Essa merda de distância só faz me atrapalhar.
Scientist takes off clothes to go swimming with belugas. In the wild they will not interact with people wearing clothes.
A team of researchers from Arizona bought meat and poultry in five cities across the United States, tested them for bacteria, and found this: 47 percent of the samples contained the very common pathogen Staphylococcus aureus, and 96 percent of those isolates were resistant to at least one antibiotic. Of more concern: 52 percent of those staph isolates were resistant to at least three antibiotics that are commonly used in both veterinary and human medicine…
The antibiotics to which the staph was resistant included: penicillin and ampicillin; erythromycin; tetracycline; oxacillin, the more modern form of the drug methicillin; the drug combination quinupristin/dalfopristin, known as Synercid; the fluoroquinolones levofloxacin (Levaquin) and ciprofloxacin (Cipro); and the last-resort drugs for very serious staph infections vancomycin and daptomycin. One staph isolate was resistant to nine different antibiotics.
Okay, this is like a dillion trillion years old, but I’m reading it tonight because this movie is good and even if this movie being good is a thing it’s still good, you know?
This is the closest I can get to building anything out of lego recently.
[Image: Rule 63’d Todd Ingram from Scott Pilgrim, drawn in orange and pale green. She is playing bass guitar, her middle finger extended as her eyes glow with psychic vegan powers.]
“The Genderbending Ray! I can dodge this!”
Kurt/Blaine Foreign Kisses
Episode: 2x16 - Original Song
Original air date: March 15, 2011
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Fun fact—I had to speed up about 2-3 seconds of the visual at one part so that it would match up with the audio. Bet you can’t spot it!
This is left-wing politics.
no, it’s a graphic based on a novel about Stalinism. and it’s STILL got more multi-racial solidarity than the GOP..
Even though you would like to live in denial by claiming its based on Stalinism, Stalinism is left-wing, so you’ve proven my argument to be correct.
Also, Ingsoc means ‘English Socialism’. Socialism being left-wing.
And, it highlights the reality of ideological experiments on society such as those in the USSR and East Germany, which were left-wing.
The Republican Party doesn’t feature in this story.
awkward moment when Orwell was a member of the Fabian Society and the Labour Party, two SOCIALIST organizations in the UK.
and it is about Stalinism, and the irony that Stalin called him régime socialism when it obviously wasn’t.
Orwell was a Democratic Socialist. He was, that is just how it is. He criticised the totalitarian regimes that were produced in the USSR, etc. He was a Socialist critic of Stalinism, which the vast majority of the left still stands against.
The original poster has clearly not read anything else by Orwell. I suggest Down And Out In Paris And London. (I prefer The Road To Wigan Pier, but it’s better for people who aren’t going to put the book down at the first sight of a favourable view towards socialism.)