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wnycradiolab:

Look: a driveway moment diorama!  In case you haven’t noticed, we love dioramas and we love public radio, so basically we just blew a gasket of delight over here.  This is by Brooklyn artist Grady McFerrin, and you can see more of his stuff here.

wnycradiolab:

Look: a driveway moment diorama!  In case you haven’t noticed, we love dioramas and we love public radio, so basically we just blew a gasket of delight over here.  This is by Brooklyn artist Grady McFerrin, and you can see more of his stuff here.

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nprfreshair:

thecardiganlibrarian:

Click through to find a larger image. Also, see the original list here. I’ve read 21 of the top 100, without ever considering myself a hardcore scifi/fantasy fan. How about you?
Titles I’d add, personally: Alas, Babylon; The Hunger Games; Harry Potter. But then, the latter two of these recommendations are children’s/YA, and this seems like a determinedly adult list.

flowchart of sci-fi

nprfreshair:

thecardiganlibrarian:

Click through to find a larger image. Also, see the original list here. I’ve read 21 of the top 100, without ever considering myself a hardcore scifi/fantasy fan. How about you?

Titles I’d add, personally: Alas, Babylon; The Hunger Games; Harry Potter. But then, the latter two of these recommendations are children’s/YA, and this seems like a determinedly adult list.

flowchart of sci-fi

ugh, I’m just now looking at this list, it’s so good.

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In Iowa, Corn Is King And Candidates Are Everywhere by Don Gonyea (via In Iowa, Corn Is King And Candidates Are Everywhere : NPR)

In Iowa, Corn Is King And Candidates Are Everywhere by Don Gonyea (via In Iowa, Corn Is King And Candidates Are Everywhere : NPR)

nprfreshair:

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"The Environmental Protection Agency will stop monitoring pollution and also cease cleanups at toxic waste sites…The 394 sites administered by the National Park Service would close their gates…"
NPR reports on what’s closed, and what isn’t, during a government shutdown in the U.S. (via thatssogross)

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inothernews:

Jon Stewart, on the GOP’s curious targets for budget cuts: “Our only way out of this mess is to cut programs that affect people who vote for Democrats.”

inothernews:

Jon Stewart, on the GOP’s curious targets for budget cuts: “Our only way out of this mess is to cut programs that affect people who vote for Democrats.”

"We need to cut these things that aren’t constitutionally mandated, that are kind of on the periphery, the fluffery, like NPR and National Endowment for the Arts. Those are obvious."

—Sarah Palin, on President Obama’s State of the Union address, to Fox News’ Greta von Susteren, Jan. 26, 2011.

Dear. God. 

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“the fluffery”- Sarah Palin

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UGH the complete idiocy of Palin is causing my brain to turn to goo

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NPR ISN”T FLUFF! ARGH!!!! >:/ 

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I just… SARAH, STOP TRYING TO MAKE A RANDOM, MADE UP WORD HAPPEN. IT’S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.

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Where did she come from?! WHO IS SHE?! WHO IS SHE? How can you be this horrible?

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I can’t even….I….ohmygosh….God save us all from this woman.

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calling NPR and the NEA fluffery is the exact kind of ridiculous idiocy she always spouts, no surprises there but -ery words. Sarah Palin is ruining -ery words for me.

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