C.U. Around: October 2013
Cornell University through your eyes. A snapshot of life on the hill from the Cornell community during October 2013. Share your own photos of Cornell by using #Cornell on Instagram!
Sunny and Hailey’s Thanksgiving Running Gear Giveaway!!
Hey guys! Sunny and I are so thankful for our followers we decided to do a Thanksgiving giveaway! Here are the rules:
- MBF both me (hailey-lives) and Sunny (sunnystrong). WE WILL CHECK.
- You may reblog as many times as you’d like between now and Thanksgiving (November 28)
- We will pick a winner on Thanksgiving day
- Likes are not counted
Here’s what you get!
One lucky winner will receive one pair of shoes of their choice. Brands available to select from are Asics, Brooks, Saucony, Scott, On, Newton, Altra, Hoka, Mizuno, Salomon, Merrel, and New Balance. They will also receive a Buff headband, two pairs of Balega socks and an assortment of running food goodies (Vespa, PowerGel, Clif Shot Blocks, Hammer Gel, nuun, Sports Beans and Infinit)
Good luck and happy reblogging!
MBF = must be following for those who have asked :)
Oh damn what a sick giveaway I would totes love to win all this stuff!!
Oh wait but I can’t cause I’m sponsoring it so….
REBLOG YOUR HEARTS OUT FOR ALL THIS FREE WONDERFUL GEAR!
my english teacher said ecstasy to her is pumpkin coffee and sylvia plath like ugh she is me
Tashirojima (Cat Island) - Ishinomaki, Japan
On the island of Tashirojima, the cats outnumber people, and the people like it that way.
It’s no accident that the cats who inhabit Tashirojima, or what has become known as “Cat Island,” in Japan have come to be the island’s primary residents. Cats have long been thought by the locals to represent luck and good fortune, and doubly so if you feed and care for them. Thus, the cats are treated like kings, and although most are feral because keeping them as “pets” is generally considered inappropriate, they are well-fed and well-cared-for.
Despite this, luck and fortune hasn’t exactly come to the human residents of “Cat Island.” In the last 50 years, the human population of the island has dwindled from 1,000 to fewer than 100. As more and more people have shunned the island as it became dominated by felines, the people that have remained have become ever more protective of the cats. Currently, dogs are not allowed on the island to protect the well-being of the cats – and presumably any dog foolish enough to venture onto an island full of feral cats.
Find out how to visit Tashirojima (Cat Island) on Atlas Obscura…