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Whats in your heart?
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22 / F / Depths of Eternity
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Posted 7/31/12
full of stress and some freaking idiot
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25 / Behind you
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Posted 7/31/12
Well, in my left atrium, blood pumps out from the right ventricles, into the bodies blood supply. The right atrium has blood going through the pulmonary artery to supply your lunge with carbon dioxide to be expelled.
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Posted 7/31/12
mosasaurs and plesiosaurs, while dinosaurs did not also use gastroliths.

The carnivores. I ate up those rocks for a specific purpose, just like the crocodiles. In fact, mosasaurs and plesiosaurs is a family of crocodiles, so it's not that strange.

And to be honest, you will gastroliths is the only source we have evidence of the use of the tool more than 65 million years ago.

Do you really expect scientists to the discovery of some sticks with a dinosaur scratch marks on it?

Scientists can not even find the remnants of the robot by the use of primate tool.

But does not really matter, since palaeontologists have been moving away from the model of hybrid reptile dumb about smart reptiles / birds with feet ever since the revolution dinosaur.

Tool does not need evidence as proof of intelligent animals.

Parental care and fishing package is all you need.

It seems likely that the fossil evidence, rather than that is just around the corner.

It pretty much accepted that Tyrannosaurs raised their young, and there is some fishing package was discovered in the large theropod in South America, and perhaps Canada, I think, and that means it's not only smaller birds of prey which increased intelligence over time.

Theropods were not very large
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Posted 8/1/12

Watermelonheaven wrote:

Anxiety about the future (jobs, home, family, health, etc.).


that's good too, me too - haven't got paid in a month + two more weeks...hella stressful
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M / Cali
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Posted 8/1/12
I feel distant. Lost my job, hit a rough patch with my gf and my health issues.
This year started out pretty bad, so im using trying to cope with it.
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18 / M / bloomington, IL
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Posted 8/3/12
well i dont want to sound like i hat life and everything in it but ever since my ex screwed me over ive felt nothing but hatred towards a lot of people kind of like im being surrounded by darkness
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25 / M / California
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Posted 8/3/12 , edited 8/3/12

Sweetfire13 wrote:

mosasaurs and plesiosaurs, while dinosaurs did not also use gastroliths.

The carnivores. I ate up those rocks for a specific purpose, just like the crocodiles. In fact, mosasaurs and plesiosaurs is a family of crocodiles, so it's not that strange.

And to be honest, you will gastroliths is the only source we have evidence of the use of the tool more than 65 million years ago.

Do you really expect scientists to the discovery of some sticks with a dinosaur scratch marks on it?

Scientists can not even find the remnants of the robot by the use of primate tool.

But does not really matter, since palaeontologists have been moving away from the model of hybrid reptile dumb about smart reptiles / birds with feet ever since the revolution dinosaur.

Tool does not need evidence as proof of intelligent animals.

Parental care and fishing package is all you need.

It seems likely that the fossil evidence, rather than that is just around the corner.

It pretty much accepted that Tyrannosaurs raised their young, and there is some fishing package was discovered in the large theropod in South America, and perhaps Canada, I think, and that means it's not only smaller birds of prey which increased intelligence over time.

Theropods were not very large


Wait....what? What are you tripping on? Give me some.
Posted 8/3/12

chinabean wrote:


Watermelonheaven wrote:

Anxiety about the future (jobs, home, family, health, etc.).


that's good too, me too - haven't got paid in a month + two more weeks...hella stressful


I can imagine. Hope things get better.
Posted 8/3/12
sexy models..
Posted 8/3/12
my haeart is filled with nerves,blood and that kind of stuff
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23 / M / Nova Scotia, Canada
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Posted 8/3/12
My blood is filled with the fetid black ichor of EVIL.

Or possibly blood. No, I think it might be patience ..
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35 / New York
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Posted 8/3/12
Acid.
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27 / Morroωιɴd
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Posted 8/3/12
Squirrels.
Posted 8/4/12
Two hot guys doing naughty stuff.
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27 / M / Gotham City
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Posted 8/4/12
Today was a good day. For now, my heart is filled with warmth, sunshine, and contentment.
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F / United States
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Posted 8/4/12
My first kiss that I had last night. First time it was like ehh, then the second time it was almost a makeout.. yeah that hasn't left my mind.
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Posted 8/4/12
atria, ventricles & benevolence
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