Oncethmus

Singaway, 17.

In youth we learn, in age we understand. - Marie Ebner von Eschenbach
Memories to treasure, frames to fill.

Memories to treasure, frames to fill.

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28.02.2011

Things to look forward to today:-

1. Complete download transfer of Big Bang’s epic comeback last night

2. Last episode of Dream High ;(

3. GD&TOP Vol. 1

4. Last day of February

5. Commencement of strict diet since I’ve stopped following it on December

It was an accident really. He had started (again) one of those rare conversations that didn’t involve any cerebral exercise. He talked about cake, actually. And of all things, she had to laugh. He laughed as well, but then, for some reason it became awkward, and neither of them mentioned cake ever again. To someone on the outside, it would seem like such a little matter, but to them, to talk about something that didn’t involve molecular formulas or quantum mechanics was a breakthrough. Unfortunately some breakthroughs don’t last for very long.

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katespadeny:

colonycallahan:

Models in Window, New York,  1960

auto-reblog. this is hanging up all over our office.

katespadeny:

colonycallahan:

Models in Window, New York,  1960

auto-reblog. this is hanging up all over our office.

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greatestoftheseislessthanthree:

I just came across this on tumblr a few minutes ago. Just to be clear, I cropped out the person’s name so that I don’t get any bad publicity for this person but I’m wondering if I’m the only person who finds this sort of thing at least somewhat offensive. 
I don’t see why it’s acceptable to call a black child the ‘virtual spawn of satan’. I realise that the individual has the right to say exactly what they want as this is the internet and it is their blog, but I do feel that this sort of thing should not be okay. It might just be me, but I find so much wrong with this whole description, I actually cringed as I read it.
I, personally have been a sims fan for ages. I’ve had almost every single one and currently have the sims 3. I’ve also had it on various platforms etc. I realize that every sims player will/has tried to get rid of a sim in the house at one stage but the fact that this person seems to wish to eliminate the child solely because it is black is sad to me. 
Without making too big a deal of something that doesn’t deserve it, I think that all of us, black, white, brown, tan, whatever should begin to challenge ourselves and our feelings and perceptions towards people who are different. Be it because of skin colour, nation, weight, etc. Let us not live within society’s norms, thinking what we have been trained to think. Everyone deserves a chance to prove who they are as an individual, but too many never get that chance.

greatestoftheseislessthanthree:

I just came across this on tumblr a few minutes ago. Just to be clear, I cropped out the person’s name so that I don’t get any bad publicity for this person but I’m wondering if I’m the only person who finds this sort of thing at least somewhat offensive. 

I don’t see why it’s acceptable to call a black child the ‘virtual spawn of satan’. I realise that the individual has the right to say exactly what they want as this is the internet and it is their blog, but I do feel that this sort of thing should not be okay. It might just be me, but I find so much wrong with this whole description, I actually cringed as I read it.

I, personally have been a sims fan for ages. I’ve had almost every single one and currently have the sims 3. I’ve also had it on various platforms etc. I realize that every sims player will/has tried to get rid of a sim in the house at one stage but the fact that this person seems to wish to eliminate the child solely because it is black is sad to me. 

Without making too big a deal of something that doesn’t deserve it, I think that all of us, black, white, brown, tan, whatever should begin to challenge ourselves and our feelings and perceptions towards people who are different. Be it because of skin colour, nation, weight, etc. Let us not live within society’s norms, thinking what we have been trained to think. Everyone deserves a chance to prove who they are as an individual, but too many never get that chance.