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The face she gives me when she wants to get on the couch


That puppy should be allowed on the couch.
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Haunted Mansion Holiday 🎃🎄
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GIVENCHY f/w 2008
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The Columbine shooters, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold did not tell others their killing-plan. The plans were not real untill the shooting occured. Friends say that they often made statements like ”I would like to shoot that guy” or ”would not be fun to kill all the jocks” but nobody took them seriously. Perhaps many of us say homicidal threats when we get angry.
Interestingly, Eric and Dylan considered themselves above human form. They stated they had stepped above. In his journal, Eric wrote that he was higher than others in terms of Universal Intelligence. 
Eric and Dylan felt vulnerable in their ”human form”. In their ”godlike form” they were playing a video game: a bloody game. Eric Harris wrote that he had to turn off his human feelings: sympathy and mercy and forced himself on killing:
”“I have a goal to destroy as much as possible so I must not be sidetracked by my feelings of sympathy, mercy, or any of that, so I will force myself to believe that everyone is just another monster from Doom like FH [Former Human, mob in Doom] or FS [Former Sergeant] or demons, so it’s either me or them. I have to turn off my feelings.”
It seems likely Eric Harris prepared himself for the massacre by forcing himself to believe he was a game killing monsters and by turning off his feelings. 
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1st picture: Eric Harris’s signature in Nathan Dykeman yearbook
2nd picture: Dylan Klebold’s signature in Nathan Dykeman yearbook.
Nathan Dykeman was a friend of them.
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I am intrigued by the smile upon your face, and the  s a d n e s s  within your  e y e s
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Marlon Brando C.1950’s.
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The “torn scrap paper” that reads Eric Harris website handled to Brooks Brown by Dylan Klebold.

If I remember correctly, the “secret page” was their missions. Rebdoomer was the oldest out of the 3 rebdoomer. rebldomakr, rebdomine. The missions started when he was 15. 

Omg I have never seen this note before!
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