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jtotheizzoe:

boop.
This man.

YESSSS
newsweek:

Women who have been elected or appointed head of state around the globe. 
  Female head of government (yellow) 
  Female head of state (light blue) 
  Female head of state/government (combined) (light green)

  Female head of state and female head of government (dark green) (via) 
newmanology:

101 KICK-ASS MUSIC COVERS
Another cover from the collection of 101 Kick-Ass Music Covers on the Adweek site. I collaborated with Adweek creative director Nick Mrozowski to compile a set of “the most awesome, iconic and controversial magazine images of the last 80 years.” If you’re a music fan, or a fan of magazine covers (or both) you’re going to love this collection.
Pictured: Alanis Morissette on the cover of Yahoo! Internet Life, 2000.
See this and 100 other classic music magazine covers here.

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Sometimes I take photos of coffee products.
guardian:

New York assault weapons ban circumvented with simple modification
One month after the Newtown school shootings, the governor of New York state, Andrew Cuomo, signed into law a ban on the sale of assault weapons, hailing it the “nation’s toughest”.
The Safe Act, signed in January 2013, introduced stricter background checks while banning high-capacity magazines and so-called assault weapons like the AR-15-style gun Adam Lanza used to kill 27 people in Newtown in December 2012.
But while pro-gun campaigners continue to argue that the law is too strict – and are due to protest outside New York’s statehouse in Albany on Tuesday – gunmakers, gun shops and gun owners have found a remarkably simple way to make their assault weapons legal. Full report
Photograph: Mae Ryan
ghostphotographs:

Thursday night dance.

Best/creepiest
shortformblog:

"Everything about the way that this story is presented online screams This Is Important. In the physical paper, I’m sure there were lots of design cues telling the reader not to take the story too seriously; online, they all got stripped away.” — Reuters blogger Felix Salmon, dissing monocles, trend stories, and pretty story layouts