and killer biceps


“My biceps appreciate when the dig[oxin] works [to kill the fetus]. It does not take me any longer to complete the procedure but … it takes more force….I have to hit the gym for this.”

(Dr. DeShawn Taylor giving new meaning to “killer biceps”)

LOS ANGELES, March 29–New undercover video shows Dr. DeShawn Taylor, previous Medical Director of Planned Parenthood of Arizona and longtime abortion provider at Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, graphically describing how to deliver intact fetuses in late-term abortions to harvest high-quality body parts, and indicating possible cover-up of infanticide.

The footage is never-before-released material obtained by The Center for Medical Progress, whose undercover videos recorded top-level Planned Parenthood leaders negotiating the harvesting and sale of the hearts, lungs, livers, and brains of aborted fetuses for financial benefit.

At a networking reception at a Planned Parenthood conference, CMP investigators posing as buyers from a biotech company are introduced to Dr. Taylor by Dr. Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Senior Director of Medical Services.

Dr. Taylor confirms she does elective abortions on healthy fetuses and pregnant women up to 24 weeks. When the investigators ask her about obtaining intact fetal organs, Dr. Taylor replies, “It’s not a matter of how I feel about it coming out intact, but I gotta worry about my staff and people’s feelings about it coming out looking like a baby.”

She continues, “We have the people who do our paperwork for the fetal death certificates, they email us calling them ‘babies’. Baby this, baby that, baby so-and-so, and I’m like, that’s creepy!”

Dr. Taylor explains to the investigators, “In Arizona, if the fetus comes out with any signs of life, we’re supposed to transport it. To the hospital.” When one investigator then asks, “Is there any standard procedure for verifying signs of of life?” Dr. Taylor replies, “Well, the thing is, I mean the key is, you need to pay attention to who’s in the room, right?”

Dr. Taylor then laughs as she repeats what the Arizona law requires, and says, “It’s a mess. It’s a mess.”

Dr. Taylor acknowledges that the feticidal chemical digoxin cannot be used in an abortion where fetal body parts will be harvested for sale, but she remarks that in a standard dismemberment dilation and evacuation abortion, “My biceps appreciate when the dig[oxin] works,” to kill the fetus before the procedure. “I remember when I was a [Family Planning] Fellow and I was training, I was like, Oh, I have to hit the gym for this,” she says, describing the force she feels in her biceps when performing a dismemberment abortion with forceps.

Dr. Taylor also mentions she was trained by Dr. Nucatola. In CMP’s first-released video in July 2015, Dr. Nucatola discussed the per-specimen pricing of fetal tissue and harvesting intact hearts, lungs, livers, and brains using partial-birth abortions.

CMP Project Lead David Daleiden notes, “This footage shows a longtime Planned Parenthood abortion doctor willing to sell baby parts for profit, use criminal abortion methods to get more intact body parts, and even cover up infanticide. This doctor was trained by Planned Parenthood’s Senior Director of Medical Services, and encouraged by her to participate in the fetal body parts market. This footage is just a preview of the damning and incriminating admissions of Planned Parenthood leaders on our further unreleased tapes, being censored by an unconstitutional gag order from a federal judge in San Francisco.”

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running off to sea to seek your fortune: a how-to guide

About seven months ago now I walked down a dock in April and tried to guess which of the three shrinkwrapped schooners docked there was going to be my home for the foreseeable future. Coming out the other side of the season, I’ve got hands like leather, killer biceps, a general familiarity with sailing, two near-death experiences, and in general I’m pretty comfortable wearing a knife around now. This is going to be a quick breakdown of the ups and downs of windjammer life, because I sure as hell had no idea what I was getting into, and if it sounds like an interesting job maybe you can go into it a bit more prepared than I was.

Windjamming - the part of the traditional-rigged sailing industry that deals with tourists, and the focus of the guide. Generally to do anything else with tall ships, like deliveries (moving a ship from point A to Point B, like the Florida Keys to Boston in time for the summer season), you need to have some sailing experience already.  Windjamming can be split into day sailors and longer cruises.

  • Day sailors make 2 to 4 short trips a day, generally in the area of three hours each. The tips are better because you see so many people in such a short time. You’re in port every night, so you’ll always have access to cell service, grocery stores, the bars, etc. You tend to have rainy days off. On the flip side, it’s not always a live-aboard position, so if you’re hoping to be staying on the ship, make sure you ask. You’ll also be feeding yourself out of pocket. The repetitive nature of the trips can be monotonous, and you don’t really have a chance to get to know the guests. Generally smaller boats and smaller crew.
  • Longer Cruises make overnight trips, generally 3-6 days, which means they go further and there’s more variety in where they sail. You get to know the passengers much better, and you really get to see the breadth of weather on the ocean - it’s a much fuller experience in terms of sailing. These are almost always live-aboard positions, so you have a home with no rent to pay. You’ll be fed as well as the passengers are, and even on the days you’re in port, there will be leftovers to eat if you don’t want to spend money - you can save a lot more because virtually nothing has to be spent on the cost of living. On the other hand, you’ll be out of contact for days at a time, and the unending nature of the job - with guests aboard, you’re responsible for their wellbeing even when not actively on duty, which can mean up to six unbroken days of Customer Service Face - means that it can be emotionally a bit overwhelming at times.

Pay varies pretty greatly from one boat to another; for the entry-level position of messmate, I’ve seen anywhere from a pretty generous $400/week to volunteer. Those seem to be the extreme ranges of the spectrum, so anywhere in that ballpark could be expected.

Positions open to you as a total beginner are:

  • Deckhand - a standard sailor. Usually you need a bit of sailing or sailing-adjacent experience, but not always, if you’re strong and quick to learn. Duties tend to include tacking, furling, and reefing sails, cleaning the ship (deck, the toilets, the sides of the hull, etc.), helping passengers up and down the ladders, and similar tasks.
  • Cook or assistant cook - day sailors don’t have this, so if you want to work in the galley you’re going to have to commit to a longer cruise. Planning and preparing all meals, three times a day, for about 30 people. Often includes things like baking your own bread. might be on a wood stove or a propane stove; sometimes the stove swings to stay level and sometimes it has fiddles to keep pots from sliding off, but not always. You’ve got to be an early riser, and good at time management.
  • Messmate: another galley position, but this one is half-way between the galley and the deck - ideally a 3/1 ratio. Cleaning dishes, setting tables, assisting the cook on occasion with meal prep, maybe snacks and things like that, as well as small things on deck like tacking sails. A lot of that is on you, however - go bug deck crew to teach you if that’s where you want to be.

Life on a windjammer/General things to know

  • Pack practically. I really can’t emphasize this enough. You’ll have a few days off but you’re not going to have the energy to get into nice clothes and honestly you’re going to be covered in paint dust/anchor grease/pine tar/whatever the fuck anyway. You really won’t have any use for anything besides working clothes and mayyyyyybe one nice outfit to remind you that there were better days, once. Bring clothes that you can burn at the end of the season, because they’re not going to be wearable in public.
  • Get a pair of work pants - Carharts, Dickies, doesn’t matter - as long as they’re tough as hell and have a lot of pockets. You’re also gonna want to have a leatherman, or ideally a rig knife/marlinspike set (cutting lines, tightening and undoing knots, etc. are things you’ll find yourself doing frequently).
  • Learn how to tie a bowline, a cleat, and a rolling hitch. You can learn everything fancier, but these are the three you’ll be using the most.
  • Just…give up on ever feeling clean. Life is easier that way. You can get a shower and wash laundry on land, but while on board it’s lucky to have hot water, and you’ll still be washing your hair in a swimsuit, on deck, with dish soap. Embrace it, bring deodorant, go swimming in the ocean.
  • Some really weird jobs are going to be given to you. Sailing, cleaning, whatever, all in a day’s work. Rubbing down all seventy feet of the main mast with Vaseline while being belayed down on a swing also covered in Vaseline…a bit out of left field. Windjamming is basically an endless string of crises, so don’t be too thrown when something goes wrong.
  • Ideally you’re reasonably good with heights (if not, avoid ships with topsails) and don’t get motion sickness.  
  • There’s a lot of turnover - people leave all the time for all kinds of reasons, like going back to school in the fall, getting hurt, getting fired, getting overwhelmed and quitting.
  • It’s a gift culture - your crew is what keeps you going, and you share what you have - people with real apartments will offer you a place to sleep and shower. People who’ve done this before will give you things you’re missing. Things like hats and books and jackets get traded and gifted a lot. Over the course of the season I gave away hand cream, a coffee mug, rides to places in my car, drawings - not much, but I didn’t come with much that could be useful. I was given a rig knife, a ceramic bowl, a few books, tea, a ukulele. Share what you have and give away things someone needs and you don’t. 
  • You’re going to meet a lot of weird people. Well-balanced people with 9-5 jobs who are content with their lives and like doing things like ‘leisurely sipping coffee in caffes while it rains outside’ and ‘bathing’ don’t often apply. If this is the kind of job that appeals to you, then it’s likely they’re going to be your kind of people.
  • There’s definitely a drinking culture, but there’s no pressure to join in, in my experience. Everyone is really chill  about whether or not you’re drinking; often the local dive bar is simply the closest warm place to find people and touch base with the other schooner bums. Once in a while someone will buy everyone a pitcher to share, but this is more related to ‘share what you have’ than to ‘everyone must drink’.

That’s it off the top of my head, but please feel free to message me if you have any questions! I can’t promise I’ll have a good answer, but then again I might. Hope this helps!

Pietro Maximoff Imagine: Call Me Short One More Time
Masterlist: x

It was no secret: you were short. However for some reason whenever anyone met you that was all they would mention at first would be your height; as if you didn’t already know. The way they went on about it was as if they were informing you about your height; or lack there of. It made you so incredibly mad. 

Even when you were training everyday in the gym, if you were of a normal height people would have applauded your enthusiasm to be healthy and to be fit but because you were 5 foot 1, they looked past your abs and killer biceps and went straight for the “Hey aren’t you a bit young to be in here, oh sorry thought you were just a kid y'know cause of the height” If you had to hear that comment one more time, somebody was going to die. But then again you would probably get away with it as all they would notice was how you couldn’t reach high enough to stab him in the face. 

So, when you joined the avengers you were hoping they would look past your lack of height and focus on your incredible fighting skills, oh how wrong you were. Walking in, you felt all eyes on you and you could already read their minds. As you were so nervous for meeting them you had pulled on the combat boots that add a couple inches to your height, so you weren’t as short as normal but they still noticed. 

“This is y/n, she is going to start  joining us on missions, she like Natasha is a fighter, so I suggest you all introduce yourselves and make her feel at home” Fury spoke over the intercom, him and Tony had had a disagreement so Fury was here by no longer allowed in, unless he told Stark his ideas were all amazing. 

All the avengers began to introduce themselves to you before heading back to their rooms.  Finally the silver haired, chiseled man sped over to you making you jump. “Hi i’m Pietro, and I know they all look like assholes, but i’m super nice” he winked making you giggle. I’m guessing you might need a tour no?“  he offered making you nod unknowingly, your brain just decided for you that you needed to spend time with this man. 

Pietro showed you everywhere, and there was a lot of everywhere, you could hardly remember one of the placed but to be honest you knew that was going to happen. "You know, I think that they will warm up to you” Pietro spoke placing an arm over your shoulder sympathetically. Whilst walking around you told him about how you knew they were judging your height.  "And this" Pietro gestured waving his hand out. “is the gym”. Natasha was going over what looked like your file, she seemed to be impressed. 

“Hey y/n, fancy showing off your skills and fighting me?” Natasha asked throwing down your file to the side as Pietro stepped back.
“Y/n, Natasha is a very skilled fighter it will take a while before you stand a chance at beating her” he chuckled watching as you rolled your eyes before stepping into the ring. This was where your lack of height came in handy, with every punch and kick you could dodge much easier than she did and through many minutes of constant struggling you managed to pin her down.
“Jesus y/n” Pietro called making you climb back out of the ring, “Remind me not to get in a fight with you” he teased causing you to blush a little, “Although if that’s what it takes to get you to sit on me” he smirked wiggling his eyebrows


imagine mark lee 10 years down the road: in all of nct’s subunits, is eating healthily, all buffed up and has killer biceps, produces over 10000000 mixtapes, has his own solo debut, hosts his own talk shows, owns 10 lamborghini veneno cars of different colours, owns 5 mansions, laughed his way through life happily every single day, still cute and squishy

  • Kuroo: 👌💪🏻👌💪🏻👌💪🏻👌💪🏻 damn Bokuto daMn Bro 👌✔️ damn ✔️ Bro 👌👌daaaaaaaam👌👌 Bokuto 👌👌👌👌👌back✔at ✔✔it again with the killer biceps 💯 damn 💯 Bro!!!! (fukurodani: damn Bokuto 🙏🏻) damMMMMᎷМ 💯👌👌👌 BROOOOOO 👌 💯 👌💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻👌👌 damn Bro
  • Winter: I can't believe how all those girls are fawning over Qrow.
  • Winter: I mean, he comes in there with a handsome face, and some sweat glistening off his admittedly gorgeous hair, and that roguish smile, and those killer biceps, and abs that you could bake eggs on and then eat them off of, and they just fall for it like a bunch of bimbos.
  • Weiss: Winter please stop touching yourself it's making me uncomfortable.
bakit mo sila crush
  • ayon kay @dettsu at @stilestatofry
  • arron: si arron yung lehitimong college jockey crush mo yung wala kang choice eh gwapo sya at mabait at approachable kahit na sobrang misleading ng scruff nya kaya crush mo sya kahit di lantaran, yung tipong low-key yung kilig mo kasi nga nakakatuwa at magaling syang bata ignore mo na lang yung killer biceps nya at amazing dorito shoulder to waist ratio
  • joem: si joem kasi yung tipong manang crush hahahahaha all the titas and lolas love him ganyan kasi ang cute nakakatuwa at ang bait ng mukha ang sarap pang pisilin ang mukha at misleading rin yung facial hair nya as in kislap kislap pati yung mata nakangiti sayo ganyan para syang naglalakad na teddybear at ang warm ng mga yakap nya yung dalisay nya nakakahawa isa syang spiritual cleansing pag naexperience malulunasan mga sakit mo at mabubura lahat ng mga problema mo
  • alex: si alex yung gagong friend mo sa kanto na laging andyan nakatambay tas ayaw mong pansinin pero puta nag-eexude sya ng kagwapuhan kahit initially di mo sya type he just grows on you kasi kakaibabe yung appeal nya tas pag nadagit ka na ng mga pagtaas-taas nya ng kilay at ng nunal nya sa pisngi wala ka nang takas
  • paulo: si ploo yung habulin HAHAHAHA na you dont want him pero gwapo sya eh kaya naiintindihan mo kung bakit habulin pero deep inside alam mo nerd sya na you want to protect and he has this certain charm na maliban sa objectively gwapo sya, meron syang talino at pagiging dweeb na tinatago at gusto mong maging confident sya sa ibang aspects ng pagkatao nya kasi di lang naman sya gwapo kasi he's so much more ganun at gusto mong ilabas nya yan lahat
  • art: jusko si sir art may sOMETHING SIYA NA DI KO MAEXPLAIN lalo na yung tikas at tindig nya dun pa lang nahuli ka na tas shit yung boses nya at kung paano siya magsalita lalo na kung ingles wala kang choice kundi mahumaling as in kung nag-usap kayo hahayaan mo lang syang magsalita papakinggan mo sya buong gabi kahit wala na kayong gawin maliban dun pakikinggan mo lang sya magsalita tatango ka na lang para umoo sa mga sinasabi nya kahit pagbasahin mo sya ng yellow pages makikinig ka pa rin
  • archie: naku po kakaiba rin to pero kasi sya yung tipong best friend mo na hindi mo namamalayang nafa-fall ka na pala unti unti mong narerealize yung kagwapuhan nya dahil nadadaan ka nya sa kwela at pagpapatawa pero di nya alam at di sya aware na nadaanan na rin nya puso mo
  • mon: ay dios por santo si mon pag nginitian ka nya at lumabas dimples nya itago mo na diwa mo beh kundi lulundag ng kusa ang diwa mo sa kawalan super duper bait at talented at mahal na mahal nya ang ginagawa nya at tinatrato nya with so much sweetness ang kanyang mga tagahanga na kahit hindi pa kayo pakiramdam mo alagang-alaga ka na nya
  • epy: hahaha si epy yung tipong hinahangaan mo muna dahil ang galing nya sa mga ginagawa nya pero unti unti mo ring narerealize na gwapo rin sya yung tipong bonus na lang yung cheekbones nya sa talent at ugali nyang maganda na di naman maipagkakaila
  • john: ay nako makuha ka sa bigote at sa tingin super bait at tatay vibes sa lahat ng tao kahit na naging luna sya hindi mo maiisip na capable syang magalit sa kahit kanino tapos ang dami pa nyang aso na inadopt galing sa shelter kaya alam mo may ginintuan siyang puso alam mong kayang kaya ka nyang alagaan at kaya kang panindigan pero syempre bago siya naging crush mo o nobyo mo ay mamamayan muna sya ng bansang pilipinas

9 days off one year post-op. Couldn’t be more happy with my results to be honest, 98% sensation back in every part of my chest, my nipples react to temperature and touch. All i need now is some killer pecs and biceps but i’m way too lazy to even eat better never mind hit the gym. Oh and a shit ton of tattoos would be fantastic! Hopefully complete my sleeve by the end of this year (a stretch but ill try my best) Then maybe start on my chest at two years post-op just to be 100% sure everything has settled down and nerves are doing good. I had peri-areolar with Mr Kneeshaw in Hull, UK. Fantastic surgeon, great aftercare and overall great results both with peri and DI. 


Ian Gallagher checked his email as he waited in the study room for the student he was helping. He was always given as much information as he was able to have before hand. The student’s name was Mickey Milkovich, he was in his sixth semester, credits wise. He dormed at the college, and that was all he knew. And the fact he was helping the other with LIT 112, taught by Charles Wesley. Ian knew the professor very well, so he was confident in his ability to help the student.

When the door open, Ian stood up, setting down his Starbucks to greet him. The redhead was stunned. The student was short, dark haired, blue eyes hidden behind black frames, and had the most killer biceps he had ever seen. How had Ian never run into the other before? “Hey, I’m Ian, I’m the only student signed up to tutor LIT 112.” He informed the other. “Mickey, right?”