Lazos amarillos en Mauthausen
Going to change how the account media tab works in the web UI. 3 items per row instead of 2, and click will open the media modal instead of navigating to the status. I think that will be more convenient.
Good morning lovely Fediversians!
It's Workers' Day today, so enjoy and defend your rights.
It's also a great day to remember that exactly a century ago a general strike forced the Spanish government to set the 8 hour working day by law.
Nuestro estado de ánimo es una parodia. XD
#2142 "Dangerous Fields"
Eventually, every epidemiologist becomes another statistic, a dedication to record-keeping which their colleagues sincerely appreciate.
Revealed: the Trump-linked ‘Super PAC’ working behind the scenes to drive Europe’s voters to the far right
openDemocracy undercover investigation reveals ‘explosive’ evidence of ‘extraordinary coordination’ between controversial Madrid campaign group and far-right parties across Europe.
@josemanuel Tienes más paciencia que yo.
Tengo una sobrina de 6 años. La cosa más caríñosa y dulce que puedas encontrar.
Ayer fuimos a visitar una catedral, les dijimos a los enanos que estuviesen callados, y le expliqué a mi sobrina lo que era el púlpito.
Al cabo de un rato, la niña le susurra al oido a su abuelo (mi padre). "Te imaginas que alguien se sube ahí arriba [el púlpito], se baja los pantalones y se pone a cagar?"
Mi padre se tuvo que salir de la catedral, de la risa.
'El candidato de Vox a la alcaldía de Badajoz se presentó en 2007 y 2011 con el partido neonazi Democracia Nacional'
A bit more than a week ago I posted a comment implicitly mentioning, not in a good manner, a catalan politician who is against separatism.
The comment of a "left wing" catalan nationalist, here in mastodon, was: "[this politician] is not catalan, he is a spaniard who was born and lives in Catalonia"
In which kind of world can you say something like that and still think you are not right winged?
32000 years ago, during the last ice age, an Arctic ground squirrel was gathering food, which it took back to its burrow. That squirrel never ate all of the fruit and seeds it stashed, and so they stayed there, buried under the Arctic permafrost. Forgotten.
Until the squirrel's ancient home was discovered by a group of Russian scientists. The research team managed to grow 36 plants from those ancient seeds. Here's one of them – an ancient type of campion (Silene stenophylla).
Ecologist, scientist, nudist. "It's not the events that upset us, but our judgments about the events"
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