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dustinis:

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allons-y-jawn:

sodamnrelatable:

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^reblogging again for that gif

Accurate gif is accurate

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jazzfort:

i shouldn’t have laughed as much as i did

nyoom

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How surprising is it that women with children do not earn as much as women who do not have children? If you don’t think children take up a mother’s time, you just haven’t raised any children.

How surprising is it that men with children earn more than men without children, just the opposite of the situation with women? Is it surprising that a man who has more mouths to feed is more likely to work longer hours? Or take on harder or more dangerous jobs, in order to earn more money?

More than 90 percent of the people who are killed on the job are men. There is no point pretending that there are no differences between what women do and what men do in the workplace, or that these differences don’t affect income.

During my research on male-female differences for my book “Economic Facts and Fallacies,” I was amazed to learn that young male doctors earned much higher incomes than young female doctors. But it wasn’t so amazing after I discovered that young male doctors worked over 500 hours more per year than young female doctors.

Even when women and men work at jobs that have the same title — whether doctors, lawyers, economists or whatever — people do not get paid for what their job title is, but for what they actually do.

Women lawyers who are pregnant, or who have young children, may have good reasons to prefer a 9 to 5 job in a government agency to working 60 hours a week in a high-powered law firm. But there is no point comparing male lawyers as a group with female lawyers as a group, if you don’t look any deeper than job titles.

Unless, of course, you are not looking for the truth, but for political talking points to excite the gullible.

kielbasa:

too true.

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breakinq:

following back heaps♡

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breakinq:

following back heaps♡

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the-more-u-know:

mishasminions:

tunte:

tom-aiac:

This is true art right here.

Humans are great

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These rock

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Hidden Beach on Marieta Islands, off the coast of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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kageboonshin:

best part of 2013 image

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mucholderthen:

Titin — also known as connectin — is a giant protein that functions as a molecular spring which is responsible for the passive elasticity of muscle. … Titin is important in the contraction of striated muscle tissues.  

More info in Wikipedia …

C169 723H270 464N45 688O52 243S912.

LOWER IMAGE: [Wikimedia] crystallographic structure of the protein titin based on PDB 1BPV

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