*goes on netflix*

me: huntin' for lesbian movies, aw yeah

*scrolls for ages*

me: i haven't seen this one. i'll give it a go

*five minutes into the movie*

me: nope.

pretty-period:

More girls should join boys’ teams so it could be a tradition and it wouldn’t be so special.” - 13-year-old Mo’Ne Davis, the 18th girl to play in the Little League World Series in its 68-year history, the FIRST girl to throw a Little League World Series SHUTOUT. Her fastball? 70 MILES PER HOUR. #throwlikeagirl #BlackGirlsROCK

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chaplainjohn:

adenosinetriesphosphate:

Aftermath of a Code Crimson at my hospital the other night. My friend works in the ER and took this photo and sent me the following:
      “Car rolled three times, became on fire. Transported to us for intubation then supposed to be transferred to ________ [higher acuity hospital omitted for HIPPA reasons] but then she coded. She was a mess. Blood everywhere. Bones sticking out of the skin. Adipose tissue out. Depressed frontal skull fracture. Mid forties. She died.”
The aftermath of a life not saved.

The best description of an ER trauma room after a failed save I’ve ever heard, “The aftermath of a life not saved.”
I hope those ER personnel have access to CISM/PTS resources, that had to be a rough one. 

I remember when a trauma came in - a guy riding his motorcycle in the canyons at 80 mph and crashed - there was blood everywhere. Open fractures, including a horrible skull fracture, and plenty of other injuries. it took EVS (the people who clean the rooms) hours to clean up after he died because there was so much blood. I talked to the EVS worker and he told me he would keeping thinking he was done and he would find more blood. 

chaplainjohn:

adenosinetriesphosphate:

Aftermath of a Code Crimson at my hospital the other night. My friend works in the ER and took this photo and sent me the following:

      “Car rolled three times, became on fire. Transported to us for intubation then supposed to be transferred to ________ [higher acuity hospital omitted for HIPPA reasons] but then she coded. She was a mess. Blood everywhere. Bones sticking out of the skin. Adipose tissue out. Depressed frontal skull fracture. Mid forties. She died.”

The aftermath of a life not saved.

The best description of an ER trauma room after a failed save I’ve ever heard, “The aftermath of a life not saved.”

I hope those ER personnel have access to CISM/PTS resources, that had to be a rough one. 

I remember when a trauma came in - a guy riding his motorcycle in the canyons at 80 mph and crashed - there was blood everywhere. Open fractures, including a horrible skull fracture, and plenty of other injuries. it took EVS (the people who clean the rooms) hours to clean up after he died because there was so much blood. I talked to the EVS worker and he told me he would keeping thinking he was done and he would find more blood. 

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