ebola patient coming to Atlanta

drmanhattan:

by the CDC Atlanta which was putting Anthrax in ziploc bags

and found Smallpox hanging out in a closet for like 50 years

and my anxiety about ebola has never faded since middle school science class documentary

whilemyimpaladeathlyweeps:

I was all happy reading posts about Croatoan, but then Ebola came up and now I’m terrified

benevolentallegiance:

Transparent Croatoan sign for your blog. 
If you see this on your dashboard, you now have the virus and must reblog or else you will succumb. 

benevolentallegiance:

Transparent Croatoan sign for your blog. 

If you see this on your dashboard, you now have the virus and must reblog or else you will succumb. 

nettosan:

datademon:

damn-arrows:

caffensis:

revyas:

I like it when cats settle down and it looks like they don’t have any limbs

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they’re slugs

…and if you ever wondered what they look like from underneath when doing that:

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This is important

clairvoyantsam:

So, “Carry On My Wayward Son" WILL be in the 200th episode. (x)

If Sam and Dean actually sing it

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I WILL GROW WINGS AND FLY TO HEAVEN

OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGG

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i-aint-afraid-of-no-croats:

Im ready for the Croatoan outbreak

i-aint-afraid-of-no-croats:

Im ready for the Croatoan outbreak

What I personally find, is that though it is more masculine in that the leads are guys instead of girls, essentially, it’s still about about the vulnerability that’s common to both sexes…. It’s not about being girly or manly, it’s more about these human beings….
— Jared Padalecki, SDCC 2014, when asked if because the show is more masculine than a show like Gilmore Girls, if they feel typecast.  (via backinblackestablished1967)
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