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"No matter how much you think you love somebody, you’ll step back when the pool of their blood edges up too close."
- Chuck Palahniuk

"No matter how much you think you love somebody, you’ll step back when the pool of their blood edges up too close."

- Chuck Palahniuk

reblogged 16 hours ago @ 29 Jul 2014 with 20,435 notes via/source
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occupyonline:

U.S. - home to 5% of the world’s population and 25% of the world’s prisoners. 

NPR - Prisons (retroactive “correction”) funded at the expense of education. [Listen Here]

reblogged 18 hours ago @ 29 Jul 2014 with 1,532 notes via/source
themosthorror:

Over 25 years on after the disaster of the Chernobyl plant, families still chose to live in the radioactive zones. Above are the results of exposure to radiation while pregnant, and the physical and mental deformity it can end in, no matter it be humans or animals.

themosthorror:

Over 25 years on after the disaster of the Chernobyl plant, families still chose to live in the radioactive zones. Above are the results of exposure to radiation while pregnant, and the physical and mental deformity it can end in, no matter it be humans or animals.

reblogged 20 hours ago @ 29 Jul 2014 with 17 notes via/source

welcometothe1jungle:

A father and pregnant stepmother have been arrested after they allegedly kept their five-year-old son locked under the stairs. 

Police discovered a locked closet with a mattress after being called to a home following a disturbance last Thursday between Bradley Bleimeyer, 24, and his 16-year-old stepson. The teenager had allegedly objected to his younger stepbrother being kept under the stairs at the home in Spring, Harris County, Texas.

The child was taken to hospital where he was treated for a large cut on his back, bumps and bruises and severe malnourishment. He remains at Texas Children’s Hospital where Child Protective Services have applied for emergency custody.

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Over 25 years on after the disaster of the Chernobyl plant, families still chose to live in the radioactive zones. Above are the results of exposure to radiation while pregnant, and the physical and mental deformity it can end in, no matter it be humans or animals.

Over 25 years on after the disaster of the Chernobyl plant, families still chose to live in the radioactive zones. Above are the results of exposure to radiation while pregnant, and the physical and mental deformity it can end in, no matter it be humans or animals.

posted 1 day ago @ 28 Jul 2014 with 17 notes
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dichotomized said:
Do you have an IP tracker? I'm pretty sure that those messages are from unitypoint himself. He seems to be sending the same thing to a bunch of people that follow me. Sad, sad, man!

I’m starting to think they are from him. I’ve noticed quite a few near identical asks being sent to a few people I follow, all of them targeting you. It seems to be more of an obsession than a hatred towards you

answered 1 day ago @ 28 Jul 2014 with 1 note
xdichotomized
Anonymous said:
Omg please don't reblog from dichotomized. She said she would pay to see a guys daughter get raped, threatened to murder his entire family and every time someone calls her out on her actions, she just posts a bunch of asks she sent herself praising her.

Nah, I can reblog from whoever I like. 

Also, is this to do with the 50 year old guy who is harassing people half his age? Because if it is, I highly doubt she said any of those things to him. He’s changed his story so many times I struggle to even believe he is serious with the whole situation.

answered 2 days ago @ 28 Jul 2014 with 5 notes
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unexplained-events:

Laika (Barker)

Sent on the Sputnik 2, Laika was the first living creature to orbit the Earth. Since there was no technology to de-orbit, she died in space as intended. She died from overheating. Her reports weren’t made public until 2002 so up until then everyone was told that she was euthanised prior to oxygen depletion (the six day mark). Laika has been the topic of ethics and animal cruelty in science for many years. Laika paved the way for human space-flight.

reblogged 3 days ago @ 26 Jul 2014 with 1,560 notes via/source

fluffbutts:

sixpenceee:

If you are looking for the most heart-felt zombie short film, I recommend “Cargo”.

It’s about a man’s struggle to save his baby daughter in the middle of all this havoc. What he comes up with is both clever and upsetting. 

WATCH CARGO

OKAY JUST WATCHED THIS, THE SOLUTION WAS AMAZING WATCH IT OHMYGOD WATCH IT

reblogged 3 days ago @ 26 Jul 2014 with 16,461 notes via/source
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