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Thursday, 21st August
live motion hockey cards — vintage style (12 of ?)
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Thursday, 21st August

rawrzuhlind:

Wadowice, Poland: birthplace of Saint Pope John Paul II

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Thursday, 21st August

(Source: heyneymarc, via -neymarjr)

(Source: stoichkov, via -neymarjr)

dichotomized:

This photo from the 1870s shows a man proudly standing in front of a mountain of tens of thousands of bison skulls - an iconic American species that was systematically slaughtered by the millions as European Americans settled the west. Without the bison, the resisting tribes of the Great Plains would either be forced to leave or die of starvation.

dichotomized:

This photo from the 1870s shows a man proudly standing in front of a mountain of tens of thousands of bison skulls - an iconic American species that was systematically slaughtered by the millions as European Americans settled the west. Without the bison, the resisting tribes of the Great Plains would either be forced to leave or die of starvation.

(via riflegarden)

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Thursday, 21st August

(Source: fincher, via -neymarjr)

agrande-news:

Ariana Grande - Be My Baby (feat. Cashmere Cat)

(via sandbechs)

77,764 plays

radtracks:

enjoy the silence // depeche mode

painful to me
pierce right through me
can’t you understand?
oh, my little girl

1,294 plays
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Thursday, 21st August
confectionerybliss:

White Chocolate and Caramel Cheesecake | Pastry Workshop
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Thursday, 21st August
nebulia13:

thisyearisnotaboutguys:

thebroadcastblog:

U.S. soccer player Abby Wambach is known for her diving headers, but she won’t be executing any of that signature move in the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada. For the first time, artificial turf will be used, rather than grass. Artificial turf poses significant risks of injury to players. Some soccer players have equated it to playing on concrete.
It’s probably not even necessary to note that artificial turf has never been used for major men’s soccer tournaments. “It’s a gender issue through and through,” Wambach told the New York Times.
Wambach, along with other players from around the world, have signed petitions and recently sent a letter to FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association mentioning a possibility of legal action if the decision to use artificial turf is not reversed.
“For Wambach, celebrations usually mean a sprint to the corner flag and a double knee slide in the grass,” Juliet Macur wrote for the New York Times. “But not on turf.”
photo via ten sports club

W. T. F. Honestly?!? Why are people who make these decisions (FIFA) all male anyway, it would be nice to have some adequate representation at the level where decisions are being made for women. And we deserve the same good conditions!

i played rugby on astroturf for four years. one time a girl got MRSA from a combination of turf burn and traditional hippie hygiene (her phrase, not mine, but i can tell you the way turf holds standing water and germs is very similar to an only-slightly leaky bathtub, so the fact that she showered 1.5 times a week was not the only factor in this). i have turf burn scars from playing on that field. soccer’s not as contact-with-grass-heavy as rugby, but it’s still shitty as fuck.

nebulia13:

thisyearisnotaboutguys:

thebroadcastblog:

U.S. soccer player Abby Wambach is known for her diving headers, but she won’t be executing any of that signature move in the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada. For the first time, artificial turf will be used, rather than grass. Artificial turf poses significant risks of injury to players. Some soccer players have equated it to playing on concrete.

It’s probably not even necessary to note that artificial turf has never been used for major men’s soccer tournaments. “It’s a gender issue through and through,” Wambach told the New York Times.

Wambach, along with other players from around the world, have signed petitions and recently sent a letter to FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association mentioning a possibility of legal action if the decision to use artificial turf is not reversed.

For Wambach, celebrations usually mean a sprint to the corner flag and a double knee slide in the grass,” Juliet Macur wrote for the New York Times. “But not on turf.”

photo via ten sports club

W. T. F. Honestly?!? Why are people who make these decisions (FIFA) all male anyway, it would be nice to have some adequate representation at the level where decisions are being made for women. And we deserve the same good conditions!

i played rugby on astroturf for four years. one time a girl got MRSA from a combination of turf burn and traditional hippie hygiene (her phrase, not mine, but i can tell you the way turf holds standing water and germs is very similar to an only-slightly leaky bathtub, so the fact that she showered 1.5 times a week was not the only factor in this). i have turf burn scars from playing on that field. soccer’s not as contact-with-grass-heavy as rugby, but it’s still shitty as fuck.

confectionerybliss:

Lemon Raspberry Cupcakes with White Chocolate Buttercream Frosting | Only Taste Matters
confectionerybliss:

S’mores Smoothie | Eating Made Easy
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Thursday, 21st August
confectionerybliss:

Chocolate Baked Oatmeal | The Whimsical Wife