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Every time someone Reblogs this photo I will donate 10 cent to charity: water
After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.
Show you care & Reblog.
If you don’t reblog this at least once you’re a joke.
Wok cooked chicken with peppers, onions and snow pea pods for tonight’s clean eating meal #cleaneating
How I felt after reading on Twitter that Yadi is out for 8 - 12 weeks
Suzi LeVine sworn in as US ambassador to Switzerland and Lichtenstein on a Kindle Touch.
Totally natural looking.
Saw a comment in the notes paper bibles being old fashioned (I use my bible app on phone or iPad more than my paper bible)… Anyway she got sworn in on a kindle touch that was reading the 19th amendment. Zoom in and you can see it.
manager: alright so I just talked to the client and she said
tumblr user (interrupting) do you know if she is the pronoun this person actually wants to use?
m wait, what?! What does that even mean? Moving on, she says her boss wants to move up the deadline by two weeks so we need to get busy if we want to hit it.
tu I’m sorry but deadline, “hit it”, and get busy are some of my trigger words
m you’re fired
Today, the St. Louis Cardinals, Rams and Blues teamed up with Make-A-Wish Missouri to grant the wish of a St. Louis girl who dreams of being a police officer. As part of the wish, 14-year old Jalisha, who is battling End Stage Renal Disease…, got a tip that the St. Louis mascots were being held hostage. Luckily, she rescued them and arrested the perpetrator- our very own FOX Sports Midwest announcer, Jim Hayes, disguised as the Rally Squirrel. Way to go #OfficerJalisha! You’re a real inspiration to our community and to all of Cardinal Nation!!!
MetaFilter is the little weblog that could, established in 1999 as one of the first community blogs. Over its fifteen year history it has expanded from a place to discuss interesting things on the web to include Ask MetaFilter as a community question and answer (Q&A) site, along with more subsections for things like music by members, completed projects by members, meetups among members, and most recently TV and movies.
While MetaFilter is relatively small (only about 62,000 have paid the one-time $5 for an account to date and 12,000-15,000 of those members come back to interact with the site every day), we have a great group of members, and I think we consistently have some of the best discussion on the web, with the sites attracting over 80 million readers last year. Our commenters are literate and thoughtful, and our site is watched around the clock by a staff of moderators. Despite the site’s modest stature its influence makes waves in the larger world (like mentions on popular TV shows: Tremé andMythbusters).
Unfortunately in the last couple years we have seen our Google ranking fall precipitously for unexplained reasons, and the corresponding drop in ad revenue means that the future of the site has come into question.
Matt Haughey’s Medium post about the shaky future of MetaFilter will break your heart and make you question everything you think you know about Google and advertising online. Go read it now.
I haven’t watched an episode of Sherlock before…but based on screen grabs I have seen posted to tumblr it’s a Brokeback Mountain remake set in London with a detective and his buddy?