nemithine:

This would incite me to murder.

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fangirl221b:


raaynee:

breakcorechoirboy:

I am borderline crying at how sassy this person is

ROLL BACK THE ATTITUDE

REASONABLY-PRICED SARCASM

fangirl221b:

raaynee:

breakcorechoirboy:

I am borderline crying at how sassy this person is

ROLL BACK THE ATTITUDE

REASONABLY-PRICED SARCASM

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a-joshifer-shipper:

mockingjace:

ennobaria:

Jennifer about the fans

#her bodyguard tho

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"You all need jesus."

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jazzmanisineffect:

Sometimes Finn and Jake display the most healthy and positive friendship I’ve ever seen and sometimes it makes me really happy that they don’t pull tropey bullshit and they have lines like this that show just how much they get each other.

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bubblesarebeautiful:

ultrafacts:

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Women wear heels now so we don’t have to step in the blood of our enemies

Reblogging for that comment

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pudgealicious88:

that last one tho…

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totallynotbarrett:

professorsethdoesitagain:

thehattedmistress:

mendaciousmind:

dirk-strider-the-dick-rider:

caitsmile:

tenstimelady:
from one insomniac to the next
this shit will put you out
there’s a whole line of these drinks pertaining to different things
apparently they’re all psychological except this one
but everyone I’ve talked to said this is the only one that actually works
the first time I only drank to where my index finger is in the picture, but I was out like a light in about 45 minutes
really helpful if you’re trying to fix your sleeping pattern for school

There’s one called Neuro Bliss and its literally what every pmsing girl needs. It’s happiness in a bottle.

I can testify that this shit is literally the fucking best okay. The neuro energy is like an energy drink but lighter and it makes you feel awake without it tasting like death. There’s a neuro focus as well and it makes it easier to concentrate on everything while still being delicious. There’s a whole huge line of them and they’re all different flavors and some are carbonated and some are not.

I see these at the grocery store sometimes.
Maybe I’ll pick one up next time I see it.

ATTENTION ATTENTION
The Neuro line of drinks WORK 100% as a nightly buyer of Neuro Sleep i can fully attest to it’s effects as a very applicable sleep aid.
Neuro Trim is also good for having a full feeling, to keep you from eating too much.
IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY SLEEPING, BUY NEURO SLEEP IT WILL HELP YOU

SIGNAL BOOSTING THIS BECAUSE I TOO LOVE THE NEURO LINE.
Story time: My sleep schedule got fucked up because I worked at a movie theatre, which would mean late nights, getting off work at like 2, 3, or 4 in the morning. It would get cray. So when I needed sleep, but my body wasn’t giving me that satisfaction, I grabbed a NeuroSleep and THIS SHIT WORKS. I’ve never finished a bottle before falling asleep. Best part: Not habit forming and it’s cheap. What makes it work? It has melatonin in it.

totallynotbarrett:

professorsethdoesitagain:

thehattedmistress:

mendaciousmind:

dirk-strider-the-dick-rider:

caitsmile:

tenstimelady:

from one insomniac to the next

this shit will put you out

there’s a whole line of these drinks pertaining to different things

apparently they’re all psychological except this one

but everyone I’ve talked to said this is the only one that actually works

the first time I only drank to where my index finger is in the picture, but I was out like a light in about 45 minutes

really helpful if you’re trying to fix your sleeping pattern for school

There’s one called Neuro Bliss and its literally what every pmsing girl needs. It’s happiness in a bottle.


I can testify that this shit is literally the fucking best okay. The neuro energy is like an energy drink but lighter and it makes you feel awake without it tasting like death. There’s a neuro focus as well and it makes it easier to concentrate on everything while still being delicious. There’s a whole huge line of them and they’re all different flavors and some are carbonated and some are not.

I see these at the grocery store sometimes.

Maybe I’ll pick one up next time I see it.

ATTENTION ATTENTION


The Neuro line of drinks WORK 100% as a nightly buyer of Neuro Sleep i can fully attest to it’s effects as a very applicable sleep aid.

Neuro Trim is also good for having a full feeling, to keep you from eating too much.

IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY SLEEPING, BUY NEURO SLEEP IT WILL HELP YOU

SIGNAL BOOSTING THIS BECAUSE I TOO LOVE THE NEURO LINE.

Story time: My sleep schedule got fucked up because I worked at a movie theatre, which would mean late nights, getting off work at like 2, 3, or 4 in the morning. It would get cray. So when I needed sleep, but my body wasn’t giving me that satisfaction, I grabbed a NeuroSleep and THIS SHIT WORKS. I’ve never finished a bottle before falling asleep. Best part: Not habit forming and it’s cheap. What makes it work? It has melatonin in it.

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paulthomasandersonn:

Leonardo DiCaprio embarrassing himself at the Coachella 2014 (x)

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skepticalavenger:


I wish I’d had this a few weeks ago, when I was telling students how not to present their data. This is a chart illustrating the effects of stand-your-ground-laws on murder in Florida.
I glanced at that and thought, “Whoa, surprise: the stand-your-ground-laws had a pretty dramatic effect in reducing murder. I did not expect that at all.”
And then I was a bit disappointed: “But they really should have set the Y axis at zero. It’s a bit misleading and magnifies the apparent effect, otherwise.”
And then I did a double-take: “They inverted the freaking Y axis!”
That’s right. It doesn’t show a decline, it shows a dramatic spike in murder after the law was passed. The text in the article actually says that clearly, but the chart was actively selling the opposite message. They’ve since added a corrected chart that actually makes the point clearly, instead of obscuring it.

I took away two points. It’s really easy to lie with graphics, and shouldn’t any evidence-based legal system recognize the consequences of passing a bad law and correct itself?

Unfreakinbelievable.

skepticalavenger:

I wish I’d had this a few weeks ago, when I was telling students how not to present their data. This is a chart illustrating the effects of stand-your-ground-laws on murder in Florida.

I glanced at that and thought, “Whoa, surprise: the stand-your-ground-laws had a pretty dramatic effect in reducing murder. I did not expect that at all.”

And then I was a bit disappointed: “But they really should have set the Y axis at zero. It’s a bit misleading and magnifies the apparent effect, otherwise.”

And then I did a double-take: “They inverted the freaking Y axis!”

That’s right. It doesn’t show a decline, it shows a dramatic spike in murder after the law was passed. The text in the article actually says that clearly, but the chart was actively selling the opposite message. They’ve since added a corrected chart that actually makes the point clearly, instead of obscuring it.

betterfloridagundeaths

I took away two points. It’s really easy to lie with graphics, and shouldn’t any evidence-based legal system recognize the consequences of passing a bad law and correct itself?

Unfreakinbelievable.

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