Rhona Not Rhonda
sassy-gay-justice:

I’m terrible.

sassy-gay-justice:

I’m terrible.

postcardsfromspace:

According to a Pew Research survey, only 37% of white Americans think the events in #Ferguson raise important issues about race.

Okay, fellow white people. We need to talk.

Let me tell you a story: I was an angry punk teenager. Not violent, but I did a shitton of…

pulpatoon:

Ferguson.

pulpatoon:

Ferguson.

themomerath:

Can we talk about how on point this tweet is

themomerath:

Can we talk about how on point this tweet is

ilovecharts:

via Fernando Pessoa

ilovecharts:

via Fernando Pessoa

sarahlcomics:

I’m in my 30s now so all i see is CUTE BABIES EVERYWHERE.

Basically. 

sarahlcomics:

I’m in my 30s now so all i see is CUTE BABIES EVERYWHERE.

Basically. 

npr:

Burglars Return Loot To Group That Helps Sex Assault Victims

The burglar (or burglars) who broke into the offices of the San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sexual Assault Services on July 31 and stole several computers and monitors apparently had a change of heart after finding out that the people at the agency help victims of sexual violence.
The next night, someone returned the stolen goods and also left behind a note, as the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services and local news outlets report. The note’s message:
"We had no idea what we were takeing. Here your stuff back. We hope that you guys can continue to make a difference in peoples live. God bless."

Read the rest on NPR’s The Two-Way blog.
(Photo courtesy of the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services)

npr:

Burglars Return Loot To Group That Helps Sex Assault Victims

The burglar (or burglars) who broke into the offices of the San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sexual Assault Services on July 31 and stole several computers and monitors apparently had a change of heart after finding out that the people at the agency help victims of sexual violence.

The next night, someone returned the stolen goods and also left behind a note, as the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services and local news outlets report. The note’s message:

"We had no idea what we were takeing. Here your stuff back. We hope that you guys can continue to make a difference in peoples live. God bless."

Read the rest on NPR’s The Two-Way blog.

(Photo courtesy of the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services)

disalmanac:

How the NSA keeps us safe: a handy flowchart.

disalmanac:

How the NSA keeps us safe: a handy flowchart.

dalmatianparade:

everyone was talking about the Supreme Court last week so I made a thing

BAHAHAHHA!!