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Chamber of Secrets - Part 24

Originally posted by bucha-nan

Pairing: Bucky x Reader

Summary: After the Avenger’s falling out, you were put in charge of putting Bucky together. Under King T’Challa’s orders, you were given a month’s time to create a new arm while simultaneously figure out how to get the triggering memories of his past out of his mind. As the time goes by, you found yourself confiding in him, despite his frozen state.

A/N: I mean, about fucking time Bree.

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I swear! 99.99999% this must be Jongdae ㅋㅋㅋ 

Naver Flea Market Post:

I am looking to buy a Yogurt Ahjumma outfit!

I am going to wear it during Halloween so I urgently need it within this week 

I’m thinking the price should be around $50. It must also come with a hat and if there’s a bag too, that would be great

Open to negotiating a different price than what I’ve quoted!

It would be good if the transaction place is around Gangnam Subway or NonHyun Subway but it’s open for negotiation

Please give me a call~~

  • The post was deleted after fans found it. apparently the ID belongs to a girl. but some fans are speculating it could have been an EXO co-di. hahaha
  • Also, the English translation doesn’t do the Korean version justice. it sounds a lot cuter and chen-like!

Warning: This is all 

SPECULATION but my spidey senses are a tingling~~^^)

anonymous asked:

Hello! I'm new to actually practising witchy stuff, I've observed others doing so for a while and I was hoping you could give me some advice for starting out: what are some good basic starter kit things for a young witch to have in their cabinet? herbs and paraphernalia and the like... I'm sorry if this is a silly question!

It isn’t silly - it’s actually one of the first questions I asked too, way back when. 

The answer depends on your specific path. Some witchcraft practices require or suggest particular items for rituals and the like. Mine requires nothing off hand. I highly recommend reading this post right here: What does does a beginner need? in addition to the following information. Some of it is rehashed below but the link is more in-depth. 

I would probably say that the easiest and most useful thing to get in some method of record keeping. This can be your book of shadows/book of secret/grimoire/spell book/whatever. It’s useful to not only write down the spells you want to keep but also can be used to keep notations on how the spells worked and what changes might want to be made. That’s incredibly useful for new witches, in my opinion. Book of Shadows vs Grimoire and On Grimoires.

As to what to keep around…  a better question is what do you use the most? Why should you really sink $10+ dollars in getting an herb if you never use it in spells? Buy as you need them.

As for ritual items… some people like using wands. I don’t but some people use them quite a bit. You can read about them here: Wands, Rods, and Staffs and Wand making. Similarly, some people really like using ritual knives for spiritual or physical cutting of items or flesh. I have a few ritual knives but I rarely use them in my practice. If you’re into blood magic, look into a diabetes blood sugar tester - it’s a safer, cleaner way of shedding blood.

Candles and incense are often the first thing beginners buy. If you want to use them, go for it but it’s not entirely necessary unless you’re setting up an altar that needs it, work with fire, or plan on doing candle magic (and much of candle magic nowadays doesn’t actually need candles if you properly look at the spell). This link has alternatives to candles: Candles and Incense

As for herbs - use what you have on hand at first. Your kitchen likely has a lot of herbs or spices that can be used right now. When you start thinking about a doing a spell, pick up the ingredients for them and keep them in tightly sealed dark glass jars if possible. For example, I keep pounds of mugwort, honey, and powdered cinnamon around because I use these ingredients all the time. However, I don’t keep white sage around because I prefer using clary sage and white sage is on United Plant Savers ‘to-watch’ risk list. On occasion I’ll get it if a spell requires it and I don’t want to swap it out but that’s pretty rare. What spells are you going to use the most? I do a lot of money and luck spells which means I use a lot of mints, clover, and cinquefoil. Check to see what spells you’re going to do and what they require. What are the MUST HAVE Herbs for Witches, In the end, I recommend checking your cupboard first.

As for the miscellaneous items for altars and the like - I recommend building it organically. For example, I found a nice large mortar and pestle at Ikea for less than $25 a year or so back. If you’re always on the look out for things to use in your practice you also begin to see things in terms of how an item can be used in witchcraft. The best places to score good stuff for cheap is used goods stores, flea markets, garage, yard, or estate sales, and like places. Etsy’s great for online stuff.

Hope that helps you out and let me know if you have any other questions!

Nazi Era Snapshots and the Banality of Evil

That theme of implicit absence dominates Daniel Lenchner’s found-photograph collection. Scouring flea markets, estate sales, and the internet, Lenchner has collected over 500 snapshots of Nazis taken by Nazis that document their daily lives: their families, their friendships, and their leisure activities.  

As a Jewish man with ancestors who perished in the Holocaust, these intimate glimpses into the daily lives of his family’s persecutors bring him face to face with what political philosopher Hannah Arendt called  “the banality of evil.”

I met the 68 year old Lenchner last month in his sprawling New York apartment to look through his collection and discuss its implications.

VICE: What’s striking about so many of these images is that without the uniforms you really can’t tell that these people are Nazis, can you?
Daniel Lenchner:
 Yes, that’s really what my thesis is: These people are normal in appearance, but appearances are deceiving. There is the modern news phenomenon of people being interviewed in the street after they discover that their neighbor is a mass murderer. They’re always expressing surprise, that they didn’t realize it, that they should have known. The underlying assumption is that they could’ve known. But, if the truth is that there is no way to know, then you shouldn’t be surprised.

I interviewed the great-niece of Nazi leader Herman Göring once, and her family albums are filled with pictures like these. She talked about feeling the love that’s evident in so many of the scenes: fathers holding their children, spouses embracing, friends laughing. How do you confront the presence of those kinds of emotions?
Yes, these guys went home to their wives and children, and maybe they sang them nice German lullabies, but it’s not an exoneration. I mean, Hitler loved dogs, and he was a vegetarian. Great. But, it’s all kind of irrelevant. At the end of the day these things are reconcilable. No, not exactly reconcilable, but they coexist. The evil and the not-evil coexist in a person. But, in Nuremberg, it didn’t come up that they were nice to their wives because it didn’t matter.

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It looks like the man in this picture wasn’t such a great husband. Is this a Dear John letter written on the back?
A Dear Johann letter, so to speak.

Can you describe what we’re looking it?
Well, here we have this handsome studio portrait of a German officer, and on the back is this message from a woman, apparently his mistress. She writes that she’s giving back this photograph because it’s brought her back luck. He’s a playboy. She refers to his “wanderings in Weimar,” and makes reference to his wife.

What do you like about this picture?
It’s just so normal, so banal, just a man screwing around on his wife—nothing so unusual there. He’s a regular scoundrel, but put him in a Nazi uniform and all of a sudden we have a special kind of scoundrel.


Zig and Zag

Kurt surprises them both by wanting a baby first. He’s not above hinting or scheming to get Blaine on board. PG-13. On AO3 here

Kurt surprises them both by wanting a baby first. It starts with nudges and hints. It’s Kurt cooing at babies in the park and making Blaine look so often that Blaine turns it into a game to see if he can spot the baby before Kurt does.  Kurt wants Blaine to look at cute baby clothes. He wants to design cute baby clothes. He wants Blaine to talk to him about the cute baby to put in the clothes. It’s cute and baffling.

It turns into outright pleading and flattery.

It’s the post-coital babbling of, “You’re going to be such a hot dad,” while Kurt presses kisses to every inch of skin he can reach. Blaine’s first thought is to wonder what’s wrong with him now, unguarded and open to Kurt’s scrutiny, that makes Kurt think about what he’ll be like when he’s so much older. His fingers fly to his own face. Kurt laughs and kisses there too.

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So I went to the flea market at the NC fair grounds yesterday and in the cast iron section I found this. Now it’s not unusual to see black face folk art at the flea market but this was the first time that I saw something with the word nigger on it. What was really uneasy for me was the fact that people walked by it as if it were nothing. Someone thought that it was okay to sell this. White children picking these things up and laughing at them as their parents look on with a smile. Black families avoiding the area altogether. I am disgusted. I thought that I would never see something like this in Raleigh, North Carolina but I guess I was wrong