Happy Hour right now in NYC!
It’s 5 ‘o clock somewhere right? The weekend is right around the corner, and here is a strawberry margarita recipe you can make for Happy Hour at home.
paper jewel installation by Kirsten Hassenfeld
Tesco Homeplus opened a virtual grocery store in a South Korea subway station, where users shop by scanning QR codes on their smartphones.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – A tense war rages across the Bushveld here, over the fate of the rhinoceros.
On one side, heavily armed poachers are killing rhinos at a ferocious rate, at times deploying helicopters and high-powered rifles to claim their quarry. They are cashing in on a high-stakes trade, fueled by the erroneous belief among increasingly rich Chinese and Vietnamese that rhino horn can cure cancer, among other maladies.
Squaring off against them, South Africa is resorting to extreme tactics to save a fragile population that may be slumping towards extinction. The country is deploying helicopters, radar technology and army troops. Some are even attempting to poison rhino horns to dissuade would-be consumers.
(Source: , via discoverynews)
I just do not, cannot understand this kind of mentality and ramifications/consequences. Or better, I can follow the logic, but it’s perverse to say the least…Prevention is key, how can you block access to life-saving tests?
I love you too.
Hey Susan G. Komen Foundation …. I want an answer. I think I deserve that.
Nikki, I love you.
For those of you who don’t understand the significance of this:
The Susan G. Koman Foundation has pulled breast exam funding from Planned Parenthood. This means fewer people-with-breasts will be able to get clinical exams and will be able to detect breast cancer early and be able to get treatment they need to survive.
If you want to support a group that truly cares for people-with-breasts and helps keep them safe and helps them detect breast cancer early, donate to Planned Parenthood. Do not donate to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Do not donate to their 3-day walks. Show your support of all breast cancer fighters and survivors and victims by supporting a group that actually helps people-with-breasts and doesn’t put politics over the safety and well-being of people-with-breasts.