— ― Joseph Conrad (via psych-quotes)

Kid in my lit class

Simple yet very true.

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notifigaytion:

if finland’s country border isnt called the finnish line then i have nothing to live for

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thesexuneducated:

TW: sex abuse, pedophilia 

kittenesque:

sizvideos:

Watch the video of this 3D rendering young girl

this is online vigilante justice, and it’s amazing

This is very interesting for a number of reasons. I am astonished by the continued and exponential development of technology. In this case, how a virtual child has been created in order to track and identify child sex offenders. However, it is also fascinating that the producers of this video are not themselves (seemingly) astonished at the statistics of child sex abuse. What do these statistics reveal? Why is there a demand for this kind of trade? Where and what compels people to commit this kind of act? These are not isolated incidents - it is clearly a pandemic. In every corner of the earth, in ever community, people mismanage the sexuality of children. What are people’s thoughts on this? Can it even been spoken about in such meta terms? 

Kid in my lit class

Simple yet very true.

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wiccateachings:

Handy tips on how to remove permanent marker from almost anything.

wiccateachings:

Handy tips on how to remove permanent marker from almost anything.

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— Vincent van Gogh (via megacosms)

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zombies-eat-brainz:

bettythetl:

cb-sworld:

just-a-fangirl-with-a-minion:

momentum-extension:

45-9mm-5-56mm:

maytheangelsprotectyou:

I have only heard the story behind this picture once, but it literally brought tears to my eyes. On September 11, 2001, a hijacked plane knifed into the side of the Pentagon. We all know that. What very few people have heard is shortly afterwards, the director of a nursery in the building stood looking at the children in her charge, wondering how to move all of the babies and toddlers to safety.
A marine rushed into the room and asked if she was alright. She needed help and she told him that. He turned and ran out; the woman assumed that he had gone away for good. As she formulated a plan of action, she heard footsteps in the hall.
The man had returned—this time, though, he was not alone. At least forty other Marines followed him. They picked up the babies in their cribs, the toddlers, the helpless infants. They carried them through the halls and to a nearby park, where they arranged the cribs in a circle and set the toddlers in the middle. Then they stood guard outside, never allowing the children to be unattended.
When I first saw this picture, I thought that the man carrying the children was their father. Now I realize that he was not related to them by blood, but by nationality. He is an American. They are American children. He is not their father, he is their protector. He’s a United States Marine.


This post has less notes than “Romney sucks pass it on” Good on you tumblr. Sarcasm/

this needs all the notes.

this is what being a United States Marine is all about. i cant wait to be one myself

Okay this seriously needs more than 9k notes. Really guys.

if i showed this to my social studies teacher he would be in tears

zombies-eat-brainz:

bettythetl:

cb-sworld:

just-a-fangirl-with-a-minion:

momentum-extension:

45-9mm-5-56mm:

maytheangelsprotectyou:

I have only heard the story behind this picture once, but it literally brought tears to my eyes. On September 11, 2001, a hijacked plane knifed into the side of the Pentagon. We all know that. What very few people have heard is shortly afterwards, the director of a nursery in the building stood looking at the children in her charge, wondering how to move all of the babies and toddlers to safety.

A marine rushed into the room and asked if she was alright. She needed help and she told him that. He turned and ran out; the woman assumed that he had gone away for good. As she formulated a plan of action, she heard footsteps in the hall.

The man had returned—this time, though, he was not alone. At least forty other Marines followed him. They picked up the babies in their cribs, the toddlers, the helpless infants. They carried them through the halls and to a nearby park, where they arranged the cribs in a circle and set the toddlers in the middle. Then they stood guard outside, never allowing the children to be unattended.

When I first saw this picture, I thought that the man carrying the children was their father. Now I realize that he was not related to them by blood, but by nationality. He is an American. They are American children. He is not their father, he is their protector. He’s a United States Marine.

This post has less notes than “Romney sucks pass it on” Good on you tumblr. Sarcasm/

this needs all the notes.

this is what being a United States Marine is all about. i cant wait to be one myself

Okay this seriously needs more than 9k notes. Really guys.

if i showed this to my social studies teacher he would be in tears

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kristenmastora7:

gallium-knight:

Here’s a test:

I’m holding a baby in one hand and a petri dish holding a fetus in the other.

I’m going to drop one. You chose which.

If you really truly believe a fetus is the same thing as a baby, it should be impossible for you to decide. You should have to flip a coin, that’s how impossible the decision should be.

Shot in the dark, you saved the baby.

Because you’re aware there’s a difference.

Now admit it

woah.

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