Emenia's Ramblings

Apr 09

annabellioncourt:

I never knew how true and realistic and non-exaggerated this episode was until I went to college.

Apr 09

allabitofablur:

fruitsgarden:

that was the biggest fucking overreaction im laughing so hard

The guy in the boots is the person this raccoon killed 10 years ago and now he pops up, totally alive and seeking revenge. Don’t judge a person to be overreacting until you know the whole story. 

Apr 06

wonderlandsorcery:

In case you thought the owl gif wasn’t creepy on it’s own!! 

Mar 18

mephistos-cafe-lattes:

feminismordeath:

badassperger:

caseyandsons:

bxneyard:

soulsuccubus:

thedaysofforever:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

I never usually laugh at these, but I literally just lost it

Lololol

Tears are streaming down my face oh my god

help

"I am getting fisted right now" omfg

this made me hysterical help

I lost it on Jesus Chalupa 

HOMO HOT LIPS

Mar 18
Mar 18

bikinipowerbottom:

parents: how were your grades this semester?

me: 

image

Mar 17
genicecream:

that-darn-hyena:

skully-pens:

cosmicremix:

tordles:

thingsthatsuckass:

marcovicci:

ah yes. my gender is blue with pink leg


so this is killing me cause my mind immediately thought.

and this is why im not allowed to be part of actual serious discussions.

i DONT UNDERSTAND THIS AT ALL I KEEP IMAGINING 



I feel particularly close to this one:



THIS POST GET’S MORE FUCKIN HILARIOUS EVERY TIME I SEE IT!

I made a thing aswell.

So scandalous~

hello friends

genicecream:

that-darn-hyena:

skully-pens:

cosmicremix:

tordles:

thingsthatsuckass:

marcovicci:

ah yes. my gender is blue with pink leg

so this is killing me cause my mind immediately thought.

and this is why im not allowed to be part of actual serious discussions.

i DONT UNDERSTAND THIS AT ALL I KEEP IMAGINING 

image

image

I feel particularly close to this one:

THIS POST GET’S MORE FUCKIN HILARIOUS EVERY TIME I SEE IT!

I made a thing aswell.

So scandalous~

hello friends

Mar 09
rotifers:

star-trekker:

How Vaccine Fears Fueled The Resurgence Of Preventable Diseases

For most of us, measles and whooping cough are diseases of the past. You get a few shots as a kid and then hardly think about them again.
But that’s not the case in all parts of the world — not even parts of the U.S.
As an interactive map from the Council on Foreign Relations illustrates, several diseases that are easily prevented with vaccines have made a comeback in the past few years. Their resurgence coincides with changes in perceptions about vaccine safety.
Since 2008 folks at the think tank CFR have been plotting all the cases of measles, mumps, rubella, polio and whooping cough around the world. Each circle on the map represents a local outbreak of a particular disease, while the size of the circle indicates the number of people infected in the outbreak.
As you flip through the various maps over the years, two trends clearly emerge: Measles has surged back in Europe, while whooping cough has become a problem here in the U.S.
Childhood immunization rates plummeted in parts of Europe and the U.K. after a 1998 study falsely claimed that the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella was linked to autism.
That study has since been found to be fraudulent. But fears about vaccine safety have stuck around in Europe and here in the U.S.
Viruses and bacteria have taken full advantage of the immunization gaps.
In 2011, France reported a massive measles outbreak with nearly 15,000 cases. Only the Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Indonesia, Nigeria and Somalia suffered larger measles outbreaks that year.
In 2012, the U.K. reported more than 2,000 measles cases, the largest number since 1994.
Here in the U.S., the prevalence of whooping cough shot up in 2012 to nearly 50,000 cases. Last year cases declined to about 24,000 — which is still more than tenfold the number reported back in the early ’80s when the bacteria infected less than 2,000 people.
So what about countries in Africa? Why are there so many big, colorful circles dotting the continent? For many parents there, the problem is getting access to vaccines, not fears of it.

(source)

The funny/sad thing is that a lot of anti-vaxxers swear up and down that vaccines are ineffective in the first place, so if you show them this graph they’ll no doubt fabricate some other explanation for the recent resurgence of these preventable diseases. Heck, it wouldn’t surprise me if some anti-vaxxers think the rise of MMR is all a calculated conspiracy by Big Pharma to scare people into… getting vaccinations they should have had anyway?

rotifers:

star-trekker:

How Vaccine Fears Fueled The Resurgence Of Preventable Diseases

For most of us, measles and whooping cough are diseases of the past. You get a few shots as a kid and then hardly think about them again.

But that’s not the case in all parts of the world — not even parts of the U.S.

As an interactive map from the Council on Foreign Relations illustrates, several diseases that are easily prevented with vaccines have made a comeback in the past few years. Their resurgence coincides with changes in perceptions about vaccine safety.

Since 2008 folks at the think tank CFR have been plotting all the cases of measles, mumps, rubella, polio and whooping cough around the world. Each circle on the map represents a local outbreak of a particular disease, while the size of the circle indicates the number of people infected in the outbreak.

As you flip through the various maps over the years, two trends clearly emerge: Measles has surged back in Europe, while whooping cough has become a problem here in the U.S.

Childhood immunization rates plummeted in parts of Europe and the U.K. after a 1998 study falsely claimed that the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella was linked to autism.

That study has since been found to be fraudulent. But fears about vaccine safety have stuck around in Europe and here in the U.S.

Viruses and bacteria have taken full advantage of the immunization gaps.

In 2011, France reported a massive measles outbreak with nearly 15,000 cases. Only the Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Indonesia, Nigeria and Somalia suffered larger measles outbreaks that year.

In 2012, the U.K. reported more than 2,000 measles cases, the largest number since 1994.

Here in the U.S., the prevalence of whooping cough shot up in 2012 to nearly 50,000 cases. Last year cases declined to about 24,000 — which is still more than tenfold the number reported back in the early ’80s when the bacteria infected less than 2,000 people.

So what about countries in Africa? Why are there so many big, colorful circles dotting the continent? For many parents there, the problem is getting access to vaccines, not fears of it.

(source)

The funny/sad thing is that a lot of anti-vaxxers swear up and down that vaccines are ineffective in the first place, so if you show them this graph they’ll no doubt fabricate some other explanation for the recent resurgence of these preventable diseases. Heck, it wouldn’t surprise me if some anti-vaxxers think the rise of MMR is all a calculated conspiracy by Big Pharma to scare people into… getting vaccinations they should have had anyway?

Mar 06
Mar 06
pigeon666:

al-grave:

Surprise, motherfucker!

coolest cat ever lol

pigeon666:

al-grave:

Surprise, motherfucker!

coolest cat ever lol

Feb 28

stoned-levi:

zizicat:

I just wanted a gifset of all three… (x,x,x)

this is the one i’ve needed

Feb 18

catholicamputee:

Can we just talk about this scene? Because no, this isn’t the first Disney film about family, that’s true. But this movie, it deals explicitly with the notion of true love’s kiss. 
"An act of true love can thaw a frozen heart" and they just assume "true love’s kiss." And the entire audience, we just went along with it. I mean, sure, we probably guessed that it was Kristoff and not Hans, but true love’s kiss, sounds legit.

But you know what, a stupid kiss isn’t an act of true love by itself. An act of true love is an act of self-sacrifice, and although a kiss can be loving, it’s not really on the self-sacrificial level. 

If an act of true love being performed towards her was going to save her, she would have been saved the second Kristoff dropped her at the castle. Getting her to the castle and letting her go was an act of true love. But that didn’t save her. 

Why? Because other people can’t change you. Other people can’t fix you. They can help you see what needs to be done, but they can’t do it for you. It’s not really so much about not needing a man to save you, whatever. Anna’s gender doesn’t even matter to this scene. What matters is that if your heart is frozen, and it was long before Elsa shot ice into it - her requests of her sister were to play and for company, never questions of whether her sister needed anything. If your heart is frozen, only you can thaw it. You have to fix yourself. And the only way you can save yourself is by sacrificing yourself, putting yourself last, truly loving someone. 

This movie tackles the idea that a true love’s kiss can save you head-on and says, “No. You save you. Kisses will follow. But the kiss isn’t the true love. There’s so much more to love than a kiss.” 

I love this movie.

Feb 15

somehuntersloveangels:

orangefeatherybooty:

kankrulous:

I need this fucking shirt

the shirt of our people

Supernatural official t shirt

Feb 14

armpitfebreeze:

why aren’t we talking more about digimon

Feb 14
jennytrout:

Same for dogs. Stop starving your dogs because you think every animal in the world could be vegan.

jennytrout:

Same for dogs. Stop starving your dogs because you think every animal in the world could be vegan.