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#16 - hey look,a guy bigger and taller than me,i'll just turn my bac… 33 minutes ago on robin 0
#72 - technically everything cuts through cells. Now if you meant th… 46 minutes ago on tri-dagger 0
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#47 - he is being tased,full of adrenaline.He may not be thinking in…  [+] (1 new reply) 20 hours ago on He did not do anything! +2
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#52 - hurpfry (20 hours ago) [-]
he was thinking 'this is a good way to get them to kill me'
#49 - oh,don't take me with "i want to save everybody" …  [+] (1 new reply) 23 hours ago on School 0
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#50 - retrotroglodyte (22 hours ago) [-]
that's exactly the reason why you should aspire for more that just a job, so you don't become a bitter husk of a person who eventually kills themselves
#47 - i didn't enjoy microbiology that much,so i'm gonna believe you…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/25/2016 on o no 0
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#55 - fresighto (23 hours ago) [-]
That bit is true, it's just bacteria. It's a big issue with stuff like staph and certain flu strains, they're antibiotic resistant or immune now, at least to some treatments. They select naturally just as we do, but since the lifespan is much shorter it happens in decades instead of centuries or more
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#100 - donatelo (20 hours ago) [-]
It's not just decades. A recent anti biotic came out and it was rendered obsolete in 8 months.