"I choose you. And I’ll choose you, over and over and over. Without pause, without a doubt, in a heartbeat. I’ll keep choosing you."

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conspicuouslad:

I read every one of these to my wife until she screamed at me to shut up.

Best quote of the day courtesy of the Amtrak train conductor: please make room for other people to sit next to you. You WILL make a friend. Please sit down.

Morning face. #sleepypuppy #dontworry,ifeelyou #kendall @sarastar9990

Morning face. #sleepypuppy #dontworry,ifeelyou #kendall @sarastar9990

libutron:

Mandarin Ratsnake
The Mandarin Ratsnake, Euprepiophis mandarinus (Colubridae), is a beautiful snake native to Asia, that although is a relatively rare species in wild, is quite popular as pet due to its beauty.
An anecdotal but sad fact is the news published last December in the Bulletin of the Federation of Asian and Oceania Pest Managers Associations (FAOPMA), which reported an audacious Mandarin Ratsnake (or perhaps neglected by its owner), that was found on a plane at Sydney Airport.
The snake, with 20 cm length, was identified by Department of Agriculture entomologists (yes, you read correctly, entomologists), as being the species Euprepiophis mandarinus. Sadly, she (or he) had to be “humanely euthanized”, because “being an exotic reptile can harbor pests and diseases not present in Australia and pose a significant threat to Australia’s agricultural industries, environment and economy”.
Although it is unfortunate the death of that beautiful snake, is a fact that the accidental release of wild animals that are kept as pets, has caused problems for health and ecological in some countries (which is why there are regulations for the transfer and import of these animals).
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Fabio Lena | Locality: unknown

I held one of these at the zoo I volunteered at.  Lovely snake.

libutron:

Mandarin Ratsnake

The Mandarin Ratsnake, Euprepiophis mandarinus (Colubridae), is a beautiful snake native to Asia, that although is a relatively rare species in wild, is quite popular as pet due to its beauty.

An anecdotal but sad fact is the news published last December in the Bulletin of the Federation of Asian and Oceania Pest Managers Associations (FAOPMA), which reported an audacious Mandarin Ratsnake (or perhaps neglected by its owner), that was found on a plane at Sydney Airport.

The snake, with 20 cm length, was identified by Department of Agriculture entomologists (yes, you read correctly, entomologists), as being the species Euprepiophis mandarinus. Sadly, she (or he) had to be “humanely euthanized”, because “being an exotic reptile can harbor pests and diseases not present in Australia and pose a significant threat to Australia’s agricultural industries, environment and economy”.

Although it is unfortunate the death of that beautiful snake, is a fact that the accidental release of wild animals that are kept as pets, has caused problems for health and ecological in some countries (which is why there are regulations for the transfer and import of these animals).

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Fabio Lena | Locality: unknown

I held one of these at the zoo I volunteered at. Lovely snake.

psych2go:

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Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.
Fact submitted by: can-thandlethisweird

It’s so true!

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go visit psych2go

Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

Fact submitted by: can-thandlethisweird

It’s so true!

iheartmyart:

Rebecca YanovskayaWinged series — sequel to “Ascent of Man”. This is “Descent of Man”, Ballpoint on Moleskine, 15.5x10.5”, 22K Gold Leaf & Shell Gold, 2014

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Buttons

As usual, I was having deep thoughts while in the shower tonight, thinking of those I care about, and I thought of a cute memory from my childhood.  When I was a kid,  I had this beaten-up, cardboard box filled with my grandmother’s leftover buttons.  Sometimes, I would dump all the buttons out on the floor and just look over them.  I had no reason to have them; it wasn’t like I was going to use them, I just had this attachment to them.  I would separate them into groups based on how much I liked them.  The buttons I kind of liked, the buttons that I loved and the very few buttons that I treasured.  The rest of the buttons I would either leave in a pile or put them back in the box.  After thinking about it, I feel like this is how we categorize the ones we associate with ourselves.  There are the people around us we don’t really know, the aquaintances, the good friends we see occasionally, then the ones we draw very close to ourselves because they are the ones we love and need the most.  Watson, you are the rarest of all my treasured buttons. :) <3

meandgreentea:

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So much smoked salmon&#8230;.put it in my mouthhhh lol

meandgreentea:

So much smoked salmon….put it in my mouthhhh lol