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kidofmischief:

Dad was teasing me cause I’m watching a Let’s Play while I sew, and he was like "I can’t believe you’re so bored you watch other people play games"

and I said “I can’t believe you’re so bored you watch other people play football”

and mom started laughing from the other room

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{ so green it almost hurts }
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elenamorelli:

{ so green it almost hurts }

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markruffalo:


Across the nation, American businesses, families, and communities are embracing clean, renewable energy that is homegrown, healthy, and can never run out. By finding alternatives to fossil fuels that pollute our air and disrupt our climate, they are showcasing the single most practical way to tackle climate change, starting now. Companies including General Motors, Walmart, Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Crayola and Google are putting in solar and wind farms to run operations, and finding that clean energy is good for business. 
Schools from Virginia to Nebraska to Alaska are generating their own clean renewable energy, saving money while helping young people in their communities breathe more easily.


Thanks to Huffington Post for featuring my article on Clean Energy. You can read all of it HERE.
Sep 17, 2014 / 1,259 notes

markruffalo:


Across the nation, American businesses, families, and communities are embracing clean, renewable energy that is homegrown, healthy, and can never run out. By finding alternatives to fossil fuels that pollute our air and disrupt our climate, they are showcasing the single most practical way to tackle climate change, starting now. 

Companies including General Motors, Walmart, Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Crayola and Google are putting in solar and wind farms to run operations, and finding that clean energy is good for business.

Schools from Virginia to Nebraska to Alaska are generating their own clean renewable energy, saving money while helping young people in their communities breathe more easily.

Thanks to Huffington Post for featuring my article on Clean Energy. You can read all of it HERE.

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Meet Ai-jen Poo, the domestic workers advocate who just won a MacArthur grant

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On Tuesday, the MacArthur Foundation announced this year’s MacArthur Fellows — 21 creative individuals who receive a no-strings-attached cash sum to advance their projects. 

One fellow, Ai-jen Poo, has spent years working to advance the rights of domestic workers in the US. 

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Read more about Ai-jen Poo  at Fusion.net

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