m-a-d-i-e

an-organ-dealer asked:

Awkwardly just unfollowed bestpal and followed you... Getting real tired of his shit.

m-a-d-i-e answered:

welcome, friend :)

m-a-d-i-e:

bestpal:

m-a-d-i-e:

bestpal:

I’m screaming this squirrel faced hoe won’t leave me alone

Also who tf is this person?

………. you had to have gone on my blog to see this post, but I won’t leave *you* alone? why are you so insecure that you have to harass me for no reason? hahahaha

this was in my tag you annoying ass oh my god stop posting things with my URL and maybe I won’t see them, idiot.

why don’t you just calm your ego a little bit and go outside and enjoy real life for a few hours

(Casually sings) : Why can’t we be friends?

nprglobalhealth
nprglobalhealth:

$1,000-Hepatitis C Pill Earns Pharma Company A Record-Breaking $2.3 Billion
The launch of Sovaldi, the $1,000-a-day pill for hepatitis C, is shaping up as the most successful ever.
The Food and Drug Administration approved the pill in December. And then Gilead Sciences was off to the races. The company said it sold $2.27 billion worth of Sovaldi in the quarter that ended March 31. $2.27 billion!
The boffo number beat Wall Street’s estimate for the quarter by more than $1 billion.
Sovaldi is the first hepatitis C pill that doesn’t have to be accompanied by interferon for some types of hepatitis. Sovaldi has been found to be remarkably effective, essentially curing 90 percent or more patients with a common form of hepatitis C in 12 weeks.
"Sovaldi’s profile has the potential to transform the treatment of hepatitis C, and the rapid uptake speaks to a significant unmet medical need," Gilead CEO John Martin told analysts and investors during a Tuesday conference call.
But the price of the drug has drawn fire. “The predicted costs of the new oral antiviral agents are as breathtaking as their effectiveness,” said an editorial in a recent issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. “Costs alone cast a pall over the stunning success in achieving the long-hoped-for goal of a safe and effective therapy for hepatitis C.”
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Photo: Sovaldi, a daily oral treatment for hepatitis C, costs $1,000 a pill. (Courtesy of Gilead Sciences)

nprglobalhealth:

$1,000-Hepatitis C Pill Earns Pharma Company A Record-Breaking $2.3 Billion

The launch of Sovaldi, the $1,000-a-day pill for hepatitis C, is shaping up as the most successful ever.

The Food and Drug Administration approved the pill in December. And then Gilead Sciences was off to the races. The company said it sold $2.27 billion worth of Sovaldi in the quarter that ended March 31. $2.27 billion!

The boffo number beat Wall Street’s estimate for the quarter by more than $1 billion.

Sovaldi is the first hepatitis C pill that doesn’t have to be accompanied by interferon for some types of hepatitis. Sovaldi has been found to be remarkably effective, essentially curing 90 percent or more patients with a common form of hepatitis C in 12 weeks.

"Sovaldi’s profile has the potential to transform the treatment of hepatitis C, and the rapid uptake speaks to a significant unmet medical need," Gilead CEO John Martin told analysts and investors during a Tuesday conference call.

But the price of the drug has drawn fire. “The predicted costs of the new oral antiviral agents are as breathtaking as their effectiveness,” said an editorial in a recent issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. “Costs alone cast a pall over the stunning success in achieving the long-hoped-for goal of a safe and effective therapy for hepatitis C.”

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Photo: Sovaldi, a daily oral treatment for hepatitis C, costs $1,000 a pill. (Courtesy of Gilead Sciences)

thegreenwolf
thegreenwolf:

prarievarg:

sueanoi:

I…
I usually try not to get involved in other country’s government affair. But this is beyond madness!
I don’t even know these two dudes, but apparently they’re quite higher up in the government position of America. And look what they’ve done! Look at how they’re so proud! This isn’t something to be proud of! This is a shame!
Do something about this, internet!
(link to photo source here)
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=667069953360132

urbanmongoose and naturepunk, help me out here. The tiger pelt looks vintage, in which case I imagine it’s perfectly legal. HOWEVER, this still rubs me the wrong way and Cruz is enough of a sleezeball to pull this kind of shit.

That looks fairly old, or at least not in great condition. While it is possible that they bought it new from someone who didn’t know their taxidermy very well (look at some of the crap that’s coming out of China on Etsy), there are also a couple of big vintage taxidermy dealers in Texas. It is legal to buy and sell CITES I animals like tigers within state boundaries IF they’re certified as legal and killed before a particular point. However, they may have violated the Lacey Act if they brought it out of the state. 

thegreenwolf:

prarievarg:

sueanoi:

I…

I usually try not to get involved in other country’s government affair. But this is beyond madness!

I don’t even know these two dudes, but apparently they’re quite higher up in the government position of America. And look what they’ve done!
Look at how they’re so proud! This isn’t something to be proud of! This is a shame!

Do something about this, internet!

(link to photo source here)

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=667069953360132

urbanmongoose and naturepunk, help me out here. The tiger pelt looks vintage, in which case I imagine it’s perfectly legal. HOWEVER, this still rubs me the wrong way and Cruz is enough of a sleezeball to pull this kind of shit.

That looks fairly old, or at least not in great condition. While it is possible that they bought it new from someone who didn’t know their taxidermy very well (look at some of the crap that’s coming out of China on Etsy), there are also a couple of big vintage taxidermy dealers in Texas. It is legal to buy and sell CITES I animals like tigers within state boundaries IF they’re certified as legal and killed before a particular point. However, they may have violated the Lacey Act if they brought it out of the state.