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RT @3amfeels: Apologizing doesn't always mean you're wrong and the other person is right. It means you value your relationship more than your ego.

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11 Portraits of Melting Ice Pops | Chicago magazine | Politics & City Life June 2014

11 Portraits of Melting Ice Pops

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Ice cream falling on the ground is a beautiful, tragic, yet funny thing

This ice cube tray. | 28 Geeky Items Every Batman Fan Needs....If anyone ever wants to get me a gift...most of these I'd be happy with hint hint lol

28 Geeky Items Every Batman Fan Needs

Hopefully E wants a batman party Batman Ice Cube Tray. Here’s a fun geek party trick: Freeze tonic water in your Batman Ice Cube Tray. The quinine in tonic water will cause the bats to glow blue under black light.

The city of LENINGRAD BLOCKADE.Way of life on the ice of Lake Ladoga. The ice is already melting, but the brave truckers carrying and carrying bread in besieged Leningrad. March 1942.

Way of life. By the melting ice driven bread in the besieged Leningrad.

Life is short for some...  Melting Men is a series of art installations from the Minimum Monument project created by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo. Since 2005, Azevedo has been setting up her Melting Men in various countries around the world. Although originally intended as a critic of the role of monuments in cities, environmentalists around the world are adopting her work as climate change art.    Usually the spectators help Nele to put the ice figures in place. Depending on the venue…

Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo created hundreds of sitting figures out of ice. The installation lasted till the last one melted in the heat of the day.

New York Times - "by the year 2000, the atmosphere and weather will grow warmer by several degrees and life – animal, plant, human – will be threatened. The experts say that melting ice caps, flooded cities, droughts in the corn belt and famine"

New York Times - "by the year the atmosphere and weather will grow warmer by several degrees and life – animal, plant, human – will be threatened. The experts say that melting ice caps, flooded cities, droughts in the corn belt and famine"

A water drop falls off an ice sculpture outside the Alberta Avenue Community League hall as warm temperatures melted snow and ice on Jan. 15, 2013. The city of Edmonton broke a temperature record with the high reaching 8 C. Photo by Larry Wong/Edmonton Journal #recordtemp #winter #yeg #alberta #canada #melt #ice #water #weather @ejlensmen

A water drop falls off an ice sculpture outside the Alberta Avenue Community League hall as warm temperatures melted snow and ice on Jan. The city of Edmonton broke a temperature record with the high reaching 8 C. Photo by Larry Wong/Edmonton Journal

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