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GUYS
DID YOU KNOW TREES HAVE LEAVES

EVERY TIME.

dude when I first got my glasses I was SHOCKED that the leaves were so defined on trees and my mom just looked at me like I was stupid BUT THAT’S WHAT EVERYONE SAYS

When I first got my glasses I found out streetlights actually were attached to something! They just looked like floating balls of fuzzy light before.



Perfect gif is perfect
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Child of Rage: A documentary about a young girl who was sexually abused when she was a year old. She has a desire to murder her entire family and carries out numerous disturbing tasks. 
The Scariest Drug in the World: Scopolamine is a drug that when taken keeps a person coherent but makes them open to follow commands. It’s been used to make people steal, as a rape drug and a way to humiliate people. It’s known as a “chemical hypnosis”. This film documents people’s experience with it.
Demonic Possession and Exorcism: The footage you are about to witness contains highly disturbing material. 
An Interview with a Cannibal: An interview with a man named, Issei Sagawa who committed a pretty horrific crime. He butchered and raped a young Dutch women because he wanted to absorb her “energy”. He spent 3 days consuming her flesh. 
The Bridge: A film on the Golden Gate Bridge, which captures the number of suicides. Many describe it as a powerful documentary, that leaves a lasting impression.
High on Crack Street: Shows just how badly crack ruins lives.  A great portrayal of the harsh, dark side of drugs. 
Aokigahara/Suicide Forest: A geologist walks through the forest and shows us what he sees. Definitly contains some depressing material.
Atomic Wounds: The effect of a nuclear weapon on a mass number of people. It’s disheartening, it’s horrifying, but it’s reality. 
Just Melvin, Just Evil: A documentary about a tormented family who suffered from sexual abuse and substance abuse because of one man. It leaves you wondering how can one man be so destructive?
Earthlings: One of the most intense documentaries made about animal abuse. Footage contains graphic material. 
Feel free to add to this list :)

I’m going to have nightmares but I can’t stop looking!!! >___< Ahh!!!

I’ve seen child of rage, it’s crazy! Now I want to see the rest

OMG yessssss. Documentaries are my favorite kind of cinematography & this list just made me so excited I cant even begin to explain.

Gonna watch one of these later!

After World Cup, have some things to watch. Number one is horribly sad😐

Glad you guys liked this! 
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Police Kill 95-Year-Old WWII Veteran for Refusing to Leave His Care Home
Kerry-anne
 
 June 24, 2014 
Six Chicago police officers killed a 95-year old veteran of World War II by firing upon him with bean bag rounds after he refused to go to the hospital, according to a lawsuit filed by the stepdaughter of the alleged victim, reports Courthouse News Service.
Sharon Mangerson, stepdaughter of John Wrana Jr. is suing officers Clifford Butz, Michael Baugh, Craig Taylor, Lloyd Elliot, Charlie Hoskins and Mitch Greer, together with the Village of Park Forest over the incident which occurred on July 26th 2013.
According to the suit, on the day in question Wrana refused to leave his room to go to the hospital to receive treatment for what the center’s medical staff believed was a urinary tract infection. Officers were called to Victory Centre of Park Forest Assisted Living Center to help subdue him, and after failing to persuade Wrana to come out of his room, they decided to take him by force.
At this point, none of the officers took a moment to remember that they were dealing with a frightened and confused elderly man, and not an armed drug dealer.
The complaint says of Officer Craig Taylor:

(He fired) “five rounds of bean bag cartridges from a 12 gauge shotgun within a distance of approximately only six to eight feet from Mr. Wrana, far less than the distance allowed for discharging that shotgun, and, consequently, savagely wounding and killing Mr. Wrana.”

The lawsuit continued,

“Mr. Wrana bled to death as a result of the shotgun wounds inflicted upon him by defendants. The Cook County Medical Examiner ruled that Mr. Wrana’s death was a homicide caused by blunt force trauma to his abdomen as a result of shots fired from a bean bag shotgun.”

As the complaint explains, bean bag cartridges can travel at approximately 190 miles an hour, and manufacturers warn that “shots to the head, neck thorax, heart or spine can result in fatal injury.”
One might think that after such over reach, and in the face of a mortally wounded old man – the police may have shown some level of humility, compassion or empathy.  Instead, the officers handcuffed him, took photos of his injuries, and placed him in a four-point restraint before transporting him to the hospital.
Park Forest police officials claim that Wrana brandished a knife or cane, which necessitated the officers’ response. Stay classy guys.
The lawsuit seeks punitive damages for violation of due process, excessive force, unreasonable seizure, failure to train and supervise, conspiracy, wrongful death, assault and battery, and emotional distress.
The killing brings to mind a similarly inexplicable murder of a veteran, that of 68-year-old former MarineKenneth Chamberlain of White Plains, New York.  As Michael Powell wrote for the New York Times:

Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., a former Marine who had heart problems and wheezed if he walked more than 40 feet, triggered his medical alert system pendant. The system operator came on the loudspeaker in his one-bedroom apartment, asking: “Mr. Chamberlain, are you O.K.?” All of this is recorded.
Mr. Chamberlain didn’t respond. So the operator signaled for an ambulance. Police patrol cars fell in behind — standard operating procedure in towns across America. Except an hour later, even as Mr. Chamberlain insisted he was in good health, the police had snapped the locks on the apartment door.
They fired electric charges from Tasers, and beanbags from shotguns. Then they said they saw Mr. Chamberlain grab a knife, and an officer fired his handgun.

Chamberlain was shot and killed by the officers, while Westchester County failed to indict any of the officers involved in the slaying of another frightened elderly man killed at the hands of overwhelming physical force by police sent to help him.
http://iacknowledge.net/police-kill-95-year-old-wwii-veteran-for-refusing-to-leave-his-care-home/

Well The Government has for years said Vets were the most dangerous group: “Homeland Security Sees Veterans As America’s Number One Terror Threat.”, they’re just whittling us down.
http://vetxprs.org/VetTerrorThreat.html

Very disturbing…I’ve worked and know several police officers and can tell you many do their job honorably but like in any other profession you have your element of bad apples. Are you sure you only want the state armed?

I never said that guns should only be in the hands of the state.  But your well regulated militia is neither well regulated or a militia.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_militiaSome reading material. Militia is you and me.Would you defend the constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

Did you read the whole thing?

Yes I have and we can agree the meaning of  the word militia as used in the 2nd Amendment. Some more intent from our founding fathers. http://www.eskimo.com/~bpentium/articles/guns.htmlhttp://www.largo.org/meaning2.html

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i’m horny but i don’t wanna masturbate because i’m tryna get right with god

you ever cum so hard ya legs start shaking n ya face get all sweaty and you hallucinate and see Jesus shakin his head no

I Am The Guy That Writes Your Name On Your Starbucks Cup

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I am the guy that writes your name in black marker on your Starbucks cup. I probably write around five hundred customers’ names every day. Recently, it has come to my attention that people are not always satisfied with the name I’ve written. In fact, many people say that…