Safety is real. Do not spare any measure of it. You could end up like me. I don't like to admit I made a mistake this big. But it can happen to anyone. At least I can say I worked myself to the bone!! :D I put injectors in my skidder on St Patrick's day. It wasn't running well and I cracked number one to see if it was the problem. Anyone who has worked on a 4039 motor knows there's a hump there. My oily hand and oily wrench skipped off of it and went im the fan. Always pull a wrench. Welcome to logging. #ppe#safety#injury#loggerslife#johndeere#skidder#chainsaw#gruesome#real#woodworkers#woodworkersofinstagram#ouch
WARNING: Number Six is very gruesome and not if you get grossed about violent gore images don’t swipe to the last photo. I’m thinking about making a comic about fruit.
The Lemon: Sven a sour lemon who’s always salty about everything if you ever see him smile it’s gonna be a good day.
The Blueberry: Bevy. She’s always happy and makes people smile. He may not admit it but Sven loves her.
The Tangerine: Naranja. He’s a good guy who’s always helping out in anyway he can and he’s there to pick you up when you fall.
The Cherries: The Twins Red & Pennie. These conjoined cherries are always fighting. Red loves his sister and Pennie loves her brother but when you’re literally stuck together for ever you disagree on a lot of things and fights start easily. #fruitpals#lemon#tangerine#artstudio#blueberry#cherries#friends#violent#sockpuppetdraws#gruesome#digitalillustration#characterdesign#fruitdrawing#lemonade#gore#digitalart #🍋 #🍊 #🍒#🔵
Which one scared you the most growing up? Child's Play's Chucky or The Twilight Zone's Talking Tina? Let us know and for a more direct comparison (and plenty of asides) listen to Episode 11 of The Horrorble People's Podcast!
ALSO... Merry Christmas!
Most people voted for vaccines in my polls, so here it is (with some memes to dumb it down).
#repost from @logicalskeptic @science_and_anonymous and asap science on #YouTube#follow them
I’ve been seeing a lot of anti-vaxx reports all around the internet; saying that vaccines cause autism or don’t work, that they contain artificial products. While yes it’s true that vaccines do cause aluminum and other toxic metals, it’s mean to strengthen the vaccination and prevent diseases. Plus vaccines contain around 0,125 mg of aluminum, while the average amount we take of aluminum is around 15-30 g; in comparison vaccines contain very little compared to what we have on a daily basis. The other thing is that vaccines cause autism, but the truth is, it doesn’t. Thousands of medical facilities, articles and professionals have proven that autism caused by vaccines is a hoax. Even if it does many people (like myself) would rather have autism that end up deaf, blind, partially paralyzed or dead by a disease that could have been prevented in the first place. People freak out about vaccines, the same way people freak out about comic books and video games causing children to be criminals; which we know by now that that is nonsense.
In fact, in the USA and Canada a vaccine takes 10-25 years to be approved after certain testing in order for it to in use.
Not to mention that I had to be vaccinated to help get rid of my allergies and prevent from getting infected by a common disease going around Europe, which helped.
Let me know if I forgot anything.