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Friends, Hello, and Science: car & friends - prehistory HELLO, I'M GRANK, AND DONT WATCH A LOT OF TV. NO ONE DOES! IT'S 16O00 BC! THE SENSE OF SMUG SATISFACTION GET FROM NOT WATCH NG TV IS BETTER THAN ANY TELEVISION SHOW, THAT'S LIKE... 18000 BTV. I'M SURE. YOU ARE SUCH A ZOE. O @map_entertainments carandfriends.mapentertainments.com car & friends - prehistory GRANK HERE, AND TODAY I'D LIKE TO TALK WITH YOU ABOUT NVESTMENT BANKING WHAT? WE DON'T HAVE AN ECONOMY WE JUST STARTED US NG PILL BUGS AS OUR CURRENCY TWO WEEKS AGO PROVIDING A LITTLE ATMOSPHERE CAN GO A LOOOOONG WAY. OBVI USLY YOU'LL WANT YOUR ASSETS TO GROW N NUMBER OVER TIME, BUT YOU DON'T HAVE TO SIT IDLY BY AND WAIT FOR THE BUGS TO, WELL, DO THEIR THING. MARVIN AYE O @map_entertainments carandfriends.mapentertainments.com car & friends - prehistory Mllred IM GRANK THE CAVEMAN, AND I CONSUME ONLY THE FINEST ORGANIC PRODUCE. UMM... WE EAT STUFF WE FIND ON THE GROUND, THERE'S BASICALLY NO EVIDENCE THAT ORGANIC F DS ARE HEALTHIER THAN THEIR CONVENTIONALLY GROWN COUNTERPARTS... BUT THAT'S ONLY BECAUSE SCIENCE HASN'T BEEN INVENTED YET! O @map_entertainments carandfriends.mapentertainments.com car & friends - prehistory GRANK HERE! SIGN UP WITH ME TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS SELLING ESSENT AL RED WATER! EARN THOUSANDS OF P LL BUGS A MONTH IN YOUR SPARE T ME! ALL YOU HAVE TO DO GET THREE PEOPLE TO SIGN UP UNDER y U. THEN EACH F THEM W LL GET THREE MORE PEOPLE, AND THEN-- HOLD UP... GRANK, WE ONLY KNOW OF SIX PEOPLE BESIDES US, AND YOUR "ESSENT AL RED WATER" LOOKS SUSPICIOUSLY LIKE SQU RREL BLOOD. NATURALLY-HARVESTED SQU工RREL BLOOD!! O @map_entertainments carandfriends.mapentertainments.com Four caveman comics for your reading pleasure (+ bonus panels in comments)
Friends, Hello, and Science: car & friends - prehistory
 HELLO, I'M GRANK,
 AND DONT WATCH
 A LOT OF TV.
 NO ONE DOES!
 IT'S 16O00 BC!
 THE SENSE OF SMUG
 SATISFACTION GET
 FROM NOT WATCH NG TV
 IS BETTER THAN ANY
 TELEVISION SHOW,
 THAT'S LIKE...
 18000 BTV.
 I'M SURE.
 YOU ARE
 SUCH A ZOE.
 O @map_entertainments
 carandfriends.mapentertainments.com

 car & friends - prehistory
 GRANK HERE, AND TODAY
 I'D LIKE TO TALK WITH
 YOU ABOUT NVESTMENT
 BANKING
 WHAT? WE DON'T HAVE AN
 ECONOMY WE JUST STARTED
 US NG PILL BUGS AS OUR
 CURRENCY TWO WEEKS AGO
 PROVIDING A LITTLE
 ATMOSPHERE CAN GO A
 LOOOOONG WAY.
 OBVI USLY YOU'LL WANT
 YOUR ASSETS TO GROW N
 NUMBER OVER TIME, BUT YOU
 DON'T HAVE TO SIT IDLY BY
 AND WAIT FOR THE BUGS TO,
 WELL, DO THEIR THING.
 MARVIN
 AYE
 O @map_entertainments
 carandfriends.mapentertainments.com

 car & friends - prehistory
 Mllred
 IM GRANK THE CAVEMAN,
 AND I CONSUME ONLY THE
 FINEST ORGANIC PRODUCE.
 UMM... WE EAT STUFF
 WE FIND ON THE GROUND,
 THERE'S BASICALLY NO
 EVIDENCE THAT ORGANIC
 F DS ARE HEALTHIER THAN
 THEIR CONVENTIONALLY
 GROWN COUNTERPARTS...
 BUT THAT'S ONLY
 BECAUSE SCIENCE HASN'T
 BEEN INVENTED YET!
 O @map_entertainments
 carandfriends.mapentertainments.com

 car & friends - prehistory
 GRANK HERE! SIGN UP WITH ME
 TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS SELLING
 ESSENT AL RED WATER!
 EARN THOUSANDS OF P LL BUGS
 A MONTH IN YOUR SPARE T ME!
 ALL YOU HAVE TO DO GET
 THREE PEOPLE TO SIGN UP UNDER
 y U. THEN EACH F THEM W LL GET
 THREE MORE PEOPLE, AND THEN--
 HOLD UP... GRANK, WE ONLY
 KNOW OF SIX PEOPLE BESIDES US,
 AND YOUR "ESSENT AL RED WATER"
 LOOKS SUSPICIOUSLY LIKE
 SQU RREL BLOOD.
 NATURALLY-HARVESTED
 SQU工RREL BLOOD!!
 O @map_entertainments
 carandfriends.mapentertainments.com
Four caveman comics for your reading pleasure (+ bonus panels in comments)

Four caveman comics for your reading pleasure (+ bonus panels in comments)

Beautiful, Facts, and Memes: Mysterious Photos Of Unexplainably 'Crooked Forest' lin Poland Sometimes the strangest sights are found in nature. In this case, 400 pine trees in the northwest of Poland appear to be almost normal, but they are not. If you look at the base of these trees, you might feel like you’ve just entered a strange mystical fairy tale. All of the trees have the same northward 90-degree bend at the base of their limb. Known as the “Crooked Forest,” this unique site remains an unexplained mystery. Every tree in the Crooked Forest has the same haunting bend, but despite bent beginnings, all of the trees have grown to be tall and seemingly unhampered by their C shape curves. Some experts believe that the trees grew like this because they incurred some sort of damage to the tip and along some side branches. Trees are resilient, and so they continued to thrive, relying on the one branch they had left to take over complete function and grow upwards. Whatever damage occurred to one tree must have happened to them all because they remain uniform in deformity. The Crooked Forest is around 80 years old. It is estimated that the damage that made them look how they do today occurred when the trees were about 7 years old. This would have been before the Second World War reached Poland. Which helps to explain the most popular theory about how the trees came to be crooked. As the story goes, in 1930 a group of farmers planted these trees, intentionally damaging the base in order to create some sort of product, perhaps uniquely shaped furniture. The world may never know if it’s true because the farmers were unable to finish their work after the invasion on Poland during World War II dismantled their plans. ⇒Love ❤️, flow 💬, serve ✨⇐ . . . . . . . . . . . . . nature habitat geyser science amazing facts video natural italy sand wow instatag facts instafun instavideo videos spiritual beautiful london amazingfact memes mindblown fact magic insta sun trees tree poland Credits: 📷 Kilian Schönberger
Beautiful, Facts, and Memes: Mysterious Photos Of
 Unexplainably 'Crooked Forest' lin
 Poland
Sometimes the strangest sights are found in nature. In this case, 400 pine trees in the northwest of Poland appear to be almost normal, but they are not. If you look at the base of these trees, you might feel like you’ve just entered a strange mystical fairy tale. All of the trees have the same northward 90-degree bend at the base of their limb. Known as the “Crooked Forest,” this unique site remains an unexplained mystery. Every tree in the Crooked Forest has the same haunting bend, but despite bent beginnings, all of the trees have grown to be tall and seemingly unhampered by their C shape curves. Some experts believe that the trees grew like this because they incurred some sort of damage to the tip and along some side branches. Trees are resilient, and so they continued to thrive, relying on the one branch they had left to take over complete function and grow upwards. Whatever damage occurred to one tree must have happened to them all because they remain uniform in deformity. The Crooked Forest is around 80 years old. It is estimated that the damage that made them look how they do today occurred when the trees were about 7 years old. This would have been before the Second World War reached Poland. Which helps to explain the most popular theory about how the trees came to be crooked. As the story goes, in 1930 a group of farmers planted these trees, intentionally damaging the base in order to create some sort of product, perhaps uniquely shaped furniture. The world may never know if it’s true because the farmers were unable to finish their work after the invasion on Poland during World War II dismantled their plans. ⇒Love ❤️, flow 💬, serve ✨⇐ . . . . . . . . . . . . . nature habitat geyser science amazing facts video natural italy sand wow instatag facts instafun instavideo videos spiritual beautiful london amazingfact memes mindblown fact magic insta sun trees tree poland Credits: 📷 Kilian Schönberger

Sometimes the strangest sights are found in nature. In this case, 400 pine trees in the northwest of Poland appear to be almost normal, but ...

Children, Definitely, and Dumb: rabidloving this is gonna be an extremely unpopular opinion so bare with me, but i don't think children should be vaccinated unless they really absolutely want to be and if they grow up into adults who still don't want to be vaccinated then so be it kids are too young to fully grasp what vaccination does to you, and i don't mean that in a "they'll make you autistic and die" way. i mean they don't understand what they're setting themselves up for in the future. (shots are pretty traumatic for children too, but that's for another day.) if a child is too young to consent to sex or medical transition if they're trans, they're definitely too young to consent to a vax i haven't had any contact with my family for quite some time now, so i have a hard time knowing my medical history, especially with my lack of health insurance and a move to a different country. because of that, i live with the constant fear that i might have been vaccinated against rabies. my family was extremely poor and had spotty health insurance but its hard to say. but ts fucking heartbreaking to know i might never be fully rabid because my parent might have AT&T rabies. my family was extremely poor and had spotty health insurance but its hard to say. but its fucking heartbreaking to know i might never be fully rabid because my parent might have vaccinated me as a child, when i was too young to know, too young to have a say in it 1:07 AM how many other kids are there, just like me? how many adults have grown up miserable because they've been vaccinated against their genetic disposition for a certain disease? its practically eugenics and it makes me fuckin sick to my stomach. there are babies RIGHT NOW getting vaxxed bc "thats what's healthy for them" and their parents have no idea how much grief they're causing right now so yea, maybe stop vaxxing your kids?? slavz Shikha there's a lot to unpack here but let's just throw away the whole suitcase discourseful at first i was like "yeah okay this a dumb but manageable take" and then op went for the rabies thing and my soul left my body Just when you think anti-vaxx couldn’t get any crazier
Children, Definitely, and Dumb: rabidloving
 this is gonna be an extremely unpopular
 opinion so bare with me, but i don't think
 children should be vaccinated unless they
 really absolutely want to be and if they grow up
 into adults who still don't want to be vaccinated
 then so be it
 kids are too young to fully grasp what
 vaccination does to you, and i don't mean that
 in a "they'll make you autistic and die" way. i
 mean they don't understand what they're
 setting themselves up for in the future. (shots
 are pretty traumatic for children too, but that's
 for another day.) if a child is too young to
 consent to sex or medical transition if they're
 trans, they're definitely too young to consent to
 a vax
 i haven't had any contact with my family for
 quite some time now, so i have a hard time
 knowing my medical history, especially with my
 lack of health insurance and a move to a
 different country.
 because of that, i live with the constant fear
 that i might have been vaccinated against
 rabies. my family was extremely poor and had
 spotty health insurance but its hard to say. but
 ts fucking heartbreaking to know i might never
 be fully rabid because my parent might have

 AT&T
 rabies. my family was extremely poor and had
 spotty health insurance but its hard to say. but
 its fucking heartbreaking to know i might never
 be fully rabid because my parent might have
 vaccinated me as a child, when i was too young
 to know, too young to have a say in it
 1:07 AM
 how many other kids are there, just like me?
 how many adults have grown up miserable
 because they've been vaccinated against their
 genetic disposition for a certain disease? its
 practically eugenics and it makes me fuckin
 sick to my stomach. there are babies RIGHT
 NOW getting vaxxed bc "thats what's healthy
 for them" and their parents have no idea how
 much grief they're causing right now
 so yea, maybe stop vaxxing your kids??
 slavz
 Shikha
 there's a lot to unpack here but let's
 just throw away the whole suitcase
 discourseful
 at first i was like "yeah okay this a dumb but
 manageable take" and then op went for the
 rabies thing and my soul left my body
Just when you think anti-vaxx couldn’t get any crazier

Just when you think anti-vaxx couldn’t get any crazier

Community, Memes, and Pressure: justinomora1 A day before Karla Estrada went public, I notified our Board of Directors about Ivan Ceja's transgressions and demanded his resignation. I did my due diligence to listen and talk to all the affected individuals (Karla, Denea, Yadira, etc) and gather as much evidence as possible. It's been a long and challenging process. Since Tuesday, I have been putting enormous internal pressure on Ivan Ceja (@ivncja, Executive Director) and Francisco Barragan (our Board Chairman) to cooperate with me and Rebecca Medina (our other board member) and take this seriously! Due to the complexity of the issue, I have been advised not to post on the UndocuMedia platform as this can be used agaisnt me (I hope y'all understand). Upon learning about Ivan's transgressions against Karla, I confronted Ivan and have exhausted all internal procedures to hold him accountable. I support and stand with Karla, Denea, Yadira, and any other person that might come out. I support their public calls for accountability and change. This is necessary Repost @JustinoMora1, co-founder of UndocuMedia: This is what transparency and accountability look like. This is a difficult and challenging process; however, it is needed in order to bring about justice, allow us to grow as individuals and as a community, hold people accountable, and create a stronger movement. . Please read the testimonies in this order: 👉🏽 Karla (@karla_estrada_222): bit.ly-KarlaStatement . 👉🏽 Denea (@creole_goddess94): bit.ly-DeneaStatement . 👉🏽 Yadira (@ywm_88): bit.ly-YadiraStatement . @UndocuMedia is bigger than me and Ivan Ceja. UndocuMedia is a philosophy and a large community of loving, caring, and passionate individuals. UndocuMedia is about YOU ALL! Thanks to our tens of thousands of dedicated followers, we have stopped people's deportations, assisted in natural disasters, advocated for immigration issues, etc. Rebecca Medina (our other Board Member) and I ask for your patience and support. We won't stay silent and stand with Karla, Denea, Yadira, and others. . Please let others know.
Community, Memes, and Pressure: justinomora1
 A day before Karla Estrada went public, I notified our
 Board of Directors about Ivan Ceja's transgressions
 and demanded his resignation. I did my due diligence
 to listen and talk to all the affected individuals (Karla,
 Denea, Yadira, etc) and gather as much evidence as
 possible. It's been a long and challenging process.
 Since Tuesday, I have been putting enormous internal
 pressure on Ivan Ceja (@ivncja, Executive Director)
 and Francisco Barragan (our Board Chairman) to
 cooperate with me and Rebecca Medina (our other
 board member) and take this seriously! Due to the
 complexity of the issue, I have been advised not to
 post on the UndocuMedia platform as this can be
 used agaisnt me (I hope y'all understand). Upon
 learning about Ivan's transgressions against Karla, I
 confronted Ivan and have exhausted all internal
 procedures to hold him accountable. I support and
 stand with Karla, Denea, Yadira, and any other person
 that might come out. I support their public calls for
 accountability and change. This is necessary
Repost @JustinoMora1, co-founder of UndocuMedia: This is what transparency and accountability look like. This is a difficult and challenging process; however, it is needed in order to bring about justice, allow us to grow as individuals and as a community, hold people accountable, and create a stronger movement. . Please read the testimonies in this order: 👉🏽 Karla (@karla_estrada_222): bit.ly-KarlaStatement . 👉🏽 Denea (@creole_goddess94): bit.ly-DeneaStatement . 👉🏽 Yadira (@ywm_88): bit.ly-YadiraStatement . @UndocuMedia is bigger than me and Ivan Ceja. UndocuMedia is a philosophy and a large community of loving, caring, and passionate individuals. UndocuMedia is about YOU ALL! Thanks to our tens of thousands of dedicated followers, we have stopped people's deportations, assisted in natural disasters, advocated for immigration issues, etc. Rebecca Medina (our other Board Member) and I ask for your patience and support. We won't stay silent and stand with Karla, Denea, Yadira, and others. . Please let others know.

Repost @JustinoMora1, co-founder of UndocuMedia: This is what transparency and accountability look like. This is a difficult and challenging...

Animals, Apparently, and Children: 4G 19:47 nonomella-deactivated20171016 Coraline is a masterfully made film, an amazing piece of art that i would never ever ever show to a child oh my god are you kidding me cthullhu Nothing wrong with a good dose of sheer terror at a young age whatthecurtains "It was a story, I learned when people began to read it, that children experienced as an adventure, but which gave adults nightmares. It's the strangest book I've written" Neil Gaiman on Coraline greenbryn @nightlovechild lierdumoa This is a legit psychology phenomenon tho like theres a stop motion version of Alice and Wonderland that adults find viscerally horrifying, but children think is nbd It's like in that toy story period of development kids are It's like in that 'toy story' period of development kids are all kind of high key convinced that their stuffed animals lead secret lives when they're not looking and that they're sleeping on top of a child-eating monster every night so they see a movie like Coraline and are just like "Ah, yes. A validation of my normal everyday worldview Same thing happened to me last Tuesday night. I told mommy and she just smiled and nodded redgrieve Stephen King had this whole spiel i found really interesting about this phenomenon about how kids have like their own culture and their own literally a different way of viewing and interpreting the world with its own rules that's like secret and removed from adult culture and that you just kinda forget ever existed as you grow up it's apparently why he writes about kids so much 12drakon An open-ended puzzle often gives parents math anxiety while their kids just happily play with it, explore, and learn. I've seen it so many times in math circles. We warn folks about it gokuma Neil Gaiman also said that the difference in reactions Neil Gaiman also said that the difference in reactions stems from the fact in "Coraline" adults see a child in danger - while children see themselves facing danger and winning rosymamacita i never saw so much push back from adults towards YA literature as when middle aged women started reading The Hunger Games. They were horrified that kids would be given such harsh stories, and I kept trying to point out the NECESSITY of confronting these hard issues in a safe fictional environment. jewishdragon Also, in an interview, he said that Coraline was partially based on a story his not yet 6 year old daughter would tell him SAGAL: No. I mean, for example, your incredibly successful young adult novel "Coraline" is about a young girl in house in which there's a hole in the wall that leads to a very mysterious and very evil world. So when you were a kid, is that what you imagined? GAIMAN: When I was a kid, we actually lived in a house that had been divided in two at one point, which meant that one room in our house opened up onto a brick wall And I was convinced all I had to do was just open it the 4G 19:47 And I was convinced all I had to do was just open it the right way and it wouldn't be a brick wall. So l'd sidle over to the door and l'd pull it open SOUNDBITE OF LAUGHTER) SAGAL: Right GAIMAN: And it was always a brick wal SAGAL: Right GAIMAN: But it was one of those things that as I grew older, I carried it with me and I thought, I want to send somebody through that door. And when I came to write a story for my daughter Holly, at the time she was a 4 or 5-year-old girl. She'd come home from nursery. She'd seen me writing all day. So she'd come and climb on my ap and dictate stories to me. And it'd always be about small giris named Holl SAGAL: Right GAIMAN: Who would come home to normally find their mother had been kidnapped by a witch and replaced by evil people who wanted to kill her and she'd have to go off and escape. And I thought, great, what a fun kid wetwareproblem "Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey O4G19:47 Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey. What fairy tales give the child is his first clear idea of the possible defeat of bogey. The baby has known the dragon intimately ever since he had an imagination. What the fairy tale provides for him is a St. George to kill the dragon." - G. K. Chesterton 571,703 notas TF te wtf-fun-factss WTF fun fact #8976 A group of sperm whales adopted a bottlenose dolphin with a spinal deformation, after it was lost from its own dolphin group. Different ages, different fears.
Animals, Apparently, and Children: 4G
 19:47
 nonomella-deactivated20171016
 Coraline is a masterfully made film, an amazing piece
 of art that i would never ever ever show to a child oh my
 god are you kidding me
 cthullhu
 Nothing wrong with a good dose of sheer terror at a
 young age
 whatthecurtains
 "It was a story, I learned when people began to read it,
 that children experienced as an adventure, but which
 gave adults nightmares. It's the strangest book I've
 written"
 Neil Gaiman on Coraline
 greenbryn
 @nightlovechild
 lierdumoa
 This is a legit psychology phenomenon tho like theres
 a stop motion version of Alice and Wonderland that
 adults find viscerally horrifying, but children think is nbd
 It's like in that toy story period of development kids are

 It's like in that 'toy story' period of development kids are
 all kind of high key convinced that their stuffed animals
 lead secret lives when they're not looking and that
 they're sleeping on top of a child-eating monster every
 night so they see a movie like Coraline and are just like
 "Ah, yes. A validation of my normal everyday worldview
 Same thing happened to me last Tuesday night. I told
 mommy and she just smiled and nodded
 redgrieve
 Stephen King had this whole spiel i found really
 interesting about this phenomenon about how kids have
 like their own culture and their own literally a different
 way of viewing and interpreting the world with its own
 rules that's like secret and removed from adult culture
 and that you just kinda forget ever existed as you grow
 up it's apparently why he writes about kids so much
 12drakon
 An open-ended puzzle often gives parents math anxiety
 while their kids just happily play with it, explore, and
 learn. I've seen it so many times in math circles. We
 warn folks about it
 gokuma
 Neil Gaiman also said that the difference in reactions

 Neil Gaiman also said that the difference in reactions
 stems from the fact in "Coraline" adults see a child in
 danger - while children see themselves facing danger
 and winning
 rosymamacita
 i never saw so much push back from adults towards YA
 literature as when middle aged women started reading
 The Hunger Games. They were horrified that kids would
 be given such harsh stories, and I kept trying to point
 out the NECESSITY of confronting these hard issues in
 a safe fictional environment.
 jewishdragon
 Also, in an interview, he said that Coraline was partially
 based on a story his not yet 6 year old daughter would
 tell him
 SAGAL: No. I mean, for example, your incredibly
 successful young adult novel "Coraline" is about a
 young girl in house in which there's a hole in the wall
 that leads to a very mysterious and very evil world. So
 when you were a kid, is that what you imagined?
 GAIMAN: When I was a kid, we actually lived in a house
 that had been divided in two at one point, which meant
 that one room in our house opened up onto a brick wall
 And I was convinced all I had to do was just open it the

 4G
 19:47
 And I was convinced all I had to do was just open it the
 right way and it wouldn't be a brick wall. So l'd sidle over
 to the door and l'd pull it open
 SOUNDBITE OF LAUGHTER)
 SAGAL: Right
 GAIMAN: And it was always a brick wal
 SAGAL: Right
 GAIMAN: But it was one of those things that as I grew
 older, I carried it with me and I thought, I want to send
 somebody through that door. And when I came to write
 a story for my daughter Holly, at the time she was a 4
 or 5-year-old girl. She'd come home from nursery. She'd
 seen me writing all day. So she'd come and climb on my
 ap and dictate stories to me. And it'd always be about
 small giris named Holl
 SAGAL: Right
 GAIMAN: Who would come home to normally find their
 mother had been kidnapped by a witch and replaced by
 evil people who wanted to kill her and she'd have to go
 off and escape. And I thought, great, what a fun kid
 wetwareproblem
 "Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey

 O4G19:47
 Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey.
 What fairy tales give the child is his first clear idea of
 the possible defeat of bogey. The baby has known the
 dragon intimately ever since he had an imagination.
 What the fairy tale provides for him is a St. George to kill
 the dragon." - G. K. Chesterton
 571,703 notas
 TF
 te wtf-fun-factss
 WTF fun fact #8976
 A group of sperm whales adopted a bottlenose dolphin with a
 spinal deformation, after it was lost from its own dolphin group.
Different ages, different fears.

Different ages, different fears.