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He just accepts it right away.

this-one-moment:

He just accepts it right away.

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#Rally #Porsche #Martini #Safari #Quenia

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"Humanists try to behave decently and honorably without any expectation of rewards or punishments in an afterlife. And since the creator of the universe is unknowable to us so far, we serve as best we can the highest abstraction of which we have some understanding, which is our community."
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"1. Being able to say “I’m sorry” is a skill, and one that not a lot of people possess. Hone that skill. Apologizing shouldn’t be followed by “but here’s why I did it” or “and then you did this”. An apology is you taking responsibility for hurting someone else, not a notch on a scorecard in some bizarro battle of “Who’s Right?”"
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Astronomers have long pondered the origins of enormous elliptical galaxies in the young Universe. An object 11 billion light-years away spotted by the Herschel mission may help unravel the mystery. 
Two massive spiral galaxies merged to create a giant elliptical galaxy, which were previously believed to form through the absorption of dwarf galaxies over time. 
Learn more about this finding in a Science Bulletin video. 

amnhnyc:

Astronomers have long pondered the origins of enormous elliptical galaxies in the young Universe. An object 11 billion light-years away spotted by the Herschel mission may help unravel the mystery. 

Two massive spiral galaxies merged to create a giant elliptical galaxy, which were previously believed to form through the absorption of dwarf galaxies over time. 

Learn more about this finding in a Science Bulletin video

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videogamenostalgia:

Flappy Bird for Apple II Is Now Available

Great news, everbody! If you happen to have both a floppy disk and an Apple II, you can now download Flappy Bird onto either a 3.25” or 5.25” floppy disk and play the game on your Apple II machine. 

Going by the name ‘Flapple Bird,’ the Apple II version of the famous game was dreamed up and created by Dagen Brock

(via newsweek)

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