multiple discovery

one of many reasons why “QUEER” means so much to me.

[ IMAGE: a long, white image with “QUEER” faded in rainbow gradient in the background behind text written using various fonts in various sizes, colors and line-weight reading “sometimes identity is a journey. so far mine has gone something like this – queerascat.tumblr.com – HOLY SHIT, i’m BISEXU– wait, no, i’m PANSEXUAL! oh, but demisexuality? i’m DEMI-PANSEXUAL! but wait, what if i’m a LESBIAN??? no, WAIT! i’m NOT EVEN FEMALE!!! (no shit sherlock! plus you like who you like of any gender!) oh god, not even demi, TOTALLY ACE after all… shiiiiittt… panromantic ace! biromantic ace? PANro and BIro ACE! lolol wtf was i ever even thinking??? OF COURSE i’m a BI (sans ‘romantic’) & PAN (sans ‘romantic’) ACE. but grayro? quoiro? BI-PAN-GRAY-QUOIRO?? ugh, what the fuck ever. i’ll use whichever word(s) whenever it feels right to do so, but QUEER is the one word that has ALWAYS felt right. - Vesper 09/23/2016" ]

Headcanon that it’s a regular thing for Pidge to fall asleep anywhere and after multiple discoveries of their green paladin in random locations, the group has a new game called Get Pidge to Bed. 

Paladins trying to out-do each other to find and carry Pidge to bed. 

It becomes a nightly thing. 

(Shiro holds the current high score). (He denies being smug about this). (He totally is smug about this).  

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Marcel André Henri Félix Petiot nicknamed “Docteur Satan” (January 17, 1897 – May 25, 1946) was a French doctor who was convicted of multiple murders after the discovery of the remains of twenty six people in his home in Paris after World War II. He is suspected of killing more than sixty victims during his life. On 11 March 1944, Petiot’s neighbors in Rue Le Sueur complained to police of a foul stench in the area and of large amounts of smoke billowing from a chimney of the house. Fearing a chimney fire, the police summoned firemen, who entered the house and found a roaring fire in a coal stove in the basement. In the fire, and scattered in the basement, were human remains. Petiot went on trial on March 19, 1946, facing 135 criminal charges. He admitted to killing just nineteen of the twenty-seven victims found in his house, and claimed that they were Germans and collaborators - part of a total of 63 “enemies” killed. His lawyer attempted to portray Petiot as a resistance hero, but the judges and jurors were unimpressed. Petiot was convicted of 26 counts of murder, and sentenced to death. On 25 May, 1946, Petiot was beheaded, after a stay of a few days due to a problem in the release mechanism of the guillotine. Before being beheaded, Dr. launched at the meeting, as last words “Gentlemen, I have one last piece of advice: Look away. This will not be pretty to see.”

Travel Diary | Alessandra Ambrosio’s Brazilian Discovery

Last February, after hearing from multiple trusted sources about the wonders of Trancoso, a small fishing village located in Bahia, on the east coast of Brazil, Alessandra Ambrosio. 

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