BURY ME IN KYOMAMI
Sam, 19, female, got the hots for the gals.
INTJ/INTP, phlegmatic, Type 5.
a decellularized “ghost” heart
aaaaaaaay extracellular matrix
How cool is it that when you take all the cells out of an organ it still looks like an organ?
I remember when I was in high school and still very confused about how tissues worked, because all anyone taught me was that we’re made up of piles of cells hung on bones. But that’s not how it is! Cells build themselves little hammocks of polymer and densely branched glycoproteins; we’re like onions, layers of membrane over tough rubbery collagen, huge protein scaffolds cradling slippery organs.
Bodies are not made of cells — bodies are made by cells.
^confused me so much in high school! They never mention it at all.
“THE HUMANS DO IT ALL THE TIME, IT MEANS YOU’RE A GOOD BOY.”
Checklist of things to do at a party:
✔ Recite the elements
✔ Look good while doing it
I mentioned it a few times before, but god dammit this is going to stick out in my memory for a while.
Toward the end of Frozen when Elsa and Anna have a rather touching moment (which I won’t spoil for those wondering just what the hell was going on). Either way, it ends up with Anna rather warmly saying “I love you” to her sister.
That was when a little girl (probably about 8 or 9) sitting in the aisle behind me with her mother just yelled out “KISS HER!”
Now the theater was pretty empty, Sackville Cineplex always is, so that meant that the dozen or so heads all turned in her direction, then slowly turned back. I did my best to avoid turning around as I didn’t want to miss anything in the movie. But I will always remember you, Elsa/Anna shipping little girl. You will always be remembered.
Aqueous Transmission (Album Version)from Morning View, by Incubus
YOU GOTTA FIGHT………….FOR YOUR RIGHT…………….to have basic reproductive rights and control over your body there is no punchline here it is literally 2013 and white republican men are still breaking rules so that you can’t own your vagina
This is why I love Starfire.
No. Like. This scene was really important. This douche hated her entire race and took that hatred out on Starfire. He called her slurs throughout the entire episode. And Starfire just endured it, because she knew her friends loved this guy. And when he is in trouble, about to die; she has every right to let him. But what does she do? She starts trying to help him. And even as she’s trying to save his life, he pushes her away, throwing slurs at her face. But she presses on, and ends up saving him. Do you know how important it was to see this as a kid? That no matter how much someone treats you with hatefulness and cruelty, the right thing to do when they’re in danger is to help them? That’s some powerful shit for a ‘kids show’, and don’t you dare look me in the eye and tell me that all of this is just superhero bullshit.