Love me some bitches

In 1924, a professor Hidesaburo Ueno from the University of Tokyo brought his dog, Hachiko, to live with him. The two developed a routine, where the dog would see the professor off at his home and then meet him at the Shibuya train station later. Then one day, the professor didn’t show up at the train station. He’d had a stroke at the university and died. Hachiko was given away to another owner, but he would often escape and turn up at his old home. The dog must have eventually realized that Ueno wasn’t coming home, and so he went to look for him at the train station. For ten years, Hachiko would arrive at the train station exactly when the evening train showed up and would wait for his former owner.

The 8 Most Heroic Dogs In History, via Digg.

Another reason why you don’t want crabs

I love eating your balls

Head lice vs crabs, and how it helps us figure out when we split from apes.

Lice are intimately adapted to their hosts and cannot long survive away from the body’s blood and warmth. If their host evolves into two species, the lice will do likewise. So biologists have long been scratching their heads over the fact that the human head louse is a sister species to the chimpanzee louse, but the pubic louse is closely related to the gorilla louse.

Over at NyTimes.

Murderbitch is hot

Her right hand is currently on trial for molesting her left hand

The Power of Love

Love me some upside-down Triforce

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