rachelbushong:

Harrison Ford, 1970s

rachelbushong:

Harrison Ford, 1970s

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etsyfindoftheday:

etsyfindoftheday | BEDROOM/DORM IDEAS | 2.11.14cat nap pillowcase set by xenotees

etsyfindoftheday:

etsyfindoftheday | BEDROOM/DORM IDEAS | 2.11.14

cat nap pillowcase set by xenotees

via monoroid #texture #abstract

via monoroid #texture #abstract

via monoroid
Quite the #sunset in Philadelphia today…

Quite the #sunset in Philadelphia today…

Here’s to all the new discoveries in store for us in 2014! #pearsthesizeofeggs #egg #pear

Here’s to all the new discoveries in store for us in 2014! #pearsthesizeofeggs #egg #pear


Anthony Michael Hall and Molly Ringwald in a record shop during a break while filming The Breakfast Club, 1984

Anthony Michael Hall and Molly Ringwald in a record shop during a break while filming The Breakfast Club, 1984

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nprfreshair:

Introducing the cats of Fresh Air:

(Top) Terry Gross’ cat Mighty Mite

(Left) Associate Producer John Sheehan’s cat Molloy

(Right) Assistant Producer Molly Seavy-Nesper’s cat Sullivan

(Left) Executive Producer Danny Miller’s cat Spotty

(Right) Administrative Assistant Dorothy Ferebee’s cat Mr. Sweetie

(Left) Director Roberta Shorrock’s  cats Sully (in a bag) and Gracie (right)

Anthrozoologist John Bradshaw, author of Cat Sense: How the New Feline Science Can Make You a Better Friend to Your Pet spoke to Terry Gross today about the science of cat behavior. This book is a follow-up to his New York Times Bestseller Dog Sense. Here he explains how cats are less social than dogs, yet still affectionate:

I think cats are much less demonstrative animals than dogs are. It’s kind of not their fault, they evolved from a solitary animal that has never had the need for a sophisticated social repertoire in the way that the dog, having evolved from the wolf, had that ready-made. So their faces are just not terribly expressive, and some people read into that, that they’re kind of cynical and aloof and those sorts of things, but I don’t believe that for a moment. I think cats show, by their behavior, even if it’s a bit more subtle than a dog, that they really are fond of their owners.

By John Michaels

By John Michaels

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Hot pepper harvesting, from the backyard. #fatalii #love #orange

Hot pepper harvesting, from the backyard. #fatalii #love #orange