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May 31 2015

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sopranish:

blackbarmitzvahs:

Can you imagine the conversation though?

Queen: I’m going

Chief of Staff: But, Your Majesty, the security risks…

Queen: I’m going I want cake 

Chief of Staff:

Queen: 

Chief of Staff: 

Queen: I want cake


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May 27 2015

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silentcartoon:

swampgallows:

wooliest:

?????

this is the most Acme image i’ve seen in my life

[Looney Tunes theme plays in the distance]

May 25 2015

19:40

50shadesofgrell:

just-shower-thoughts:

If you rip a hole in a net, there’s actually fewer holes in it than it was before

image
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blondebombshellescort:

yearofwomen:

MAY 21 - NICOLE TICEA

At just fifteen years old, Vancouver high school student Nicole Ticea developed an early-stage HIV test that’s as easy to use as an over-the-counter pregnancy test. Unlike current rapid response tests which rely on testing antibodies, Ticea utilized a technique known as isothermic nucleic acid amplification, making it possible to detect the virus as early as one week after infection. The disposable device does not rely on electricity, provides results in under one hour and should cost less than $5.00 to produce.

“Nicole’s work really made me realize what a big difference a fast easy-to-administer test for early stage HIV infection could make in prolonging, if not saving, thousands of lives in developing countries,” said Gursev Anmole, the graduate student mentor who assisted Nicole on her research at Simon Fraser University.

Ticea was recently awarded the 2015 Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award for her groundbreaking work. After starting her own company, she received a $100,000 grant to continue developing this technology in the hopes of bringing it to low-income communities in need.

This is amazing!

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May 19 2015

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southparkconservative:

xboxoutmattswindow:

we have a pig and 2 pit bulls and let me tell you that pig does not know its not a dog like honestly it’s ‘barks’ when the dogs bark and plays with them in the dirt and they sleep together in the same bed. pigs don’t care man they have things to do and friends to make

LOVE THIS !

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-imaginarythoughts-:

lolexpress:

When a body part falls asleep

This is the best gif to depict that feeling

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motionjessinwhite:

if I don’t reblog this assume I’m dead

ekelias
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May 18 2015

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kittykat8311:

frezarion:

my favorite part about this is how the helmet shifts up to make him look surprised

this is completely relevant to all of my interests

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