I suspect genetics plays a role


I suspect genetics plays a role

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Adults complaining about the younger generation are really just saying their generation did a shitty job raising their kids.

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whoever invents headphones that are comfortable to sleep in will get so rich


[SleepPhones] are headphones wrapped in a padded fleece headband. I have a pair, and they’re quite nice.

Get out of here……

So I guess I managed to leave the link out of that post, sorry!

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logic at its finest

This is stupid though ‘cuz she’s headed for the door. He’s going further into the elevator. Even if the door isn’t open, there’s still a bit of a ledge near the door that you could stand on while bracing yourself against the railing. Once the door opens, you’d be in a good spot to exit via the door as well. What she’s going for is smarter than what he’s doing.

Also she clings to the rail, he throws his hands up. If he were to fall, he’d have nothing to hang on to, she’d at least be able to hold herself up by the rail

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(likes boys but isn’t happy about it)

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Actually it’s been proven that our brain restricts our muscles unconsciously due to the fact that our muscles are powerful enough to rip themselves from our bones by tearing ligaments and the like if they ever contracted at full strength. Sources I’ve seen say roughly only a third of your true muscle strength is usable at any one time no matter how hard you exert yourself.

There have been reports of women lifting cars to save children and people lifting half-ton chunks of rock (it was only an inch or two in the report I saw, but it freed him from being tumbled off of a rock face by letting it slide over him while he lifted).

The human body is more amazing than most people have come to learn yet. 

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CNN has obtained a video, taken shortly after Michael Brown was shot, that shows a contractor who had been working near the shooting site describing the incident in a manner that matches other eyewitness testimony—raising his arms and shouting “man, he was going like this,” as if to suggest that Brown had adopted a posture of surrender before he died.

Two contractors are shown in the video, and both have spoken to CNN; one also spoke previously to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and one to Fox affiliate KTVI. The individual who is shouting and raising his arms in in the video told CNN that “the cop didn’t say get on the ground. He just kept shooting.” The other said that he saw officer Darren Wilson “chasing” Brown, that Wilson fired a shot at Brown while Brown’s back was turned, and that Brown raised his hands before he died, though it’s not clear at what point the witness saw Brown’s hands raised. (For what it’s worth, it seems like the worker who spoke to KTVI is the one wearing a pink shirt in the video and that the worker who spoke to the Post-Dispatch is wearing a green shirt.)

The CNN account notes that the workers are not from Ferguson and did not know the Brown family—a detail that could increase their perceived objectivity vis a vis witnesses from Brown’s neighborhood.

33 Days since Mike Brown’s murder, and his killer, Darren Wilson, is still a free man. How much more evidence is needed to make a fucking arrest?!  #farfromover #staywoke #ArrestDarrenWilson 

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hello darkness my old friend

he waiting

this is like the kinda photo you find on the ground in an abandoned hospital

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Peach’s panties were deemed to risque for a young audience in the 3DS version of Super Smash Bros. Instead, children playing the game will be welcomed to T H E V O I D

well well children, welcome to the void


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