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apothecarie:

One of the benefits of being in pharmacy school is that I also learn about amazing scientists of the past. When I think of how these scientists changed the course of history with their research, I’m just in awe. And so, Paul Ehrlich for your dash.

apothecarie:

One of the benefits of being in pharmacy school is that I also learn about amazing scientists of the past. When I think of how these scientists changed the course of history with their research, I’m just in awe. And so, Paul Ehrlich for your dash.

Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds”

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torying: 

Rings with razor-sharp blades, Criminal Germany, Berlin, 1932

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Rings with razor-sharp blades, Criminal Germany, Berlin, 1932

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Overcast, by your shadow, as our worlds move on.

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fakingitedit:

If you could be with a boy why wouldn’t you? It’d be so much easier. For me or for you?

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Ed Feingersh in New York, 1955

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junejuly15:

That’s what people do, leave a note…

Boys Don’t Cry (1999), Kimberly Peirce

I love the way this country smells. I’ll never forget it. It’s kind of spicy.

-The Darjeeling Limited (2007)-

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jtotheizzoe:

Emma Watson: Accio Equality!

You really need to watch Emma Watson’s brilliant and moving speech from the floor of the United Nations, as part of the UN HeForShe campaign, on the importance of feminism and the right of every human, regardless of gender, to become the most complete version of themselves. It’s not science, but it’s more important than anything I could possibly share with you today.

She offers a formal invitation to the men of the world to join in the efforts for worldwide gender equality.

To Emma: Invitation accepted.

Are you with us?

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