TheAceOfSkulls
Hi, I am Erica. I am a game manager at unox. A new game is launching called LOA, could you do me a favour and try to play it? It a latest browser game, test it on my page. Will take only few minutes. Let my know how was it we can chat after. Erica

okaberintarou:

What have you done with Paul? Where is Paul? Is he safe?

coffindude:

delistylehardcore:

wtf is butch privilege

Being leader of the Tunnel Snakes

stability:

when you’re talking about something you love and someone immediately starts saying how terrible it is image

tastefullyoffensive:

Only in Canada [imgur]

Previously: Bears Doing Human Things

howell-lester-phanfics:

this will never not make me laugh

One of the ways that German history is not like other European histories is that Germans consciously use it as a warning to act differently in the future. As the historian Michael Stürmer says, “for a long time in Germany, history was what must not be allowed to happen again”. This is very different from Britain or France, where most public engagement with history, in terms of monuments and memorials, is to honour valour and heroism, with little public recognition of any wrongdoing, or of follies that might have led to the wars in which the valour had to be demonstrated. What is striking about German war memorials is that they look forward not back - a characteristic clearly visible in their parliament building.
Neil MacGregor in yesterday’s Guardian Review, “Made in Germany” (via timeswhenlucywasright)