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zodiacsociety:

KAMA SUTRA For Each Zodiac Sign!
How To Seduce Each Zodiac Sign
Zodiac Signs Being Drunk
If Each Zodiac Sign Was a Drug
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zodiacsociety:

KAMA SUTRA For Each Zodiac Sign!
How To Seduce Each Zodiac Sign
Zodiac Signs Being Drunk
If Each Zodiac Sign Was a Drug
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"I’d rather keep cool and strong through the end than let you see an emotional side to me you don’t even deserve."

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- Aquarius (zodiacsociety)

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C&NW - Chicago Passenger Terminal by d.w.davidson on Flickr.
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ereboreanbadger:

Ravenclaw: Do it once you’ve gathered enough relevant information.
Hufflepuff: Do it with integrity.
Slytherin: Do it on your own terms.

Gryffindor: Do it for the vine.

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Source: David Pirmann

nyc-subway:

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Crowd-Sourced Colours: Vienna turns to the people to decide what colour the new U5 line should be
Submitted by Joshua Davidowitz, who says:
Love your blog and always look forward to the next posting! Anyways, I read that in Vienna, the Wiener Linien are doing a vote of whether the new U5 metro line should be in turquoise or pink.
The two options are shown here – turquoise and pink (PDF links), which are also linked to on the above voting page.
What do you think?
As for me, I would go for turquoise over pink. The pink I find most confusing where it terminates at Karlsplatz and there is the transfer to the U1. If it was somewhere else on the line network it might work, but here it seems to blend in to the red of the U1. If they wanted pink as a line color, I might switch it to the U6 (brown).
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Transit Maps says:
Now this is the kind of crowd-sourcing that I like: allowing the people of Vienna to have a say and feel involved in the process of the building of a new U-Bahn line. That said, each colour has its pros and cons for me. As Joshua says, the pink could potentially cause some confusion at Karlsplatz where it meets the Red U1, but pink has much better visual contrast where the U5 runs alongside the green U4.
Interestingly, both colours have very similar values when previewed in Photoshop using colour-blindness proofing settings, so there’s not much of a difference either way there.
In the end, I’d probably opt for turquoise, simply because it helps keep a balance between warm and cool colours on the map.
What do you think (answers enabled)?

transitmaps:

Crowd-Sourced Colours: Vienna turns to the people to decide what colour the new U5 line should be

Submitted by Joshua Davidowitz, who says:

Love your blog and always look forward to the next posting! Anyways, I read that in Vienna, the Wiener Linien are doing a vote of whether the new U5 metro line should be in turquoise or pink.

The two options are shown here – turquoise and pink (PDF links), which are also linked to on the above voting page.

What do you think?

As for me, I would go for turquoise over pink. The pink I find most confusing where it terminates at Karlsplatz and there is the transfer to the U1. If it was somewhere else on the line network it might work, but here it seems to blend in to the red of the U1. If they wanted pink as a line color, I might switch it to the U6 (brown).

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Transit Maps says:

Now this is the kind of crowd-sourcing that I like: allowing the people of Vienna to have a say and feel involved in the process of the building of a new U-Bahn line. That said, each colour has its pros and cons for me. As Joshua says, the pink could potentially cause some confusion at Karlsplatz where it meets the Red U1, but pink has much better visual contrast where the U5 runs alongside the green U4.

Interestingly, both colours have very similar values when previewed in Photoshop using colour-blindness proofing settings, so there’s not much of a difference either way there.

In the end, I’d probably opt for turquoise, simply because it helps keep a balance between warm and cool colours on the map.

What do you think (answers enabled)?

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marmarinou:

Milwaukee Road passenger train leaving Chicago Union Station.
Date and photographer unknown, MILW 94A was a EMD F9A built in 1954, and this is the original paint scheme, so this photo is probably from the late 1950s.

marmarinou:

Milwaukee Road passenger train leaving Chicago Union Station.

Date and photographer unknown, MILW 94A was a EMD F9A built in 1954, and this is the original paint scheme, so this photo is probably from the late 1950s.

(Source: allposters.com)