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theanimalblog:

A red squirrel carries its baby in its mouth as it bounds along a fence in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada  Picture: KEN YUEL / CATERS NEWS

theanimalblog:

A red squirrel carries its baby in its mouth as it bounds along a fence in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada  Picture: KEN YUEL / CATERS NEWS

theclearlydope:

Hello Good Morning: Yep.

theclearlydope:

Hello Good Morning: Yep.

theclearlydope:

Clearly dogs hate our freedom. 
tastefullyoffensive:

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theclearlydope:

Clearly dogs hate our freedom.

tastefullyoffensive:

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(Source: guitarmanjb)

smoonie:

Comedy Bang Bang episode 1

Yes, so much YES!

thefluffingtonpost:

Canine Physicists Close in on Elusive ‘Dog Particle’
The furry team of theoretical physicists that famously rejected the existence of the Higgs Boson particle have published new research claiming they are closer than ever to unlocking the origins of the universe.
“Their methodology differs substantially from that conducted at CERN,” explains Darren Pick, a writer who covers physics for Scientific American. “While the Large Hadron Collider smashes atoms together at high speeds, the dogs mostly waddle around and try to sniff out the best protons and neutrinos.”
Their findings point to what they have dubbed “The Dog Particle” — a primordial subatomic mass shaped like a milk bone.
“A wonderful, delicious milk bone,” says Pick, reading from the dogs’ paper.
It has yet to undergo peer review.
Via The Giant Vermin.

thefluffingtonpost:

Canine Physicists Close in on Elusive ‘Dog Particle’

The furry team of theoretical physicists that famously rejected the existence of the Higgs Boson particle have published new research claiming they are closer than ever to unlocking the origins of the universe.

“Their methodology differs substantially from that conducted at CERN,” explains Darren Pick, a writer who covers physics for Scientific American. “While the Large Hadron Collider smashes atoms together at high speeds, the dogs mostly waddle around and try to sniff out the best protons and neutrinos.”

Their findings point to what they have dubbed “The Dog Particle” — a primordial subatomic mass shaped like a milk bone.

“A wonderful, delicious milk bone,” says Pick, reading from the dogs’ paper.

It has yet to undergo peer review.

Via The Giant Vermin.

theclearlydope:

A blanket of bliss.
My version would be sour gummy worms.

theclearlydope:

A blanket of bliss.

My version would be sour gummy worms.

(Source: dogsoftheinterwebs)