Please watch this.
British journalist Jon Snow sums up the crisis in Gaza in three minutes.
He explains what he saw and the reality of the situation.
Now that we’ve summed up a 70 year conflict in 3 minutes, I think we’re all qualified to have a good, rational discussion about it.
I assume, Luke, that you haven’t yet watched the documentary I shared yet?
I don’t understand people that laugh at Israelis who are scared of Hamas’ missiles. I understand that their military is better armed than Hamas, and Israel kills more (like a lot more) people than Hamas do. But like, literally their country is under attack and you’re gunna be like “wow they’re just outdated rpgs and homemade missiles, grow a pair, faggots”. Come on. In the past couple years, it’s become fashionable to talk about this conflict again. But I can’t comprehend why all these people in the West with no historical or regional context can’t just say “wow that sounds awful for everyone involved. I hope that somehow, things can get sorted out eventually and everyone can live in peace”. Any one of you who takes a side in this and shows no sympathy for the other one is a totally heartless asshole with no concept of empathy for different kinds of people.
this is almost as bad as the time i had wifi at the mayan temple
do u ever just cum and it ain’t great and ur like “ok that one was super lame”
new soundcloud in case anyone here is remotely interested
sext: noting that the UCSB shooter may have been on the autistic spectrum does not mean we’re blaming autism for his crimes, but more that his autistic lack of social nuance could explain how he fell into a terrible crowd like the MRA’s and adopt their mentality to justify why he felt so alone and eventually spur him to kill
OMG so I just figured out the word “hurt”
it’s past, present and future
you will be hurt
you are hurt
you were hurt
BECAUSE IF SOMETHING TRULY HURT, IT NEVER REALLY STOPS
you poetic little shit
it’s because… it’s an adjective… …
you will be stupid
you are stupid
you were stupid
am I the only one that thinks “I love you.” & “I’m in love with you.” are two totally different things
"I love you" means your heart has made a connection with that person.
"I’m IN love with you" means your heart is invested in them.
no one ever understands when I say this
Am I the only one who thinks changing the words in a sentence makes the sentence mean something else??????
me talking to the boy i like