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A Capone’s Southside: bourbon, lime, mint, simple syrup, bitter. Delicious!
Thanks to therewillbebourbon for the recipe, which you can find here. 

A Capone’s Southside: bourbon, lime, mint, simple syrup, bitter. Delicious!

Thanks to therewillbebourbon for the recipe, which you can find here

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martinedelaghetto:

marthaq:

If Queen Bey’s “Drunk in Love” had been a 1940s Big Band hit.

file under: things I am sad my grandfather did not live to see.

Wow

Do I like this? I think I like this. 

(via musicahumana)

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bunnyfood:

Boing, Boing

Why yes, I do need this on my blog.

bunnyfood:

Boing, Boing

Why yes, I do need this on my blog.

(Source: robertdafoto.com.br)

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mariners:

For the first time in 2014, #HappyFelixDay!

mariners:

For the first time in 2014, #HappyFelixDay!

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Ashley Westwood curls in a free kick to give Aston Villa a quick 0-1 lead over Manchester United at Old Trafford. 

Ashley Westwood curls in a free kick to give Aston Villa a quick 0-1 lead over Manchester United at Old Trafford. 

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politicsprose:

Today in Terrifying Space News…
Another new sednoid is discovered orbiting at the fringe of our solar system, giving rise to the possibility that the inner Oort cloud is hiding a massive astral body that is whipping planets at our solar system like a Philly’s fan.
This is further proof that the universe is simply biding it’s time before it strolls casually by and shoves us into the sun.

Everything about space is aweso…. God dammit space.

politicsprose:

Today in Terrifying Space News…

Another new sednoid is discovered orbiting at the fringe of our solar system, giving rise to the possibility that the inner Oort cloud is hiding a massive astral body that is whipping planets at our solar system like a Philly’s fan.

This is further proof that the universe is simply biding it’s time before it strolls casually by and shoves us into the sun.

Everything about space is aweso…. God dammit space.

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Friday night old fashioned. In the same day I wore loafers and a bow tie. #southern #bourbon

Friday night old fashioned. In the same day I wore loafers and a bow tie. #southern #bourbon

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theparisreview:

Beware intemperance! Exhumed from the Library of Congress: a 1908 map depicting “the negative consequences of drinking and ungodliness, using an imaginary set of railroad lines, states, towns, and landmarks.” Highlights: Selfishburg, Hypocrisy Heights, Lewd Castle, Whiskeyton, Gossip Center, Presumptionville, Treasondale, and Embezzle City.
For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

I particularly like the fact that Lewd Castle is so closely situated to Fort Bondage.

theparisreview:

Beware intemperance! Exhumed from the Library of Congress: a 1908 map depicting “the negative consequences of drinking and ungodliness, using an imaginary set of railroad lines, states, towns, and landmarks.” Highlights: Selfishburg, Hypocrisy Heights, Lewd Castle, Whiskeyton, Gossip Center, Presumptionville, Treasondale, and Embezzle City.

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

I particularly like the fact that Lewd Castle is so closely situated to Fort Bondage.

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Astronomers have now discovered an asteroid orbiting between Saturn and Uranus that has its own double ring system. The thing is only 250 km wide, and yet it is somehow supporting two sets of rings and (likely) a moon of some sort. 
Space is so unbelievably cool, and I love everything about it. 
(source)

Astronomers have now discovered an asteroid orbiting between Saturn and Uranus that has its own double ring system. The thing is only 250 km wide, and yet it is somehow supporting two sets of rings and (likely) a moon of some sort. 

Space is so unbelievably cool, and I love everything about it. 

(source)

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zerostatereflex:

NASA’s Starshade

This animation shows the prototype starshade, a giant structure designed to block the glare of stars so that future space telescopes can take pictures of planets.”

(That last GIF is a prototype,..it’s like we’re using the natural mechanics of flower petals for space..so awesome.)

One day this may be used to take the first picture of another Earth. 

If you don’t think that the stuff being done with astronomy/astrophysics right now is amazing, you’re wrong. We live in such an absurdly fascinating time.

(via dogunderwater)