Omg no cholesterol
Friend sent this to me
It's a good philosophy
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> Louisiana attorney general to ask Sessions to break up Google, Facebook, Twitter
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Although to be real, I'd much rather just switch back to pantheon-files, except that there's no way to make it sort folders correctly, as illustrated in the following screenshot
(If someone can tell me how to fix THIS bug, I'll just ditch Nautilus altogether)
I saw this and immediately thought: quidditch hoops
I miss the old quidditch days
Logging on to scholar.social like
Me: I'm so excited! I have so many books I want to read!
My bf: Take care of your glasses ...
More from the garden
I think the kids are going to be okay
McGill U, Montreal
Public posts—mostly medical ethics
Follow for snark and Star Trek opinions
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