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tmntmaster:

Shredder’s new second-in-comand may have been taken by a Kraathatrogon, but is that really the end of him? According to the production art above, there might be an eye patch in his future…

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fastcompany:

Ever wondered why lego mini-figures have holes in their heads? Is it to match the bricks? To snap on hats? Nope. In reality, they have been designed to allow air to pass through if lodged in a child’s throat.

[Image: Lego Men, Meg via Flickr, Rhysllwyd via Flickr]

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The first of many future first days. My mini me is growing up so quickly. Here’s to a day of fun Isabella Riley. #theygrowupsofast

The first of many future first days. My mini me is growing up so quickly. Here’s to a day of fun Isabella Riley. #theygrowupsofast

I bet where you work is not as gorgeous as where I work! #akroncivic #historic

I bet where you work is not as gorgeous as where I work! #akroncivic #historic

When someone incorrectly identifies one of Chickering’s 7 Vectors

New soup, great tastes, still convenient!

pbsparents:

Our thoughts go out to the victims and those injured at the Boston Marathon, as well as their families and friends. Such a horrible tragedy. Here are some tips for talking to kids about scary news:
1. Mister Rogers on scary news: http://www.pbs.org/parents/rogers/special/scarynews.html
2. Dr. Rosemarie Truglio, VP of Research and Education at Sesame Workshop on how to answer children’s questions about scary news: http://www.pbs.org/parents/theparentshow/how-to-handle-childrens-questions-about-scary-news/
3. Strategies for talking to kids about the news: http://www.pbs.org/parents/talkingwithkids/news/talking.html

pbsparents:

Our thoughts go out to the victims and those injured at the Boston Marathon, as well as their families and friends. Such a horrible tragedy. Here are some tips for talking to kids about scary news:

1. Mister Rogers on scary news: http://www.pbs.org/parents/rogers/special/scarynews.html

2. Dr. Rosemarie Truglio, VP of Research and Education at Sesame Workshop on how to answer children’s questions about scary news: http://www.pbs.org/parents/theparentshow/how-to-handle-childrens-questions-about-scary-news/

3. Strategies for talking to kids about the news: http://www.pbs.org/parents/talkingwithkids/news/talking.html