Saturday, August the 16th of 2014.
beautifrei:

offside-goal:

Omg chill

this is some airbending shit right here
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beautifrei:

offside-goal:

Omg chill

this is some airbending shit right here

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Saturday, August the 9th of 2014.
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Saturday, August the 9th of 2014.
gayblowjob:

i feel this on a personal level
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gayblowjob:

i feel this on a personal level

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Friday, August the 8th of 2014.

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Friday, August the 8th of 2014.
pubhealth:

International Road Safety

Road-related accidents are the #1 cause of preventable death in healthy US travelers.

Costly Mistake: Nearly half of medical evacuations back to the United States are the result of a car crash. A medical evacuation can cost more than $100,000.

A staggering 25,000 deaths resulting from vehicle-related accidents are tourists.

Don’t be another statistic. Eight simple steps to minimize your risk:

Always wear a seat belt and put children in car seats.
When possible, avoid riding in a car in a developing country at night.
Don’t ride motorcycles. If you must ride a motorcycle, wear a helmet.
Know local traffic laws before you get behind the wheel.
Don’t drink and drive.
Ride only in marked taxis with seatbelts.
Be alert when crossing the street, especially in countries where people drive on the left.
Avoid overcrowded, overweight, or top-heavy buses or vans.
(From CDC)



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pubhealth:

International Road Safety

Road-related accidents are the #1 cause of preventable death in healthy US travelers.

Costly Mistake: Nearly half of medical evacuations back to the United States are the result of a car crash. A medical evacuation can cost more than $100,000.

A staggering 25,000 deaths resulting from vehicle-related accidents are tourists.

Don’t be another statistic. Eight simple steps to minimize your risk:

  1. Always wear a seat belt and put children in car seats.
  2. When possible, avoid riding in a car in a developing country at night.
  3. Don’t ride motorcycles. If you must ride a motorcycle, wear a helmet.
  4. Know local traffic laws before you get behind the wheel.
  5. Don’t drink and drive.
  6. Ride only in marked taxis with seatbelts.
  7. Be alert when crossing the street, especially in countries where people drive on the left.
  8. Avoid overcrowded, overweight, or top-heavy buses or vans.

(From CDC)

Friday, August the 8th of 2014.

goingloco:

goingloco:

I needed a new toilet seat so I went on ebay and searched for “toilet seat unicorn”

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I’m so going to buy it.

I bet yall didn’t believe me

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Friday, August the 8th of 2014.

the-listening:

metalhearted:

today is the oldest you’ve ever been
and the youngest you’ll ever be again

let that sink in

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Friday, August the 8th of 2014.
kingsleyyy:

reblog if this cat is prettier than you
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kingsleyyy:

reblog if this cat is prettier than you

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Thursday, August the 7th of 2014.
medicalstate:

My Gut, My Choice by Alia Rezk.
The game changer of this eternal debate between health nuts and health care providers is C. difficile.
Now that. Changes. Everything.
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medicalstate:

My Gut, My Choice by Alia Rezk.

The game changer of this eternal debate between health nuts and health care providers is C. difficile.

Now that. Changes. Everything.

Thursday, August the 7th of 2014.

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