this serial though

Ezra Miller looks a lot like Richard Ramirez.

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Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you our terrfying-and-totally-not-tryng-to-bolt-it antagonist Kira Yoshikage

When L/xa is in the s3 trailer more than Murphy:

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When N/ylah has more promotional pics than Murphy:

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When C/stia who was only talked about twice casually and never shown has a more popular ship than Murphy:

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When Murphy is excluded from gifsets about the delinquents:

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When L/xa is treated as a main character but Murphy as a guest star:

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When Murphy gets raped and everybody just says it’s a way to disrespect L/xa: 

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When Murphy represents rape and abuse victims and a lot of people on the aro and ace spectrums and with mental illnesses relate heavily to him but everybody says he should die because he did shitty things 3 seasons ago:

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When people post hate in the Murphy tag and refuse to remove it:

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When people call Murphy a serial killer even though there’s actual requirements needed to meet that title and he doesn’t have them:

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When Murphy saves Cl/rke’s life so she can save the world but everybody ignores that so they can keep hating on him:

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When people say Murphy is terrible because he doesn’t like Cl/rke after she exiled him and accused him of a crime he didn’t commit and blamed him for F/nn’s massacre and never apologised:

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When Murphy has the opening scene to s3 and everybody says it’s boring and a waste of time and they should have given it to anybody else:

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When people make fun of Murphy for spelling die wrong even though because he didn’t have the same education level as the rest of the delinquents because he was imprisoned earlier:

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When people attack Richard for saying Murphy gets hurt and abused about the same amount as Raven even though that is canonically accurate:

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When people use Murphy as a generic antagonist in their fics even though he is neither of those things:

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  • What I Say: Are you familiar with Jojo's Bizarre Adventure?
  • What I mean: Do you want to hear me scream about Caejose?

from my personal opinion if you’re working retail tomorrow night, or on Friday for the sales, and it’s your first time, it’s okay.

It’s not as crazy as it seems, because all stores will have every available register open. At my old walmart, my line got only 6 people deep, which, can and usually happened regardless of the day.

It’s okay. The time is going to go really fast, because you’re constantly working!

I know, with some electronics though, the Serial Number is really small, so hey, don’t get frustrated when you can’t get it scanned. Take a deep breath in, try again. It’ll scan eventually. The customer can wait an extra moment if they really want it.

Stay hydrated, trust me. You’re going to need that when you’re moving around the register, and constantly greeting and answering peoples questions.

If you’re working on the floor, stay hydrated as well, because you’ll be all over the dang store. Don’t let yourself get stomped on by crazy people. If you don’t know where something is, it’s okay to tell the customer that you can get someone else to help them. If you can, before the sale starts, walk around your store and familiarize where things are. If you can, scan through the ad for your store. It’ll help you in the end.

It’s okay. It’s really not all that scary. You’ll do great! Good luck!

If you want, send me a message and we can talk it through :)

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In 1978, four young fast-food employees were working the night-shift as usual when the unthinkable happened. Daniel Davis, Ruth Shelton, Jayne Friedt and Mark Flemmonds were all preparing to close for night when two men, who have been re-created above thanks to eyewitness reports, stormed the restaurant, stole around $500 out of the cash register and murdered them. The crime has been called The Burger Chef Murders and it has never been solved.

After the group didn’t return home, police thought that they may have stolen the money and ran away together. It was a rather bold assumption, considering the victims were all merely acquaintances. The following Sunday, a dog-walker made the gruesome discovery their parents’ had been fearing most: The four corpses lay in a field, 20 miles away from the crime scene. Two victims had been shot in the back of the head, execution style. One had been stabbed over 30 times and the youngest, 16-year-old Flemmonds, had been beaten to death with a heavy chain. 

The only theory police have to this horrific crime is that the crew were caught up in a botched robbery. For some reason, the robbers decided to wreak some more havoc and went to the extreme of brutally killing four innocent people. This crime is a truly disturbing mystery and is likely to remain a cold case.

I’m not going to reblog Sieg’s PSA bc it mentions things that are potentially triggering and I don’t want to put a trigger tag on this because this is fucking important.

I’ve been raised by someone with massive amounts of trauma, a lot of which I don’t know bc she refuses to tell me on grounds that I’m her daughter. However she still loves to write out certain scenes and whatnot that are actually abusive or traumatic to the characters involved.

Wait. Hold up. That doesn’t make sense to you?

To some people, the act of putting fictional characters through something traumatic like you yourself have been through is a good coping mechanism. Especially if said writing deals with the fall out thereafter. It’s a great release, just like seeing it done on a TV show or movie and done correctly can help some.

Just because someone writes/RPs a thing doesn’t mean they condone it

Just because someone writes/RPs a thing doesn’t mean they condone it

Just because someone writes/RPs a thing doesn’t mean they condone it

So stop judging and maybe ask or stop to get to know the person before you decide to call them out on “problematic behavior.” There’s a difference between agreeing with an action and writing it.

H.H Holmes

Herman Webster Mudgett, better known under the name of Dr. Henry Howard Holmes, was one of the first documented serial killers -Even though the term “serial killer” was coined much later on, after his time.

 It is thought that Holmes selected mostly female victims, who were often working for him at his hotel. He’d also kill hotel guests and lovers. Compared with more modern serial killers, his method of murder was unique- some of his victims were locked in soundproof bedrooms and asphyxiated with harmful gases, and others were locked in a massive, airless bank vault next to his office (also soundproofed) where they remained until they slowly suffocated. Holmes constructed a chute down to the basement, which he used to store the bodies in. He would make anatomical models from the bodies, or strip them completely of their skin and muscles in order to show off a full skeleton. The unused bodies were dissolved in vats of acid or cremated. Due to the connections he had made in medical school, he sold organs and bones to the black market without any trouble.

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Animal Cruelty

Even though some serial killers have displayed delight in harming animals, more appear to have enjoyed the vivisection and exploration of dead animals. The morbid curiosity of cutting into dead animals may facilitate the development of deviant sexual fantasies, and played a key role in serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s development - who is pictured above. Understanding animal abuse is an important facet of understanding an offenders later violent behaviour.

In the US a pet can be the object of affection or the target of displaced scorn. Many violent offenders report incidents of childhood cruelty towards animals. According to the Humane Society, animal cruelty ‘encompasses a range of behaviours harmful to animals, from neglect to malicious killing. Intentional cruelty, or abuse, is knowingly depriving an animal of food, water, shelter, socialisation or veterinary care, or maliciously torturing, maiming, mutilating or killing an animal". Felthous and Kellert (1985), in their study of 102 men serving time in penitentiaries, found that cruelty to animal during childhood occurred much more often among aggressive criminals than non-aggressive criminals or non-criminals. In their study, they identified 9 motivations for childhood maltreatment of animals:

  1. To control the animal.
  2. To retaliate against the animal.
  3. To satisfy a prejudice against a specific species or breed.
  4. To express aggression through an animal.
  5. To enhance ones own aggressiveness.
  6. To shock people for amusement.
  7. To retaliate against another person.
  8. Displacement of hostility from a person to an animal
  9. Nonspecific sadism
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Assorted buttons the Misfits gave away or sold via the Fiend Club in the late ‘70s. Clockwise from top left: Glenn Danzig’s original hand drawn logo; the Crimson Ghost in a rare display of his namesake (it was the character’s cloak that was crimson in the 1946 serials, though you could only tell from posters as the films themselves were black and white); TCG in profile w/ Plan 9 Records logo; a pin celebrating the Misfits’ fourth single. Photos by unknown private collector.