Can I just
I’m really tired of this “Not all [x]” thing. We make fun of the phrase itself because it’s used as an excuse; if you point out something wrong with a group, then they say, “Not all [x] do that/are like that/say that” or whatever the fuck and then continue about their merry business…
I WAS A NAZI SS OFFICER AT THE HEAD OF ADMISSIONS OF AUSCHWITZ.
Oh the irony of being a Russian Lesbian Jew.
I WAS A KING ANJABANA BAB
G David Schine, wealthy heir to a hotel chain, anti-communist and total babe.
Pusapati Vijaya Rama Gajapati Raju, “The Raja Saheb of Vizianagaram” D.Litt. was an Indian parliamentarian and philanthropist.
Some british nobody named Stan Cribb. I think he was a football player or something and a professor.
Hm. Not sure I believe this one.
Louis Clyde Stoumen was an American film director who won two Academy Awards (1957; 1963) who also taught at UCLA Film School, where he received Colin Higgins’ Masters Thesis which was a screenplay for Harold and Maude.
I believe it. zanyxander Tagging you because it is totally believable.
I was…a Liberal Canadian senator from Prince Edward Island, who lived to the age of 94. Okay. Not bad. Not apparently earth-shaking, but not bad.
… I got the Symbionese Liberation Army. Because apparently they killed someone on my birthday.
Lazarus Salii, the third President of Palau, who committed suicide when accused of bribery.
Ray Milland. Welsh actor/director. Died of lung cancer. Age 79.
John Evans, oldest man ever alive. born in 1877, died in 1990. He was one hundred and twelve.
Atef Bseiso (August 23, 1948 – June 8, 1992) (Arabic: عاطف بسيسو) was the PLO head of intelligence. He was killed in Paris in 1992. Yasser Arafat blamed the Israeli secret service Mossad for the killing. This involvement, to date, has not been proven. Israeli officials only commented on Bseiso’s involvement in the Munich massacre.
3 March 1898 – 21 April 1988
Apparently one of the Romanovs that escaped the Russian Revolution in 1919, she did in Chantilly, France
Ernst Börngen (7 February 1916 – 30 June 1989) was a German Luftwaffe ace and recipient of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross during World War II. The Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. Ernst Börngen claimed 41 victories in 450 missions.
Welp. I was apparently a Nazi flying ace.
REBLOG: go to your blog and click the egg to see what hatches
I got Sonic the Hedgehog.
Sonic the fucking Hedgehog.
Maybe I cracked the egg too fast.
I got Isabelle from animal crossing :o
I got Rogue Titan gettin’ krunk. I was not disappointed.
OH MY GOD I GOD EREN IN TITAN FORM TWERKING
cambridge university students were asked on campus why they needed feminism. here are 60 answers. click the link for over about 600 more.
I’m crying, this is the most beautiful thing I’ve seen all week
Reblogging AGAIN because just last week my brother ‘liked’ a picture on fb in which a woman explained why she does NOT need feminism. Her reasons included (among others) “I make my own decisions and I’m in charge of my body and I don’t nee ‘epowering’” … “I like men and refuse to demonise them” …
I just couldn’t get over the extreme ignorance and stupidity of this woman and, the fact that my own brother liked it lets me know he TOO is ignorant to the true nature of real feminism and has been on the receiving end of man-hating extremists.
So yeah, reblogging because it STILL needs to be seen and heard.
ya know what would help in this situation Takato? If you had some sort of eye protection, like say glasses but they cover the front of your eyes instead of being glass you put in front of your eyes. Being plastic would help because plastic wouldn’t break as easily as glass.
Ahh but where would you get such a device? Oh well guess you’re just going to have to face the brunt of the sand storm with your eyes unprotected..
come on guys, let’s take a pic for the instagram