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elvishness:

you’re cute but your outfit is still terrible

zeekappa:

Shalalala kiss the boy

Sort of redraw from this thing, because I’ve been wanting to draw a more well-drawn version of merdave for ages

rollingrabbit:

Rule number one: don’t ever try to double cross The Mouse.

rollingrabbit:

Rule number one: don’t ever try to double cross The Mouse.

rollingrabbit:

Here’s a leftover ReBoot thing to break up all the Bioshock posts for about five minutes.

rollingrabbit:

Here’s a leftover ReBoot thing to break up all the Bioshock posts for about five minutes.

rollingrabbit:

Sometimes I want to do a drawing for every episode of ReBoot.

rollingrabbit:

Sometimes I want to do a drawing for every episode of ReBoot.

rollingrabbit:

My format: COMMAND.COM of what was once Mainframe.

rollingrabbit:

My format: COMMAND.COM of what was once Mainframe.

Sam Tsui - Timber / Counting Stars MASHUP
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sammy-winchesthair:

everything that kills me is going down

ackles-wants-snackles-with-cas:

thatcrazywhoviangirl:

do-you-have-a-flag:

tomorrow

Always reblog NSYNC the day before May

Queueing this for next year

stanry-ampora:

evolvinglogic:

policymic:

Doctor saves child’s life by practicing heart surgery on 3D-printed model

Heart surgery is an extremely difficult procedure. Even more so when the tiny anatomy of a small child is involved. When 14-month old Roland Lian Cung Bawi’s heart was failing him, his surgeon Erle Austin knew that he had to prepare meticulously for an intricate operation. Initially he consulted other surgeons, but this yielded conflicting advice. So Austin turned to 3D printing for help.

Using the facilities at the University of Louisville’s engineering school, Austin and his medical team produced a three dimensional model of little Ronald’s heart. Pediatric operations are difficult because the interior structures of a child’s organs are small and hard to see clearly. This model allowed the surgical team to come up with a precise plan to limit the amount of exploratory incisions, reduce operating time and prevent the need for follow-up operations.

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Fuck. This is important.

3D printers are turning out to be the biggest medical breakthrough I’ve heard of in a long fucking time