Alice: You brute! How many minds have you twisted into forgetfulness

Angus Bumby: Not enough. Yours would have been a triumph! Still, you’re an insane wreck. My work is done.

Alice: You’ve used me and abused me, but you will not destroy me.

Angus Bumby: No, the damage is done. The old Alice and her Wonderland retreat are demolished. I’ve made certain of it.

Alice: You corrupted my memories, but you failed to make me forget.

anonymous asked:

what your opinion on the whole "junkrat is a racist because he hates omnics".. bc my friends always bring that up

im absolutely tired of seeing that argument. Omnics, in the overwatch universe are violent imperialists. They have killed people, destroyed homes, friends, and families.

As we know it, omnics are destroying’s homeland, Korea, and have turned zarya’s home into a war zone. They took the outback, and when the Australian Liberation Front fought back, caused the Omnium to blow up and turn it into an irradiated wasteland.

though we know they are being controlled by a god program, it only makes sense that having your home absolutely demolished, seeing friends and family die, and having your land taken by them due to their demands, that one would have animosity towarss them.

Omnics are the bad guys, and while there are a few good ones (zenyatta), it’s incredibly telling to see someone defending their actions as a whole.

/ omnic discourse

Hoshidan Festival: Azama and Mitama Parent-Child Convo

I love these two! They’re hilarious. Watching them interact with others is fun, but seeing them converse together is even better. Frighteningly adorable, indeed! (Seriously, it would be rather scary to see either one of them suddenly change to a caring and agreeable personality…)

Keep reading

The Aberfan Disaster

On the morning of October 21st 1966, an enormous pile of coal debris collapsed and came surging down a hillside in the Welsh village of Aberfan, demolishing houses and burying citizens in its path. By the time the slide had come to a halt, 150,000 tonnes of waste rock had destroyed buildings and killed civilians in the local area.

More specifically, 116 children and 28 adults had lost their lives due to the disaster. The fact that more children than adults died was due to the collision of debris into a primary school, which burst through the classrooms and buried both pupils and teacher beneath the rubble. Those who did not die from the hugely forceful impact suffocated before they were able to be dug out and rescued.

Residents had been constantly complaining to the local authorities about the mining remains being dumped on the hillside, as many were aware of the dangers it posed to the surrounding village. However, their warnings were consistently ignored. Perhaps the saddest aspect of this story is that, if the landslide had occurred just a few minutes earlier, children would not yet have been in their classrooms for the day’s start and therefore the death toll would have been significantly lower. Alternatively, just a few hours later, the school would have been empty as both staff and students were leaving that day to enjoy their half-term holidays.

The sogyouku was repaired in the end . Why ?

2 reasons

First is to signify demolition of ichiruki , ichigo destroyed it for rukia , it’s reconstruction means ichigo’s love for rukia is demolished.Its kubo’s jab at ichruki fandom.

Imagine that Kubo thinking of repeating the nonsense with the hellspawsns.

Pray to GOD that bleach remains in its grave or else we have to cremate it.

anonymous asked:

Tonight on Sjw News: Why transgender people only matter if they do not commit to any relationship that could be considered straight. Should we demolish all mountains to make an equally level land? And why light bulbs are sexist.

High Royds Insane Asylum aka West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum

Full report:

High Royds Lunatic Asylum or the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum as it was originally called, is a former psychiatric hospital near the village of Menston in West Yorkshire. The broad arrow plan asylum features a large array of stone built wards and interconnecting corridors most of which have been demolished leaving the majority of the old wards as independent buildings most now repurposed as modern apartments…

It is truly a strange thing when a steam pipe bursts under an abandoned building in the dead of winter, but that’s exactly what happened under the Clinic Building at Greystone Park State Hospital in 2007, a month before the building was unceremoniously knocked down.  The steam congregated near the ceiling of the abandoned asylum infirmary, condensing on the pipes and dripping down in regular patterns - and creating these ice stalagmites.  An hour after taking this photograph, demolition workers came into the building and chased us through the tunnels; we had to hide in an attic in 0 degree weather for hours while cops searched for us.  The next time I drove out there, there was no trace that a building had ever stood in this spot.

Prints available here.

[Patreon] - [Facebook] - [The Kingston Lounge]

I consider this among the greatest photographs I’ve ever taken.  As my friends were packing to leave Taunton State Hospital on a spring night in 2006, I was setting up one last shot by the light of the full moon.  I loaded my Minolta SRT-101 with Fuji NPH, a 400 ASA film that had uneven reciprocity failure - it color-shifted towards blue during long exposure.  I composed this shot basically in the dark using intuition, and then just guessed that a 30 minute exposure at f/8 would work.  And when I got my film back from the lab… I had this shot of a chair by a window in one of the many patient rooms in the asylum, captured entirely by full moonlight.  Shortly thereafter, I dropped out of a PhD program in philosophy to do photography full-time.

[Patreon] - [Facebook] - [The Kingston Lounge]