riverdoge

Send me a couple numbers to find out:

  • Have you ever:
  • 1. Skipped class?
  • 2. Done drugs?
  • 3. Self harmed?
  • 4. Drank?
  • 5. Shoplifted?
  • 6. Gotten a tattoo?
  • 7. Broken up with someone?
  • What's your favorite:
  • 8. Show?
  • 9. Movie?
  • 10. Song?
  • 11. Tumblr?
  • 12. Singer/Band?
  • 13. Memory?
  • 14. Book?
  • This or that:
  • 15. Invisibility or Ability to fly?
  • 16. Cookies or Cake?
  • 17. Twitter or Facebook?
  • 18. Movies or Books?
  • 19. Coke or Sprite?
  • 20. Blind or Deaf?
  • 21. Tea or Coffee?
  • What's your:
  • 22. Age?
  • 23. Sign?
  • 24. Height?
  • 25. Sexual orientation?
  • 26. Shoe size?
  • 27. Religion?
  • 28. Longest relationship?
  • Opinion on:
  • 29. Gay rights?
  • 30. Second chances?
  • 31. Long distance relationships?
  • 32. Abortion?
  • 33. The death penalty?
  • 34. Marijuana ?
  • 35. Love?
  • Do you:
  • 36. Believe in ghost?
  • 37. Shower facing the shower head or turned away from it?
  • 38. Sleep with the door opened or closed?
  • 39. Love someone?
  • 40. Still watch cartoons?
  • 41. Have a boyfriend/girlfriend?
  • 42. Like yourself?
johnmuirsbeard

ambidexterous:

overanalyticalqueer:

so hey fun fact for anyone who wants queer history trivia: the first disco in Seattle was opened in 1973 and was a gay bar called “shelly’s leg” and it was named after a dancer named shelly who lost her leg in a confetti cannon accident and used the insurance/lawsuit settlement money to open a gay disco.

a) This is such a fantastic story that I wouldn’t care if it were made up, except that

b) upon further research, it does appear to be true

johnmuirsbeard

fastcompany:

Ka-Pow: Watch These Fish Cannons Shoot Salmon Safely Over Dams

Salmon have serious swimming skills—some travel thousands of miles to return to their original homes to breed. But even though they can jump as high as 12 feet in the air, they can’t manage to get over massive concrete dams that we have built to block their journeys back to their homes. Now one new idea could give them a boost. The plan involves whisking the fish through a long vacuum tube at speeds up to 22 miles per hour and then shooting them out the other end like a cannon.

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