Reblogged from ladylaguna  28 notes

ladylaguna:

eat-tread-dirtbags:

jennsypuff:

My shop is up on Society6! I have all kinds of fun things available, from art prints to clocks to shower curtains. This is all art I had in my stores. I plan to make some exclusive pieces for the shop in the near future! :)

Please check it out and reblog/share/follow me!

Everything looks great, but that clock is sexy as hell.

Thank you!! I love how that clock turned out.

Reblogging for the daywalkers over here :D Reblog and follow me and etc. etc. pls k thx :)

I want that skeleton pillow. I wants it bad.

paulxatreides:

lifehackable:

With the Ebola virus now spreading in the United States, it’s important to know the symptoms. Reblog and pass it on. 

If you haven’t touched the bodily fluids of someone who is infected with Ebola, you don’t fucking have Ebola.
All of these symptom posts forget this important fact. Someone with a headache and a sore throat may have seen this. They might be crying, thinking they’re going to die now because people leave out important information like that.
Stop fucking fearmongering. Spread accurate information about this. You’re not helping anyone by scaring people needlessly.

IMPORTANT EBOLA PSA INFO that seems to be missing from almost every other PSA I’ve seen
1. “Ebola is not spread through casual contact,” which means: You must have touched a person with Ebola in order to be at risk for Ebola. Specifically, you have to have had contact with their FLUIDS, and have had contact with said fluids almost immediately after they were expelled.
2. If a person is infected with Ebola (a carrier) but does not have any symptoms, they CANNOT SPREAD EBOLA. Which means that unless a person has Ebola and is ACTUALLY SICK, it cannot pass onto you.
3. Ebola cannot survive long outside of a human host. In fact, it has so much trouble surviving that scientists have difficulty testing cells, they expire so quickly outside of the body. 
4. This is not the first Viral Hemorrhagic Fever that the U.S. has dealt with and contained. It’s merely a new type, and Western medicine is more than capable of preventing an outbreak. “Ebola poses no substantial risk to the U.S. general population.” EBOLA POSES NO SUBSTANTIAL RISK TO THE U.S. GENERAL POPULATION.
5. It is entering FLU SEASON IN THE U.S. which means that if you are feeling sick, a seasonal flu is more likely the cause than Ebola. See a doctor if you feel sick, but don’t expect it to be Ebola unless you have actively touched the fluids from an actively ill Ebola patient. 

paulxatreides:

lifehackable:

With the Ebola virus now spreading in the United States, it’s important to know the symptoms. Reblog and pass it on. 

If you haven’t touched the bodily fluids of someone who is infected with Ebola, you don’t fucking have Ebola.

All of these symptom posts forget this important fact. Someone with a headache and a sore throat may have seen this. They might be crying, thinking they’re going to die now because people leave out important information like that.

Stop fucking fearmongering. Spread accurate information about this. You’re not helping anyone by scaring people needlessly.

IMPORTANT EBOLA PSA INFO that seems to be missing from almost every other PSA I’ve seen

1. “Ebola is not spread through casual contact,” which means: You must have touched a person with Ebola in order to be at risk for Ebola. Specifically, you have to have had contact with their FLUIDS, and have had contact with said fluids almost immediately after they were expelled.

2. If a person is infected with Ebola (a carrier) but does not have any symptoms, they CANNOT SPREAD EBOLA. Which means that unless a person has Ebola and is ACTUALLY SICK, it cannot pass onto you.

3. Ebola cannot survive long outside of a human host. In fact, it has so much trouble surviving that scientists have difficulty testing cells, they expire so quickly outside of the body. 

4. This is not the first Viral Hemorrhagic Fever that the U.S. has dealt with and contained. It’s merely a new type, and Western medicine is more than capable of preventing an outbreak. “Ebola poses no substantial risk to the U.S. general population.” EBOLA POSES NO SUBSTANTIAL RISK TO THE U.S. GENERAL POPULATION.

5. It is entering FLU SEASON IN THE U.S. which means that if you are feeling sick, a seasonal flu is more likely the cause than Ebola. See a doctor if you feel sick, but don’t expect it to be Ebola unless you have actively touched the fluids from an actively ill Ebola patient.