The Thoughts And Feelings Of A Nazi SS Guard As He Is About To Execute 23 People

August 16, 2017 | 12 Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |

At 6.00 in the morning I was suddenly awoken from a deep sleep. Report for an execution. Fine, so I’ll just play executioner and then gravedigger, why not. Isn’t it strange, you love battle and then have to shoot defenseless people. Twenty–three had to be shot, amongst them the two above-mentioned women. They are unbelievable. They even refused to accept a glass of water from us.

I was detailed as marksman and had to shoot any runaways. We drove one kilometre along the road out of town and then turned right into a wood. There were only six of us at that point and we had to find a suitable spot to shoot and bury them. After a few minutes we found a place.

The death candidates assembled with shovels to dig their own graves. Two of them were weeping. The others certainly have incredible courage. What on earth is running through their minds during these moments? I think that each of them harbours a small hope that somehow he won’t be shot. The death candidates are organised into three shifts as there are not many shovels.

Strange, I am completely unmoved. No pity, nothing. That’s the way it is and then it’s all over. My heart beats just a little faster when involuntarily I recall the feelings and thoughts I had when I was in a similar situation.

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The Daily Man-Up

August 16, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Man-Up |

Let those young persons whose stomachs are not strong, or who think a good set-to with the weapons which God has given to us all an uncivilized, unchristian, or ungentlemanly affair, just skip this chapter at once, for it won’t be to their taste.

It was not at all usual in those days for two schoolhouse boys to have a fight. Of course, there were exceptions, when some cross-grained, hard-headed fellow came up who would never be happy unless he was quarreling with his nearest neighbors, or when there was some class dispute between the fifth form and the fags, for instance, which required bloodletting; and a champion was picked out on each side tacitly, who settled the matter by a good, hearty mill. But for the most part the constant use of those surest keepers of the peace, the boxing-gloves, kept the schoolhouse boys from fighting one another. Two or three nights in every week the gloves were brought out, either in the hall or fifth-form room; and every boy who was ever likely to fight at all knew all his neighbors’ prowess perfectly well, and could tell to a nicety what chance he would have in a stand-up fight with any other boy in the house. But of course no such experience could be gotten as regarded boys in other houses; and as most of the other houses were more or less jealous of the schoolhouse, collisions were frequent.

After all, what would life be without fighting, I should like to know? From the cradle to the grave, fighting, rightly understood, is the business, the real, highest, honestest business of every son of man. Every one who is worth his salt has his enemies, who must be beaten, be they evil thoughts and habits in himself or spiritual wickedness in high places, or Russians, or Border-ruffians, or Bill, Tom, or Harry, who will not let him live his life in quiet till he has thrashed them.

It is no good for Quakers, or any other body of men, to uplift their voices against fighting. Human nature is too strong for them, and they don’t follow their own precepts. Every soul of them is doing his own piece of fighting, somehow and somewhere. The world might be a better world without fighting, for anything I know, but it wouldn’t be our world; and therefore I am dead against crying peace when there is no peace, and isn’t meant to be. I’m as sorry as any man to see folk fighting the wrong people and the wrong things, but I’d a deal sooner see them doing that, than that they should have no fight in them.

Thomas Hughes Tom Brown’s School Days, 1857


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Welcome To Caveman’s Fight Club!

August 16, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

The 2 hardest shots landed on Mayweather

 

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Hot Instagram Girl Of The Day: Vicki Li

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Awesome Stuff Around The Internet

August 15, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: main |

14 Nauseating and Outrageous Sex Acts from Marquis De Sade’s 120 Days of Sodom – Ranker

How to Pick Up Girls (A Guide by Girls for Boys) – VICE

Leonardo DiCaprio Has Moved on From Nina Agdal With Yet ANOTHER Hot Twenty-something Model – Maxim

Erica Fett Is Another Cosplay Gem Who Is A Huge Fan Of Her Boobs – Mandatory

13 Bizarre Ways Actors Get Into Character – Cracked

What to Order at Starbucks, According to a Bunch of Baristas Who Don’t Work There – GQ

Doxxed White Supremacist Caught Red-Handed With Torch at Charlottesville Wants to Put That Genie Back in the Bottle – Gizmodo

The world’s “most sexy lady-biker” famous for her stunts and videos has died in a tragic accident – Rare

Federal Stimulus Package To Help Pay Off The Mortgage – Comparisons

The Five 2018 NBA Draft Prospects You Need to Care About – The Ringer

Images contradict Jack Del Rio’s claim on Marshawn Lynch – FanBuzz

Here’s What Game Of Thrones Would Look Like If the Intended Actors Had Been Cast – Esquire

Father of White Nationalist Marcher Disowns Son in Letter – Newser

Jacob Fugger: The Richest Man Who Ever Lived – The Economist

The Secret to Gaining the Upper Hand in Negotiations, with a Former FBI Negotiator – Big Think

Neo-Nazi Site Daily Stormer Is Banned By Google After Attempted Move From GoDaddy – NPR

Hot Girls In Nature (34 Pics) – Radass

The One Question I Ask To Stop Negative Thoughts From Ruining My Day – Fast Company

Pixie Lott Swimsuit Photos in Ibiza – G-Celeb

Why is millennial humor so weird? – Washington Post

The Average Guy Who Spent 6,003 Hours Trying to Be a Professional Golfer – The Atlantic

42 Ridiculously Hot Instagram Pics Of Ashlyn Coray – Regretful Morning

Mark Cuban Says This Book From 1998 Taught Him How To Reach $1 Million In The Bank – Bro Bible


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The Dumping Grounds

August 15, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

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My Favorite Comic Book Of All Time… Batman: The Killing Joke

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Life Isn’t All Sunshine And Rainbows

August 15, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |

Imagine each of the bodies used to be a living, breathing human. Each soldier there had a childhood, memories, they had felt things and smelled things, and seen things.

Everything in these soldier’s lives led up to their deaths. Their existence could be neatly summed up with an age and a name, and forgotten so easily, as if they had never existed or even mattered in the first place. They knew serving carried risk of harm to life and limb, they weighed the consequences and their incredible bravery led them into battle, but they could never know the finality of death, that the whole of their physical and mental being would cease as a function. They may have lay awake at night in fear of meeting their maker, or had reservations as they first signed their name on the piece of paper that made them a soldier, but none of them knew this was their fate. How could they?

Just recently they would have been smiling, and jovial. They would have been conversing and emoting and looking in one another’s eyes to derive meaning from visual and auditory cues. Not so long ago they would have been exquisite examples of a living, breathing organism. But as the synapses in their brain shut down, and the activity between neurons turns to excess heat instead of prolonging sustained consciousness, they are nothing more then shells of living creatures.

If you’ve seen someone die, you know it can happen quickly, and it’s hard to comprehend the full implication of a life coming to an end. From the observer’s point of view its just another event, it may bring on emotions and feelings, but as far as the universe is concerned its just energy moving around.

We may be born to die, and that’s depressing as hell, but each one of us is a unique tapestry of history, memories and personalities, and as long as we are alive we continue growing with complexity and weaving ourselves further into the shared history of our earth, our galaxy, our sun, and everything that had a part in making us. That being said, remember that each one of the soldiers strewn about the beach by the careless throws of death and pushed up the sand by the unforgiving current was a truly irreparable loss. Remember that no one person’s life is worth more then another, and that the loss of anyone, anywhere, for any reason is a tragedy and we must all share in the pain.

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