movie screencaps: the basketball diaries
    ❝ you’re growing up. and rain sort of remains on the branches of a tree that will someday rule the earth. and it’s good that there is rain. it clears the month of your sorry rainbow expressions, and it clears the streets of the silent armies… so we can dance. ❞

Alien: wait, so your planet decided to set a specific image for what makes the perfect looking body, but they edit their models so they meet the perfect body requirements so they can promote it

Me: … yep

Alien: so the people literally set the standards they know can’t be naturally achieved so they literally have to edit everything to meet the standard they made up

Me: …. yep

Alien: what the f


In 1983, KBS (a South Korean state-run television station) ran a series entitled “Finding Dispersed Families,” to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the Korean War. Thousands of war-torn families from North and South Korea could nationally broadcast the names of missing family members.

10,189 reunions were verified and broadcasted through KBS, with 100,952 applicants. The originally planned 1 day broadcast, ran for 138 days.

The show became a national phenomenon. Thousands gathered outside the KBS plaza in South Korea, holding signs with names of their missing, and waiting their turn on air.

Source by KBS  Subtitled Videos of Reunions  United Nations Photo Archive