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Anonymous Asked
Questionwhat actually happened at dashcon to make it so awful? ive seen lots of stuff making fun of it and complaining, but nothing explaining why Answer

officialunitedstates:

It is one of the biggest errors in world history and here’s why:

  • Although starting in the middle of summer with a few small battles, it eventually dragged on for almost six more months into a brutal winter
  • The Russians’ scorched earth policy surprised the French and made the French’s advances much more treacherous and costly
  • Napoleon’s thirst for a full victory were impossible to satisfy because the Russians refused to engage in any prolonged battles, instead wisely choosing to use guerrilla tactics to decimate an already broken, famished, and sickened French Army.
  • Over 17,000 French troops lost their lives each month during the disastrous campaign

crossin’ puukers over that rauchtarn

la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 

la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.

A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.

That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.

Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 

This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 

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Album Art

chaoscontrolled123:

Luke and I were looking at Hieronymus Bosch’s painting The Garden of Earthly Delights and discovered, much to our amusement, music written upon the posterior of one of the many tortured denizens of the rightmost panel of the painting which is intended to represent Hell. I decided to transcribe it into modern notation, assuming the second line of the staff is C, as is common for chants of this era.

so yes this is LITERALLY the 600-years-old butt song from hell

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mehrseinalsscheinen:

I made a thing.

oh what up it’s me