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August 24 2015



“Free Wi-Fi!”

“Please ask a staff member for details.”

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When you don’t really understand a meme but you reblog it anyways

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“Fukushima mutant daisies” found in Nasushiobara (那須塩原) Tochigi Prefecture - photo taken by @san_kaido on May 26. Please note: the tweeter says he (or she) doesn’t rule out the possibility that some non-radiation factor had influence on the mutation.

“The picture of the daisies was uploaded on Twitter by user @san_kaido in May and was shared over 600 times. It shows four daisies, three of which appear to be severely deformed. They were found in Nasushioobara City, approximately 68 miles away from the nuclear plant site.

Along with the picture, the user tweeted a description of the daisies and the recorded radiation level in the area. Loosely translated, the tweet reads as follows:

‘The right one grew up, split into 2 stems to have 2 flowers connected to each other, having 4 stems of the flower tied belt like. The left one has 4 stems grow up to be tied to each other and it had the ring-shaped flower. The atmospheric dose is 0.5 μSv/h at 1m above the ground.’

Officials classify 0.5 μSv/h, or millisieverts per hour of radiation, as a safe enough level for ‘medium to long-term habitation.’

However, the frightening image of the flowers will likely raise concerns about the safety of the area, particularly as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government moves to lift evacuation orders of the hundreds of refugees who fled the area in the aftermath of the nuclear accident.

According to gardening experts, the flowers have been afflicted by a rare condition known as ‘fasciation’ or ‘cresting,’ which is typical in plant life exposed to high levels of radiation. The condition is believed to be triggered by hormonal imbalances resulting from a damaged growth environment.

The flowers are the latest in a long list of mutated life forms reported in the four years following the meltdown of three reactors in the Fukushima Daiichi plant, caused by an earthquake and tsunami that struck the region in March 2011.”

Mutant Daisies Near Fukushima Nuke Disaster Site Go Viral (PHOTO) (Sputnik International, Jul. 22 2015)

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i hope you always have enough money to pay your rent on time, to buy your favorite groceries, and to invest in your art.


I receive that blessing & send it to everyone that follows me

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Why buy new headphones when all you have to do is bend the chord a certain way at the right angle, exactly 89 degrees with you finger holding it in place

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México: Hot water springs at Grutas de Tolantongo, Hidalgo


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August 23 2015

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i thought that only happens in comics
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Sometimes a friend with depression will say no to a lot of things and decline all or most of your invitations. This can make you feel like you’re overstepping boundaries and should immediately leave them alone until they reach out to you themselves. Pay attention to this feeling: it’s true that when people keep saying no to things you ask, it’s probably a good idea to stop asking. However, depression can also cause people to say no while wishing they could say yes.
The way to deal with this is not to assume, but to just ask directly: “You’ve said no the past few times I’ve invited you to do something. That’s okay, but I just wanted to check: would you like me to keep inviting you?” I’ve done this before with other people dealing with depression and found that they often respond that they do want me to keep asking, and they hope that one of these days they’ll be able to say yes.
Some Advice on Supporting Friends with Depression (via greyacerom-fenris)

The same goes for anxiety

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when u make plans while ur in a good mood but then the day comes and you would actually rather die

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