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folieahurley:

I’m Like a Lawyer (insp)

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vorfreudde:

Remember back in 5th grade, when everyone vowed not to ever do drugs

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make me choose: ian-gallagher asked: legolas/thranduil

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Me: oh thats cute
*checks price tag*
Me: no its not
oh-i-reach-to-a-star:

My feis snapchats are the best snapchats

oh-i-reach-to-a-star:

My feis snapchats are the best snapchats

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petapixel:

One of the most powerful, heart wrenching short films we’ve ever shared… have the tissues close by for this one. http://petapixel.com/2014/03/17/short-film-removed-takes-you-on-an-incredible-journey-of-a-foster-child/

nonewgrads:

THIS IS THE PORTRAIT OF THE NURSING SHORTAGE

THIS IS THE AMERICAN NURSING SHORTAGE

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nightdutynurse:

emt-monster:

This is an x-ray of a 79 yo man who had lost weight and was being evaluated for swallowing difficulties.  During the process of having him rapidly swallow barium (dense element that allows one to visualize structures), he aspirated the barium into his lungs.  This led to respiratory failure.

The x-ray showed barium into both right and left main stem bronchi in the left upper and lower lobes.  The barium spread to the smaller airways which produced the tree-in-bud appearance (arrow).
This patient had the barium suctioned out (as much as possible), but he developed shock, his heart stopped beating and he suffered severe brain injury.  He died a short time later.

(Source: www.anatomybox.com)

That’s one way to fail a barium swallow with flying colors…..

nightdutynurse:

emt-monster:

This is an x-ray of a 79 yo man who had lost weight and was being evaluated for swallowing difficulties. During the process of having him rapidly swallow barium (dense element that allows one to visualize structures), he aspirated the barium into his lungs. This led to respiratory failure.

The x-ray showed barium into both right and left main stem bronchi in the left upper and lower lobes. The barium spread to the smaller airways which produced the tree-in-bud appearance (arrow).
This patient had the barium suctioned out (as much as possible), but he developed shock, his heart stopped beating and he suffered severe brain injury. He died a short time later.

(Source: www.anatomybox.com)

That’s one way to fail a barium swallow with flying colors…..

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wimpynoodle:

I’M NOT EVEN GOOD AT THINGS I’M GOOD AT

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pizzashrapnelblindness:

growing up i always thought that quicksand was going to be a much bigger problem than it turned out to be

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raidioactive:

*texts back 3 weeks later* sorry I fell asleep

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prncssbee:

I want to drop everything and just travel the world with someone who wants to just as much as I do

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