gracehelbig:

It’s #gracesguide book launch day! I’m clutching this red bull with my ET claw on account of feelings and a desperate need for caffeine! Did you get your copy yet!? GracesGuideBook.com
mydrunkkitchen: themadnessofsugarhigh: HANNAH IS GOING TO BE ON THE CHEW I’M SCREAMING Me too!!

mydrunkkitchen:

themadnessofsugarhigh:

HANNAH IS GOING TO BE ON THE CHEW I’M SCREAMING

Me too!!

meme4u:

I wonder why you are lonely
scienceshenanigans:

Okay while this is true, we need to keep things in perspective.
The mortality rate of influenza in 2010 was 807.3 deaths per 100,000 people infected. That’s a 0.81% mortality rate. 
Contrast that with ebola, which now has a mortality rate of 70% in parts West Africa. That means that statistically speaking, 7 out of 10 people infected in those areas will die. Fortunately, Nigeria has been able to contain its outbreak and is now declared ebola-free.
Yes, lots of people die from the flu. But many, many more who are infected with ebola die from it. Ebola is more a more lethal disease; that’s just the facts. Fortunately for us, it’s harder to transmit. You can only contract the ebola virus through direct contact with infected bodily fluids. Current knowledge suggests the virus is not easily aerosolized, unlike influenza virus. 
So let’s keep a little perspective, shall we? 
unamusedsloth:

He hurt his foot. [via]