鳳凰院凶真

Tengo 26 y soy estudiante de ciencias de cómputos en una universidad técnica con un poco de fama que se encuentra en el sureste de los EU. En mi tiempo libre lucho por la justicia cósmica; soy un rebelde con muchas causas!!! ;)
sunfoundation:

Earth Day rhetoric: Some fun (?) facts, via National Journal
1. Usage of the term “Earth Day” by Congress has waxed and waned during the last decade-and-a-half.
2. In recent years, it’s been a pretty partisan breakdown.   
3. Case in point: No Republicans have uttered the words “Earth Day” on the House or Senate floor since 2010.
This viz uses Sunlight’s Capitol Words tool. Check it out!

sunfoundation:

Earth Day rhetoric: Some fun (?) facts, via National Journal

1. Usage of the term “Earth Day” by Congress has waxed and waned during the last decade-and-a-half.

2. In recent years, it’s been a pretty partisan breakdown.   

3. Case in point: No Republicans have uttered the words “Earth Day” on the House or Senate floor since 2010.

This viz uses Sunlight’s Capitol Words tool. Check it out!

atlurbanist:

Broad Street in the rain today, Downtown Atlanta

atlurbanist:

Broad Street in the rain today, Downtown Atlanta

Gabriel García Márquez, Literary Pioneer, Dies at 87 - NYTimes.com

Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian novelist whose “One Hundred Years of Solitude” established him as a giant of 20th-century literature, died on Thursday at his home in Mexico City. He was 87.

His death was confirmed by Cristóbal Pera, his former editor at Random House.

Mr. García Márquez, who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, wrote fiction rooted in a mythical Latin American landscape of his own creation, but his appeal was universal. His books were translated into dozens of languages. He was among a select roster of canonical writers — Dickens, Tolstoy and Hemingway among them — who were embraced both by critics and by a mass audience.

“Each new work of his is received by expectant critics and readers as an event of world importance,” the Swedish Academy of Letters said in awarding him the Nobel.

(Source: fylatinamericanhistory)