SHAPES OF STORIES
Insightful views of well known story plots. via Mark Ligameri
omg. ahh! Perks of being an amazing person (John Green)
so this makes obama a nerd fighter right…
Reblogging because it was the first time Sarah really appeared on YouTube and now she is hosting The Art Assignment with PBS Digital, and it’s so great and it debuts tomorrow and GO SUBSCRIBE.
I watched this live and it was the coolest thing.
These laws are an embarrassment to our country. The evidence is overwhelming that Stand Your Ground laws lead to more murders and worsen systemic racial discrimination.
There’s a misconception that “protein” is synonymous with “meat.” This is not the fault of people with the misconception because the United States Department of Agriculture actively pushes this idea on us because they want Americans to eat meat because it’s good for the agriculture industry. This isn’t a conspiracy or anything, it’s just the way we’ve been doing things for decades.
Half of the calories in leafy greens are protein…a higher percentage than some meats (though greens don’t have nearly as many total protein calories as meat). Whole grains have tons of protein as well, as do, of course, beans and nuts. Protein is the stuff of life…chlorophyl is a protein and plants are, of course, packed with it.
So horses and cows have to eat LOTS of grass and alfalfa and even some grains to build themselves up, but there’s protein in every living thing.
To everyone who asks me “how do you get your protein?”
The American collegiate system in one gif set
This is an excellent joke, but not indicative of the actual opportunities available to people with degrees vs. people with criminal records. It actually seems a little bit insensitive to me.