How does this even happen? I have to get most legendaries beaten to an inch of their life, asleep, with every button pressed and my first born sacrificed for some catches. And TPP just throws a ball at full HP and catches a fucking shiny Zekrom like it aint even a thing.
There is a .0000014% chance of this happening, I can’t fucking believe it
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME
Russian cosmonauts have discovered something remarkable clinging to the outside of the International Space Station: living organisms.
yooooOOOOOOY OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HERE WE GO THERE IT IS HERE WE GOOOO IT ALL BEGINS HERE ITS HERE THIS IS IT THIS IS THE BEGINNING BRING ON MY MASS EFFECT FUTURE
oh myyyyy goooooooooooooooooooooooood
OOOOOOOHHHHHH MMMMMMMMYYYYYYYYYY GOOOOOOOODDDDDDDDDDD
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHH MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
Detroit was hit with intense flooding yesterday. Keep the city in your thoughts. I’ll look for a link you can follow if you’d like to help.Holy s***. One friend was unable to get to work today. Hope it clears soon.
The suburbs outside of Detroit are flooded too. People are floating on air mattresses in my neighborhood just to get out of their homes and to higher ground.
OH MY GOD!!!!
i DIDNT EVEN HEAR ABOUT THIS!!!
Smh I live in Detroit and kids are using boats or swimming in the water. So many houses are flooded
Okay, so I just found a (I think it’s German) Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories Musical and I’m really impressed! This is part 3, but skip to 6:06 and watch through to the end. They actually show Namine changing Riku Replica’s heart! AND IT’S INTENSE!
Oh, and the whole show is subbed! ^^
Can I just say that everything in life is totally better with a musical number and dance choreography? Because damn if they didn’t make that scene feel all the more traumatic.
So there were a bunch of stalls with meltybead creations but this one was insane.
The link goes to the full theory, but the gist of it is this;
Master Xehanort is the reborn sixth apprentice from the Keyblade war. The other five faction leaders have also been returned to the world. Kingdom Hearts has brought these six hearts back to the Realm of Light to once again make the decision; maintain the worlds as is, or plunge them into darkness and begin anew.
Really, read the whole thing. It’s much better than my description of it here and the guy who made it put a ton of effort into it.
Hiccup cosplay, from how to train your dragon two.
wait did his face get photo shopped to look liek hiccup or did they pull hiccup from the movie and made him real because if they did that tell me how im in dire need of such technolog because reasons
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Please please please don’t reblog without source!! :< All of this guy’s cosplays are flipping amazing, go check out his dA and for Andraste’s sake DON’T MAKE UNSOURCED POSTS.
I read about this awhile ago in a book.
People who receive organ donations go through personality changes and characteristic similar to those of the donor.
In a study, a patient received a heart transplant from a man who was killed by gunshot to the face, and the organ recipient then reported to have dreams of seeing hot flashes of light directly on his face.
In another case, Claire Sylvia, a heart transplant recipient who received the organ from an 18-year-old male that died in a motorcycle accident, reported having a craving for beer and chicken nuggets after the surgery.
She also began to have reoccurring dreams about a man named ‘Tim L.’ Upon searching the obituaries, Sylvia found out her donor’s name was Tim and that he loved all of the food that she craved
These cases may support the cell memory theory. But as someone who wants to study the human consciousness, I have this one question.
What does this say about the human mind? Is it only stored in the brain? Can our cells also have the capacity to store information such as memory and personality? Are they aware of what makes us, who we are? Are they conscious in that sense?
CAN WE ALL STARTING TALKING ABOUT THIS PLS
This reminds me about the book called Unwind by Neal Shusterman…
What do you MEAN spending a huge amount of money on what is essentially a one-time-use superstructure doesn’t magically change the economic realities of the region you depopulated to cram it in?
We interrupt this morning’s Disney programming for a new segment that I’m going to call “If This Isn’t Obvious To You, You Need To Find A New Line Of Work Immediately.”
I heard a story yesterday that I haven’t been able to shake, mostly because it’s not the first time that I’ve heard it. A support person - someone who has chosen to make a career working with autistic children - took a nonspeaking child’s communication device away from him because she didn’t want to give him what he was requesting. The last time that I heard a similar story, the aide had taken the device as punishment.
You wouldn’t duct tape a typically developing child’s mouth or tie down the hands of a deaf child who uses sign language to communicate, and you do not, under any circumstances on God’s green Earth have the right take a communication device away from its user.
You do not EVER block access to a human being’s voice. Ever."
— Diary of a Mom Facebook page, 5/18/14 (via ausomekids)
There are people who would do those things (tie down a deaf child’s hands). But otherwise, yes this
A few months ago, there was a spammer going around promoting an AAC app in any autism-relevant Facebook group they could find. She happened to post in a group I’m very active in.
She linked to a Youtube video discussing this app’s features. She was really proud of one feature in particular. The parent/teacher/therapist could change the voice output on specific icons to the phrase ‘not available.’ For example, if the user wanted to say ‘popcorn’ when ‘popcorn’ was disabled, the icon would still appear, but the voice output would say ‘not available.’
Three members of the group ended up having a long conversation with her about this. (She was an unusually responsive spammer.) We explained that there is no equivalent way of doing this to a non-disabled child that’s not abuse. If your child is requesting McDonald’s and you’re not going to give them McDonald’s, you cannot physically prevent them from saying that particular word. You can duct tape their mouth shut and prevent them from saying anything at all, but that’s generally regarded as abuse.
Her response to that was “It’s abusive to decline your kid’s demand for McDonald’s?” We could not get through to her that not giving your kids what they want is different from physically preventing them from saying what they want. We could barely get her to acknowledge that this was limiting the user’s communication. Her take was that if the user could *see* the icon, everything was just fine. Even if they could no longer use it to communicate. Anyway, why would anyone want to use a word for an object they couldn’t immediately attain?
She was a Speech Language Pathologist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She wanted to stop perseveration. She wanted to know what letters we had behind our names. Did we know how to stop perseveration better than her?
It’s terrifying that the communication of disabled kids is routinely entrusted to people like this. That the basics of how communication works are entirely disregarded when the person communicating is disabled, whether it’s for the sake of convenience or some behaviorist dogma.