"In America". Where I come from (and a lot of other countries), in 2014, a student can study at a public university for free. Period. No catch. No loan. No debt.
Also, Norway is one of the countries where foreign students can attend FREE university without paying a cent of tuition money. (Source)
I remember reading this creepy story years ago, but I’ve searched and searched and I can not find it at all, so here’s my own written version of it:
I hate sleeping alone. I know, I’m older and I shouldn’t be afraid of the monster under my bed, but this monster is inside my head. It’s a voice.
At first it’s soft.
"Please help me."
I look around my room. Complete darkness. There’s nothing around me. The disembodied voice continues to get louder and more demanding.
It’s booming now. I’ve tried to tell my mother about the voice many times before, but she ignores me. The voice vibrates against my skull.
“COME ON. I’M RIGHT NEXT TO YOU.”
I put the palm of my hands against my ears to try and shut it out. Sometimes it works. I really wish my mom would help me. She barely talks to me anymore these days. I hear it again.
“PLEASE!!!!!! JUST LISTEN TO ME!!!!!”
I feel two icy hands on my shoulders, and I jump out of bed. This was it. I’ve had enough. I run to my mother’s room.
"Mom! Mom! The voices are back. Please let me just sleep with you for tonight."
My mom immediately wakes up and rolls over. Her eyes are wide open with concern. She takes out her cell phone and dials in a number.
"Hello? Doctor? I’m sorry for calling this late, but I’m hearing the voices again"
Holy plot twist
The chip is a 20-millimeter square, about 7 millimeters thick, and each day, it dispenses 30 micrograms of a hormone called levonorgestrel, which has already been used in several kinds of contraceptives.
A woman can turn the device on and off with a click off a button so unlike other contraceptives a woman doesn’t have to go to a clinic to deactivate it. It also lasts up to 16 years.
The chip is implanted under the skin of the buttocks, upper arm, or abdomen
It was developed developed by MicroCHIPS of Lexington, Massachusetts, the device will begin testing in 2015. The goal is to have it on the market by 2018.
so when u get turned on you turn it on
Singer uses her music video to intriguingly show how fake performers are in videos
Hungarian musician Boggie sits still and sings for her latest music video… So what makes it interesting?
As she performs, her video editor retouches her skin, hair, facial features, and lighting during the song so that by the end everything looks “right”…
(This is actually really cool: Source)
No seriously you need to watch this.
It’s worth the watch to see what a massive difference lighting, make up, hairstyling and image editing can do to a person. Shows anyone with access to all these things can look pretty damn great too, not just celebs.
the only way I’ll wake up early
japanese prank shows are on a whole other level
EDIT: slapped a color onto it sobs i deleted the previous post for this
art trade with ma bootiul friend shani uwu she draws very cute art btw go check her blog