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Club, Tumblr, and Blog: laughoutloud-club: Finally found my size
Club, Tumblr, and Blog: laughoutloud-club:

Finally found my size

laughoutloud-club: Finally found my size

Club, Tumblr, and Blog: laughoutloud-club: The Cat That Has Cool Eyebrows
Club, Tumblr, and Blog: laughoutloud-club:

The Cat That Has Cool Eyebrows

laughoutloud-club: The Cat That Has Cool Eyebrows

Club, Tumblr, and Blog: laughoutloud-club: Who uses a mouse like this? Is my classmate a psychopath?
Club, Tumblr, and Blog: laughoutloud-club:

Who uses a mouse like this? Is my classmate a psychopath?

laughoutloud-club: Who uses a mouse like this? Is my classmate a psychopath?

Barber, Club, and Tumblr: laughoutloud-club: What did He said to his barber?
Barber, Club, and Tumblr: laughoutloud-club:

What did He said to his barber?

laughoutloud-club: What did He said to his barber?

Bodies , Club, and Logic: ALL forms of mercury are classified as a GENETIC TERMINATOR. Thirrmosal is 49.5% mercury Like Reply Message 1d Edited Hide 17 Replies Nope Like Reply Message d Please, prove me wrong Like Reply Message 1d The Logic of Science Let me try to explain it this way. Sodium is extremely reactive. It literally explodes when it touches water Chlorine is highly toxic at anything but very low doses. Table salt (aka sodium chloride) is 50% sodium and 50% chlorine. Does that mean that it will explode when it touches water and give you chlorine poisoning? Obviously not. When sodium and chlorine are together, they change each others properties, and neither chemical behaves the way it would by itself The same thing is true with mercury. The ethyl group in ethyl- mercury changes the mercury's properties, just like the chlorine changes the sodium's properties P.S. No forms of mercury are classified as "genetic terminators because that is not a term that is used to classify chemicals. It's literally a made-up term th 0592 Like Reply 1m Edited at no regulatory bodies use The Logic of Science As a final note, you have the burden of proof backwards when you insist that other people need to prove you wrong. You made the claim, therefore you are responsible for providing evidence to support the claim. No one is obligated to discredit the claim or take it seriously until you have provided evidence 0S66 laughoutloud-club: Anti-vax gets destroyed
Bodies , Club, and Logic: ALL forms of mercury are classified as a GENETIC
 TERMINATOR.
 Thirrmosal is 49.5% mercury
 Like Reply Message 1d Edited
 Hide 17 Replies
 Nope
 Like Reply Message d
 Please, prove me wrong
 Like Reply Message 1d
 The Logic of Science Let me try to explain it this way. Sodium is
 extremely reactive. It literally explodes when it touches water
 Chlorine is highly toxic at anything but very low doses. Table salt
 (aka sodium chloride) is 50% sodium and 50% chlorine. Does that
 mean that it will explode when it touches water and give you
 chlorine poisoning? Obviously not. When sodium and chlorine are
 together, they change each others properties, and neither
 chemical behaves the way it would by itself
 The same thing is true with mercury. The ethyl group in ethyl-
 mercury changes the mercury's properties, just like the chlorine
 changes the sodium's properties
 P.S. No forms of mercury are classified as "genetic terminators
 because that is not a term that is used to classify chemicals. It's
 literally a made-up term th
 0592
 Like Reply 1m Edited
 at no regulatory bodies use
 The Logic of Science As a final note, you have the burden of
 proof backwards when you insist that other people need to prove
 you wrong. You made the claim, therefore you are responsible for
 providing evidence to support the claim. No one is obligated to
 discredit the claim or take it seriously until you have provided
 evidence
 0S66
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Anti-vax gets destroyed

laughoutloud-club: Anti-vax gets destroyed

Club, Streets, and Tumblr: laughoutloud-club: This is what to do when the streets are flooded
Club, Streets, and Tumblr: laughoutloud-club:

This is what to do when the streets are flooded

laughoutloud-club: This is what to do when the streets are flooded