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Bad, Confused, and Cute: toodrunktofindaurl my brother is getting married and i'm so excited to fulfill my destiny as the embarrassing drunk gay sister who flirts with the bride for the entire ceremony toodrunktofindaurl i'm gonna yell "RUN AWAY WITH ME" to her during the vows toodrunktofindaurl there are people out there genuinely worried that I'm gonna steal my brother's bride away the day of their wedding.. i'm laughing. I've known her since I was born, we just love annoying the shit out of my brother and this "you picked the wrong sibling" joke has been going on for as long as I can remember. The whole family is in on it. The three of us are super close, she's always been family. Also we are really bad at romantic weddings (my Mom wore jeans at my Dad's and hers, signed a bunch of papers and then got blackout and my brother and his girlfriend p won't even have a "real" ceremony, just a cele- bration between friends and family. I love my brother and he already knows I'm gonna pull some stupid stunt, it's what we do. His girl friend is usually the one to initiate these shitty jokes, I wouldn't be surprised if she was the one to stop the "ceremony" to say some shit like "WAIT THIS IS THE WRONG SIBLING please don't take any of this seriously Imao that said, i'm definitely showing up half naked to her bachelorette party as the "surprise strip- per" with a sash that says "the sibling your should be marrying" and a shitty plastic tiara toodrunktofindaurl UPDATE 1) for people confused about the "I've known her since I was born () she's always been family": She's the granddaughter of our parents' neighbors, we all grew up together and my brother and her have been in love since they were babies. He held her hand as she made her first steps, they even have a picture on their wall of the moment before she first tried to get up ITS OFFICIAL, I'M GONNA BE MY BROTHER'S BEST MAN. AND YOU KNOW WHAT THE BEST MAN DO? A SPEECH Everything is going according to plan vantwinblade If you are the best man you need to get a sword systlin This is true it's only logical. Source: toodrunktofindaurl 52,029 notes Thats so cute tbh
Bad, Confused, and Cute: toodrunktofindaurl
 my brother is getting married and i'm
 so excited to fulfill my destiny as the
 embarrassing drunk gay sister who flirts with
 the bride for the entire ceremony
 toodrunktofindaurl
 i'm gonna yell "RUN AWAY WITH ME" to her
 during the vows
 toodrunktofindaurl
 there are people out there genuinely worried
 that I'm gonna steal my brother's bride away
 the day of their wedding.. i'm laughing. I've
 known her since I was born, we just love
 annoying the shit out of my brother and this
 "you picked the wrong sibling" joke has been
 going on for as long as I can remember. The
 whole family is in on it. The three of us are
 super close, she's always been family. Also we
 are really bad at romantic weddings (my Mom
 wore jeans at my Dad's and hers, signed a
 bunch of papers and then got blackout
 and my brother and his girlfriend p
 won't even have a "real" ceremony, just a cele-
 bration between friends and family. I love my
 brother and he already knows I'm gonna pull
 some stupid stunt, it's what we do. His girl
 friend is usually the one to initiate these shitty
 jokes, I wouldn't be surprised if she was the
 one to stop the "ceremony" to say some shit
 like "WAIT THIS IS THE WRONG SIBLING
 please don't take any of this seriously Imao
 that said, i'm definitely showing up half naked
 to her bachelorette party as the "surprise strip-
 per" with a sash that says "the sibling your
 should be marrying" and a shitty plastic tiara
 toodrunktofindaurl
 UPDATE
 1) for people confused about the "I've known
 her since I was born () she's always been
 family": She's the granddaughter of our
 parents' neighbors, we all grew up together
 and my brother and her have been in love
 since they were babies. He held her hand as
 she made her first steps, they even have a
 picture on their wall of the moment before she
 first tried to get up
 ITS OFFICIAL, I'M GONNA BE MY
 BROTHER'S BEST MAN. AND YOU KNOW
 WHAT THE BEST MAN DO? A SPEECH
 Everything is going according to plan
 vantwinblade
 If you are the best man you need to get a
 sword
 systlin
 This is true it's only logical.
 Source: toodrunktofindaurl
 52,029 notes
Thats so cute tbh

Thats so cute tbh

Bad, Bailey Jay, and Click: softlyfiercely pervocracy: dysgraphicprogrammer pervocracy: How to hack any hospital computer -Use the password taped to the monitor How to hack any hospital computer (L337 version for advanced security systems) -Use the password taped to the back of the monitor As a computer guy: This is what happens when you have too much security. It reaches a tipping point and then suddenly you have none Security at the cost of convenience comes at the cost of security This is true of so many things in healthcare. Example: our software is designed to automatically alert the doctor if a patient's vital signs are critically out of range. If someone has a blood pressure of 200/130, the doc gets a pop-up box that they have to acknowledge before doing anything else. It makes sense, in our setting But then some mega-genius upstairs realized something: the system was only alerting for critical vital signs, but not for all vital signs that could possibly be bad. Like, yeah, 200/130 is potentially life- threatening, but 130/90 is above ideal and can have negative effects on health. Should the doctors be allowed to just ignore something that could negatively affect a patient's health? Heavens no! So now the system generates a pop-up for any vital signs that are even slightly abnormal. A pressure of 120/80 (once considered textbook normal, now considered slightly high) will create the pop up. We have increased our vigilance! Well, no, what we've actually done is train doctors to click through a constant bombardment of pop-ups without looking. We've destroyed their vigilance and made it much easier for them to accidentally skim past life-threatening vital signs But you can't tell that to management, because you'd have to confess that you are a flawed human with limited attention resources They'd tell you "well, all the other doctors take every abnormal vital sign seriously, it sounds like you're being negligent." And if you're smart, you back down before you start telling the big boss all about your habit of ignoring critical safety alert:s The end result is exactly the same as if we had no alerts at all, except with more annoying clicking this here is an absolutely fascinating overview of how and why this happens A fascinating look at the intersection of technology and healthcare, and how we still have a lot to figure out
Bad, Bailey Jay, and Click: softlyfiercely
 pervocracy:
 dysgraphicprogrammer
 pervocracy:
 How to hack any hospital computer
 -Use the password taped to the monitor
 How to hack any hospital computer (L337
 version for advanced security systems)
 -Use the password taped to the back of the monitor
 As a computer guy: This is what happens when you have too much
 security. It reaches a tipping point and then suddenly you have
 none
 Security at the cost of convenience comes at the cost of security
 This is true of so many things in healthcare. Example: our software
 is designed to automatically alert the doctor if a patient's vital signs
 are critically out of range. If someone has a blood pressure of
 200/130, the doc gets a pop-up box that they have to acknowledge
 before doing anything else. It makes sense, in our setting
 But then some mega-genius upstairs realized something: the system
 was only alerting for critical vital signs, but not for all vital signs that
 could possibly be bad. Like, yeah, 200/130 is potentially life-
 threatening, but 130/90 is above ideal and can have negative effects
 on health. Should the doctors be allowed to just ignore something
 that could negatively affect a patient's health? Heavens no!
 So now the system generates a pop-up for any vital signs that are
 even slightly abnormal. A pressure of 120/80 (once considered
 textbook normal, now considered slightly high) will create the pop
 up. We have increased our vigilance!
 Well, no, what we've actually done is train doctors to click through a
 constant bombardment of pop-ups without looking. We've destroyed
 their vigilance and made it much easier for them to accidentally skim
 past life-threatening vital signs
 But you can't tell that to management, because you'd have to confess
 that you are a flawed human with limited attention resources
 They'd tell you "well, all the other doctors take every abnormal vital
 sign seriously, it sounds like you're being negligent." And if you're
 smart, you back down before you start telling the big boss all about
 your habit of ignoring critical safety alert:s
 The end result is exactly the same as if we had no alerts at all, except
 with more annoying clicking
 this here is an absolutely fascinating overview of how and why this
 happens
A fascinating look at the intersection of technology and healthcare, and how we still have a lot to figure out

A fascinating look at the intersection of technology and healthcare, and how we still have a lot to figure out