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Hell YEAH! Thank you! Reposted. By @chrstnemchelle “#tbt #happybirthday to my fam @nattudaoud … The memories are countless, the laughs are endless.. Many thanks for all the times you’ve taken us crazy Canadians in, shared your family, taken us out, played us great music! You’re one of a kind. Much love to you from the Canadian invasion. xxo” via @InstaReposts
“Sauna” Casey Veggies (Prod. Chuck Inglish)
Truth! Repost from @chrisclarke133 and @dam_funk
(Photo: B. Sherwood Lollar et al.)
A pocket of water some 2.6 billion years old — the most ancient pocket of water known by far, older even than the dawn of multicellular life — has now been discovered in a mine, near the city of Timmins in Ontario, Canada, 2 miles below the Earth’s surface.
The finding, announced in the May 16 issue of the journal Nature, raises the tantalizing possibility that ancient life might be found deep underground not only within Earth, but in similar oases that may exist on Mars, the scientists who studied the water said…
“Mètché Dershé (When Am I Going to Reach There?)” Mulatu Astatke
NO! This one was hard to watch.
It’s over before you know it however. Skateboarders are some of the chief risk-takers in the world of sports.
Super Hit, Nag Champa and stuff…
Was one of Brooklyn’s finest in Harlem in 1939? This Sid Grossman photo of “Harlem Loiterers” from the Prints Collection at NYPL’s Schomburg Center for Research In Black Culture has created quite a stir since being posted to the Center’s Facebook page the other day. Why? Because the man on the right looks a heck of a lot like Jay-Z (for evidence, check out these photos of Jay-Z when he visited The New York Public Library in 2010). Cue Twilight Zone music, right? Schomburg’s Curator of Digital Collections Sylviane A. Diouf found the photo while researching an exhibition, and said, “I was immediately struck by the similarity to Jay-Z and actually laughed out loud … I still hope somebody will tell us who that young man really was.”
So is Jay-Z a time traveler? Is this someone else - anyone know who? What do you think?