Mountain Musings by a Non-Mountaineer
Note: So my friends and I decided to do something ~different this Valentine’s Day weekend. Since we’re all strong, independent women (R-E-S-P-E-C-T), we joined the Batulao climb with the Loyola Mountaineers. The news about town was that it was an easy mountain even beginners could do, that it would only take us a couple of hours, and that high schoolers did field trips there...
Lignin, the stuff that prevents all trees from adopting the weeping habit, is a...– Why secondhand bookstores smell good Perfumes: The Guide (via YMFY) Smell of coffee+bookstores = win at life
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Damaged people are dangerous. They know they can survive.– Josephine Hart (via julie911) (via quote-book) (via vfarally) (via dreamandwake) (via poeticheartache) (via strawberryknives) (via janicalapati) Take that, whole people.
World Web War 1 →
This is incredible. A look at how corporations, people, and Egyptians are defeating the internet block. Phrases for the day: hacktivists, corporate intifada. (Breaking news as of two hours ago: Internet connectivity restored in Egypt, and Mubarak announced he’d step down in September this morning as well. Great job! Doesn’t affect the awesomeness of this article though.)
A Filipino may denationalize himself but not his stomach. He may travel over the...– Where Is The Patis? by Carmen Guerrero Nakpil (via cold-nostalgia)