GVSU Student. People Watcher. Comic Reader. Registered Superhero. Permanent Silent Hill Resident. Aspiring Big Boss. Actual Khaleesi. I like to watch films and play the vidya. Just call me Ash.
These things make my heart go doki doki: Hannibal, The Lord of the Rings, Supernatural, Sherlock, Mass Effect, Silent Hill, Metal Gear, Jeremy Renner, Skyrim, Benedict Cumberbatch, Doctor Who, cats, Homestuck, Star Trek, Game of Thrones, science fiction, Tom Hiddleston, booty, spooky things, and more stuff that I am too lazy to write about.
I'm a busy college student who decided that majoring in Biopsychology would be hella rad, but I think I might like to grab a minor in Genetics and create Captain America or Solid Snake.
Feel free to drop me a message in my Ask Box to say hi or that I have a nice booty. Either would make my day.
Two semesters of research courses and I still feel like I don’t know shit about conducting experiments.
Please tell me all the other great scientists went through these struggles.
you kids these days with your rapidly growing concern for the state of the world and your knowledge of important issues at increasingly younger ages despite having been told your opinions don’t matter by the adults who put you in these situations
There’s a secret branch of the New York Public Library in the subway.
The 51st Street 6 line subway station is home to the Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral branch of the New York Public Library. Librarians at the location report that they’re usually visited by the same partons, frequent commuters who are looking for something to read during their daily train ride. Like all New York librarians, though, they’re happy to answer research questions — usually about how to work the Metrocard machine. The library is currently closed for repairs, but you can visit it when it reopens in September if you need a good book for your ride home … or need to figure out how to get home.