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I feel like I’ve been punched in the stomach. He was just a kid.

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solar-radiance:

*steps into shower*

*forgets to remove eyeliner*

*steps out of shower*

*Joins The Black Parade*

As a curly-haired ginger, I must be especially aware of this predicament… If I don’t completely clean off my eye makeup, I leave the shower looking like Tim Minchin.

…and here’s another picture where he is inexplicably standing in front of the Comerica building my grandmother used to work at.

Seriously, if he wanted to make it clear he was in Dallas, why not use Reunion Tower, or that pointy blue building?…

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noisprere:

"MAS CABRONAS QUE BONITAS" -Mujeres autodefensas, herederas de Adelitas.

amboannie
YES. accepted-speech:

noisprere:

"MAS CABRONAS QUE BONITAS" -Mujeres autodefensas, herederas de Adelitas.

amboannie
YES. accepted-speech:

noisprere:

"MAS CABRONAS QUE BONITAS" -Mujeres autodefensas, herederas de Adelitas.

amboannie
YES. accepted-speech:

noisprere:

"MAS CABRONAS QUE BONITAS" -Mujeres autodefensas, herederas de Adelitas.

amboannie
YES.

accepted-speech:

noisprere:

"MAS CABRONAS QUE BONITAS" -Mujeres autodefensas, herederas de Adelitas.

amboannie

YES.

titytwochainz:

tsunamiwavesurfing:

onkay:

tsunamiwavesurfing:

bitches ain’t even 5’5” demandin a 6’3” nigga like “pick someone your own size” ain’t a thing

Im 5’2” and my ex is 6’4” step off

your ex already did

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oHHHHHH my god. I know that girl.

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gorillamedic:

clulessmedic:

erratic-emedicine:

The Apgar score is done at one and five minutes after birth.
The maxiumum score is 10, but this is unusual as babies normally lose a point for having a bit of blueness at their extremities. A normal score is >7
If your baby gets a perfect 10, consider them for future gymnastic/ diving/ figure skating competitions. (This isn’t medically justified, but I’ve got a good feeling.)
An abnormal score of <7 mean the baby needs medical attention - Neonatal Resuscitation. The score must also be repeated every 5 mins until it is >7.
(A very brief overview of) Neonatal Resus:
Dry Baby with towels and ‘start the clock’
If not breathing well, but heart rate >100, assess only
If not breathing well after 1 min, 5 inflation breaths (only little ones)
Reassess, consider O2 sats monitoring
If no progress, do airway manoeuvres
Chest compressions
Drugs
The later interventions are relatively uncommon, and normally undertaken by specialist Neonatologists. Evidence suggests lung inflation is the key to success. There are some differences for preterm births.

Pretty impressed that the Dr Apgar managed to make an acronym out of their own name…

If you’re an RN or Paramedic who wants to be more prepared for neonatal resuscitation, find an NRP course: http://www2.aap.org/nrp/
gorillamedic:

clulessmedic:

erratic-emedicine:

The Apgar score is done at one and five minutes after birth.
The maxiumum score is 10, but this is unusual as babies normally lose a point for having a bit of blueness at their extremities. A normal score is >7
If your baby gets a perfect 10, consider them for future gymnastic/ diving/ figure skating competitions. (This isn’t medically justified, but I’ve got a good feeling.)
An abnormal score of <7 mean the baby needs medical attention - Neonatal Resuscitation. The score must also be repeated every 5 mins until it is >7.
(A very brief overview of) Neonatal Resus:
Dry Baby with towels and ‘start the clock’
If not breathing well, but heart rate >100, assess only
If not breathing well after 1 min, 5 inflation breaths (only little ones)
Reassess, consider O2 sats monitoring
If no progress, do airway manoeuvres
Chest compressions
Drugs
The later interventions are relatively uncommon, and normally undertaken by specialist Neonatologists. Evidence suggests lung inflation is the key to success. There are some differences for preterm births.

Pretty impressed that the Dr Apgar managed to make an acronym out of their own name…

If you’re an RN or Paramedic who wants to be more prepared for neonatal resuscitation, find an NRP course: http://www2.aap.org/nrp/

gorillamedic:

clulessmedic:

erratic-emedicine:

The Apgar score is done at one and five minutes after birth.

The maxiumum score is 10, but this is unusual as babies normally lose a point for having a bit of blueness at their extremities. A normal score is >7

If your baby gets a perfect 10, consider them for future gymnastic/ diving/ figure skating competitions. (This isn’t medically justified, but I’ve got a good feeling.)

An abnormal score of <7 mean the baby needs medical attention - Neonatal Resuscitation. The score must also be repeated every 5 mins until it is >7.

(A very brief overview of) Neonatal Resus:

  1. Dry Baby with towels and ‘start the clock’
  2. If not breathing well, but heart rate >100, assess only
  3. If not breathing well after 1 min, 5 inflation breaths (only little ones)
  4. Reassess, consider O2 sats monitoring
  5. If no progress, do airway manoeuvres
  6. Chest compressions
  7. Drugs

The later interventions are relatively uncommon, and normally undertaken by specialist Neonatologists. Evidence suggests lung inflation is the key to success. There are some differences for preterm births.

Pretty impressed that the Dr Apgar managed to make an acronym out of their own name…

If you’re an RN or Paramedic who wants to be more prepared for neonatal resuscitation, find an NRP course: http://www2.aap.org/nrp/

fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference. fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference.

fittedcapsandtats:

wavelessness:

This abandoned tuberculosis hospital right down the street from my house has some of the most interesting and beautiful graffiti I’ve seen, I’m sad for not getting more pictures. It closed in the early ’80s, and some of the lockers still had patients’ rusted hangers in them. Supposedly one of the most haunted places in Massachusetts, although I didn’t experience anything (which was super disappointing). There’s three huge buildings and every time you turned around there was a new stairwell. I could’ve stayed for hours.

Where is this??… is this henryton??

Reblogging for The Outsiders reference.

garnetandgoldmedic:

moviegifsthatrock:

True Grit [Joel &amp; Ethan Coen, 2010]

One of my absolute favorite movies.

"&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;.You are not LaBeouf." garnetandgoldmedic:

moviegifsthatrock:

True Grit [Joel &amp; Ethan Coen, 2010]

One of my absolute favorite movies.

"&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;&#8230;.You are not LaBeouf."

garnetandgoldmedic:

moviegifsthatrock:

True Grit [Joel & Ethan Coen, 2010]

One of my absolute favorite movies.

"……………………………………….You are not LaBeouf."

allieeebabyyy:

pennsylvanian-country-guy:

I wish I had someone to get tipsy/silly/goofy with.  I don’t want to get tipsy by myself.  

Come out to Vegas soon pleaseeee! We need to chat and have a heart to heart while drinking!!

No. Come to Dallas.

zodiaccity:

When Capricorn is dealing with hurt or disgruntled emotions, they usually suffer in silence but may resort to irrational behavior as a cover up.

zodiaccity:

When Capricorn is dealing with hurt or disgruntled emotions, they usually suffer in silence but may resort to irrational behavior as a cover up.

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