june residency

Archie Comics teases a major death

Archie Comics has been no stranger to death in recent years. The title character Archie Andrews himself was killed off in 2014 ahead of the company’s major reboot. Since then, horror comics like Afterlife With Archie have pitted Archie and friends against a zombie invasion, while the CW’s Riverdale is haunted by a murder mystery. But now, death is coming to the company’s flagship comic, Archie, in a major way. The next two issues of the series will depict a climactic drag race between Archie and rival Reggie Mantle — and at least one major Riverdale resident isn’t walking away.

Up until now, Archie and his pals have led fairly untroubled, normal lives. Suddenly, in one horrifying instant, that all changes when one of the kids looks death in the eye — and death doesn’t blink,” Archie writer Mark Waid tells EW in a statement. “Who will it be? All we can tell you is that you’ll be shocked — and that no one is safe.”

Archie #20 (on sale May 17) will feature Archie and Reggie’s climactic race on the eerily named Dead Man’s Curve. In the follow-up, Archie #21 (out June 21), Riverdale residents receive a shocking phone call, and the identity of the dead character is finally revealed. Although Reggie seems like an obvious suspect for this major death, it’s always possible that his race with Archie could swing out of control and hit someone else. Both issues will be written by Waid and illustrated by Pete Woods and Jack Morelli.

Check out the covers (and variants) for Archie #20 and #21 below.

Resident Evil 7 Logic
  • Eveline : If you don't want to be my daddy, then DIE!
  • Ethan : Lol bish look here
  • Eveline : NO NOT THE SYRUM
  • Ethan : No it's math lol
  • Ethan : Three years ago you were about 10 years old. Now you're like 70. So that means you aged 20 years per year.
  • Ethan : 20÷365 and you age about 0.0547945205 years per day
  • Ethan : The average life span of a human is 79 years old so 79-70 and you have 9 "Years" left this current year.
  • Ethan : So that roughly means that within 165 days you would have reached 9.0410958825 "years" .
  • Ethan : Which means that you will pass away on the 14th of June .
  • Ethan : And although Resident Evil 7 : Bioharzard came out in 2016 the events takes place midway 2017.
  • Ethan : So you will die within the next 2 months at most.
  • Eveline : DAMNIT I should have sent that email out earlier
  • Ethan : No bish you should have requested home schooling

On 7 June, 2013, the “Night Stalker” Richard Ramirez died of liver failure at the age of 53, whilst awaiting execution on California’s death row.
In 1989, Ramirez, a self proclaimed Satanist, was convicted of 13 murders, 5 attempted murders, 11 sexual assaults and 14 burglaries. Ramirez terrorised Los Angeles and San Francisco residents, from June 1984 to August 1985, as he embarked on a deadly crime spree.
Ramirez was finally arrested after being pursued and subdued by a group of residents, who then handed him over to the police. He never displayed any remorse for his particularly vicious crimes and spent the rest of his life behind bars.

As I mentioned before, here is the deck I no longer use… This deck is in good conditions, it comes with the booklet. I will also be throwing in a bundle of white sage and a rose quart.

Given that I am moving I wont pick someone till the 6th of June
U.S residents only please..
***Do not tag as a giveaway
Love you all.

Man Busted Selling “Energy Drinks” Containing Meth. And Urine.

Boone County resident, Jasper June, 72, was arrested today on felony charges of manufacturing and distributing homemade “energy drinks” containing the powerful stimulate methamphetamine. The Boone County drug task force raided June’s tree fort (June lives in 200 sq. ft. tree fort on his brother’s property) to find Jasper wearing only an adult diaper and reading an Arabic pornographic magazine.

Police seized approximately 25 2 liter bottles of June’s “energy drink” found in a cinder block pump house on the property. The bottles tested positive for methamphetamine.

June came under suspicion when he sold four bottles to several high school girls who hours later were checked into a hospital with internal bleeding. The children’s parents phoned authorities.

Before I go celebrate...

I spent most of yesterday excited, confused, intermittently torn. No, I didn’t get into medpeds. I was the only person out of 10 medpeds applicants who didn’t get it. Which kinda sucked.

But friends, beer, and a LOT of games at Dave and Busters got me through it. And I include you all as friends. Because some of us have been on this wild journey together for four years. FOUR years, can you believe it? And no matter what, I’m lucky, when all is said and done.

The more I thought about it, I realized that the internal med residency I got into? It’s going to be AWESOME! I know several people going there too, all great folks. Even a couple classmates who will be in different departments, so it will be a good time. 

And finally, yes, I’m not medpeds. But I know, down to my bones, that I can do medicine. I can do whatever I set my mind to. And I am going to be the most kick-ass resident at the big county hospital in this big wild city. By the end of three years, I’ve got big goals I want to have accomplished. Chief resident. Biggest badass senior on internal med. Maybe a couple teaching awards? Definitely a case report or two. And an infectious disease fellowship application in the works. 

Thank you to all of you for coming with me on this journey through med school. I won’t be leaving you, if you care to come with me on the next chapter of my journey starting on June 24th:



Gaza: Life goes on amid dwindling resources, growing problems.
Life , Gaza - Beit Lahia - 5 June 2015
Gaza residents are facing a growing number of problems due in part to the 2007 blockade and 2014 war. Gaza’s unemployment rate of 43 percent and its GDP has been severely damaged by the eight-year blockade.
In addition, Gaza’s large population and small area are combining to overtax its resources, including water, It’s estimated 97 percent of Gaza’s water is unfit for human consumption, and the amount of water currently allotted to residents is below the level recommended by the World Health Organization.

Wayfaring’s guide to unemployment

Well folks, I finished residency on June 30 and I didn’t start my new job until September 21 (that’s 12 weeks for you calendar nerds). For someone who has spent the last 7 years having essentially no vacation and working ungodly hours, that is A LOT of downtime.

So I had to figure out ways to occupy my time that were both productive and cheap (hello, no paycheck from June 15 to Sept 30) so that I wouldn’t go completely stir crazy.  

I’ve realized that some of you may be faced with chunks of free time like this too, either as vacation or between graduation and your “next thing”. So I present to you my guide to making the most of your unemployment time. 

Step 1: Prepare ahead of time. I anticipated being out of work 6 weeks, so I had saved enough money to at least get me through that time. Money got very tight, especially at the end after a vacation and some unexpected home repairs, but without that cushion I had saved up I absolutely would not have been able to make it. 

Step 2: Spend time with family. I spent my first 3 weeks off with family. I got to spend almost 24 hours a day with my grandfather in the 10 days before he died. I got to help my grandmother out some and be available for his funeral and all the aftermath (read: more food than you can imagine) that comes with Southern funerals. 

Step 3: Vacate the premises. Being in your house all the time starts making you feel like a hermit. I spent one week on a vacation I had very luckily paid for in advance of my unemployment. I got to hang out with my little sister for a whole week, which was good times. After a few more weeks back at my house, I went back to my mom’s house for another week where I could at least have company and a change of scenery while I sat around and did nothing.

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