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Backlash after comedian tweets Ten Rape Prevention Tips for attackers

Sarah Silverman's 10 Tips to Prevent Rape for attackers unleashes a barrage of 'man-splaining' on Twitter. Goddamn this woman hits the heart of the matter - of course Daily Mail ends this with a list of Silverman's relationship history *massive eyeroll*

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A cheeky polar bear sticks out her tongue at Amsterdam Zoo. Photographer Lars van de Goor said: 'I was taking pictures of the animals and noticed this polar bear. I spent half an hour running from left to right, repositioning myself time and time again to get myself into the right position. Then she finally looked straight into my camera and stuck her tongue out.'

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from Dummies of the Year

Maybe if I Stick My Tongue Out He'll Get the Hint

Maybe if I Stick My Tongue Out He’ll Get the Hint

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No, I WON'T smile for you! The cute baby gorilla who thinks she’s a cheeky monkey

Being cute is all very well, but perhaps Atinbi the baby gorilla has had enough adulation for one day, sticking her tongue out at admirers at the Limbe Wildlife Centre in Cameroon. Many of the primates at the centre have been orphaned by poachers, but Atinbi was born there after her mother was given refuge.

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Science Photo Library photos of the week

Surface of a human tongue. I saw this and I thought wouldn't it be fun to have lots of these pics and have the kids guess what they were as as part of a Grossology program?

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"The human mind is not capable of grasping the Universe. We are like a little child entering a huge library. The walls are covered to the ceilings with books in many different tongues. The child knows that someone must have written these books. It does not know who or how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. But the child notes a definite plan in the arrangement of the books — a mysterious order which it does not comprehend, but only dimly suspects."—Albert…

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Speaking for Animals :: <P>For thousands of years, in the myths and folktales of people around the world, animals have spoken in human tongues. Western and non-Western literary and folkloric traditions are filled with both speaking animals, some of whom even narrate or write their own autobiographies. Animals speak, famously, in children’s stories and in cartoons and films, and today, social networking sites and blogs are both sites in which animals—primarily pets—write about their...