1. robotlyra:

    Today on the MBTA, someone called 911 over a lady puking on the subway, claiming she was from Liberia and had Ebola. After they had stopped train service on the Orange line, and escorted her away with a horde of cops and medical responders, it was finally established that she was actually of Haitian descent.

    The Ebola epidemic is going to spin off into full-on hypochondriac racism really fast, mark my words.

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  2. average-to-beast:

Average-to-Beast

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    Average-to-Beast

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  4. Video

    pandorasprings:

    best face

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  6. vivemarco:

DAMN.

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    DAMN.

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  7. How to keep Millennials in your workplace: offer them a living wage with some job security.

    materialworld:

    Things I never see in HR articles aimed at those of us over 35 about how to train, manage, recruit etc. younger people. 

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  8. "Peeta’s argument is that since I chose you, I now owe him. Anything he wants. And what he wants is the chance to go in and protect you."

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    Haymitch, Catching Fire

    I don’t really understand how people can say that Peeta manipulated Katniss for his own gain. If he was truly using her, he could have killed her in the first Games or not volunteered to protect her in the second one. He could have just let her go in with Haymitch and let them figure it out themselves.

    What I think people fail to understand when reading SC’s books, is that she was using these books as a vehicle to portray war, the effects it has on humanity and the ability to overcome it. If we look at it from that perspective, we see these characters as more than just two guys and a girl. 

    Katniss being the protagonist and symbol for change. 

    The men in her life representing the two methods to change:

    Peeta being the innate good in humanity and hope that spurs us on to live.

    Gale being the self-destruction in humanity and our ability to hate one another.

    We get to see the different effects of each method and its consequences throughout the book. When we choose Everlark, we choose hope, the promise that life can go on, that things can be good again. 

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