April 17, 2014   135,691 notes

relahvant:

smatter:

guys read the fine print its hilarious

THAT POOR LUCHA LIBRE LIONFISH

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April 17, 2014   105,696 notes

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April 17, 2014   133,080 notes

prollyright:

napping together is my kind of date

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April 16, 2014   13 notes

You and me created something special
You and me always standing at the threshold
Forgive me, I’ve created a monster
The police said that they cannot help your daughter

Sometimes it takes a tough/strong man to hide
Sing it soft just like a lullaby
I’ll fall apart from the inside and die

Kept my faith from the day that you left
With a big old hallelujah carved into my chest
You smothered me in images of death
Don’t play around now, take my life instead

I don’t doubt that everything is what you gave me
but I’ve gotta be frank, and baby
It just wasn’t enough

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10knotes:

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

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April 15, 2014   43 notes
odditiesunsolved:

Located in Pennsylvania, United States, Centralia’s population has dwindled from over 1,000 residents in 1981 to 12 in 2005 and 9 in 2007, as a result of a 45-year-old mine fire burning beneath the town. Attempts to extinguish the fire were unsuccessful. State-wide attention to the fire began to increase, culminating in 1981 when 12-year-old boy fell into a sinkhole 45 metres deep that suddenly opened beneath his feet. He was saved after his older cousin pulled him from the mouth of the hole before he could plunge to his probable death.

The virtually abandoned town also served as the inspiration for the fictional town of Silent Hill.
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odditiesunsolved:

Located in Pennsylvania, United States, Centralia’s population has dwindled from over 1,000 residents in 1981 to 12 in 2005 and 9 in 2007, as a result of a 45-year-old mine fire burning beneath the town. Attempts to extinguish the fire were unsuccessful. State-wide attention to the fire began to increase, culminating in 1981 when 12-year-old boy fell into a sinkhole 45 metres deep that suddenly opened beneath his feet. He was saved after his older cousin pulled him from the mouth of the hole before he could plunge to his probable death.
The virtually abandoned town also served as the inspiration for the fictional town of Silent Hill.
Source.

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April 13, 2014   59 notes
odditiesunsolved:

Indeed, for medical students, it is the pathological samples on display at the Mütter Museum of Human Pathology in Philadelphia, PA that are the most fascinating, for example, the late stages of a disease like a tumor. Luckily such things are quite rare to see in real life, or even in a doctor’s lifetime, so those interested have to visit specialized museums like the Mütter for an in-depth look.

(Above: The cankers of syphilis.) 

According to the guidelines of the 18th century when the Academy of Physicians was founded, Christians could not donate their bodies in the name of science. Thus, the doctors of the time had to find unwilling “volunteers” among those who had no choice: murderers, robbers, thieves, deserters, prostitutes, gypsies and others. Ironically, those once living on the fringes of society got preserved for eternity.
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odditiesunsolved:

Indeed, for medical students, it is the pathological samples on display at the Mütter Museum of Human Pathology in Philadelphia, PA that are the most fascinating, for example, the late stages of a disease like a tumor. Luckily such things are quite rare to see in real life, or even in a doctor’s lifetime, so those interested have to visit specialized museums like the Mütter for an in-depth look.

(Above: The cankers of syphilis.)
 
According to the guidelines of the 18th century when the Academy of Physicians was founded, Christians could not donate their bodies in the name of science. Thus, the doctors of the time had to find unwilling “volunteers” among those who had no choice: murderers, robbers, thieves, deserters, prostitutes, gypsies and others. Ironically, those once living on the fringes of society got preserved for eternity.
Source.

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April 12, 2014   38,419 notes

hreny:

this cartoon was real

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April 11, 2014   66,671 notes

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