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wedontneedtobreathe:

You’re not a teacher Ned! You’re a cross dressing, blood sucking, Incubus from maggot death, that’s the real you!

wedontneedtobreathe:

You’re not a teacher Ned! You’re a cross dressing, blood sucking, Incubus from maggot death, that’s the real you!

the-true-perfect-storm:

Esao Andrews’ most recent art exhibit at the Jonathan Levine Art Gallery in New York City. Some of the most beautiful paintings I have ever seen.

Yo thats hole 8 of my home course. Bradford. #CharlotteDiscGolf

Yo thats hole 8 of my home course. Bradford. #CharlotteDiscGolf

thisis4mathilda:

lol wish we’d got to see pizza guy’s story

thisis4mathilda:

lol wish we’d got to see pizza guy’s story

justinkilgannon:

inthekeywork:

skunkandburningtires:

(x)

well when he just so happens to be a medical professional who can help, and all the rest are uneducated, it needs to happen. Color should NOT be a representation of why he was given a cure.

I could be wrong, but I personally interpret this piece as calling out the hypocrisy in this new wave of Ebola based fear/conspiracy theory that’s sweeping America now that it actually effects us, when multiple thousands of people have died in Africa and it’s gone for the most part completely unrecognized.
While you’re just as entitled to your opinion as I am to mine, I personally find issue with the fact that if we indeed have the capabilities to treat/cure Ebola, it makes no sense as to why all of the victims couldn’t be treated, either american or anywhere else on the planet, I can see how being of use in helping would take priority but it’s absolutely ridiculous that the others couldn’t get treated while those of higher priority obviously would warrant more attention, at least then they could say they tried.
I do however believe that people are putting too much into the race basket instead of the fact that before anyone is black, white, Latino, etc, etc, they are human.
I really hope this isn’t taken as me trying to talk down or trying to be an ass, it’s just my opinion.

Being a professional, respectful person, I understand that this is a conversation not an argument.
That’s an interesting way to look at this piece, I never thought to interpret it that way.
However, the reason only a few people have been saved is that the cure isn’t able to be mass produced yet. The cure is a blend of proteins that stop the virus from enter your cells to reproduce, it’s called zmapp. They use tobacco plants to produce the protein. The company that makes the drug, has yet found a effective way to mass produce, so only small amounts of the drug are available. I’m sure the company will send out as much as they can when they can, since the demand is there, however the supply just isn’t, and saving educated medical professionals is first priority. Also a country must worry about its own population first, although there is way more to worry about in this country than ebola.

justinkilgannon:

inthekeywork:

skunkandburningtires:

(x)

well when he just so happens to be a medical professional who can help, and all the rest are uneducated, it needs to happen. Color should NOT be a representation of why he was given a cure.

I could be wrong, but I personally interpret this piece as calling out the hypocrisy in this new wave of Ebola based fear/conspiracy theory that’s sweeping America now that it actually effects us, when multiple thousands of people have died in Africa and it’s gone for the most part completely unrecognized.

While you’re just as entitled to your opinion as I am to mine, I personally find issue with the fact that if we indeed have the capabilities to treat/cure Ebola, it makes no sense as to why all of the victims couldn’t be treated, either american or anywhere else on the planet, I can see how being of use in helping would take priority but it’s absolutely ridiculous that the others couldn’t get treated while those of higher priority obviously would warrant more attention, at least then they could say they tried.

I do however believe that people are putting too much into the race basket instead of the fact that before anyone is black, white, Latino, etc, etc, they are human.

I really hope this isn’t taken as me trying to talk down or trying to be an ass, it’s just my opinion.

Being a professional, respectful person, I understand that this is a conversation not an argument.

That’s an interesting way to look at this piece, I never thought to interpret it that way.

However, the reason only a few people have been saved is that the cure isn’t able to be mass produced yet. The cure is a blend of proteins that stop the virus from enter your cells to reproduce, it’s called zmapp. They use tobacco plants to produce the protein. The company that makes the drug, has yet found a effective way to mass produce, so only small amounts of the drug are available. I’m sure the company will send out as much as they can when they can, since the demand is there, however the supply just isn’t, and saving educated medical professionals is first priority. Also a country must worry about its own population first, although there is way more to worry about in this country than ebola.

skunkandburningtires:

(x)

well when he just so happens to be a medical professional who can help, and all the rest are uneducated, it needs to happen. Color should NOT be a representation of why he was given a cure.

skunkandburningtires:

(x)

well when he just so happens to be a medical professional who can help, and all the rest are uneducated, it needs to happen. Color should NOT be a representation of why he was given a cure.

sluttyoliveoil:

pussy game unstoppable

sluttyoliveoil:

pussy game unstoppable

clvbpenguin:

it’s ok i have a condom

clvbpenguin:

it’s ok i have a condom

resurrection-island:

Michael Cera contemplates life as he stares of into the distance and possessively carries a cactus

resurrection-island:

Michael Cera contemplates life as he stares of into the distance and possessively carries a cactus

bustin-makesmefeelgood:

that-big-gay-impala:

anglosexual:

pleassse-no:

hotdogcephalopod:

mmm, hey bby i saw ur post

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and i thought i’d…

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help you out

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if u know what i mean

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you like?

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hmm?

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here we go

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oH GOD

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I ‘M ST UCK

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THIS ISN’T HOW I WANT TO DIE

Huh.

do you ever forget there are people you know on this site

Marry me

pleatedjeans:

HURR HURR I’M A DOG [x]

pleatedjeans:

HURR HURR I’M A DOG [x]