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#beatingAdeadHorseWithAStick… textbook #oneupper, #TApoUT or #LogOut you #sucker. COMMENT ON THE POST! NOT ON MY COMMENT!! thanks. ;D :: just an fyi, Danzig is not a Death Metal Band. =/ please read a history book. thanks.
#beatingAdeadHorseWithAStick… textbook #oneupper, #TApoUT or #LogOut you #sucker. COMMENT ON THE POST! NOT ON MY COMMENT!! thanks. ;D :: just an fyi, Danzig is not a Death Metal Band. =/ please read a history book. thanks.
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fucking +Vodafone Deutschland piece of fucking shit company. who the fuck wants a phone contract with that fucking piece of shit degenerate company? like if i had known that by signing up with +mobilcom-debitel was going to lock me into a fucking contract with fucking vodafone, i would have never in my fucking life signed up for a contract. now i am stuck with this piece of shit mental degenerate phone provider. coke addict fucking kaufleute. for 2 fucking years i now get to pay for their crack/coke habit addictions.

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these things are actually pretty amazing in real life. they were everywhere in humboldt in the cold redwood forests, especially when it was freezing cold and rainy. you don't believe they exist until you see them! xD bright yellow slugs. pretty awesome.

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honestly? as someone with only part african american ethnicity, i would rather retain the legacy of 'slavery', of some of my ancestors having been enslaved by people who then simultaneously founded some of the most prominent centers of higher education in the world, US ivy leagues, than have these places named after some completely two faced bigoted liberal 'hero' who fucking dumped millions, endless and counting, of 'that fraction of my ethnicity' in the dumpsters and gutters of the US, all while smiling and grinning like the greatest minded philanthropist and 'immense socially inclined nobleman' in the world while traversing and dancing on piles of corpses, as more were added beneath him. i'd prefer them to be named after the REAL RACIST. but yeah, in this day and age of the 'ministry of truth', we prefer to 'show us as our civil inclusive collectivism' as the truth, don't we? let's name them after stalin, why don't we? #collectivistdisappropriation works like a charm.
Yale renames Calhoun College because of historic ties to white supremacy and slavery

Yale University will rename one of its residential colleges, replacing the name of an alumnus remembered for his role in the Confederacy and advocacy of slavery with that of an alumna who was a pioneering mathematician and computer scientist who helped transform the way people use technology.

i'm just saying, re: 1933, nazi germany and all. if you didn't "know your rights", oh well, sucks for you. you should have. there is no 'guilt of or upon others' when YOU YOURSELF fail to know your own rights. you can't lament for more than one hundred years charging others. it is up to you to DEFEND YOURSELF AND KNOW YOUR RIGHTS. if you ask me, the germans were never guilty, and never will be. this 'fact' even presents itself all over the world today. when you do not 'know your rights' and 'do not defend yourself', only you yourself are to blame. #universalreality

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because you know this is how all the single people feel on valentine's day. x) for all 'us' feeling stupid single people. valentine's you're an asshole, too. x) #romansaint

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ok, if anyone knows how to bake this, i'm coming over! x) cake makers are your friend! x)) 



For the cake:
2½ cups + 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
3 cups granulated sugar
1 cup + 1 tablespoon Dutch-process cocoa powder
1 tablespoon baking soda
1½ teaspoons baking powder
1½ teaspoons salt
1½ cups buttermilk
1½ cups strong black coffee, hot
¾ cup vegetable oil
3 eggs
4½ teaspoons vanilla extract
For the frosting:
1½ cups (3 sticks) unsalted butter, at room
2 cups creamy peanut butter
6 tablespoons bourbon (you can substitute milk or a different whiskey)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
4 cups confectioner's sugar
About 20 mini peanut butter cups, chopped
For the ganache:
8 ounces semisweet chocolate, finely chopped
¾ cup heavy cream
To garnish:
About 10 mini peanut butter cups


To make the cake:
Start by spraying 3 8-inch round cake pans with nonstick cooking spray. Line the bottoms of the pans with parchment paper, cut to fit. Spray again, then dust the inside of the pans with flour. Tap out excess flour.
Preheat oven to 350.
In the bowl of your stand mixer (or a large mixing bowl), whisk together the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking soda, baking powder, and salt.
In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together the buttermilk and hot coffee, then add the oil, eggs, and vanilla. Whisk well to combine. (The hot coffee will warm up the buttermilk, allowing everything to mix better. If you use all cold ingredients, the oil will turn a weird consistency. Use hot coffee, or you can use room temperature coffee, buttermilk, and eggs.)
Add the buttermilk mixture to the flour mixture. Using a stand mixer or electric hand mixer, mix on medium speed for about 2 minutes, occasionally scraping the bottom and sides of the bowl.
Pour the batter into the cake pans, splitting it as evenly as possible between the three pans. (A kitchen scale is helpful here - weigh the pans to make sure they all have about the same amount of batter. But it doesn't have to be exact, and eyeballing is acceptable.)
Bake cake pans for about 25-35 minutes, depending on your oven. About halfway through baking, rotate the pans on the oven racks so they cook evenly. They are done cooking when a toothpick poked into the center of the cake comes out with just a few crumbs - but not wet with batter.
Let the cakes cool in the pans for about 20 minutes on a wire rack. Then carefully remove from pans and let cool completely on the rack.
For the frosting:
In a stand mixer, or large mixing bowl, beat together peanut butter and butter until smooth. Add bourbon and vanilla; continue beating until incorporated.
Add the confectioner's sugar a little at a time, and beat on medium-high speed for a couple minutes until nice and fluffy. If the frosting seems stiff, add a little extra bourbon or milk and beat again.
Frost the cake:
Place a (completely cool) cake layer on a cake plate. Top with about a cup of frosting and smooth evenly. Sprinkle with about 10 chopped peanut butter cups.
Place the second cake layer on top. Spread with another cup or so of frosting. Sprinkle with another 10 chopped peanut butter cups.
Top with final layer of cake. Spread the top and sides of cake with remaining frosting.
Refrigerate cake for about an hour. The frosting should be cold and set.
For the ganache:
Place the chocolate in a small mixing bowl.
Microwave the cream until quite hot. (Or, you can heat the cream on the stovetop until just simmering.)
Pour the cream over the chocolate. Let sit for a couple minutes, then gently stir. If the chocolate doesn't melt completely, pop the mixing bowl in the microwave for 10 seconds and stir gently again, repeating as necessary.
Let ganache cool until thick but pourable.
For final assembly:
Take the cake out of the refrigerator. Slowly pour chocolate ganache over the top of the frosting, allowing some to drip down the sides.
Top with an additional 10 chopped peanut butter cups. I like to pile them in the middle, or you can sprinkle them evenly over the top.
Refrigerate cake to set the ganache, and keep chilled for storage.
To serve, let the cake sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes, then slice and eat. Or, you can cut the cake while cold, then let the slices sit at room temperature for about ten minutes. Store leftovers in the fridge

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Human-Pig Hybrid Created in the Lab
In a remarkable—if likely controversial—feat, scientists announced that they have created the first successful human-animal hybrids. The project proves that human cells can be introduced into a non-human organism, survive, and even grow inside a host animal, in this case, pigs.

This biomedical advance has long been a dream and a quandary for scientists hoping to address a critical shortage of donor organs.

Every ten minutes, a person is added to the national waiting list for organ transplants. And every day, 22 people on that list die without the organ they need. What if, rather than relying on a generous donor, you could grow a custom organ inside an animal instead?

That’s now one step closer to reality, an international team of researchers led by the Salk Institute reports in the journal Cell. The team created what’s known scientifically as a chimera: an organism that contains cells from two different species.

Journal article:

Article via SA

Image: This pig embryo was injected with human cells early in its development and grew to be four weeks old.


#research #chimerapig #transplantation #medicine #health #biomedicaladvance 

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