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    huffingtonpost:

    IKEA ADVERTISES ADOPTABLE DOGS IN STORES, BECAUSE EVERY HOME NEEDS A RESCUE PUP

    The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.

    Find out which state in the United States will be adopting rescue pet displays in Ikea stores here.

    cryinggggg

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    tbdressfashion:

Golden Heel Sandals

    tbdressfashion:

    Golden Heel Sandals

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    quotesbyijustwantnotes

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    ivyblossom:

sussexbound:

Sometimes I just want so badly for Mrs. Turner’s ‘married ones’ to have a cameo in the last few minutes of the last episode of BBC Sherlock and to be played by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost!

Oh dear god this needs to happen. There is no good reason for this not to happen. Come on now. It’s perfect.

    ivyblossom:

    sussexbound:

    Sometimes I just want so badly for Mrs. Turner’s ‘married ones’ to have a cameo in the last few minutes of the last episode of BBC Sherlock and to be played by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost!

    Oh dear god this needs to happen. There is no good reason for this not to happen. Come on now. It’s perfect.

    2 hours ago  23:50    1865 NOTES    via   source    reblog

    Recent excavation may reveal Cahokia Mounds inhabitants’ beliefs

    archaeologicalnews:

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    COLLINSVILLE — An artifact recently unearthed in the metro-east may explain how Native Americans viewed their place in the universe.

    The “bundle” of whelk shells and bird bones found tied together and unearthed at Cahokia Mounds by student archaeologists from the University of Bologna in Italy is unlike most discovered in the pre-Columbian settlement, said Cahokia Mounds Museum Society Executive Director Lori Belknap.

    "Most of what we find are fragments of pottery shards and little bits of arrow points and things like that," Belknap said. "So 95 percent of what we find are that kind of stuff. But when we find something that represents what we think, it was actually a bundle, a sack, with things laid in there in a very specific order related to their cosmological view, that’s a pretty significant find." Read more.

    2 hours ago  23:49    99 NOTES    via   source    reblog

    Stephen Colbert: How would you characterize the difference (between Sauron and Smaug)?

    Benedict Cumberbatch: One’s a dragon.

    Stephen: Someone have a pen? I’d like to write that down.

    (via ireneslouboutins)

    2 hours ago  23:48    872 NOTES    via   source    reblog
    dogblessusa:

Can you even handle this level of cute from Patriot Paws Service Dogs?

    dogblessusa:

    Can you even handle this level of cute from Patriot Paws Service Dogs?

    2 hours ago  23:46    14 NOTES    via   source    reblog

    fandom-powerfighter:

    bettydays:

    Let’s just all take a minute to appreciate the kindness of our overlord.

    Also, his shirt.

    And his little apron

    2 hours ago  23:46    42560 NOTES    via   source    reblog

    Future of Bredon Horde assured by £5,000 grant

    archaeologicalnews:

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    THE largest haul of treasure ever found in the UK, which was discovered in Worcestershire three years ago, will be on display for years to come thanks to a generous grant from a museum charity.

    The stash of almost 4,000 Roman coins was found in Bredon Hill by metal detecting enthusiasts in June 2011.

    Now Worcestershire County Council’s archive and archaeology service has been handed a £5,000 grant by the Treasure Plus programme, meaning work can commence to conserve the find – popularly known as the Bredon Hoard.

    Research undertaken by the archaeology and archives service alongside the British Museum has suggested the hoard was buried nearly a century after it was accumulated – the only stash of its kind ever found in Britain. Read more.

    2 hours ago  23:45    51 NOTES    via   source    reblog

    pineplapple:

    In New Zealand our drinking age is 18 but the drink driving tolerance for under 20s is zero and my friend who’s a cop said he gets great pleasure out of breathalising sober under 20 year olds and watching the terror fill their face as he tells them they’re 10 times over the legit drinking limit cause ten times zero is still zero

    2 hours ago  23:44    101873 NOTES    via   source    reblog

    World’s largest solar boat on Greek prehistoric mission

    archaeologicalnews:

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    The world’s largest solar boat, the catamaran PlanetSolar, will embark on a Greek mission to find one of the oldest sites inhabited by man in Europe, an organiser said Monday.

    Starting on August 11, a team of Swiss and Greek scientists will seek a “prehistoric countryside” in the southeastern Peloponnese peninsula, University of Geneva researcher Julien Beck told AFP.

    The month-long mission, jointly organised with the Swiss school of archaeology and the Greek culture ministry, will search around the Franchthi cave in the Argolic gulf, where early Europeans lived between the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods. Read more.

    3 hours ago  23:21    72 NOTES    via   source    reblog
    dealanexmachina:

miketysonismahomegurl:

has anyone posted this yet because this is pure gold

Thank you, Matilda.

    dealanexmachina:

    miketysonismahomegurl:

    has anyone posted this yet because this is pure gold

    Thank you, Matilda.

    3 hours ago  23:20    12242 NOTES    via   source    reblog

    Viking warriors and treasures are buried beneath Dublin

    archaeologicalnews:

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    A massive research project, 15 years in the making, has revealed that beneath Dublin’s modern streets lies a trove of buried Viking warriors and artifacts.

    Archaeologists say the number of Viking warrior burials in Dublin is astounding. A project cataloguing these burials was began in 1999. Now nearing its conclusion, the project will result in the publication of an 800-page tome titled ‘Viking Graves and Grave Goods in Ireland.’

    “As a result of our new research, Kilmainham-Islandbridge is now demonstrably the largest burial complex of its type in western Europe, Scandinavia excluded,” says Stephen Harrison, who co-wrote the catalogue with Raghnall Ó Floinn, the director of the National Museum of Ireland. Read more.

    3 hours ago  23:19    167 NOTES    via   source    reblog
    moreleftthannot:

Wow, imagine that.

    moreleftthannot:

    Wow, imagine that.

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