I fucking love Killing Stalking ok it’s the best manhwa ever…. (Believe it or not, it’s not the nastiest thing I’ve ever read. That would be Feeding Lamb) Most is from Sangwoo’s prespective, but some is stalker Bum’s view. Anyways here’s a playlist for the most controversial and problematic ship of the year
A Little Piece of Heaven- Avenged Sevenfold
I Almost Told You That I Loved You- Papa Roach
Body- Mother Mother
Dead Bite- Hollywood Undead
Tear You Apart- She Wants Revenge
Stalkers (Slit My Wrists)- Mindless Self Indulgence
Captain, I’m real sorry they picked you to defend that ****** that raped my Mayella. I don’t know why I didn’t kill him myself instead of going to the sheriff. That would’ve saved you and the sheriff and the tax payers lots of trouble.
Lyudmila Pavlichenko is the highest-scoring female sniper on record, with a count of 309 confirmed kills, 36 of which were enemy snipers. And while it’s unfair to compare real-life soldiers with superhuman Hollywood killing machines like John Rambo, that’s actually more people than Rambo killed on-screen – in fact, it’s more people than Stallone has killed in all of his movies combined. That’s right – this woman shot more people in real life than a man who was only pretending to do it with the aid of special effects, editing, and extras who weren’t even trying to kill him back. They couldn’t show Rambo killing that many, because it just wouldn’t have been plausible.
Pavlichenko was already an accomplished sniper by the time she was 24 and Hitler decided that Russia was the final boss battle of his world domination game. And where a fictional badass gets his kills by mowing down rows of bad guys running mindlessly into his machine gun, Pavlichenko took hers out one at a time, carefully and patiently. Of her many duels with German snipers, Pavlichenko recalled the longest lasting over three days.
After a near-death experience, the Soviet Union decided to send her as a diplomat to the USA, where she was the first Soviet Citizen to ever be openly welcome in the White House. She even toured the country with Eleanor Roosevelt, advocating the equal treatment of women. She never got a big war movie made about her, probably because commie war heroes went out of style pretty fast after World War II, and because Hollywood prefers its female action heroes in some kind of tight black leather. She had to settle for being immortalized in a song by Woody Guthrie instead. Hey, that’s almost the same thing, right?