I agree with Richard Sherman that thug is the new racial slur but then what word do we use for white thugs? whugs? if soI want credit.
I like whugs. It’s fun to say, and I’m sure it would hurt white people in a special way. The only problem is that it sounds a bit like “wigger”, a word only white people use for other white people who aren’t white enough.
Yeah I don’t get how white peope don’t get bet up for saying uh the w word. Eninem said it in that one song and i thought that would be the end of him. what else does he have to do to get beat up?
Okay, granted, anything would be better than her current Hot Topic loli “omg uhm so edgee” BS, but these are something special. Very Harley while still having a modern twist. You can imagine her actually having pockets in these - and that’s a thing you shouldn’t even underestimate. Pockets. Even if you have a hammerspace superpower, you still want pockets. Have I mentioned recently how I hate that women’s clothes barely ever have pockets? :p
The cloudy, nebulousness of this vial are nanodiamonds, carbon molecules only a thousand atoms strong, bonded together. During the formation of our solar system a cloud of dust ballooned from the collapse of a massive molecular cloud and was circling around what would be our new, baby sun. These carbon atoms were trapped within larger molecules and compounds and became inclusions, embedded within meteorites which would become evidence of the earliest solids that condensed from the cooling of protoplanetary disks.
The Field Museum has part of the oldest known meteorite - the Allende meteorite - from which these carbon nanodiamonds were extracted through chemical processes developed by Philipp Heck, our Curator of Meteoritics. We know how old the solar system is by dating these inclusions from the Allende meteorite, giving us an estimate that our solar system is 4.567 billion years old. The carbon atoms I’m holding in the above photo are, in a sense, our greatest ancestor, and ultimately became the building blocks for all life on our planet.
TL;DR I’m holding our greatest ancestor in the palm of my hand.