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That moment when you find your next door neighbor’s reddit handle.

Somewhat relevant to today.

On top of all that, now my jacket zipper refuse to do its work.

God damn it all. 

Today might be the first time that I regarded a kid as a “little shit” in a non-affectionate way.

This kid knew that crying would always lead to getting things his way. Every time I tried to but property in Monopoly, he’d cry and throw a tantrum fit but once I agree to his demands, he stops abruptly and goes on to not buy the properties that he said he was gonna buy.

Yeah, I know. He’s a seven year old and most of his actions are somewhat age appropriate, but he knowingly causes a scene whenever tells him no. God damn do I hate that kind of manipulation.

Holy fuck. I got manipulated by a squirrel and a seven year old today. Jesus, this is a new low.

irisannwest:

do you ever

do you ever just have

that one class

that one freaking class

that just depresses you when you think about it because

oh god you hate it so much

Bio 1AL smh.

mikerugnetta:

oliviawhen:

Sometimes I wonder what it’d be like to turn to a life of crime. Probably the same.

please for the love of god make this an ongoing comic?

Shiet, Mike Meighan might not be my most favorite person in the world but damn is he fast at responding to emails. 

Does he have a life outside of making people in Bio 1AL suffer??

Either ways, I’m impressed.

I am surprised that the Vienna Philharmonic had Nazi members in their orchestra (and supposedly some still are…)

But then I realize I shouldn’t be surprised because I keep forgetting that Vienna is in Austria, the country who willingly gave themselves to Hitler before World War II. I have no clue why I keep associating Vienna with Italy…

That totally changes the context then when listening to recordings of the Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Jewish conductors like Leonard Bernstein.

My face when I’m going to see my friend for the next week or so.

My face when I’m going to see my friend for the next week or so.

musiciansagainsthumanity:

image

This is like the Helen Keller card.

This is the card that will rule all the other cards.

This is the best card ever.

Apr 8

okaydrienne:

me at recitals

I know they’re just pretend playing to a recording, but I wonder how the judges would have reacted if I played this piece just like the guy in the video for my Northwestern Audition back when I was a senior in high school. 

Apr 7

http://dolewhip.tumblr.com/post/82068949524/thespacegoat-on-the-subject-of-hitler-tho

thespacegoat:

on the subject of hitler tho… there’s this completely new phenomenon in the thought process of kids trying to sound smart and I wish it was only a tumblr thing but it extends to reddit and 4chan and real life and even other adults have this opinion where they not only try to…

I’m confused. Is this in response to this post with these particular comments? http://type40darsit.tumblr.com/post/79710903044/blackfoxhawkins-immaculatellamalord

Because those comments aren’t quite what you’re saying these people are saying..

Apr 6

trigilis:

burntlikethesun:

And then we discovered why. Why this Doctor, who had fought with gods and demons, why he’d run away from us and hidden. He was being kind.

 (via orlaowl)

I don’t get it. Sometimes people complain that Moffat never kills anyone in his stories. Correct me if I’m wrong, but this aspect of the Doctor is still there in Moffat’s stories and seasons. Don’t really understand the tags posted above.

Apr 5

how do you feel about letting down one of the cutest cats ever

dolewhip:

type40darsit:

I’m sure he’ll be alright.

You’re heartless

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ meh

Apr 5

First Dissection

Yesterday in my bio lab, we did a rat dissection.

This was the first time that I was actively dissecting something (I mean, I was supposed to do a frog dissection in 5th grade but I chickened out and just watched someone do it.)

It was weird to grab the rat. Similar to my weird “celebrities aren’t real until I actually see them” state of mind, I was tripping out on how hyper-realistic this thing was. Hell, I’ve handled plenty of animal-shaped plastic thing so when I first saw the tray of dead rats to cut up, I was very surprised by how soft it was, how squishy it was, how real it was. This was a living thing that is now most certainly un-alive. I think I’ve mentioned on here a couple times about my fascination(? definitely not the right word but I’m just going to use it) with death because I’ve not seen too much of it. 

Regardless, it somehow wasn’t too bad to take these sharp instruments, make crude incisions, and tear open its skin and connective tissue. Hell, somehow I guess I still regarded it as a hyper-realistic toy that just happened to have anatomically correct organs, blood, and a very shitty smell (literally shitty due to the colon being right there when we peel off the connective tissue in the abdomen). To a certain point, it was interesting. All the diagrams that I’ve seen in books and lecture slides is right in front of me to actually see. Yes it was gross to do all these things, but by the end of the lab, it didn’t seem to faze me and I ended up going to eat dinner right after the lab.

I thought I “conquered” whatever qualms I had about dissection and handling dead things. But I don’t think I have. After the lab, any bad smell somehow keep reminding me of that smell of the cut open rat even if the smell is marginally similar to that smell. 

Man, how am I going to deal with cadavers if I ever do end up going to med school.