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station: Also can’t stand the radio station I loved as a kid anymore :/

Also can’t stand the radio station I loved as a kid anymore :/

station: After a year of work I have finally released my comedy horror game about a “walking fish” that haunts a space station. I couldn’t be happier!
station: After a year of work I have finally released my comedy horror game about a “walking fish” that haunts a space station. I couldn’t be happier!

After a year of work I have finally released my comedy horror game about a “walking fish” that haunts a space station. I couldn’t be happ...

station: This is a review for my local police station
station: This is a review for my local police station

This is a review for my local police station

station: This is a review for my local police station
station: This is a review for my local police station

This is a review for my local police station

station: lazyshoes: libertarirynn: julad: thisdiscontentedwinter: salparadisewasright: sapphicdalliances: jonpertwee: hamfistedbunvendor: jonpertwee: I feel like this would be a slippery slope towards making it illegal for people to choose to not vote. that’s already how it is in australia That’s just so fucked up. :( Do certain medical conditions exempt you? ?????? why is it be fucked up to have compulsory voting? that’s the way it is in most democratic countries? it’s a part of being a citizen, like paying taxes and obeying speed limits? the fine for not voting is only like $50 and because of the compulsory voting law, our country bends over backwards to make it accessible: it’s always on a weekend, lasts most of the day, and is set up at schools and community centers so there’s one within easy reach of almost everybody. you can also mail your ballot or vote early if you’ll be out of the country on the day. like, IT’S EASY TO VOTE, and the penalty isn’t even that ridiculous. i don’t understand why the usa doesn’t have this, except obviously it would make it harder to literally stop minorities from voting. I think we Americans tend to forget that a lot of other countries don’t actively work to make it harder to vote. Adding to this here, in Australia you don’t have to vote. Or, more precisely, there’s no way they can tell if you ruined your ballot. You have to turn up, get your name marked off, but you can put a line through the ballot if you don’t think any of the candidates are worth voting for. Or do this:  Or this:  Or this:  You have get your name crossed off (if you don’t want to wear the fine), but you don’t have to make your vote counted if you’re opposed to it.  And it is so, so easy to vote. Stuck at work or on holidays? That’s fine. Do a postal vote.  Stuck in hospital? That’s fine. They’ll go to you. Stuck in an old people’s home and can’t get around? Again, they’ll go to you. It’s amazing to me that it’s so hard for so many Americans to actually vote. If you make it compulsory, than at least the government is obligated to provide you with the means to vote.  And look, I get it. Sometimes I don’t want to vote either. But I suck it up, I walk three minutes down the street, and I hope that this year they’re selling lamingtons again. Oh, and I buy a democracy sausage, which, even if all the candidates suck, makes the effort of turning up pretty worthwhile.  ALSO, you can see even on the fucked up ballots that you NUMBER CANDIDATES IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE. There’s no need to calculate whether I would be throwing away my vote on the candidate that I most agree with if they’re not from a major party. I can say, I want that independent person to get in, but if not them, give me Big Party A, and if not them, that minor party person is still better that Big Party B, and I’m not giving any preference to the Lunatic Fringe Party. Our system certainly has some issues still, but I can show up to somewhere nearby, line up for a few minutes (if at all), vote exactly in line with my values (on paper, leaving a paper trail that can be recounted), and then buy a sausage and some home made cupcakes on my way out. A country’s voting system matters a hell of a lot and every citizen deserves one that makes it easy to vote and results in a government that is representational and accountable. And by the way, one time I had a bad asthma flare-up on Election Day and didn’t make it to my polling station. I got my fine in the mail, I filled out the form explaining why I couldn’t vote, no more fine. I would rather have, you know, expressed my preference for who should run my country, but they were cool with the fact that I couldn’t do it that day. I still don’t like the idea that I have to vote if I don’t want to. Why the hell should that be mandatory? Because it forces people to participate in deciding how their country is run, which is a good thing. It also forces the government to hear your opinion, which is a good thing. You can still protest the candidates by throwing away your vote, but then you have to acknowledge the fact that you decided to not to care enough to pick your favorite candidate. “Because it forces people to participate in deciding how their country is run, which is a good thing.”>Implying that we actually have any say in how the country is run
station: lazyshoes:

libertarirynn:

julad:
thisdiscontentedwinter:

salparadisewasright:

sapphicdalliances:

jonpertwee:

hamfistedbunvendor:


jonpertwee:
I feel like this would be a slippery slope towards making it illegal for people to choose to not vote.
that’s already how it is in australia


That’s just so fucked up. :( Do certain medical conditions exempt you?

?????? why is it be fucked up to have compulsory voting? that’s the way it is in most democratic countries? it’s a part of being a citizen, like paying taxes and obeying speed limits? the fine for not voting is only like $50 and because of the compulsory voting law, our country bends over backwards to make it accessible: it’s always on a weekend, lasts most of the day, and is set up at schools and community centers so there’s one within easy reach of almost everybody. you can also mail your ballot or vote early if you’ll be out of the country on the day. like, IT’S EASY TO VOTE, and the penalty isn’t even that ridiculous. i don’t understand why the usa doesn’t have this, except obviously it would make it harder to literally stop minorities from voting.

I think we Americans tend to forget that a lot of other countries don’t actively work to make it harder to vote.

Adding to this here, in Australia you don’t have to vote. Or, more precisely, there’s no way they can tell if you ruined your ballot. You have to turn up, get your name marked off, but you can put a line through the ballot if you don’t think any of the candidates are worth voting for. Or do this: 
Or this: 

Or this: 
You have get your name crossed off (if you don’t want to wear the fine), but you don’t have to make your vote counted if you’re opposed to it. 
And it is so, so easy to vote. Stuck at work or on holidays? That’s fine. Do a postal vote.  Stuck in hospital? That’s fine. They’ll go to you. Stuck in an old people’s home and can’t get around? Again, they’ll go to you. It’s amazing to me that it’s so hard for so many Americans to actually vote. If you make it compulsory, than at least the government is obligated to provide you with the means to vote. 
And look, I get it. Sometimes I don’t want to vote either. But I suck it up, I walk three minutes down the street, and I hope that this year they’re selling lamingtons again. Oh, and I buy a democracy sausage, which, even if all the candidates suck, makes the effort of turning up pretty worthwhile. 

ALSO, you can see even on the fucked up ballots that you NUMBER  CANDIDATES IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE. There’s no need to calculate whether I would be throwing away my vote on the candidate that I most agree with if they’re not from a major party. I can say, I want that independent person to get in, but if not them, give me Big Party A, and if not them, that minor party person is still better that Big Party B, and I’m not giving any preference to the Lunatic Fringe Party. 
Our system certainly has some issues still, but I can show up to somewhere nearby, line up for a few minutes (if at all), vote exactly in line with my values (on paper, leaving a paper trail that can be recounted), and then buy a sausage and some home made cupcakes on my way out. 
A country’s voting system matters a hell of a lot and every citizen deserves one that makes it easy to vote and results in a government that is representational and accountable. 
And by the way, one time I had a bad asthma flare-up on Election Day and didn’t make it to my polling station. I got my fine in the mail, I filled out the form explaining why I couldn’t vote, no more fine. I would rather have, you know, expressed my preference for who should run my country, but they were cool with the fact that I couldn’t do it that day.



I still don’t like the idea that I have to vote if I don’t want to. Why the hell should that be mandatory?


Because it forces people to participate in deciding how their country is run, which is a good thing. It also forces the government to hear your opinion, which is a good thing. You can still protest the candidates by throwing away your vote, but then you have to acknowledge the fact that you decided to not to care enough to pick your favorite candidate. 


“Because it forces people to participate in deciding how their country is run, which is a good thing.”>Implying that we actually have any say in how the country is run

lazyshoes: libertarirynn: julad: thisdiscontentedwinter: salparadisewasright: sapphicdalliances: jonpertwee: hamfistedbunvendor:...

station: julad: thisdiscontentedwinter: salparadisewasright: sapphicdalliances: jonpertwee: hamfistedbunvendor: jonpertwee: I feel like this would be a slippery slope towards making it illegal for people to choose to not vote. that’s already how it is in australia That’s just so fucked up. :( Do certain medical conditions exempt you? ?????? why is it be fucked up to have compulsory voting? that’s the way it is in most democratic countries? it’s a part of being a citizen, like paying taxes and obeying speed limits? the fine for not voting is only like $50 and because of the compulsory voting law, our country bends over backwards to make it accessible: it’s always on a weekend, lasts most of the day, and is set up at schools and community centers so there’s one within easy reach of almost everybody. you can also mail your ballot or vote early if you’ll be out of the country on the day. like, IT’S EASY TO VOTE, and the penalty isn’t even that ridiculous. i don’t understand why the usa doesn’t have this, except obviously it would make it harder to literally stop minorities from voting. I think we Americans tend to forget that a lot of other countries don’t actively work to make it harder to vote. Adding to this here, in Australia you don’t have to vote. Or, more precisely, there’s no way they can tell if you ruined your ballot. You have to turn up, get your name marked off, but you can put a line through the ballot if you don’t think any of the candidates are worth voting for. Or do this:  Or this:  Or this:  You have get your name crossed off (if you don’t want to wear the fine), but you don’t have to make your vote counted if you’re opposed to it.  And it is so, so easy to vote. Stuck at work or on holidays? That’s fine. Do a postal vote.  Stuck in hospital? That’s fine. They’ll go to you. Stuck in an old people’s home and can’t get around? Again, they’ll go to you. It’s amazing to me that it’s so hard for so many Americans to actually vote. If you make it compulsory, than at least the government is obligated to provide you with the means to vote.  And look, I get it. Sometimes I don’t want to vote either. But I suck it up, I walk three minutes down the street, and I hope that this year they’re selling lamingtons again. Oh, and I buy a democracy sausage, which, even if all the candidates suck, makes the effort of turning up pretty worthwhile.  ALSO, you can see even on the fucked up ballots that you NUMBER CANDIDATES IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE. There’s no need to calculate whether I would be throwing away my vote on the candidate that I most agree with if they’re not from a major party. I can say, I want that independent person to get in, but if not them, give me Big Party A, and if not them, that minor party person is still better that Big Party B, and I’m not giving any preference to the Lunatic Fringe Party. Our system certainly has some issues still, but I can show up to somewhere nearby, line up for a few minutes (if at all), vote exactly in line with my values (on paper, leaving a paper trail that can be recounted), and then buy a sausage and some home made cupcakes on my way out. A country’s voting system matters a hell of a lot and every citizen deserves one that makes it easy to vote and results in a government that is representational and accountable. And by the way, one time I had a bad asthma flare-up on Election Day and didn’t make it to my polling station. I got my fine in the mail, I filled out the form explaining why I couldn’t vote, no more fine. I would rather have, you know, expressed my preference for who should run my country, but they were cool with the fact that I couldn’t do it that day. I still don’t like the idea that I have to vote if I don’t want to. Why the hell should that be mandatory?
station: julad:
thisdiscontentedwinter:

salparadisewasright:

sapphicdalliances:

jonpertwee:

hamfistedbunvendor:


jonpertwee:
I feel like this would be a slippery slope towards making it illegal for people to choose to not vote.
that’s already how it is in australia


That’s just so fucked up. :( Do certain medical conditions exempt you?

?????? why is it be fucked up to have compulsory voting? that’s the way it is in most democratic countries? it’s a part of being a citizen, like paying taxes and obeying speed limits? the fine for not voting is only like $50 and because of the compulsory voting law, our country bends over backwards to make it accessible: it’s always on a weekend, lasts most of the day, and is set up at schools and community centers so there’s one within easy reach of almost everybody. you can also mail your ballot or vote early if you’ll be out of the country on the day. like, IT’S EASY TO VOTE, and the penalty isn’t even that ridiculous. i don’t understand why the usa doesn’t have this, except obviously it would make it harder to literally stop minorities from voting.

I think we Americans tend to forget that a lot of other countries don’t actively work to make it harder to vote.

Adding to this here, in Australia you don’t have to vote. Or, more precisely, there’s no way they can tell if you ruined your ballot. You have to turn up, get your name marked off, but you can put a line through the ballot if you don’t think any of the candidates are worth voting for. Or do this: 
Or this: 

Or this: 
You have get your name crossed off (if you don’t want to wear the fine), but you don’t have to make your vote counted if you’re opposed to it. 
And it is so, so easy to vote. Stuck at work or on holidays? That’s fine. Do a postal vote.  Stuck in hospital? That’s fine. They’ll go to you. Stuck in an old people’s home and can’t get around? Again, they’ll go to you. It’s amazing to me that it’s so hard for so many Americans to actually vote. If you make it compulsory, than at least the government is obligated to provide you with the means to vote. 
And look, I get it. Sometimes I don’t want to vote either. But I suck it up, I walk three minutes down the street, and I hope that this year they’re selling lamingtons again. Oh, and I buy a democracy sausage, which, even if all the candidates suck, makes the effort of turning up pretty worthwhile. 

ALSO, you can see even on the fucked up ballots that you NUMBER  CANDIDATES IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE. There’s no need to calculate whether I would be throwing away my vote on the candidate that I most agree with if they’re not from a major party. I can say, I want that independent person to get in, but if not them, give me Big Party A, and if not them, that minor party person is still better that Big Party B, and I’m not giving any preference to the Lunatic Fringe Party. 
Our system certainly has some issues still, but I can show up to somewhere nearby, line up for a few minutes (if at all), vote exactly in line with my values (on paper, leaving a paper trail that can be recounted), and then buy a sausage and some home made cupcakes on my way out. 
A country’s voting system matters a hell of a lot and every citizen deserves one that makes it easy to vote and results in a government that is representational and accountable. 
And by the way, one time I had a bad asthma flare-up on Election Day and didn’t make it to my polling station. I got my fine in the mail, I filled out the form explaining why I couldn’t vote, no more fine. I would rather have, you know, expressed my preference for who should run my country, but they were cool with the fact that I couldn’t do it that day.



I still don’t like the idea that I have to vote if I don’t want to. Why the hell should that be mandatory?

julad: thisdiscontentedwinter: salparadisewasright: sapphicdalliances: jonpertwee: hamfistedbunvendor: jonpertwee: I feel like this...

station: homopower: Mission control: you can come down and return to earth at any time. International Space Station: Naw, we good.
station: homopower:

Mission control: you can come down and return to earth at any time.
International Space Station: Naw, we good.

homopower: Mission control: you can come down and return to earth at any time. International Space Station: Naw, we good.

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station: Someone placing random hand sanitizer station around in public places.
station: Someone placing random hand sanitizer station around in public places.

Someone placing random hand sanitizer station around in public places.

station: Someone placing random hand sanitizer station around in public places.
station: Someone placing random hand sanitizer station around in public places.

Someone placing random hand sanitizer station around in public places.

station: chulacabra: sarlyne: calamitaswrath: wherefore-means-why-not-where: sixpenceeeblog: A train station in Denmark. no this is obviously a horror movie poster promoting a movie about haunted killer trains seeking revenge F̴̛̹͇̗͍̠̦̰̞̜̳̻̹͉̘̻͗̉ͪͣ́́̕͡A̡̹̘͓͉͙̪ͣ͆͐͐ͯ̔́ͤ̽̀H̡̛͉̮̬̙̗̠̑̈̔͋̓͆́́ͮ͗ͩ́ͮ͘͢͝R̝̯͈̪̫͓͔̣͊ͩ̑́ͯ̀ͥ̽̀̀͝͠S̛̙̫̣̥̑̌ͦ̓ͬͯ̍͊̄͂ͮ͆̈́ͦ͛ͣ̏́̕͟C̵̮̲̯͚͔͙̅̏̏̑ͬ͑Hͤͭ̓ͣͮ̌ͤ̑ͫ̅̎̒̏͐̒ͮ̎҉̴͘͏͔̪͔̦̫̬̗̫͙͕̝̻̣̣E̵̸̢̘̰̤̳̺ͣ̂́̊͊͌͟͟Į̵̣͖͇̩͓̩̗͙͖͕̌ͫͦ̽̋ͣ̂ͨͮ̉̍̉̋̊̎̂͛̎͘͞N̏̅ͧ̌ͩ̌ͣ̐̚҉̣̮̗̳̰͎̹̟̰̬̼̝̣̜͢ͅȨ̶̰̦̭̝̩̥̯̺̻̦ͧ̂̓̔͘͝ͅ ̴̸̩̟̮͍̺̤̻͖̮̟̱̟̮͍̮͉̘͖̓͛ͥͤ͊́̽̅̓̆̎̅̿̀͐͆̋͊ͅB̿ͬͨͭ́̕҉̗͔͍̳͔͔̹̖͙͇̞̳̤̝̦͓͈̩͜͠I̷͎̪̥̥̻̭̞̤̣͈͇͕͔ͩ̂͑ͦͬ̕ͅT̢͖̟̰͎͚̹̫̘̦͖̘̪̩͓̟̪͇̰̄̃̉ͦͯ͒̊̽̋̾̔ͤ͟ͅŤ͋̒͏̶̵̱̺̣͉͙̥͔̯̥̥̠̭͕E̝̦̬͙̓ͤ́̈́ͦ͛ͦͦ̓̋̄ͮͫ͋̔ͥ̚͘͜͝ T̷ͪ͑̈ͧͦ͂ͭH̩̊ͯA͇̹͓͍͍̪̔̍̅N̥͕ͯ̍͌́Ķ͙̗̏̒̚ ̻̭̣̦̞̞͗̑Y̻̭O̷̖͌͌̈́ͅͅU̧͍̮̙̠͕̖͊ͨ̌͑ ͕͓̻͖̖͖̒ͭ͡F̣̺̹̆̽Ő͉͇̞̼͎̎͑͌̚Ṟ͙̦̳̤̩̹̌͑̏͠ ͂̽̅ͭͫ̚T̬̃̆̽̐̓̈́̌R̸̰ͧ̿ͦA̲̣̠̓͒ͩ̎ͧ͠V̵͕̣̬̹̝͈͒̒͐È̦̖L͍̤͕Ḷ̵̥I̳̣̮͐ͦN̥͍͖͉̠͔ͥ͑ͪ̐G̠̕ͅ ͖͔̺̳̠̖W̱͚̯ͦ͟I͉͔̠̭͖͚̎̍ͨ̎̍ͭT̘͋̐͆ͦ̉͜H̫͕̗̲ͥ̐̀ ̋͠DE̦̟̭͆̌͞U̽ͦ̌ͪ̚҉̮̭̫̣̝T̥̦͈̔̎ͯ̈́̈́ͯ̚͜S͙͍̐͞C̮̘̦͓̳̗̍͊̑̄͆H̛̖̮ͭ̐ͫͨ̓̇ͣȨ͛ ̬̍̒ͤ̎̃̽Ḇ̻̾͞A̰̩̯̬ͣH̿ͦ͏͚N̵ͬͤ͐ Here’s a theme song for them
station: chulacabra:

sarlyne:

calamitaswrath:

wherefore-means-why-not-where:

sixpenceeeblog:
A train station in Denmark.

no this is obviously a horror movie poster promoting a movie about haunted killer trains seeking revenge


F̴̛̹͇̗͍̠̦̰̞̜̳̻̹͉̘̻͗̉ͪͣ́́̕͡A̡̹̘͓͉͙̪ͣ͆͐͐ͯ̔́ͤ̽̀H̡̛͉̮̬̙̗̠̑̈̔͋̓͆́́ͮ͗ͩ́ͮ͘͢͝R̝̯͈̪̫͓͔̣͊ͩ̑́ͯ̀ͥ̽̀̀͝͠S̛̙̫̣̥̑̌ͦ̓ͬͯ̍͊̄͂ͮ͆̈́ͦ͛ͣ̏́̕͟C̵̮̲̯͚͔͙̅̏̏̑ͬ͑Hͤͭ̓ͣͮ̌ͤ̑ͫ̅̎̒̏͐̒ͮ̎҉̴͘͏͔̪͔̦̫̬̗̫͙͕̝̻̣̣E̵̸̢̘̰̤̳̺ͣ̂́̊͊͌͟͟Į̵̣͖͇̩͓̩̗͙͖͕̌ͫͦ̽̋ͣ̂ͨͮ̉̍̉̋̊̎̂͛̎͘͞N̏̅ͧ̌ͩ̌ͣ̐̚҉̣̮̗̳̰͎̹̟̰̬̼̝̣̜͢ͅȨ̶̰̦̭̝̩̥̯̺̻̦ͧ̂̓̔͘͝ͅ
 
̴̸̩̟̮͍̺̤̻͖̮̟̱̟̮͍̮͉̘͖̓͛ͥͤ͊́̽̅̓̆̎̅̿̀͐͆̋͊ͅB̿ͬͨͭ́̕҉̗͔͍̳͔͔̹̖͙͇̞̳̤̝̦͓͈̩͜͠I̷͎̪̥̥̻̭̞̤̣͈͇͕͔ͩ̂͑ͦͬ̕ͅT̢͖̟̰͎͚̹̫̘̦͖̘̪̩͓̟̪͇̰̄̃̉ͦͯ͒̊̽̋̾̔ͤ͟ͅŤ͋̒͏̶̵̱̺̣͉͙̥͔̯̥̥̠̭͕E̝̦̬͙̓ͤ́̈́ͦ͛ͦͦ̓̋̄ͮͫ͋̔ͥ̚͘͜͝



T̷ͪ͑̈ͧͦ͂ͭH̩̊ͯA͇̹͓͍͍̪̔̍̅N̥͕ͯ̍͌́Ķ͙̗̏̒̚ ̻̭̣̦̞̞͗̑Y̻̭O̷̖͌͌̈́ͅͅU̧͍̮̙̠͕̖͊ͨ̌͑ ͕͓̻͖̖͖̒ͭ͡F̣̺̹̆̽Ő͉͇̞̼͎̎͑͌̚Ṟ͙̦̳̤̩̹̌͑̏͠ ͂̽̅ͭͫ̚T̬̃̆̽̐̓̈́̌R̸̰ͧ̿ͦA̲̣̠̓͒ͩ̎ͧ͠V̵͕̣̬̹̝͈͒̒͐È̦̖L͍̤͕Ḷ̵̥I̳̣̮͐ͦN̥͍͖͉̠͔ͥ͑ͪ̐G̠̕ͅ ͖͔̺̳̠̖W̱͚̯ͦ͟I͉͔̠̭͖͚̎̍ͨ̎̍ͭT̘͋̐͆ͦ̉͜H̫͕̗̲ͥ̐̀ ̋͠DE̦̟̭͆̌͞U̽ͦ̌ͪ̚҉̮̭̫̣̝T̥̦͈̔̎ͯ̈́̈́ͯ̚͜S͙͍̐͞C̮̘̦͓̳̗̍͊̑̄͆H̛̖̮ͭ̐ͫͨ̓̇ͣȨ͛ ̬̍̒ͤ̎̃̽Ḇ̻̾͞A̰̩̯̬ͣH̿ͦ͏͚N̵ͬͤ͐

Here’s a theme song for them

chulacabra: sarlyne: calamitaswrath: wherefore-means-why-not-where: sixpenceeeblog: A train station in Denmark. no this is obviously...

station: Does it count as a space Station?
station: Does it count as a space Station?

Does it count as a space Station?

station: Here’s a picture inside of the busiest railway station ( Howrah Station) in India!
station: Here’s a picture inside of the busiest railway station ( Howrah Station) in India!

Here’s a picture inside of the busiest railway station ( Howrah Station) in India!

station: Here’s a picture inside of the busiest railway station ( Howrah Station) in India!
station: Here’s a picture inside of the busiest railway station ( Howrah Station) in India!

Here’s a picture inside of the busiest railway station ( Howrah Station) in India!

station: Train station in England knows how to properly number its platforms
station: Train station in England knows how to properly number its platforms

Train station in England knows how to properly number its platforms

station: Conan Station
station: Conan Station

Conan Station

station: Danimate-mush 2 Follow The BitterSweet Life @BitterSweetPod Interviewed a little girl this morning that feeds crows and they bring her gifts in return. Here's her collection. tetraghost i wish birds brought ME presents baelgrave No, but think about this. The crows she feeds obviously have their own little lives. They go about their business, and they spot *pretty thing* or lunique thing/ in question. What gets me is that the *first* thing on their minds as recipient of this thing is the little girl that feeds them. They spot a thing, and immediately must think, "that nice girl with delicious foodstuffs must have this to show my gratitude." 2 kedreeva It's actually more than that, though, if you read the articles or watch the videos. This has taken place over YEARS- it started with these birds following this little girl around because she was a messy eater and it has turned into a ritual for the family. They have a water station and food stations where they daily set out things for these birds and sometimes (but not always), these birds leave 'payment behind for the food. BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE These birds are not just taking food and leaving shinies. These birds are watching over this family now. Their lives have become involved. These crows are keeping track of this girl and her mother even when they are out of the yard. How do we know? One of them is a photographer, and one day while she was photographing some stuff on a bridge, she dropped her camera's lenscap over the edge. There was no way she could get it back, so she left it. When she got home, the lenscap was sitting on the edge of one of the feeding stations, waiting for her. Not only were the birds following and watching over her, they were smart enough to realize she dropped an Important Thing and cared enough to bring it back to her. Source: tetraghost #animais #stories #tiny humans #THIS IS ADORABLE 1,268,331 notes Be kind to animals
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 Interviewed a little girl this morning that feeds
 crows and they bring her gifts in return.
 Here's her collection.
 tetraghost
 i wish birds brought ME presents
 baelgrave
 No, but think about this.
 The crows she feeds obviously have their own little lives. They go
 about their business, and they spot *pretty thing* or lunique thing/ in
 question. What gets me is that the *first* thing on their minds as
 recipient of this thing is the little girl that feeds them.
 They spot a thing, and immediately must think, "that nice girl with
 delicious foodstuffs must have this to show my gratitude."
 2 kedreeva
 It's actually more than that, though, if you read the articles or watch
 the videos. This has taken place over YEARS- it started with these
 birds following this little girl around because she was a messy eater
 and it has turned into a ritual for the family. They have a water station
 and food stations where they daily set out things for these birds and
 sometimes (but not always), these birds leave 'payment behind for
 the food.
 BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE
 These birds are not just taking food and leaving shinies. These birds
 are watching over this family now. Their lives have become involved.
 These crows are keeping track of this girl and her mother even when
 they are out of the yard. How do we know?
 One of them is a photographer, and one day while she was
 photographing some stuff on a bridge, she dropped her camera's
 lenscap over the edge. There was no way she could get it back, so
 she left it. When she got home, the lenscap was sitting on the edge
 of one of the feeding stations, waiting for her.
 Not only were the birds following and watching over her, they were
 smart enough to realize she dropped an Important Thing and cared
 enough to bring it back to her.
 Source: tetraghost #animais #stories #tiny humans
 #THIS IS ADORABLE
 1,268,331 notes
Be kind to animals

Be kind to animals

station: Danimate-mush 2 Follow The BitterSweet Life @BitterSweetPod Interviewed a little girl this morning that feeds crows and they bring her gifts in return. Here's her collection. tetraghost i wish birds brought ME presents baelgrave No, but think about this. The crows she feeds obviously have their own little lives. They go about their business, and they spot *pretty thing* or lunique thing/ in question. What gets me is that the *first* thing on their minds as recipient of this thing is the little girl that feeds them. They spot a thing, and immediately must think, "that nice girl with delicious foodstuffs must have this to show my gratitude." 2 kedreeva It's actually more than that, though, if you read the articles or watch the videos. This has taken place over YEARS- it started with these birds following this little girl around because she was a messy eater and it has turned into a ritual for the family. They have a water station and food stations where they daily set out things for these birds and sometimes (but not always), these birds leave 'payment behind for the food. BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE These birds are not just taking food and leaving shinies. These birds are watching over this family now. Their lives have become involved. These crows are keeping track of this girl and her mother even when they are out of the yard. How do we know? One of them is a photographer, and one day while she was photographing some stuff on a bridge, she dropped her camera's lenscap over the edge. There was no way she could get it back, so she left it. When she got home, the lenscap was sitting on the edge of one of the feeding stations, waiting for her. Not only were the birds following and watching over her, they were smart enough to realize she dropped an Important Thing and cared enough to bring it back to her. Source: tetraghost #animais #stories #tiny humans #THIS IS ADORABLE 1,268,331 notes Be kind to animals
station: Danimate-mush
 2 Follow
 The BitterSweet Life
 @BitterSweetPod
 Interviewed a little girl this morning that feeds
 crows and they bring her gifts in return.
 Here's her collection.
 tetraghost
 i wish birds brought ME presents
 baelgrave
 No, but think about this.
 The crows she feeds obviously have their own little lives. They go
 about their business, and they spot *pretty thing* or lunique thing/ in
 question. What gets me is that the *first* thing on their minds as
 recipient of this thing is the little girl that feeds them.
 They spot a thing, and immediately must think, "that nice girl with
 delicious foodstuffs must have this to show my gratitude."
 2 kedreeva
 It's actually more than that, though, if you read the articles or watch
 the videos. This has taken place over YEARS- it started with these
 birds following this little girl around because she was a messy eater
 and it has turned into a ritual for the family. They have a water station
 and food stations where they daily set out things for these birds and
 sometimes (but not always), these birds leave 'payment behind for
 the food.
 BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE
 These birds are not just taking food and leaving shinies. These birds
 are watching over this family now. Their lives have become involved.
 These crows are keeping track of this girl and her mother even when
 they are out of the yard. How do we know?
 One of them is a photographer, and one day while she was
 photographing some stuff on a bridge, she dropped her camera's
 lenscap over the edge. There was no way she could get it back, so
 she left it. When she got home, the lenscap was sitting on the edge
 of one of the feeding stations, waiting for her.
 Not only were the birds following and watching over her, they were
 smart enough to realize she dropped an Important Thing and cared
 enough to bring it back to her.
 Source: tetraghost #animais #stories #tiny humans
 #THIS IS ADORABLE
 1,268,331 notes
Be kind to animals

Be kind to animals