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Vampire Hunter Kit

"Cased vampire killing kit, in a rosewood and ebony case with inlaid silver stringing and mother-of-pearl inlaid plaque. Contents include a black powder percussion 2-barrel pistol, a powder horn and bullet mold, bone handled dagger with crucifix, three small crucifixes, mallet and two wooden stakes, book of common prayer, two small framed portraits of Jesus, holy water and four glass vials with crystals. 4"H x 16"W x 9.75"D, Circa - 19th C". [Propnomicon]

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Point of No Return

Christine - Kaley Ann Vorhees

The Phantom - Norm Lewis

September 22nd, 2014

The best part of waking up, is Norman on your dash....Good Norming, y'all!!!

First, thank YOU to ALL of you who sent me such kind words yesterday, and let me say that it was a pleasant surprise to see so many Carol fans and C@ryl shippers not only contact me but speak out against the nasty hate blog. That said, today’s Good Norming post features, once again, the work of my good friend http://www.zuzzolek.tumblr.com!!! Enjoy!!!

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Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again/Wandering Child

Christine - Kaley Ann Vorhees

The Phantom - Norm Lewis

Raoul - Jeremy Hays

September 22nd, 2014

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Final Lair

The Phantom - Norm Lewis

Christine - Kaley Ann Vorhees

Raoul - Jeremy Hays

September 22nd, 2014

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Katie and Joey

"I met Katie at a photography workshop in Santa Barbara. Since she and her husband conveniently live in the Midwest, we’re able to hang out during off season and talk about hanging out during our busy seasons. She has the best taste in everything."

 ”I met Joey at a dance party in Santa Barbara. He was stepping out for fresh air and I was working up the guts to go inside. We chatted for a few hours about favorite TV shows, photography, music, and things of that nature instead.” —Rachel Gulotta

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Weight of the Human Soul

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Tall Cloaked Figure Photographed in a Florida Cemetery?

In St. Augustine, Florida, a woman named Jen Jeslis says she took this photo while on a haunted pub ghost tour of one of the most haunted cemeteries in the state (or so she says). Every time she would feel a sensation, coolness out of nowhere, or just a creepy feeling, she’d take a picture. Out of all the photos she took that night, this was the only one to show something unexplainable. At first, she thought she saw a faint orb, so she zoomed in and that’s when she made the shocking discovery that she’d actually photographed a tall figure dressed in a dark cloak. She claims that she took multiple photos of the same area, yet the figure didn’t appear in any of the others. Jen says that while on the tour, she and everyone else was told of a ghostly judge that’s reportedly been seen roaming around the area at night.

Though the figure doesn’t have any real distinct features, it certainly looks real. It doesn’t appear as though it’s a Photoshop edit. However, just because the photo doesn’t look like it was faked, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a real specter. There’s a theory that suggests the figure might actually be a tombstone. To the left of the figure is what appears to be another, small ‘figure’ that looks somewhat similar to the one in question. Since the photo was taken in a cemetery, it’s possible that a tombstone was mistaken for a ghostly figure. Personally, the more I look at this photo, the more I believe it was just a tombstone. Given the fact that the picture quality and the lighting aren’t that great, it’s definitely possible that this is a case of pareidolia. But, who knows, this could be a real ghost, especially since this is in a cemetery. I’m interested to hear your thoughts on this photo. Do you think it shows a real ghost? Could it simply be a tombstone? Or do you think the picture is a hoax?

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Ve işte bazen, hastayken, mutsuzken, aşıkken, fecibir kabus gördüğümüzde, genel olarak normdan uzaklaştığımız durumlarda iki kişi olduğumuzu açık seçik duyarız: Yani ben tek kişiyimdir ama içimde biri daha vardır. Bu gizemli “o” sık sık mırıldanır, bazen ağlar, içinden çıkıp uzak bir yere gitmek ister, canı sıkılır, korkar. Görürüz ki iki kişiyiz ve birbirimizden bıkmışız. Bilincimiz çift değil tek olduğunda bir hafiflik, özgürlük duyarız, manasız bir hayvan cennetine düşmüşüz gibi.

Andrey Platonov - ” Happy Moscow ”

(content note: discussion of parenting, child abuse, spanking)

Reading arguments written by proponents of spanking / corporal punishment, and realizing something fundamental about how social norms view children—

Which is to say, not as real people whose experiences matter, but as “pre-people” who need to be molded into adults.

This is why we have a parenting model of discipline that’s based entirely on shaping the child into a functioning adult, and that justifies all treatment of the child based on this.

This is why whether a particular harmful punishment is “justified” solely depends on whether there are successful adults who suffered that punishment and now think it’s okay.

It’s why all the cases we identify as “real” child abuse are cases where we either (1) don’t expect the child to survive to adulthood because of how they’re being treated, or (2) expect them to grow up into a physically/psychologically damaged adult because of the harm they suffered.

It’s why adults can argue that corporal punishment is okay by saying things like, “I was beaten and given bruises and I turned out just fine!” and people find this argument convincing.

Because the bruises the child suffered don’t count. What counts is that the adult is now “just fine”.

But children are people all their lives, and pain isn’t magically harmless before the age of 18.

It’s wrong to hit an adult even if they aren’t scarred by it. It’s wrong to hit a child for the exact same reason.

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