okuulele:

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pugletto:

Worldbending | North America (Tarahumara; Hochunk; Tohono O’odham; Potawatomi.)
pugletto:

Worldbending | North America (Tarahumara; Hochunk; Tohono O’odham; Potawatomi.)
pugletto:

Worldbending | North America (Tarahumara; Hochunk; Tohono O’odham; Potawatomi.)
pugletto:

Worldbending | North America (Tarahumara; Hochunk; Tohono O’odham; Potawatomi.)

pugletto:

Worldbending | North America (Tarahumara; Hochunk; Tohono O’odham; Potawatomi.)

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patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy…. patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy…. patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy…. patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy…. patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy…. patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy…. patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy…. patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy…. patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy….

patrexes:

daenystargaryen:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

As someone who’s lost about a litre of blood in a really short time (look I took advil and then it gave me the mother of all nosebleeds, like it literally WOULD NOT STOP and I fainted from the blood loss and it lasted almost half an hour), if you have low blood pressure (raise your hand to high-five me), these symptoms are going to kick in a lot sooner because blood loss lowers your BP. There’s going to be nausea, dizziness; you’re going to feel your pulse everywhere in your body because your heart is pounding and going WTF WHERE IS ALL MY OUTPUT GOING; you’re not going to be able to get off the ground without feeling like you need to take a good, long nap on that bathroom floor that was nice and clean and is now home to your own personal biohazard lake.

also some people are naturally hypovolemic!! like some people with dysautonomia for example can function as if having lost a litre and a half or more of blood literally just from STANDING UP, never mind actually losing blood. heart rate can also be super variable for a lot of disorders like cardiomyopathy, sarcoidosis and a bunch of others can cause ventricular tachycardia (really serious, like, possible cardiac arrest, serious), wolfe-parkinson-white syndrome, copd, etc can cause atrial tachycardia (less serious than ventricular, but we’re still talking symptoms up to and including loss of consciousness), and also lgr in a lot of cases where someone is losing a lot of blood chances are they were pretty damn active before the injury was sustained, so they’re going to have sinus tachycardia; it doesn’t have any symptoms, but it WILL make them bleed out faster. so, you know, some more things to keep in mind.

Informative but creepy….

wewillbel0ved:

somente-essa-noite:

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if u dont reblog im judging 

Why can’t Disney do shows like this anymore?

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comicsalliance:

FAKE GEEK GUYS: A MESSAGE TO MEN ABOUT SEXUAL HARASSMENT

By Andy Khouri

“I think this woman is wrong about something on the Internet. Clearly my best course of action is to threaten her with rape.”

That’s crazy talk, right? So why does it happen all the time?

Honest question, dudes.

That women are harassed online is not news. That women in comics and the broader fandom cultures are harassed online is not news. That these women are routinely transmitted anonymous messages describing graphic sexual violence perpetrated upon them for transgressions as grave as not liking a thing… that is actually news to me, and it’s probably news to a lot of you guys reading this.

So what do we do about it?

This.

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davidyardin:

Black Cat - Oz Comic Con Adelaide (mostly) Mepxy Marker sketch, with a bit of Copic cool greys (I didn’t have any Mepxys in those), and Posca highlights.
davidyardin:

Black Cat - Oz Comic Con Adelaide (mostly) Mepxy Marker sketch, with a bit of Copic cool greys (I didn’t have any Mepxys in those), and Posca highlights.
davidyardin:

Black Cat - Oz Comic Con Adelaide (mostly) Mepxy Marker sketch, with a bit of Copic cool greys (I didn’t have any Mepxys in those), and Posca highlights.
davidyardin:

Black Cat - Oz Comic Con Adelaide (mostly) Mepxy Marker sketch, with a bit of Copic cool greys (I didn’t have any Mepxys in those), and Posca highlights.
davidyardin:

Black Cat - Oz Comic Con Adelaide (mostly) Mepxy Marker sketch, with a bit of Copic cool greys (I didn’t have any Mepxys in those), and Posca highlights.
davidyardin:

Black Cat - Oz Comic Con Adelaide (mostly) Mepxy Marker sketch, with a bit of Copic cool greys (I didn’t have any Mepxys in those), and Posca highlights.

davidyardin:

Black Cat - Oz Comic Con Adelaide (mostly) Mepxy Marker sketch, with a bit of Copic cool greys (I didn’t have any Mepxys in those), and Posca highlights.

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kev-n:

veganinspo:

One Pot Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Imma do this. Like sweet jesus

NOM NOM NOM kev-n:

veganinspo:

One Pot Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Imma do this. Like sweet jesus

NOM NOM NOM
Power Girl!
I love Walta’s version on the bottom Power Girl!
I love Walta’s version on the bottom

Power Girl!

I love Walta’s version on the bottom

cheekyblushin:

"I smell sex and candy…"

The newest Baskin Robbins flavor

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nickreboot:

Happy 20th Anniversary “All That!”

The first episode of “All That!” premiered 20 years ago today, on April 16th, 1994. Dan Schneider (writer/producer) wrote up a special blog post for the occasion: http://ift.tt/1qLLFn7

Check out the pictures Dan took during the first season as well: http://ift.tt/1qLLFn8 http://ift.tt/1tbOcJB

Holy crap—20 years ago?? I really am old……

sailorsenshiharuka:

what if age of ultron is like introducing wanda and pietro and it’s like

"the maximoff twins are mu[cut to another scene]"

and then later there’s a fighting and someone goes

"oh god she’s a m[LOUD EXPLOSIONS]"

and then in the aftermath someone’s like

"so you guys are [CAR HORN]ts huh?"

and it just keeps going through the whole movie

I wish Marvel would get the rights to X-Men and mutants back already….

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comicbookcovers:

Dazzler #1, March 1981, cover by Bob Larkin

Disco Dazzler is the best Dazzler!

When is Marvel gonna collect this series in trade form already?

theslitherydee:

Every Passover I can’t help but giggle when we get to the part about Moses “leading the slaves from the house of bondage,” imagining Moses strutting into Pharaoh’s BDSM club, collecting all the “slaves” by the leash, and dragging them out as they claw at the floor in a futile attempt at resistance.

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