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faunprincess:

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Dog Works at Airport Returning Passenger’s Lost Items

Omg

Pretty awesome!  And of course it’s in Nederland!! (all the best ideas are!)

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How wonderful and hilarious! #fb

pleatedjeans:

scott hilburn

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sofapizza:

lowwbloods:officialwillowpape:

i searched up ‘hurdlers without hurdles’ on google and i dont regret it

these boots are made for walkin

Kitten Mittens!

Oh dear. Looks like they’ve all lost a contact lens.

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superfitfitness:

Anyone needing a new exercise for their routine? Look no further..

He’s hired.

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hungryhungryhiddles:

travelingbythoughts:

this is the greatest thing i’ve ever seen

THIS GIF LITERALLY JUST MADE MY ENTIRE WEEK A THOUSAND TIMES BETTER

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tastefullyoffensive:

Closed for what now? [via]

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Actually, I would rephrase these:

1. If you use (powdered) chalk, clean up after yourself.  Nobody wants to bathe in your dust.  If you can’t do that, use straps. 

2. Work hard or get out!  You’re here to train not to socialise.  Concentrate!

3.  Be controlled.  Sometimes things crash.  Crash in a controlled way.

4.  No music.  You’re here to train not go clubbing.  Concentrate!

5.  Grunting is ok.  Grunt in a dignified way.  You’re doing a sport not starring in the gorilla exhibit.  

6.  Put your stuff away when you’re done.  If you can’t manage that, you’re too young to be here.

7.  Challenge yourself every day.

8.  Train.  Hard.  And then get out!

9.  Respect the equipment.  (see number 6)

10.  Phones only in use for tracking your lifts.  No filming, taking pictures, texting or talking.  

11.  You’re here to lift.  Use correct form.

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gym-talk:

http://www.gym-talk.com/recovery-zone/

I don’t know about second rest days.  (Tomorrow, it’s squats!)

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almatranquila:

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Or they just sign up for the military. (Which I think they can do whilst they still have to ask to use the loo, no?)

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Having failed to discover weapons of mass destruction, Washington shifted its propaganda to “establishing democracy.” That flatly refutes their earlier claim that the “only question” was whether Saddam would disarm. But with a sufficiently obedient intellectual class, and loyal media, the farce can proceed untroubled. To evaluate the new propaganda claim, a rational person would ask how those who know proclaim their “yearning for democracy” have in fact acted, and act today, when their interests are at stake. I will not run through the record, but those who are interested in evaluating these claims should certainly do so. They will discover that “democracy” is tolerated, but only when it is a “top-down form of democracy” in which elites who collaborate with US business and state interests retain control — I happen to be quoting from one of the leading authorities on Latin American democracy, who writes as an insider, having served in the “democracy enhancement” programs of the Reagan administration, which devastated Central America, and left a trail of horror in the Middle East and southern Africa as well. Furthermore, the same policies are pursued today, without the slightest change. Is the US bringing democracy to Uzbekistan? Or to Equatorial Guinea, also ruled by a monster comparable to Saddam Hussein, but warmly welcomed by the Bush White House because he sits on a very large pool of oil.

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