Photo 20 Aug Not gonna lie, Brad Evans is my favorite Sounder because he looks like a skinny Karl Urban.

Not gonna lie, Brad Evans is my favorite Sounder because he looks like a skinny Karl Urban.

Photo 19 Aug He sleeps in a cat sack.

He sleeps in a cat sack.

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pdlcomics:

Elements of Home Decor

Poorly Drawn Lines by Reza Farazmand
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I go into a lot of houses. I am pretty sure this sums up the majority of people’s decorating style.

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The Shape of Ideas

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Massive toxic spill in British Columbia pollutes streams and lakes. The Mount Polley Mine mines copper and gold. These mines require massive amounts of toxic acids to “eat” the rocks that contain the copper and gold. The waste is “contained” in a big retention pond (in this case a huge lake). The ponds just sit there with no plans for clean up. Humans are banned from the ponds. Governments say they are safe (despite that ponds fail on average of 30%).

Millions of tons of harmful metals, soils, and wastewater spilled into pristine habitat. Canada’s response? Whooppsy! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.

Above images: NASA and CBC.

An earthen dam at Mount Polley Mine in British Columbia breached on August 4, 2014, sending contaminated water surging into nearby lakes. Wastewater and metal-laden sand spilled from a retention basin and triggered a water-use ban in Likely, British Columbia, and other nearby towns. Local authorities had lifted the ban as of August 12.

On August 5, nearly all of the wastewater in the retention basin had drained, exposing the silty bottom. Hazeltine Creek, normally about 1 meter (3 feet) wide, swelled to a width of 150 meters (490 feet) as a result of the spill. In the aftermath of the flood, a layer of brown sediment coated forests and stream valleys affected by the spill. Notice how much forest immediately north of the retention basin was leveled. Debris, mainly downed trees, are visible floating on Quesnel Lake.

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Several excellent Canadian, environmental, and political tumblrs are covering the spill: https://www.tumblr.com/search/mount+polley+mine.

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Photo 16 Aug 128 notes hobolunchbox:

Death is on the line.

hobolunchbox:

Death is on the line.

Photo 16 Aug 1,965 notes thefusethatburns:

life lessons, guys.  life lessons.

thefusethatburns:

life lessons, guys.  life lessons.

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Quote 15 Aug 705 notes
I think Bigfoot is blurry, that’s the problem. It’s not the photographers’ fault. Bigfoot is blurry and that’s extra scary to me. There’s a large, out-of-focus monster roaming the countryside.
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