August 15 2014, 2am


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August 15 2014, 12am


madokaaaaaaaaaaaa:

She’s beauty

She’s grace

She’s Ms. Step on my Face

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August 15 2014, 12am


thepunkrocker:

thescentofsouls:

I’ll respect your opinion as long as your opinion doesn’t disrespect my existence.

THIS PHRASE SHOULD BE WRITTEN EVERYWHERE AROUND THE WORLD 


August 15 2014, 12am


kianalvane:

the sky was really pretty just now and so was the moon


August 15 2014, 12am


vinegod:

When you don’t buy a drink at a lemonade stand by David Lopez


August 15 2014, 12am


celsisus:

ridge:

walking past your crush like

THIS GIRL IS A NATIONAL.HERO


August 15 2014, 12am


sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

On December 1, 1978, a female patient named Margaret Schilling disappeared from one of the wards in a mental hospital.

On January 12, 1979, they found her body in the abandoned top floor of ward N. 20. When a maintenance man discovered her body lying on the floor in front of a window, she had been dead for several weeks. 
The official cause of death was heart failure, probably due to her exposure to the December cold in an unheated section of the hospital.

She apparently locked herself in the ward as a game, hiding from hospital employees. Before she died she took off her clothes and folded them neatly nearby. 
Why didn’t she call for help? Part of the legend that has not been confirmed is that she was deaf. 
What is true is that her body left a stain. It was due to sunlight and cold temperature exposure.

Those who still worked in Athens Lunatic Asylum, say that they can still sense her presence. They see her walking around the halls sometimes. Some reported seeing random scrawls appear on the wall, one of which contained the message "I was never crazy."

SOURCE

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

On December 1, 1978, a female patient named Margaret Schilling disappeared from one of the wards in a mental hospital.

On January 12, 1979, they found her body in the abandoned top floor of ward N. 20. When a maintenance man discovered her body lying on the floor in front of a window, she had been dead for several weeks. 

The official cause of death was heart failure, probably due to her exposure to the December cold in an unheated section of the hospital.

She apparently locked herself in the ward as a game, hiding from hospital employees. Before she died she took off her clothes and folded them neatly nearby. 

Why didn’t she call for help? Part of the legend that has not been confirmed is that she was deaf.

What is true is that her body left a stain. It was due to sunlight and cold temperature exposure.

Those who still worked in Athens Lunatic Asylum, say that they can still sense her presence. They see her walking around the halls sometimes. Some reported seeing random scrawls appear on the wall, one of which contained the message "I was never crazy."

SOURCE


August 15 2014, 12am


soandriusan:

hookteeth:

peterfromtexas:

Next time you go walking around barefoot in the water…

WHAT A BABY

BABBY THRESHER MAW

(Source: iraffiruse)


August 15 2014, 12am


breakingstride:

broomsticksandpaddles:

youarelookingatthis:

There needs to be a live action version of this starring Neil Patrick Harris and Robert Downey Jr.

OH MY GOD

THAT IS ALL I WANT NOW

(Source: dmitribelkov)


August 15 2014, 12am


designersofthings:

3D Printed Cast Design Heals Patients 40% Faster
A Turkish student has designed a 3D printed cast prototype that could help speed up the healing process by 40% when worn. The prototype, called Osteoid, utilizes proven healing benefits from low-intensity pulsed ultrasound. Its design focuses on comfort and improvement of overall healing for the patient.
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designersofthings:

3D Printed Cast Design Heals Patients 40% Faster

A Turkish student has designed a 3D printed cast prototype that could help speed up the healing process by 40% when worn. The prototype, called Osteoid, utilizes proven healing benefits from low-intensity pulsed ultrasound. Its design focuses on comfort and improvement of overall healing for the patient.

Read More