Unfortunately I had to work on Sunday so couldn’t join Ali to go strawberry picking in Spandau. He stopped by the cafe on his way though, by which time there were guests sitting outside. I think he enjoyed having an audience while having his photo taken, and perhaps this inspired his variation on the normal pose!
This is also the first appearance of the tie that I gave Ali for his 84th birthday a couple of weeks ago.
Amazing bust of Lincoln. Wow!!
Because we’re still completely blown away, even after our first post about it 4 months ago, here’s a slightly different look at veteran Hollywood special effects artist Kazuhiro Tsuji’s incredibly awesome bust of Abraham Lincoln.
Wow!! What happened, MJ?! Kenny Rogers is NOT Allen Iverson
Since we launched our first sponsored post on Tumblr Radar one year ago, we’ve been proud to see our partners bring their most creative work to Tumblr. Their posts have already earned more than 10 million likes and reblogs.
Today, we’ll start to bring sponsored posts to your Dashboard on the web. Just like in our mobile apps, these posts will simply blend in with the posts from the blogs you follow.
Now back to your regularly scheduled Dashboard!
Tumblr is bringing supported posts to your Dashboard. What are your thoughts?
I’m definitely not liking this, but Cash Rules, right?!
Fools! Your $100M security apparatus is no match for Drunken Jet-Ski Man.
#6. Partying Jet Skier Defeats $100 Million Security System
In 2012, Daniel Casillo was enjoying a nighttime jet ski outing in New York City’s Jamaica Bay when he ran out of fuel. Stranded in the middle of the bay, Casillo had no choice but swim to shore. Unfortunately, the closest shore happened to be the one that bordered John F. Kennedy International Airport.
JFK’s first line of defense was an 8-foot barbed wire fence, which Casillo managed to scale without any problem. He then channeled his inner James Bond and crossed two active runways while unintentionally thwarting a number of motion detectors and surveillance cameras. Next, he walked right up to the damn terminal and probably could have even boarded a flight if he hadn’t finally been spotted by an airport staffer. At this point, JFK staff freaked the fuck out and cancelled 100 flights as a result of one confused man toddling around the runaway armed with nothing but a life jacket and poor life choices.
It’s a choice confronting more than 180 native communities in Alaska, which are flooding and losing land because of the ice melt that is part of the changing climate.In a special three part series on the imminent crisis, the Guardian has visited Newtok and spoken to the villagers, politicians and climate scientists about their plight. You can
The Guardian covers “climate refugees” in America.