|—||Sylvia Plath (via ihatenietzsche)|
My country is precipitating towards elections and the pressure can even be felt wrapped around the tree trunks along the streets.
The prisoner defiantly stares down Heinrich Himmler, Hitler’s right-hand-man, who was responsible for the Holocaust. Greasley’s confrontation with Himmler took place during an inspection of the camp he was confined to. The inmates were ordered to remain seated, but Greasley refused. Horace Greasley also escaped the death camp, but sneaked back in to rescue a German woman whom he had fallen in love with.
this is amazing
Wait it gets better, he escaped from the camp 200 times to meet with the woman he was in love with and returned after every time because there was no other place to go to. He also wrote an autobiography omfg this dude is seriously awesome
Having tattoos and piercings is not unprofessional.
What’s unprofessional is turning down an aspiring employee due to superficial reasons and not their skill level or experience.
I differ. Would never trust a school teacher with the swastika tattooed on his forehead with my child for e second. Whatever his/her experience or skill. Neither would I leave my car with such a mechanic.
This image has been stuck in my head for several days now. Imagine traveling this world!
|—||Roger Ebert, I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie (via larmoyante)|
|—||Albert Camus, The Plague (via pensivefrangipani)|