There was some report about Millenials, our generation, which I probably shouldn’t have been watching, because I knew it would make me mad…

Anyway, the guy noted that people in our generation, despite the fact that we actually get along across demographics way better than past generations and even are better at getting along with people of older generations… we tend to take less risks (especially financially), and trust others less. 

Which the researcher attributed to “well it’s all that internet culture, they don’t know how to interface with people” and “they’re used to being coddled and protected by their parents, so they think the world is scary,” huff—-

he had like half a second to say, “well there’s a possibility that they don’t take risks or trust others because they’re in a state of economic vulnerability that makes it difficult to take risks, but my theories are-“

BITCH THAT’S THE ACTUAL REASON.

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Blue Tit (fledgling) ~ Blaumeise (Ästling) ~ Cyanistes caeruleus, Parus caeruleus
This is from today and he/she is not the only Blue Tit fledgling. 100 % cuteness all over the yard. :-)
2014 © Jesse Alveo

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Blue Tit (fledgling) ~ Blaumeise (Ästling) ~ Cyanistes caeruleus, Parus caeruleus

This is from today and he/she is not the only Blue Tit fledgling. 100 % cuteness all over the yard. :-)

2014 © Jesse Alveo

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fabien-mense:

Agito Cosmos t03/ work in progress ! Fights, palmtrees, pirates, monkeys, guts, blams, everything’s in it !

"Hey, I could be like Yuuya! I can see myself working with a super-smart doctor and learning medical science from him. :D"

— Rob just started playing Hatoful

Tags: oh honey

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Black Redstart (male) ~ Hausrotschwanz (Hahn) ~ Phoenicurus ochruros
This little guy is an old friend of mine. :-) Another picture from today and the yard.
2014 © Jesse Alveo

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Black Redstart (male) ~ Hausrotschwanz (Hahn) ~ Phoenicurus ochruros

This little guy is an old friend of mine. :-) Another picture from today and the yard.

2014 © Jesse Alveo

Tags: queue~ bird

squishymohawk:

shithowdy:

Fun fact: if you approach an employee and insist that they go ‘check the back’ for an item that’s not on the shelf, there is a 90% chance that they’ll go to the back room, scratch their ass and check their text messages for five minutes, and come back out with a sympathetic smile and a ‘Sorry!’ because they know without even looking that the stock isn’t there.

its true i’ve done it before 

squishymohawk:

shithowdy:

Fun fact: if you approach an employee and insist that they go ‘check the back’ for an item that’s not on the shelf, there is a 90% chance that they’ll go to the back room, scratch their ass and check their text messages for five minutes, and come back out with a sympathetic smile and a ‘Sorry!’ because they know without even looking that the stock isn’t there.

its true i’ve done it before 

(Source: notalwaysright.com, via revyyourengines)

Tags: yEAH

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European Robin (the original, hehe) ~ Rotkehlchen ~ Erithacus rubecula

Potential thoughts of a Euro Robin: “Do I care if the human photographer gets closer and closer taking pictures of me? Hmmmm … No … I’ll just start preening right in front of them.” :-)

2014 © Jesse Alveo 

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Black Redstart (juvenile bird) ~ Hausrotschwanz (Jungvogel) ~ Phoenicurus ochruros
Artsy Redstart :-)
2014 © Jesse Alveo  

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Black Redstart (juvenile bird) ~ Hausrotschwanz (Jungvogel) ~ Phoenicurus ochruros

Artsy Redstart :-)

2014 © Jesse Alveo  

Tags: queue~ bird

shadesandshadows:

 Percival Delivering Belisane from the Enchantment of Urma, oil on canvas, exhibited 1783 by Henry Fuseli, Swiss, 1741-1825. Tate Britain.
 Fuseli invented the scene of Percival and Belisane for its spectacle and sensation rather than any noble lesson.

shadesandshadows:

 Percival Delivering Belisane from the Enchantment of Urma, oil on canvas, exhibited 1783 by Henry Fuseli, Swiss, 1741-1825. Tate Britain.

 Fuseli invented the scene of Percival and Belisane for its spectacle and sensation rather than any noble lesson.