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urbannativegirl:

One of my favorite #HotNativeMen, Jacob Pratt. He plays his flute very well.
He was recently nominated for an Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Award.

urbannativegirl:

One of my favorite #HotNativeMen, Jacob Pratt. He plays his flute very well.

He was recently nominated for an Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Award.

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thessalian:

nineprotons:

josiahfiles:

mad-man-with-a-scarf:

morning-tilts:

Today’s political post

This is so awesome.

get owned shitnerd

Not to mention a lot of jobs are involved in a project like that so it’s not like people are being kept from work because of this, and who knows how many jobs may be created in the future because of things learned from stuff like this, and so forth.
In short: “James” and the pic creator there are dumbasses.

Let’s see:
Giving numbers without checking those numbers? Check.
Not looking at the bigger picture of just how many jobs the production and launch of Curiosity provided, from gathering the resources to building the components to assembly to actual launch? Check.
Not looking at the WAY bigger picture of how better rovers on Mars could help us find things, like previously undiscovered resources (scarce on Earth) or even land (growing scarcer every day on Earth) that we could maybe one day colonise? Check.
Passive-aggressive asshattery? Check.
TRIFECTA, PEOPLE.
*sigh* Some people have no damn vision.


so fucken true!!

thessalian:

nineprotons:

josiahfiles:

mad-man-with-a-scarf:

morning-tilts:

Today’s political post

This is so awesome.

get owned shitnerd

Not to mention a lot of jobs are involved in a project like that so it’s not like people are being kept from work because of this, and who knows how many jobs may be created in the future because of things learned from stuff like this, and so forth.

In short: “James” and the pic creator there are dumbasses.

Let’s see:

Giving numbers without checking those numbers? Check.

Not looking at the bigger picture of just how many jobs the production and launch of Curiosity provided, from gathering the resources to building the components to assembly to actual launch? Check.

Not looking at the WAY bigger picture of how better rovers on Mars could help us find things, like previously undiscovered resources (scarce on Earth) or even land (growing scarcer every day on Earth) that we could maybe one day colonise? Check.

Passive-aggressive asshattery? Check.

TRIFECTA, PEOPLE.

*sigh* Some people have no damn vision.

so fucken true!!

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