two sides of the same coin

Valar morghulis, son. 

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17.04.14
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Aziz Ansari casually shutting it down

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16.04.14
13.04.14

thestarkinwinterfell:

firemadeflesh:

im crying

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13.04.14

anthonybourdain:

Original track by Himanshu Suri for Parts Unknown: Punjab.

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13.04.14
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medicalschool:

Measles At A Rock Concert Goes Viral
If you went to see the Kings of Leon concert on March 28 in Seattle, let’s hope you came home with nothing but great memories.
A young woman at that concert in Seattle has come down with measles, which can be spread for days by a person who’s infected but not yet sick. That’s bad news for the thousands of people who shared the concert hall with her, or were at the many other places she went that week.
And that’s why the Washington State Department of Health has published the unidentified woman’s schedule online.
"The reason we’re doing this is that it’s so highly contagious," says Dr. Jeffrey Duchin, who is chief of communicable disease control for Seattle and King County Public Health, which investigated the measles case. “It can stay in the air for hours after the contagious person has left. If we don’t treat these people, the chain of transmission can continue.”
The young woman became contagious on March 26, after visiting a family with measles cases that were linked to an outbreak in British Columbia. Unaware she was infected, she went to work at a bakery, filled her car up at a gas station, went to the concert, went to Pike Place Market and went out for sushi. All the while she was spreading viruses in the air.
So if you were at the Starbucks at 102 Pike Street between 11:15 a.m. and 2 p.m. on March 29 and you’re not sure if you’re immune to measles, the Washington State Department of Health wants you to see a health care professional immediately. You may be in the market for a quick shot of vaccine or immune globulin.
Continue reading.
Photo: This one’s virus-free: Matthew Followill, Nathan Followill and Caleb Followill of Kings of Leon performed in Los Angeles in December. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Radio.com)

THIS IS WHY YOU GET VACCINES!

medicalschool:

Measles At A Rock Concert Goes Viral

If you went to see the Kings of Leon concert on March 28 in Seattle, let’s hope you came home with nothing but great memories.

A young woman at that concert in Seattle has come down with measles, which can be spread for days by a person who’s infected but not yet sick. That’s bad news for the thousands of people who shared the concert hall with her, or were at the many other places she went that week.

And that’s why the Washington State Department of Health has published the unidentified woman’s schedule online.

"The reason we’re doing this is that it’s so highly contagious," says Dr. Jeffrey Duchin, who is chief of communicable disease control for Seattle and King County Public Health, which investigated the measles case. “It can stay in the air for hours after the contagious person has left. If we don’t treat these people, the chain of transmission can continue.”

The young woman became contagious on March 26, after visiting a family with measles cases that were linked to an outbreak in British Columbia. Unaware she was infected, she went to work at a bakery, filled her car up at a gas station, went to the concert, went to Pike Place Market and went out for sushi. All the while she was spreading viruses in the air.

So if you were at the Starbucks at 102 Pike Street between 11:15 a.m. and 2 p.m. on March 29 and you’re not sure if you’re immune to measles, the Washington State Department of Health wants you to see a health care professional immediately. You may be in the market for a quick shot of vaccine or immune globulin.

Continue reading.

Photo: This one’s virus-free: Matthew Followill, Nathan Followill and Caleb Followill of Kings of Leon performed in Los Angeles in December. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Radio.com)

THIS IS WHY YOU GET VACCINES!

08.04.14
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liezlwashere:

UCB-LA | Space Jam Live Read | 03.23.14

Tonight Jensen Karp and Sean O’Connor got their hands the Space Jam script and enlisted a group of friends to read it in front of a UCB audience.

WHAAAAAT

(Source: Flickr / liezlwashere, via nbaoffseason)

24.03.14
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Trigeminal Nerve-Schema

This is ONE NERVE.

Trigeminal Nerve-Schema

This is ONE NERVE.

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23.03.14
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compoundfractur:

Anatomy engraving from the Iconographic Encyclopaedia of Science, Literature, and Art by Johann Georg Heck.

Literally the bane of my existence right now

compoundfractur:

Anatomy engraving from the Iconographic Encyclopaedia of Science, Literature, and Art by Johann Georg Heck.

Literally the bane of my existence right now

23.03.14
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How NBME Questions are written

whatshouldwecallmedschool:

MRW I see an NBME style question

5 minutes into a Step 1 question block on “All topics, all organ systems”: 

18.03.14
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09.03.14

danharmon:

mitzi—may:

when male writers create “strong female characters” that show hints of feminism without ever calling it feminism.

when said strong female characters go ahead and slut shame and spray hate all over other women.

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I’m still waiting to hear what happens when these crimes are committed by a TV show you’re watching.  

I suppose when these transgressions occur, you eventually rise up above the all-consuming horde and …

….post an animated GIF.  Of a person on a different TV show rolling their eyes.  

It’s a bummer to me that I can broadcast 30 minutes of content through a gauntlet of state and corporate-imposed boundaries and still somehow manage to enrage a real person.

It’s a bummer to me that a real person, without restriction, with nobody policing what they say or how they say it, can sit down to make their voice known, and end up…posting a complaint about a sitcom.  A sitcom on a network that predates our grandparents, from a company that makes stereos, games and phones.

Everything’s a bummer to me, but I try to focus on what makes me happy and what I’m able to control.  Now imagine a GIF of me shitting on your face and tell your parents I said “you’re welcome.”

01.03.14
humansofnewyork:

"A coworker asked for my number the other day. My friends overheard and said: ‘He must have a thing for Indians.’ I was like, ‘Or maybe I’m just really fucking cool.’"

+1

humansofnewyork:

"A coworker asked for my number the other day. My friends overheard and said: ‘He must have a thing for Indians.’ I was like, ‘Or maybe I’m just really fucking cool.’"

+1

01.03.14
gotemcoach:

Bill Russell to LeBron James, via Craig Sager:

Hey, thank you for leaving me off your Mount Rushmore.  I’m glad you did.  Basketball is a team game.  It’s not for individual honors.  
I won back-to-back State Championships in high school, back-to-back NCAA Championships in college.  I won an NBA Championship my first year in the league, an NBA Championship my last year, and nine in between.
And that, Mr. James, is etched in stone.

#GotEmCoach

gotemcoach:

Bill Russell to LeBron James, via Craig Sager:

Hey, thank you for leaving me off your Mount Rushmore.  I’m glad you did.  Basketball is a team game.  It’s not for individual honors. 

I won back-to-back State Championships in high school, back-to-back NCAA Championships in college.  I won an NBA Championship my first year in the league, an NBA Championship my last year, and nine in between.

And that, Mr. James, is etched in stone.

#GotEmCoach

18.02.14