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“I wanted to become like you, Tae-chan… A strong girl with a kind heart.”

“Kyu-chan… You are you. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a man or a woman. You’ll always be my precious friend. So please… don’t cry.“

i’ve thought about it a lot and 1. giving Lena a male ex in the first place was ugly, as it disrespects the great majority of fans who believe she’s a lesbian 2. casting a moc only to have him be seen as a creepy villain (for most of the ep) until literally DYING was peak ugliness 3. the series is changing direction and getting dark, aka they’re just choosing to torture their female leads which is again UGLY 4. supercorp becoming canon is the only thing that can save these writers from the trainwreck they’ve created… they better hop to it

An artificial womb successfully grew baby sheep — and humans could be next
Inside what look like oversized ziplock bags strewn with tubes of blood and fluid, eight fetal lambs continued to develop — much like they would have inside their mothers. Over four weeks, their...
By Rachel Becker

i really wanted to share this example of decent science reporting. the title is click-baity, but the actual reporting tempers expectations. The writer is careful to be accurate, clearly consulted the scientists so she didn’t go too far, and explained the experiment itself. 

I salute you, Rachel Becker.

My man Scottie payed another visit to Steve Holcomb at Pro Auto Custom Interiors to film this 1958 Chevrolet truck project that is till in progress, but already looks awesome. The Light Grey and Black paint scheme looks really cool accented with a little Red and the 5-spoke wheels wrapped in low profile tires gives it the right stance. This ‘58 Chevy Pick Up Is Build For The Streets! As usual…


this is actually pretty old art (before Thiccy was revealed to the public???)
and haven’t submitted it until now because I was hecking sh y–
it’s pretty bad;;
but I just can’t stop drawing this little shit and wanted to make more actual fanart
so uh
enjoy my horrendous piece of trash✨✨

Reply//: ((no no no you didn’t do bad this is a good drawing !! Really like his expression man !! (: ))

How Flight Attendants Are Set Up to Fail - The Atlantic

The public wants to blame us, shame us, and treat us like trash. We did not make the rules. We did not design your seats. We did not decide who gets to sit in first class or what you paid for your ticket. We didn’t decide what you get to or didn’t get to eat on a flight. We understand you want a blanket. We don’t overbook- the people waaaaaay above out pay grade do that. Most of us agree and hate that our airlines are overbooking passengers. We are only given a small amount of resources to do our job- a job that is becoming harder by the day. The United incident had NOTHING to do with the flight attendants, but since that incident flight attendants everywhere have been bullied, harassed, filmed without their consent, and treated like criminals.
The flying public needs to grow up. Treating a crewmember bad will NOT help you. Filming a crewmember without their consent can get you fined and sued. Harassing or threatening crew could land you in jail. Is it worth it? Dose it make you feel like more of a man to call us names when you don’t get your upgrade? Think hard about it. We have to deal with 600+ passengers day day sometimes. We would love to give you a blanket, pillow, free meal, and whatever else you’re complaining about. Our Airlines don’t give us those options. Know beforehand what you’re paying for. Read that fine print on your ticket. *Be a knowledgeable traveler and your experience will be much better.*
There is never a reason to harass flight attendants. The stories I’m hearing from my friends are absolutely appalling and many of them are taking time off work. I love my job, but I’m thinking about taking a leave as well. I had a grown man call me a “dumb fucking bitch” in the airport the other day. Why was I called a dumb bitch? The man’s flight was delayed and I just happened to be walking by his gate. That’s it.
We are people who get up and go to work everyday just like you. Unlike you we don’t get to go home at the end of the day. We work 16-18hrs a day and get relatively no sleep. We are permanently jetlagged and hard working people. We are trained to save your life on and off the plane. We do MUCH more than you see every single day. Treat us with respect. We’re just as frustrated with the flying experience as you are. Try to understand that. Remember that your flight can’t take off with out us showing up to work. If you want to be a vulgar human- stay home. Otherwise, we’re here to help you.

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