AU where 'friend' and 'boyfriend'/'girlfriend' are the same word. imagine how confusing that would be! you would tell somebody about your ‘friend’ but they literally wouldn’t know what your relationship is because……..
oh wait sorry this isn’t an AU. German, I was talking about German. Imagine German.
Mostly Writing, history, gaming, and everything from peashooters to ICBM's. I have a masters in procrastination and mental incapacity, and a cat named Panzer.
I hate when I’m in class, working on my personal writing and someone leans over and goes “WHat R U wRITing” like your eulogy if you don’t back the fuck up you soggy lampshade
“A German Friedrichshafen seaplane crashed into a building in Germany 1918”
if my husband doesnt tear up when im walking down the aisle im turning the fuck around
my husband definitely will because he’s gonna have to put up with me for the rest of his life and that’s enough to make anybody cry
Officer Darren Wilson of the Ferguson MO Police Department
Why aren’t the media releasing the photos of Police Officer Darren Wilson’s injuries after he was assaulted by “the unarmed black teenager”?
He was punched in the face before he emptied his weapon into the drugged “unarmed teenager”—-here is what a broken eye socket looks like:
If you support someone regardless of their actions before the facts are reviewed just because of their skin color you’re more racist than you could ever paint this man who acted in self defense.
Ignoring “drugged” and “punched in the face” and “supporting someone regardless of their actions before the facts are reviewed” and “racist”, you should know that THIS PHOTO IS NOT OF DARREN WILSON. It’s dead motocross rider Jim McNeil.
18,000 notes on this photo, fucking hell.
Soldiers in the Army’s 31st Division charge into a trench, bayonets fixed, during training exercises at Camp Blanding, Fla., in 1943.
An interesting composition…
This photo was taken through the barrel of a captured German Panzerschreck. Seen through the anti-tank weapon are troops of the 1st Battalion, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division moving through Wesel Forest in Germany near the Rhine river in pursuit of the retreating German 116th Panzer Division - 26 March 1944
The 30th Infantry Division troops, two days prior to this photo, assaulted across the Rhine river pushing East, and cleared out any German resistance the soldiers encountered.
Master Cpl. Gary Tabor of the Wilmington, Delaware police department had been in plenty of homes during his time in the major crimes unit and he realized there was at least one common denominator - the lack of books in the home. Then he heard about the correlation between books in the home and higher graduation rates from high school and the light went on and “The Book ‘Em Cops and Kids Literacy Initiative” was born.
Since the program began almost 6,000 books have been distributed for free and for many of the kids it is the first book they ever owned!
Proactive policing at its finest and really good to see. The program which started with Tabor now includes 20 officers. The books are donated by the community including 1,000 of which were recently collected in a book drive by a local elementary school. Story, with video, at delaware online
Photos by SUCHAT PEDERSON/THE NEWS JOURNAL