me: what are taxes and how do I pay them?
school system: worry not
school system: mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell

skype calls

: what
: what
: huh
: what
: you froze
: ok you're good
: no i couldn't hear you
: you were breaking up
: what


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charmeleon:

I made him a little kitty snow fort and I think he likes it as much as I do

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peace-be-dreams:

costumeantique:

Love this dress…

Queennnn

peace-be-dreams:

costumeantique:

Love this dress…

Queennnn

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emergentfutures:

Doctors Without Borders Evolves as It Forms the Vanguard in Ebola Fight

“We decided to scale up; we decided to do things we’ve never done before,” said Dr. Joanne Liu, the international president of the group, which is also known as Médecins Sans Frontières, or M.S.F.
The group decided long ago that it could not depend on governments and other institutions, so it built a global infrastructure that sustains a robust supply chain to the field, like that of a far-flung army.
Its state-of-the-art supply depot in Brussels, for example, has sent hundreds of thousands of masks, protective suits, large tents and medical supplies to West Africa in recent months, getting them on the ground within 24 hours. To overcome obstacles, the Brussels logistics team is innovating — developing field tents rigged so workers do not get overheated, retrofitting body bags to absorb infectious fluids and seeking fast ways to dry wet boots that must be regularly disinfected.

Full Story: NYT

emergentfutures:

Doctors Without Borders Evolves as It Forms the Vanguard in Ebola Fight

“We decided to scale up; we decided to do things we’ve never done before,” said Dr. Joanne Liu, the international president of the group, which is also known as Médecins Sans Frontières, or M.S.F.

The group decided long ago that it could not depend on governments and other institutions, so it built a global infrastructure that sustains a robust supply chain to the field, like that of a far-flung army.

Its state-of-the-art supply depot in Brussels, for example, has sent hundreds of thousands of masks, protective suits, large tents and medical supplies to West Africa in recent months, getting them on the ground within 24 hours. To overcome obstacles, the Brussels logistics team is innovating — developing field tents rigged so workers do not get overheated, retrofitting body bags to absorb infectious fluids and seeking fast ways to dry wet boots that must be regularly disinfected.

Full Story: NYT


conversantaparade:

oh my gosh you guys

today in art 120, my intro to design class

our professor asked us to ‘draw a picture of a creature riding a bike’ to get to know us

and when he said creature I thought he meant like, monster, that kind of thing

and about a minute in I look around

and the three other people at my table have drawn an elephant, a squirrel, and another elephant, respectively

and I’ve drawn

A HUMAN CENTIPEDE RIDING A BICYCLE

image

HOW WAS I SUPPOSED TO KNOW

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