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a series of small things... by ..be.., via Flickr

a series of small things... by ..be.., via Flickr

The 5 Most Terrifying Jobs in the History of War

The 5 Most Terrifying Jobs in the History of War

This picture represents what children are capable of if we push them to the brink of believing it is necessary. This kid had joined the army at 10 and killed people at All because he believed it was right and it would help his country.

White kids washing Meerkat. South African Children, 1950s

White kids washing Meerkat. South African Children, 1950s

#spiritsays: An elderly man living at home needs a meal brought in and some company while he eats it. A single mom needs babysitting to shop for her child. Goodwill toward men is not simply a seasonal statement but rather a mandate to live high. The most powerful gifts cost not a dime. http://karenweikert.com

#spiritsays: An elderly man living at home needs a meal brought in and some company while he eats it. A single mom needs babysitting to shop for her child. Goodwill toward men is not simply a seasonal statement but rather a mandate to live high. The most powerful gifts cost not a dime. http://karenweikert.com

Fairy Tail Spoiler: Gray vs. Juvia   A battle to the death. Gray and Juvia are being controlled by Invel, one of the Spriggan 12. Invel has Ice powers and in addition to that he has the power to make any one turn against each other.

Fairy Tail Spoiler: Gray vs. Juvia A battle to the death. Gray and Juvia are being controlled by Invel, one of the Spriggan 12. Invel has Ice powers and in addition to that he has the power to make any one turn against each other.

Mbuti tribesman Ota Benga committed suicide on March 20, 1920. He had been brought from what was then the Belgian Congo by missionary Samuel Phillips Verner to be on exhibit at the St. Louis World's Fair and later at the Bronx Zoo. Phillips Verner Bradford, the grandson of Verner, wrote a book on his life Ota Benga: The Pygmy in the Zoo (1992). #TodayInBlackHistory

Mbuti tribesman Ota Benga committed suicide on March 20, 1920. He had been brought from what was then the Belgian Congo by missionary Samuel Phillips Verner to be on exhibit at the St. Louis World's Fair and later at the Bronx Zoo. Phillips Verner Bradford, the grandson of Verner, wrote a book on his life Ota Benga: The Pygmy in the Zoo (1992). #TodayInBlackHistory

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