spreading the disease

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what if the did that to help amputating when needed

Snow Elf restoration: Numbing afflicted and painful areas with subtle cold spells, amputating limbs quickly and safely by freezing them and then cracking them off, easily stopping the spread of curses and flesh diseases by dropping the temperature to kill of any germs/negative magic and halting the advancement of them to other parts of the body

Viral Warfare
  • Viral Warfare
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Demo from the final skeleton metal album.

No cure for the common cold
Viral disease spreads tenfold
If you cough phlegm my way
I’ll kill you with an ashtray

They call me viral warfare
Immunity I’ll impair
Not deadly just annoying
With your immunity I’ll be toying

Can you feel it in the air?
Grocery stores you should beware
That’s the place most people get sick
Just letting you avoid that shit

Have you ever wondered
“How did I get sick?”
Here’s your stupid answer;
Its me, I’m a dick

Walking sick nightmare
I’ll infect you anywhere

Oh its the seasons
Its the flu
I’ll cough on you

Get the nyquil

Cannot get rid of me
Modern science wont disagree
Ginger
Honey
Lemon
And tea
Its all crappy

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Honey is Not Vegan

-Honey bees are bred in factories
-Honey bees are shipped thousands of miles in crates to live in boxes on farms (so they don’t fly off and create new colonies)
-Honey bees work tirelessly to have their honey stolen and replaced by a cheap substitute
-Queen bees are “split open” and forcibly impregnated by farm workers
-Honey bees spread diseases to wild bees
-Honey bees are “incinerated” (industry term) once they are no longer needed

How is eating honey in any way, shape, or form, vegan????

Frogs come in so many amazing colors! One of my favorite is this Bright-eyed Frog that I found in Madagascar (Boophis rappiodes). My @frogrescue team is racing to save amphibians from a terrible disease spreading around the world called chytrid fungus. Frogs are incredibly important animals that help control insect populations, maintain water quality, and provide food for many other animals. Learn more at: http://www.frogrescue.com to see what we’re doing to protect these amazing creatures!

#nature #science #frog #cute #animals

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Just imagine in the last battle of Attack On Titan, Eren and Levi are fighting off the last of the titans on their own but they’re getting exhausted and the only way for them to survive is if Eren destroys the rest of his humanity. So Eren goes rogue and completely annihilates the last of the titans, and Levi shouts at Eren to turn back to a human but he can’t.

 He’s just another titan now that wants to kill. But when he sees Levi, he takes control of himself just long enough so he can drop his head forwards to expose the nape of his neck and–

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Corn snake (Pantherophis guttatus)

The corn snake is a North American species of rat snake that subdues its small prey by constriction. It is found throughout the southeastern and central United States. Their docile nature, reluctance to bite, moderate adult size, attractive pattern, and comparatively simple care make them popular pet snakes. Though superficially resembling the venomous copperhead and often killed as a result of this mistaken identity, corn snakes are harmless and beneficial to humans. Corn snakes lack venom and help control populations of wild rodent pests that damage crops and spread disease.

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Queensryche - Spreading the Disease

She always brings me what I need. Without I beg and sweat and bleed. When we’re alone at night, waiting for the call, she feeds my skin…

Sixteen and on the run from home. Found a job in Times Square working live S&M shows. Twenty-five bucks a fuck, and John’s a happy man. She wipes the filth away and it’s back on the streets again.

Spreading the disease. Everybody needs, but no one wants to see…

i. you have never seen a girl like this, with crow-like wings where her arms should be and blue black feathers with knife edges. you think even her lips would be sharp to the touch.
       
(you admit that never before have you craved pain,
                       but for this girl you would change)

ii. you don’t approach her. there is war where her feet tread, a battleground spreads like disease as she continues to dance on grass once green.
       
      (you think that if she spoke or sang, her                                                                    voice would be a wolf’s howl)

iii. you’ve been warned of void girls before but when she meets your eyes, a grin made for fighting and teeth bared for biting, you forget everything but the thought of her lips on yours.
         
 (you like how darkness feels against your skin,
              all satin and silk, those sharp lips at your throat)

iv. your first mistake was watching. your second was wanting. your third is a tentative smile as her cold hands find yours, pale flesh where feathers once stood. 

                 (but if you’re honest,
                             you wouldn’t have it any other way)

—  the morrigan // l.s.
Rats
  • Y/N: *Screams*
  • Newt: Bloody hell! What's the matter love?
  • Y/N: There are rats in my room!
  • Alby: You're not afraid to go into a maze with grievers but you're afraid of RATS?
  • Y/N: W-well rats are disgusting, they just appear outta nowhere and they spread diseases!
  • Gally : Yes and Grievers are like pretty butterflies and always call before visiting, not to mention their stings are harmless!
  • Minho: Y/N there are better excuses to sleep in Newt's room. This is one of the lamest.
  • Y/N: Shuck off! All of you!
  • Thomas: Better move Min, or you'll be screaming next.

Slow lorises may look like big-eyed Ewoks, but their cute countenance has made these primates a target of the illegal wildlife trade. Join Mary Blair, primatologist and Director of Biodiversity Informatics Research at the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, as she discusses how research on these endangered animals can contribute to a better understanding of wildlife trafficking, including the risk of zoonotic disease spread.

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Naoko’s Message on the STI Prevention Campaign, translated by @ainomessage

“My Thoughts on Endorsing this Campaign

I’ve always felt that the prevention of the spread of infectious diseases was important, so when this opportunity came along I was happy to be able to help.

Sexually transmitted diseases are a delicate subject, as shown by the Ministry of Health and Welfare’s shocked reaction of “Is that okay!?” when the slogan “If you don’t get tested, I’ll punish you!” was proposed.  I hope to cast aside the image Sailor Moon has had up until now, for Sailor Moon’s voice to be understood by fans and other people and lead them to get tested, and for many people to live healthier. 

Naoko Takeuchi”

INTRODUCING BEATRIX

Precise. Deadly. Obsessively hygienic.

Beatrix has a fondness, if not obsession, with manipulating living creatures. With her prosthetic syringe-arm, she can inject enemies at range, spreading debilitating debuffs and disease across the battlefield. A scientist at artificial-heart, Beatrix is ready to apply a lethal dose of Jennerit intellect and ruthlessness straight to Rendain.