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cosmic-pumpkins:

fieldbears:

thekidshouldseethis:

Mr Rogers: How Crayons Are Made.

did anybody else watch this and feel their blood pressure drop by like 10%

Thi video helped me cool down during a bout of anxiety. Please watch this if your tense or nervous.

I saw this when I was a kid and to this day I randomly think about it

jamesbong00420:

scenicroutes:

naruhodos:

is this the rise of the brave tangled frozen dragons

no actually it’s even better than that
this is a still from a 1990 television special entitled, “cartoon all-stars to the rescue,” which, literally, was absolutely nothing but half an hour of beloved children’s cartoon characters attempting to get that kid in the blue to stop smoking pot.
it opens with a brief clip of george h.w. bush and barbara bush sitting in the oval office, petting their dog. the president of the united states looks into the camera and says, “some of your favourite cartoon characters will help you understand how drugs and alcohol can ruin your life.”
and that brief clip alone would be worth the price of admission but then we get into the actual story, which begins with a teenage boy smashing his kid sister’s piggy bank to buy pot. while alvin and the chipmunks look on in abject terror. and winnie the pooh exclaims, “oh my!” and then the kid runs off to buy pot in an alley and bugs bunny appears out of nowhere dressed as a cop, picks a joint off the pavement, and launches into an anti-drug spiel.
it’s actually really not the kind of thing that can be put into words so here’s the full half-hour video, knock yourself out

oh my GOD

jamesbong00420:

scenicroutes:

naruhodos:

is this the rise of the brave tangled frozen dragons

no actually it’s even better than that

this is a still from a 1990 television special entitled, “cartoon all-stars to the rescue,” which, literally, was absolutely nothing but half an hour of beloved children’s cartoon characters attempting to get that kid in the blue to stop smoking pot.

it opens with a brief clip of george h.w. bush and barbara bush sitting in the oval office, petting their dog. the president of the united states looks into the camera and says, “some of your favourite cartoon characters will help you understand how drugs and alcohol can ruin your life.”

and that brief clip alone would be worth the price of admission but then we get into the actual story, which begins with a teenage boy smashing his kid sister’s piggy bank to buy pot. while alvin and the chipmunks look on in abject terror. and winnie the pooh exclaims, “oh my!” and then the kid runs off to buy pot in an alley and bugs bunny appears out of nowhere dressed as a cop, picks a joint off the pavement, and launches into an anti-drug spiel.

it’s actually really not the kind of thing that can be put into words so here’s the full half-hour video, knock yourself out

oh my GOD

cumberdoom:

papermonocle:

Things I learnt today: During WW1, MI5 used Girl Guides to send secret messages. They used Girl Guides because they quickly found that Boy Scouts couldn’t be trusted and were’t efficient enough.

At the start of the war Boy Scouts were also used. But it quickly became clear that Girl Guides were more efficient because they were less boisterous and talkative.

the boy scouts were too gossipy, so they used girl guides as spies instead this is probably the best day of my life

Have you ever noticed that basically every single gender stereotype is repeatedly disproven?

socimages:

Nope!
Brain studies find that concern for justice and equality is linked to logic, not emotion.
By Lisa Wade, PhD
A new study finds that people with high “justice sensitivity” are using logic, not emotions.  Subjects were put in a fMRI machine, one that measures ongoing brain activity and shown videos of people acting kindly or cruelly toward a homeless person.
Some respondents reacted more strongly than others — hence the high versus low justice sensitivity — and an analysis of the high sensitivity individuals’ brain activity showed that they were processing the images in the parts of the brain where logic and rationality live.   “Individuals who are sensitive to justice and fairness do not seem to be emotionally driven,” explained one of the scientists, “Rather, they are cognitively driven.”
Activists aren’t angry, they reasonably object to unjust circumstances that they understand all too well.
Image borrowed from Jamie Keiles at Teenagerie, who is a high sensitivity individual.
Lisa Wade is a professor of sociology at Occidental College and the author of Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, with Myra Marx Ferree. You can follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

socimages:

Nope!

Brain studies find that concern for justice and equality is linked to logic, not emotion.

By Lisa Wade, PhD

A new study finds that people with high “justice sensitivity” are using logic, not emotions.  Subjects were put in a fMRI machine, one that measures ongoing brain activity and shown videos of people acting kindly or cruelly toward a homeless person.

Some respondents reacted more strongly than others — hence the high versus low justice sensitivity — and an analysis of the high sensitivity individuals’ brain activity showed that they were processing the images in the parts of the brain where logic and rationality live.   “Individuals who are sensitive to justice and fairness do not seem to be emotionally driven,” explained one of the scientists, “Rather, they are cognitively driven.”

Activists aren’t angry, they reasonably object to unjust circumstances that they understand all too well.

Image borrowed from Jamie Keiles at Teenagerie, who is a high sensitivity individual.

Lisa Wade is a professor of sociology at Occidental College and the author of Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, with Myra Marx Ferree. You can follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

No limit! Ask ask ask yay yay yay
  • 1.Kissed a girl?

  • 2.Kissed a boy?

  • 3.Had sex in public?

  • 4.What’s your religion?

  • 5.What does your URL mean?

  • 6.Reason you joined tumblr?

  • 7.Do you have any nicknames?

  • 8.Do you like bubble bath?

  • 9.Kissed in the rain?

  • 10.Dyed your hair?

  • 11.Soup or salad?

  • 12.Vegetable or meat?

  • 13.Go out drinking?

  • 14.Smoke cigarettes?

  • 15.Smoke weed?

  • 16.Do any hard drugs?

  • 17.Have you had sex today?

  • 18.Have you ever fallen asleep in someones arms?

  • 19.The relationship between you and the person you last texted?

  • 20.Has anyone ever told you you have pretty eyes?

  • 21.Skipped doing homework to play a video game?

  • 22.Tried to commit suicide?

  • 23.The last time you felt broken?

  • 24.Had to lie to EVERYONE about how you felt?

  • 25.Do you have a Boyfriend/Girlfriend?

  • 26.Do you have Long hair OR short hair?

  • 27.First thing you notice to a guy/girl?

  • 28.Do you sing in the shower?

  • 29.Do you dance in the car?

  • 30.Where were you yesterday?

  • 31.Ever used a bow and arrow?

  • 32.Last time you got a portrait taken by a photographer?

  • 33.Do you think musicals are cheesy?

  • 34.Is Christmas stressful?

  • 35.Favorite type of fruit pie?

  • 36.Occupations you wanted to be when you were a kid?

  • 37.Do you believe in ghosts?

  • 38.Ever have a Deja-vu feeling?

  • 39.Take a vitamin daily?

  • 40.Wear slippers?

  • 41.Wear a bath robe?

  • 42.What do you wear to bed?

  • 43.Do you want to get married?

  • 44.Can you curl your tongue?

  • Relationship preference:

  • 45.How many relationships have you had?

  • 46.How can I win your heart?

  • 47.what makes a great relationship?

  • 48.Shy OR open?

  • 50.Religious OR non-religious?

  • 51.Caring OR non-restricting of you?

  • 52.Straight edge OR non-straight edge?

  • 53.Piercings OR no piercings?

  • 54.Tattoos OR no tattoos?

  • 55.Quiet stay-at-home type OR party type?

  • ask me these, please? :

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newportonmymind:

elysedc:

The ultimate dad joke compilation

awwwwww

thewalkingdeadmasseffect:

just wondering what are the downsides of being an extrovert??

Wouldn’t necessarily call them downsides, but sometimes frustrating things:

  • Getting stuff done/staying focused. Extroverts get energy by being around people. So spending large amounts of quality time helps fuel my energy & get me motivated. But once I’m alone in a room to practice or work on anything the energy just starts to drain and drain and my focus is pulled away.
  • Easily bored. For an extrovert, I’m actually pretty good at entertaining myself. But there’s only so much sitting around watching movies or listening to music or reorganizing my kitchen cabinets I can stand to do alone. I can get a little extrovert fix by going out alone to eat, see movies, etc. But it’s not the same as the mental stimulation from being around people I know and like.
  • Planning social activities. If you’re the biggest or only extrovert in your friend group(s) you’re going to get stuck planning and organizing most of the social things. You are the one who suggests things most of the time. You contact everyone. You accept last minute cancellations (which leave you scrambling for other social activities because you need that interaction by the end of the week). 99% of the time as an extrovert you don’t really even think that much about this stuff and it doesn’t necessarily bother you. But it’s so wonderful to have your introvert friend(s) surprise you by asking to do stuff that final 1% of the time. (And surprises in general. We do actually LOVE those) 
  • Because there are plenty of times you feel like you’re texting too much or have too much energy (as if this were possible!) or just draining your friends and being a burden that’s not fun for people to be around
  • Friday nights.(If you have a Mon -Fri kind of schedule.) Because the thing extroverts most need to do after a long week is Happy Hour/Friend Bonding/Laughter/BE AROUND OUR PEOPLE. And that is the LAST THING our introvert friends want to do at the end of their week, when they are trying to drink tea and relax in their bubble bath watching Netflix and ignoring everyone
asks:
I always found Ti to be a very ravenclaw function. But yet again, you can be any type and be in any house. Also, I think enneagram has a a lot to do with HP houses. Why do you think ENTPs are more inclined to be slytherins?

Whoa this is a perfect statement about ENTPs:

amyjessicaponds:

While Ti is a very Ravenclaw form of thinking, it’s more of how you use it. ENTPs tend to have a main goal, that is: figuring out how everything works. Why do we have that need? It’s because we like to be able to bend things to our will. We are interested in how things work because we want them to be able to work in our favor. Typically, ENTPs tend to be ambitious. We don’t like following through but we almost always have a goal in our mind or a place we want to reach. 

I always saw Ravenclaws as more the type who were interested in knowledge “for knowledge sake” meaning they want to know things so they know them. They need knowledge so they don’t ever seem ignorant. ENTPs do want that - but it’s more so they can use the knowledge against someone when the time (or argument) comes along. Our need to be at the top of everything is also a very Slytherin trait. It’s likely that you’ll see Slytherins in positions of power holding the strings, with Ravenclaws behind them as their backseat drivers for lack of a better term. 

It’s super important to remember what you said, any type can be in any house. And I do thing enneagram has a lot to do with it. For example: I’m a type 8 and an ENTP which is the ultimate control freak. I do have Slytherin-y tendencies but I’m a Gryffindor. Go figure. 

I dunno if that made sense but!! Thanks for adding to the discussion! 

ENTPs tend to have a main goal, that is: figuring out how everything works….It’s because we like to be able to bend things to our will. We are interested in how things work because we want them to be able to work in our favor. Typically, ENTPs tend to be ambitious. We don’t like following through but we almost always have a goal in our mind or a place we want to reach…..