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Sunday August 31st - 9:07pm

amutogawa:

*smiles endearingly*

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gifmovie:

Nazi problems

gifmovie:

Nazi problems

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Sunday August 31st - 7:48pm

dichotomized:

Munchausen syndrome by proxy - Named in 1951 for the legendary 18th-century purveyor of tall tales, Baron von Munchausen, Munchausen’s syn- drome is the psychiatric label for excessive hypochon- dria, a compulsive bid for sympathetic attention that includes false claims of illness and occasional self-injury. A curious parallel condition with relevance to serial murder, first described in 1977, is Munchausen’s syndrome by proxy, wherein those responsible for care of children, invalids, and the like seek attention by harming their charges. A possible extension of the “hero” motive ascribed to some medical murders in the FBI’s Crime Classification Manual (1992), Munchausen’s syndrome by proxy is also deemed responsible in certain cases where parents—always mothers, in the cases logged to date—kill their own children. Marybeth Tinning is a prime example, described by psychoanalysts as a virtual sympathy junkie who murdered eight of her children between 1972 and 1985, all for the attention she received in periods of mourning. Such killers are often adept at covering their tracks, and cases like Tinning’s and that of Martha Woods (seven children slain between 1946 and 1969) have led to urgent reevaluation of families reporting multiple cases of sudden infant death syndrome.

dichotomized:

Munchausen syndrome by proxy - Named in 1951 for the legendary 18th-century purveyor of tall tales, Baron von Munchausen, Munchausen’s syn- drome is the psychiatric label for excessive hypochon- dria, a compulsive bid for sympathetic attention that includes false claims of illness and occasional self-injury. A curious parallel condition with relevance to serial murder, first described in 1977, is Munchausen’s syndrome by proxy, wherein those responsible for care of children, invalids, and the like seek attention by harming their charges. A possible extension of the “hero” motive ascribed to some medical murders in the FBI’s Crime Classification Manual (1992), Munchausen’s syndrome by proxy is also deemed responsible in certain cases where parents—always mothers, in the cases logged to date—kill their own children. Marybeth Tinning is a prime example, described by psychoanalysts as a virtual sympathy junkie who murdered eight of her children between 1972 and 1985, all for the attention she received in periods of mourning. Such killers are often adept at covering their tracks, and cases like Tinning’s and that of Martha Woods (seven children slain between 1946 and 1969) have led to urgent reevaluation of families reporting multiple cases of sudden infant death syndrome.

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Sunday August 31st - 7:30pm

tedbunny:

The feet of a dead Japanese soldier stick out of a dirt pile on Iwo Jima 

tedbunny:

The feet of a dead Japanese soldier stick out of a dirt pile on Iwo Jima 

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Sunday August 31st - 7:27pm

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The ‘Pajama Girl’ Case - On 1 September 1934, the badly burnt body of a young woman, viciously battered about the head and wearing only pyjamas, was found in a road culvert in the township of Albury on the New South Wales-Victoria border in rural Australia. Although Sydney police reconstructed the dead woman’s features and made composite drawings of what she may have looked like in life the also took the extraordinary step of preserving the body in a formalin bath. During the next decade tens of thousands of people viewed the ghastly remains at the University of Sydney, and later Sydney police headquarters, before it was positively identified in 1944

dichotomized:

The ‘Pajama Girl’ Case - On 1 September 1934, the badly burnt body of a young woman, viciously battered about the head and wearing only pyjamas, was found in a road culvert in the township of Albury on the New South Wales-Victoria border in rural Australia. Although Sydney police reconstructed the dead woman’s features and made composite drawings of what she may have looked like in life the also took the extraordinary step of preserving the body in a formalin bath. During the next decade tens of thousands of people viewed the ghastly remains at the University of Sydney, and later Sydney police headquarters, before it was positively identified in 1944

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Saturday August 30th - 7:11pm

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Saturday August 30th - 8:24am

Via: eden Source: fuckyeahfridaynightdinner

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Saturday August 30th - 8:17am

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Saturday August 30th - 8:11am

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Saturday August 30th - 6:00am

rebeccamock:

The Aftershocks
medium.com

I was asked to create a .gif of a house interior during an earthquake. The article chronicles the controversial aftermath of the devastating quake that happened in L’Aquila, Italy in 2009. I wanted to capture the movement of the “tremors” before the full-on earthquake, although this tremor is infinite, never resolving.
This image and the all the animation was made in Photoshop. thanks AD Erich Nagler!

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Saturday August 30th - 5:56am

colin-vian:

  Oswaldo Guayasamín (1919-1999) 

colin-vian:

  Oswaldo Guayasamín (1919-1999) 

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Saturday August 30th - 5:45am

unexplained-events:

Strange Marine Creature

This strange creature was filmed underwater by drillers in the deep ocean. It is called Deepstaria enigmatica. It looks like an underwater dementor.

VIDEO

Via: unexplained-events Source: unexplained-events

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