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First image ever taken of the Hydrogen Atom
71271
On the left: Scene from the first season of Stranger Things, set in 1983. On the right: Me, wearing the exact same shirt in 1983.
21648
PsBattle: Dirty Cat in a Rail Yard
22479
Elon Musk on Twitter: High altitude wind shear data shows a probable 2% load exceedance. Small, but better to be paranoid. Postponing launch to tomorrow, assuming winds are better then.
18335
[I ate] extra fluffy Japanese pancakes.
67904
This morning reflection from my front door
12898
Swedish Major Eric Bonde smokes a cigarette after being ambushed and shot twice, Congo, 1961
15570
me irl
24694
MASWEA!
20574
[Image] Sucking at something is the first step
7944
We still like cute goats, right?
12261
Happy Birthday, Anthony Daniels!
21342
You're goddamn right.
9020
Tank Puppy sees snow for the firs time at the Toronto Zoo.
36157
Shut up and take my money
12217
Satisfaction.
6077
Trucker forgot he was driving a tractor trailer this morning while going through the bridge toll.
15475
Roses are red, I play on the grass,
16088
Dog trying to escape from wolves
38292
Mass shooting plot for SoCal high school thwarted by alert security guard
13742
lol
9407
Elon Musk on Twitter: "Today’s Falcon launch carries 2 SpaceX test satellites for global broadband. If successful, Starlink constellation will serve least served."
21077
Battlefeels Episode 23: Looting with true friends
16646
There’s no way he would do that? Surely!!?
12458
Health insurance is key
5069
On the left: Scene from the first season of Stranger Things, set in 1983. On the right: Me, wearing the same shirt in 1983.
31233
Just going to shoot this fridge WCGW
9931
Cooking crepes like a boss
9041
I am king of all I survey for I have a mighty throne
13175
(OC) who is!?
4463
hmmm...
16563
How to live happily in the galaxy
11913
[MAIN SPOILERS] There is a single season for each of the Lannister siblings in which they are broken down and emotionally and physically transformed for the rest of the series
19936
Philippines 'concerned' as U.S. intelligence tags Duterte a threat to democracy
6645
‘Complimenting’ while talking about work, that’s the way to go.
6000
X
12517
MRW I saw the top gif submission yesterday
13518
56.6% of early-onset dementia is alcohol-related
10341
ITAP of my dog getting out of the ocean
46910
TIL about Perpetual Stew, common in the middle ages, it was a stew that was kept constantly stewing in a pot and rarely emptied, just constantly replenished with whatever items they could throw in it.
6544 Iamabioticgod >Martin Shkreli, the former pharmaceutical executive who is awaiting sentencing for a fraud conviction, was sent to jail on Wednesday after a federal judge found that he presented a threat to the community because he had offered money for a strand of Hillary Clinton’s hair.
2592 Slummish Yeah, when you're out on bail awaiting sentencing for another conviction, your best bet is to sit at home quietly and stfu.
947 I_am_great1334 u/martinshkreli Care to explain yourself? Oh wait...
366 _amnesiac This will probably get buried but whatever. I worked in pharma for a long time and what he did at Turing is the fucking blueprint for that entire industry. Jack up the price, stick the insurance companies with the bill (which of course will trickle down to the consumer), and then subsidize the co-payment for the patient so you look like the good guy ("Hey, your insurance is paying $25,000 per month for this, but we're gonna cover your $40 co pay!"). Finally, give it away for free to a miniscule percentage of people for the good press. That's what he did. That's what we did. Thats what hundreds of others do. The only reason Shkrelli got any lasting heat is because he's a young guy who went into full WWE villain mode once he started getting some attention. Usually, once a price gouging story runs some old white CEO comes out with a bullshit statement heavily vetted by our corporate lawyers about how we're committed to helping patients, and it goes away with the rest of the news cycle in 48 hours. It happened to companies I worked for multiple times, and every time the heat was off within a day or two Martin was drawing prolonged negative attention to the entire healthcare industry during an election year simply because he wouldnt shut up, which in turn was creating a dialogue with the Dems in Washington about drug pricing reform during a time when Clinton was way ahead in the polls, which in turn was negatively affecting the markets, which in turn was causing a lot of rich and powerful people to lose a lot of money. It was only a matter of time before he got jailed or worse for what he was single handedly responsible for in that industry over that time. Don't get me wrong, jailing Shkreli is a good start, but he is just the scapegoat for an incredibly fucked up industry. There are others in that industry making a lot more money than him while exploiting a much bigger (and sicker) patient population, and nobody knows their names.
663 FiddleFoddle >Mr. Shkreli, dressed in a lavender button-down shirt, was animated for much of the hearing, as he had been throughout his trial. But his behavior changed when Judge Matsumoto said that she had decided to jail him, and he sat quietly at the defense table for the rest of the hearing. lol, best part of the article. I could actually picture it.
121 peasantrebellion Put him in one of the 36 Chambers.
28 bugboi He shouldn't have disrespected the Wu Tang clan