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oldbonesanddust:

omniastudios:

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oh gosh i need!
nudiemuse - i hope you saw? xx

oldbonesanddust:

omniastudios:

Alright our lovely little witches, here is your chance to win some ghostly goodies from Omnia Oddities!

Win the following items:
· One (1) “The Séance” sterling silver amulet
  with natural moonstone on 24” sterling chain.
· Two (2) Planchette Omnia logo tees in sizes
  s - xxxl. (One for you, one for a friend you tag.
  If you do not tag a friend only ONE shirt will be
  awarded.)
· One (1) “The Séance” clear resin bangle in size
  small or standard.

The Rules:
· You must reblog and FOLLOW.
· Do not delete the original text.
· No giveaway only blogs.
· Must be atleast 18 years old or have parent or
  guardian’s permission to enter.
· Tag a friend. (optional)

Giveaway ends and winner chosen at random on:
04/21/14 @ 9pm EDT.

Contest is open to all, we ship world-wide. :)

Good Luck

www.omniaoddities.com

oh gosh i need!

nudiemuse - i hope you saw? xx

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mydamnchannel:

ultravioletmoon:

Dancing raccoon on your dashboard.

This raccoon is raisin the roof!

Or he really has to pee…

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inthethickofit:

Now that spring is upon us, lots of trench coats are coming out on the streets which has made me remember that I have wanted to talk about something for a bit…

Folks, the little basting stitch or “stay stitch” on the back of your trench coat vent is intended to be removed. It’s there for shipping…

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whitegirlsaintshit:

#this is a visual representation of the patriarchy
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changterhune:

did-you-kno:

Source





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juicepirate:

I saw so many of these guys over the past week.

juicepirate:

I saw so many of these guys over the past week.

(Source: wtwtare, via notcuddles)

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newwavefeminism:

amydentata:

southern-feminism:

Inclusive children go far.

Kids are too smart for this school crap.


This would make my day as a teacher.

newwavefeminism:

amydentata:

southern-feminism:

Inclusive children go far.

Kids are too smart for this school crap.

This would make my day as a teacher.

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dendroica:

Black death was not spread by rat fleas, say researchers

The Black Death arrived in Britain from central Asia in the autumn of 1348 and by late spring the following year it had killed six out of every 10 people in London. Such a rate of destruction would kill five million now. By extracting the DNA of the disease bacterium, Yersinia pestis, from the largest teeth in some of the skulls retrieved from the square, the scientists were able to compare the strain of bubonic plague preserved there with that which was recently responsible for killing 60 people in Madagascar. To their surprise, the 14th-century strain, the cause of the most lethal catastrophe in recorded history, was no more virulent than today’s disease. The DNA codes were an almost perfect match.
According to scientists working at Public Health England in Porton Down, for any plague to spread at such a pace it must have got into the lungs of victims who were malnourished and then been spread by coughs and sneezes. It was therefore a pneumonic plague rather than a bubonic plague. Infection was spread human to human, rather than by rat fleas that bit a sick person and then bit another victim. “As an explanation [rat fleas] for the Black Death in its own right, it simply isn’t good enough. It cannot spread fast enough from one household to the next to cause the huge number of cases that we saw during the Black Death epidemics,” said Dr Tim Brooks from Porton Down, who will put his theory in a Channel 4 documentary, Secret History: The Return of the Black Death, next Sunday.
To support his argument, Brooks has looked at what happened in Suffolk in 1906 when plague killed a family and then spread to a neighbour who had come to help. The culprit was pneumonic plague, which had settled in the lungs of the victims and was spread through infected breath.
The skeletons at Charterhouse Square reveal that the population of London was also in generally poor health when the disease struck. Crossrail’s archaeology contractor, Don Walker, and Jelena Bekvalacs of the Museum of London found evidence of rickets, anaemia, bad teeth and childhood malnutrition.

(via The Observer)

dendroica:

Black death was not spread by rat fleas, say researchers

The Black Death arrived in Britain from central Asia in the autumn of 1348 and by late spring the following year it had killed six out of every 10 people in London. Such a rate of destruction would kill five million now. By extracting the DNA of the disease bacterium, Yersinia pestis, from the largest teeth in some of the skulls retrieved from the square, the scientists were able to compare the strain of bubonic plague preserved there with that which was recently responsible for killing 60 people in Madagascar. To their surprise, the 14th-century strain, the cause of the most lethal catastrophe in recorded history, was no more virulent than today’s disease. The DNA codes were an almost perfect match.

According to scientists working at Public Health England in Porton Down, for any plague to spread at such a pace it must have got into the lungs of victims who were malnourished and then been spread by coughs and sneezes. It was therefore a pneumonic plague rather than a bubonic plague. Infection was spread human to human, rather than by rat fleas that bit a sick person and then bit another victim. “As an explanation [rat fleas] for the Black Death in its own right, it simply isn’t good enough. It cannot spread fast enough from one household to the next to cause the huge number of cases that we saw during the Black Death epidemics,” said Dr Tim Brooks from Porton Down, who will put his theory in a Channel 4 documentary, Secret History: The Return of the Black Death, next Sunday.

To support his argument, Brooks has looked at what happened in Suffolk in 1906 when plague killed a family and then spread to a neighbour who had come to help. The culprit was pneumonic plague, which had settled in the lungs of the victims and was spread through infected breath.

The skeletons at Charterhouse Square reveal that the population of London was also in generally poor health when the disease struck. Crossrail’s archaeology contractor, Don Walker, and Jelena Bekvalacs of the Museum of London found evidence of rickets, anaemia, bad teeth and childhood malnutrition.

(via The Observer)

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askinnyblackman:

it’s weird how i’ll marathon an entire series without stopping but if someone tries to make me watch a youtube video that lasts longer than 30 seconds all i can think is “i don’t have time for this”

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heyveronica:

Every once in a while xkcd just nails it.




Also, I have the memory of a goldfish, and I’d have forgotten many wonderful moments if I didn’t have pictures to remind me of them.

heyveronica:

Every once in a while xkcd just nails it.

Also, I have the memory of a goldfish, and I’d have forgotten many wonderful moments if I didn’t have pictures to remind me of them.

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notcuddles:

sixthrock:

sofapizza:

pleatedjeans:

This dog barks like a person screaming for his life. [via]

their neighbors must be terrified.

*wag wag wag*
*happy dog face*
*BLOODCURDLING DEATH SCREECH*
*wag wag wag*

Was this dog raised by GOATS????

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alithea:


Magnetic putty engulfs piece of metal.

!!!!

alithea:

Magnetic putty engulfs piece of metal.

!!!!

(Source: gifcraft)

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atopfourthwall:

adventureathlete:

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thattallsummonerguy:

olisaurusrex:

true-blue-brit:

I’d never, ever hurt a lady but I’d be happy to punch a feminist.

It’d bring me great joy.

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I’m 6’2 and weigh 180lbs

ready when you are

Or if you’d like to have some…

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oldbookillustrations:

But when she was young,
Poor Kitty was hung

From The nine lives of a cat, by  Charles Bennett, London, 1860.

(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

But when she was young,
Poor Kitty was hung

From The nine lives of a cat, by Charles Bennett, London, 1860.

(Source: archive.org)