avaruuskala:

In 10 years, I hope we can still be drinking tea together like we are now

friederikevulpius:

zimmay:

zimmay:

Been trying something new with my coffee this fall.

It’s September aka Pumpkin Spice season so IM BRINGIN IT BACK. Except it got brought back in like July because ya’ll are nuts.

XD I wish tis country had all that pumpkin stuff (This country only has 2 seasons)

asktheinvestigationteam:

> You decide to wish him the best of luck.

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sosuperawesome:

Evgeny Hontor on Etsy

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koujakuandthediamonds:

the worst is when you’re reading a really good book that follows multiple characters’ stories and you love it 90% of the time until it periodically switches back to that one character’s story that you just could not care less about and it’s like an entire chapter of internal groaning while waiting for the plot to switch back to a character you actually care about

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"Ben Barres is a biologist at Stanford who lived and worked as Barbara Barres until he was in his forties. For most of his career, he experienced bias, but didn’t give much weight to it—seeing incidents as discrete events. (When he solved a tough math problem, for example, a professor said, “You must have had your boyfriend solve it.”) When he became Ben, however, he immediately noticed a difference in his everyday experience: “People who don’t know I am transgendered treat me with much more respect,” he says. He was more carefully listened to and his authority less frequently questioned. He stopped being interrupted in meetings. At one conference, another scientist said, “Ben gave a great seminar today—but then his work is so much better than his sister’s.” (The scientist didn’t know Ben and Barbara were the same person.) “This is why women are not breaking into academic jobs at any appreciable rate,” he wrote in response to Larry Summers’s famous gaffe implying women were less innately capable at the hard sciences. “Not childcare. Not family responsibilities,” he says. “I have had the thought a million times: I am taken more seriously.”"

Why Aren’t Women Advancing At Work? Ask A Transgender Person | Jessica Nordell for The New Republic (via gaywrites)

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Anonymous said: hello! i know you're super busy with a bunch of new projects lately, which are super cool too!! but i was wondering if you were ever gonna get back to sfeer theory?? i don't mind a wait but i rly love the comic so some sort of announcement would be amazing. ; ;

chirart:

Exciting news for you then! Sfeer Theory is coming back in October. Luca’s face will grace us all once more.

In the far off future Earth is no more after being ripped in half by the alien gauna and what remained of humanity fled Earth in giant seed ships. Millennia have passed at the Sidonia continues it’s lonely mission, they passed out of communication range with other ships centuries earlier but at least there haven’t been any gauna attacks in a hundred years. It’s at this time that Nagate emerges from the underbelly of the ship, hungry after his grandfather died and completely ignorant of the human world. Due to his extensive garde training however he’s put in a school with other potential garde pilots just waiting for the day when the gauna return and humanity is once again on the defensive.

Chihayafuru > Ladies

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benesmauglocked:

fwips:

Laptop Usage in Bed: the slippery slope

I relate to this on a molecular level.

benesmauglocked:

fwips:

Laptop Usage in Bed: the slippery slope

I relate to this on a molecular level.

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6woofs:

Their faces, I just can’t

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scrumptiousmailbox:

free! through text posts pt2 (pt1)

(are we still doing this or..?)

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pnbawesome:

somaymalou:

PNB dancers in rehearsal for Giselle [x]

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These are great - thanks for making them!

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