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Posted on 1st Oct at 6:20 PM, with 344 notes
Ludacris

shitmystudentswrite:

If we didn’t have language things would probably be Ludacris and filled with a bit of chaos. 

Posted on 1st Oct at 6:20 PM, with 31 notes
classicshoujo:

Ouke no Monshou (1976) by Chieko Hosokawa

classicshoujo:

Ouke no Monshou (1976) by Chieko Hosokawa

Posted on 1st Oct at 5:44 PM, with 5,216 notes
"While toy libraries target younger children, libraries that offer video games draw teens. A librarian at the Houston Public Library tells NPR that offering game consoles and iPads “results in a 15% to 20% increase in the circulation of books.” The games themselves also seem to help struggling readers, with some reading text in video game format “that was up to eight grades above their reading level,” says Constance Steinkuehler, an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin.
Having gaming available at libraries has other advantages as well. It gives lower-income youth the chance to play games they may not be able to afford; offers teenagers a safe place; and helps teens understand that the library is a place where they can belong."

The case for making libraries full of toys and games – Quartz (via infoneer-pulse)

I have two friends who taught themselves to read by playing video games.

What matters is that kids read and that they think reading is fun. It doesn’t matter as much what they’re reading. If they read regularly and enjoy reading, they’ll eventually read “worthwhile literature,” too, and they’ll have good enough reading skills to do it.

(via neurodiversitysci)

Posted on 1st Oct at 5:43 PM, with 25,892 notes
Seeing what tricks my new pet knows during my first session

outofcontextdnd:

Me: Roll over.

GM: The hedgehog rolls over. It’s adorable.

Me: Stay.

GM: You take a few steps away. The hedgehog remains where it is.

Me: Heel.

GM: The hedgehog heals you for 5 HP.

Me: Holy shit.

Posted on 1st Oct at 5:43 PM, with 18,739 notes

jobhaver:

notyouraverageratchet:

jobhaver:

some nerd: communism will never work because human nature

me: image

Yup you’re soooooo right that’s why the Soviet Union was such a success right??? And China and Vietnam are doing so well too wow

the soviet union failed to establish communism only because its wizards and pyromancers were not powerful enough

Posted on 1st Oct at 5:36 PM, with 9,917 notes
gyarados:

Could you imagine if science was actually governed by public opinion
Imagine having to reject evolution because you’re a scientist in Texas
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gyarados:

Could you imagine if science was actually governed by public opinion

Imagine having to reject evolution because you’re a scientist in Texas

Posted on 1st Oct at 5:03 PM, with 4,272 notes
tepitome:

I don’t think this person understands acronyms

tepitome:

I don’t think this person understands acronyms

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