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What I want for Eurovision 2017
  • That new stupid voting system needs to die.
  • No more ballads.
  • More weird songs
  • Really, no more ballads.
  • Australia needs to calm down and send a weird singer with a weird song.
  • No, USA, you can’t participate
  • More songs in different languages. English songs are fine, but I want to hear all the beautiful languages we have.
  • Seriously, if a country sings a ballad they are not allowed to participate the next year.
  • Weird hosts.
  • More fire.
The Georgia Guidestones

The Georgia Guidestones is a granite monument erected in 1980 in Elbert County, Georgia, in the United States. A set of 10 guidelines is inscribed on the structure in eight modern languages, and a shorter message is inscribed at the top of the structure in four ancient language scripts: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian hieroglyphs.

In June 1979, a man using the self-confessed pseudonym Robert C. Christian approached the Elberton Granite Finishing company on behalf of “a small group of loyal Americans”, and commissioned the structure. Christian explained that the stones would function as a compass, calendar and clock, and should be capable of withstanding catastrophic events. When arranging payment, Christian explained that he represented a group which had been planning the Guidestones for 20 years, and which intended to remain anonymous

A message consisting of a set of ten guidelines or principles is engraved on the Georgia Guidestones in eight different languages. 

  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
  2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
  3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
  4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
  5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
  6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
  7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
  8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
  9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
  10. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

Who were these “loyal Americans”? 


Johnson 1941 Light Machine Gun

Manufactured by Cranston Arms in Providence, Rhode Island, United States in 1941. SN 1522.
30-rounds .30-06 side-mounted magazine, it also features a bipod and a dope front sight.
From the town that gave you eldritch abominations, the weapon to fight them with.

Sausage : James D. Julia Inc.


how to delete someone else’s news article

Beets me! Less than three hundred years ago in rural Idaho a group of explorers discovered a flock of wild clydsdales living on a radish farm after the owners had mysteriously disappeared. Several days later never-before-seen plants started sprouting from the large mounds of horse feces that later were shown to contain a bitter root, which the new owners of the farm named horseradishes.

1870s: A pile of American Bison skulls, waiting to be ground up for fertilizer. More than 50 million Bisons were killed by the invading Europeans, both for fertilizer and due to the fact that they were a main food source for the Native Americans. Killing them arguably aided in the genocide and slaughter of the indigenous people.

ID #19305

Name: Madison
Age: 17
Country: USA

Hi, I’m Madison. I’m 17 years old and hecka gay. I’m from the south so I don’t really have any gay friends and would love to maybe make some. I’m a very shy and introverted person. I love music, sharks, space, dogs, puns, fun (useless) facts, video games, and reading. I’m also really bad at describing myself.

Preferences: 16+

ID #16116

Name: Emma
Age: 13
Country: USA

I’m a nerd, so I really like math and science. I am a horrible speller, so excuse any mistakes. I love Harry Potter, Ender’s Game, Sherlock Holmes, and most books, thought I especially like sci-fi and fantasy. If you are interested in anything I will research it so we can have proper communication, and I love accumulating random facts so I will be excited for whatever you are exited about as well. I like classical music and punk rock, mostly Panic! at the Disco and the Struts. I am a INTP and enjoy MBTI. I am really weird and don’t go out much so I think that this would be a good way for me to make friends. I am very left wing in politics, so don’t be rude if you disagree.

Preferences: I would like no one above 17 and no one younger than 10. I don’t contact me if you are discriminatory of anyone. Gender is not important, no is sexuality.

butterscotchxstrings3709  asked:

Having the All might protection squad ship Toshinori/Inko is really cute but.. what about Izuku? Would he know about it, would everyone leave him in the dark? Would he know, how would he feel about it, isn't he apart of the squad?

I imagine that, at first, the rest of them would be a bit hesitant to tell Izuku - that is his MOM after all, and it seems kinda, idk, rude? to try and get their friend’s mom with someone. And when they finally tell him, his reaction is hard to judge. He is silent, but wide-eyed, and asks for some time alone to think. (they worry™)

… And then the next day he comes to school in COMPLETE SUPPORT OF IT

they are all Super Confused because they had been prepared for him to quietly ask for them to stop (and they had decided that, if he did, they WOULD), but… No?? He didn’t??? He’s really supportive and happy and seems to like the idea and “OKAY WELL I GUESS EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND WE CAN JUST KEEP DOING WHAT WE WERE DOING, RECOMMENCE THE CAMPAIGN”

But Izuku’s thought process is a little something like this: He is conflicted at first, because this is his mom and his teacher/idol/mentor. He really cares for both of them, sure, but his mom… Well, she’s his mom, she knows pretty much everything about him and took care of him since he was born. And then there’s All Might, who is his idol, who he wants to do his best for/be the best in front of, who he wants to excel for and make Proud.

anyway, he also thinks about what is happening to his mother’s life now. How, with him leaving, she is left at home alone, and how (for both of them) a lot of their time was spent together. He thinks about his mother grocery shopping by herself, and eating alone in her quiet apartment. He thinks about how happy she is whenever he comes to visit.

He thinks about how she practically glows, now, whenever All Might comes with him. (he’d have to be blind not to notice that, though he doesn’t really know when that happened)

He decides that this would actually… This would work. It would be nice. They are happy, and there isn’t much that Izuku can do for his mother now, as it is. This would be a very positive and happy outcome.


*cue mental (and maybe outward) screeching and flailing for a bit*

But then he realizes that he hasn’t had a father figure before. He doesn’t know what it’s like to have a father figure. And he wonders if, maybe, he kind of already sees AM like that…?

*cue more embarrassment* (probably buries his face into his hands)

but it makes sense to him, a bit, b/c their relationship is less teacher and student (amongst many) and more mentor & protege and they spend a lot of time together? he unwillingly equates their training a bit to the AMERICAN!! idea of father/son baseball/sport bonding, eating AMERICAN!!! burgers together and doing that manly father-son bonding thing. [stereotyped u.s. habits to the max b/c you know izuku probably did some research on all might’s connection to his highly AMERIKA!!! U!!! S!!!! A!!!!!! theme]

Anyway, several more mental debates and non-sequiturs later leads him to his final decision. The fact that so many people at school already support/spearhead the operation helps, and he is just as (if not more) enthusiastic about it.

He still feels like it may be a little, well, selfish? or something, doing this. That doesn’t make much sense even to him because he knows his reasons for supporting this, but it’s probably because he feels so happy about it. Because he really does care for both of them, and…

It would be really, really cool/nice/awesome for All Might to be his dad