fact.

April 30, 2012 at 12:31am
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thesecretmindofdan:

thelilnan:

fullpaidjustice:

omg

IDK WHY BUT IM PEEING

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December 4, 2011 at 2:29pm
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nevver:

The Geography of Stuck
“Nearly six in ten Americans live in the state where they were born, according to the U.S. Census bureau. But there is considerable variation from state to state, as the map (above) by Zara Matheson of the Martin Prosperity Institute shows. More than three quarters of the people in Louisiana (78.9 percent), Michigan (76.6 percent) and Ohio (75.1 percent) were born there, as opposed to just 24.3 percent of Nevadans, 35.2 percent of Floridians, 37.2 percent of the residents of Washington, D.C., and 37.7 percent of Arizonans. A high level of home-grown residents is also indicative of a lack of inflow of new people.”

nevver:

The Geography of Stuck

“Nearly six in ten Americans live in the state where they were born, according to the U.S. Census bureau. But there is considerable variation from state to state, as the map (above) by Zara Matheson of the Martin Prosperity Institute shows. More than three quarters of the people in Louisiana (78.9 percent), Michigan (76.6 percent) and Ohio (75.1 percent) were born there, as opposed to just 24.3 percent of Nevadans, 35.2 percent of Floridians, 37.2 percent of the residents of Washington, D.C., and 37.7 percent of Arizonans. A high level of home-grown residents is also indicative of a lack of inflow of new people.”

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2:26pm
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2:22pm
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fastcompany:

8 Mind-Bending Animated GIFs By Micaël Reynaud

Mesmerizing, if ever-so-slightly nausea-inducing (am I the only one who has that problem with GIFs?). —Sarah

npr:

fastcompany:

8 Mind-Bending Animated GIFs By Micaël Reynaud

Mesmerizing, if ever-so-slightly nausea-inducing (am I the only one who has that problem with GIFs?). —Sarah

2:17pm
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November 15, 2011 at 8:46pm
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best new music this week.

The Harbour Wall EP. Rough Fields.

Both Ways Open Jaws. The Dø.

Big Broom EP. Races.