I like the finer things in life. And things that are utterly beautiful. People and places.
My sisters shelf arrangement! So pink an great!
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Beyond anything else today is about, it’s about taking a second to remember that America is amazing. Really: It’s amazing. Disappointments, BS, and irony aside, this is the longest experiment in DIY, make-it-up-as-you-go country-running in recorded history, and it’s ours to make what we will of it. In one of the foremost countries on earth, we are the ones calling the shots, and sometimes we disappoint the hell out of each other but from time to time we surprise ourselves with greatness.
What’s crazier than that? What’s more amazing?
Do this now: Register to vote. Then tell your friends to register to vote. Make it the last thing you do tonight to celebrate the Fourth. Happy Independence Day.
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I don’t have anything to do on in the internet anymore….what was the internet like before Facebook and twitter?? hmmmmm
May this man now rest in peace. 9/11 - Lest we ever forget the horrors that happened that day and to fight against terrorism for a happier world.
9/11 still provokes some emotion in me that I never thought I would have. Luckily I didn’t know anyone involved in the terror attacks but after watching so many things about the devastation I really can’t believe to this day that such an horrific event happened within this world we live in.
After watching the recent documentary on Channel 4 9/11: The Falling Man, I have so many thoughts going around in my head about how desperate these people were to jump. Hurtling towards the concrete at so many mph what thoughts were going through their mind? Did they pass out before they hit the concrete? Were they relieved to just be out of the horror? What was their last thoughts?
The documentary showed how families weren’t happy knowing that their loved one jumped due to either religious views and/or coming to terms that their loved one decided to do that…
Also what were the people on the street near by going through…being in a current situation where it was raining bodies and there was nothing they could do. I thank God that I was not there experiencing that and these images must still be whirling around these peoples minds…
Unless I was in that situation I have no idea how I would react and I think those people that jumped are extremely brave and show immense courage to do that. I don’t think it was cowardly or being selfish. In a situation where you know you are probably going to die, do you chose the quickest way you can think of or do you chose the longest way with an ounce of hope you could be saved? I would want to chose the quickest way.
For anyone out there I recommend this documentary..it’s showing and giving air time to the people where the experience was different. It is extremely sad.
9/11 - Lest We Forget.
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I want to live here. thankyou please.
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