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mark-gaytits:

cap-gamelamer:

tangedolium:

WAIT IS IT ACTUALLY GENUINELY A THING THAT AMERICANS DON’T HAVE KETTLES?

BUT THEN HOW DO THEY MAKE TEA?!

by throwing it into the harbor

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BOOM.

(via wanderwonderly)


@mercedes-benz commercial shoot with my pops!! #haha #hesanactornow#mydadsanactornow lol

@mercedes-benz commercial shoot with my pops!! #haha #hesanactornow#mydadsanactornow lol

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As requested by tl55love! x 

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billwiggins:

John: This is uh … Are you, um … rich?
Henry: Yeah.
John: Right.

billwiggins:

John: This is uh … Are you, um … rich?

Henry: Yeah.

John: Right.

(via thewatsondiaries)

American Horror Story: Murder House [x]

imwithkanye:

***Flawless. 
Lupita Nyong’o at GLAAD Media Awards

imwithkanye:

***Flawless. 

Lupita Nyong’o at GLAAD Media Awards

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policymic:

This “miracle drug” can cure 150 million people of Hepatitis C … but there’s one problem

It’s astronomically expensive, and no one wants to pay for it.
For those who suffer from Hepatitis C — an estimated 150–200 million people worldwide — a drug called Sofosbuvir (being sold as Sovaldi) may have seemed like the answer. After gaining approval in the U.S. last December, Sovaldi has been the most effective cure to date when it comes to suppressing the virus. Experts have called it a “major breakthrough” and a “turning point,” and deservedly so — the drug’s success rate speaks for itself. 
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policymic:

This “miracle drug” can cure 150 million people of Hepatitis C … but there’s one problem

It’s astronomically expensive, and no one wants to pay for it.

For those who suffer from Hepatitis C — an estimated 150–200 million people worldwide — a drug called Sofosbuvir (being sold as Sovaldi) may have seemed like the answer. After gaining approval in the U.S. last December, Sovaldi has been the most effective cure to date when it comes to suppressing the virus. Experts have called it a “major breakthrough” and a “turning point,” and deservedly so — the drug’s success rate speaks for itself. 

Read more | Follow policymic