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Ooh I need to watch tonight’s AoS before I go to bed. I almost forgot Bobbi is on tonight. :D

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mochitastic:

enterprisingyounglady:

rstevens:

This is one sarcastic fucking medical textbook.

#BY DR. LEONARD H. MCCOY

#disease and danger and darkness and silence: the starfleet medical manual #by dr. leonard mccoy #featuring an in depth exploration of why starfleet officers seem to want to get themselves killed #don’t touch that! a physician’s guide to first contact #and 100 exciting new methods of hypospray application #introduction by james t. kirk: five times bones saved my life and that one time we all inhaled sex pollen instead

mochitastic:

enterprisingyounglady:

rstevens:

This is one sarcastic fucking medical textbook.

#BY DR. LEONARD H. MCCOY

#disease and danger and darkness and silence: the starfleet medical manual #by dr. leonard mccoy #featuring an in depth exploration of why starfleet officers seem to want to get themselves killed #don’t touch that! a physician’s guide to first contact #and 100 exciting new methods of hypospray application #introduction by james t. kirk: five times bones saved my life and that one time we all inhaled sex pollen instead

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teawitch:

kindahardtopronounce:

Never trust an organic chemist…

Back in college, we once managed to ether the entire lab. The school had just had work done on the lab, including the fume hoods. The hoods were making wonderful “whoooooosh” noises but apparently not actually removing fumes.
So we had 30 students, diligently working away and keeping the ether under the non-working fume hoods. A grad student walked in and suddenly had the strangest expression on his face. He vanished and came back with the prof, who’d been in the other lab. The prof had been a WWII flying ace and didn’t even flinch. He just calmly ordered us all to leave the building and assemble on the lawn.  
Organic chemistry was a series of misadventures where “that could have killed us” was often uttered. 

teawitch:

kindahardtopronounce:

Never trust an organic chemist…

Back in college, we once managed to ether the entire lab. The school had just had work done on the lab, including the fume hoods. The hoods were making wonderful “whoooooosh” noises but apparently not actually removing fumes.

So we had 30 students, diligently working away and keeping the ether under the non-working fume hoods. A grad student walked in and suddenly had the strangest expression on his face. He vanished and came back with the prof, who’d been in the other lab. The prof had been a WWII flying ace and didn’t even flinch. He just calmly ordered us all to leave the building and assemble on the lawn.  

Organic chemistry was a series of misadventures where “that could have killed us” was often uttered. 

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