Tango is Funny
mudwerks:

(via Mike Lynch Cartoons: 1969: All of the PEANUTS Silent Penultimate Daily Panels)
newyorker:

A cartoon by Robert Mankoff. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1pAm6nz

newyorker:

A cartoon by Robert Mankoff. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1pAm6nz

funnyordie:

21 Best Pics of All Time of the Week
These pics are the next best thing to actually being there!
skunkbear:

nprontheroad:

Purple martin roosts are so large they show up on Doppler radar.
Those expanding circles are the birds leaving in the morning. Can you guess the first two places we picked to search for the missing birds?

A breakthrough in the case of the missing martins! Follow the whole journey over on NPR’s travel tumblr.

skunkbear:

nprontheroad:

Purple martin roosts are so large they show up on Doppler radar.

Those expanding circles are the birds leaving in the morning. Can you guess the first two places we picked to search for the missing birds?

A breakthrough in the case of the missing martins! Follow the whole journey over on NPR’s travel tumblr.

nprontheroad:

Flying on Air Force One is kind of like flying first class (something I’ve been lucky enough to do twice thanks to accidental airline upgrades). There are real glasses and real silverware. And in the press area, when you board there are baskets of candy/snacks and fruit to munch on.    The news organizations do pay for our seats on Air Force One, so these perks aren’t free. And they aren’t even really for us. The journalists are there to cover the leader of the free world, stay connected to the seat of power in these difficult times (you never know when news might break out) or simply to document it if the president stumbles on the steps. 
Perhaps the best part, no one scolds you about wearing your seatbelt or forces you to turn off your laptop for takeoff and landing. 

nprontheroad:

Flying on Air Force One is kind of like flying first class (something I’ve been lucky enough to do twice thanks to accidental airline upgrades). There are real glasses and real silverware. And in the press area, when you board there are baskets of candy/snacks and fruit to munch on. 
 
The news organizations do pay for our seats on Air Force One, so these perks aren’t free. And they aren’t even really for us. The journalists are there to cover the leader of the free world, stay connected to the seat of power in these difficult times (you never know when news might break out) or simply to document it if the president stumbles on the steps. 

Perhaps the best part, no one scolds you about wearing your seatbelt or forces you to turn off your laptop for takeoff and landing. 

gyemantom:

Ötletes. :)

gyemantom:

Ötletes. :)

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