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clippie:

tesladyneindustries:

damn…..pen-zoned again

*tips eraser* m’lead-y

clippie:

tesladyneindustries:

damn…..pen-zoned again

*tips eraser* m’lead-y

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shellyshockz:

thing

shellyshockz:

thing

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thatssoojalen:

OH. MY. LORDT.

thatssoojalen:

OH. MY. LORDT.

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blastedheath:

John Worsley (British, 1919-2000), A Night Air Raid over Augusta, 1943. Oil on canvas, 60.3 x 83.8 cm. Imperial War Museums.

blastedheath:

John Worsley (British, 1919-2000), A Night Air Raid over Augusta, 1943. Oil on canvas, 60.3 x 83.8 cm. Imperial War Museums.

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battle-institute:

didyouknowgaming:

Pokemon.
http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2040095,00.html

From the article: 
“ I was really careful in making monsters faint rather than die. I think that young people playing games have an abnormal concept about dying. They start to lose and say, “I’m dying.” It’s not right for kids to think about a concept of death that way. They need to treat death with more respect.”

battle-institute:

didyouknowgaming:

Pokemon.

http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2040095,00.html

From the article: 

 I was really careful in making monsters faint rather than die. I think that young people playing games have an abnormal concept about dying. They start to lose and say, “I’m dying.” It’s not right for kids to think about a concept of death that way. They need to treat death with more respect.”

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