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  3. A generic feel good song. Battery’s charged.

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  5. nevver:

Cthul-Aid

    nevver:

    Cthul-Aid

    8 months ago  /  2,944 notes  /  Source: society6.com

  6. nevver:

The living are only a species of the dead

    nevver:

    The living are only a species of the dead

    8 months ago  /  888 notes  /  Source: villadarte.nl

  7. (via nevver)

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  8. (via thefrogman)

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  10. Ignore the lyrics.

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  11. Мангуста, велик си!

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  12. Yeah, have to post something to get the smell of intellectual deficiency away.

    Btw - What do u think of el-Baradey? Do you think a Vaclav Havel-esque type of leader is a viable option for a leader of an unified Egypt?

    Write me, as usual ;]

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  13. I’ll show you anyway though. No, it’s not some kind of spoof. Those scary “Balkan”, huh.

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  14. WTF is this you ask? You really do not like to know.

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  15. vicemag:

Wave of Immolation – Bulgarians Are Setting Themselves on Fire in Record Numbers
It’s not every day that you meet someone who has set himself on fire. One reason for this is because it’s pretty much the most awful and insane thing imaginable. Another reason is that people who light themselves ablaze usually die soon afterward. Surprisingly, it’s not always the burns that kill them. Often, flames will enter a self-immolator’s lungs through his mouth, causing him to asphyxiate.
On a recent trip to Bulgaria, I met not one but two people who had survived suicide attempts by fire. “Solving problems with gasoline has become the new trend,” Georgi Kostov told me in the burn-victim unit of St. George hospital in Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second-largest city. He was still in shock, so his wife, Donka, did most of the talking. 
She explained how the couple were unemployed, in debt, and struggling to feed their children, when, two weeks before my visit, Georgi disappeared into his bedroom at their apartment in the industrial city of Dimitrovgrad. He came out doused in gasoline, convinced that the Mafia was outside his front door to collect on his debts and kill him. Standing in front of his family, he flicked on his lighter and burst into flames. Donka leapt onto him to put out the blaze while his sister threw water on him. They succeeded in saving Georgi, but his wife suffered third-degree burns all over her arms in the process. “He was so depressed,” she said. “He didn’t know how to make anyone notice our poverty. So he did this horrible thing.” 
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    vicemag:

    Wave of Immolation – Bulgarians Are Setting Themselves on Fire in Record Numbers

    It’s not every day that you meet someone who has set himself on fire. One reason for this is because it’s pretty much the most awful and insane thing imaginable. Another reason is that people who light themselves ablaze usually die soon afterward. Surprisingly, it’s not always the burns that kill them. Often, flames will enter a self-immolator’s lungs through his mouth, causing him to asphyxiate.

    On a recent trip to Bulgaria, I met not one but two people who had survived suicide attempts by fire. “Solving problems with gasoline has become the new trend,” Georgi Kostov told me in the burn-victim unit of St. George hospital in Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second-largest city. He was still in shock, so his wife, Donka, did most of the talking. 

    She explained how the couple were unemployed, in debt, and struggling to feed their children, when, two weeks before my visit, Georgi disappeared into his bedroom at their apartment in the industrial city of Dimitrovgrad. He came out doused in gasoline, convinced that the Mafia was outside his front door to collect on his debts and kill him. Standing in front of his family, he flicked on his lighter and burst into flames. Donka leapt onto him to put out the blaze while his sister threw water on him. They succeeded in saving Georgi, but his wife suffered third-degree burns all over her arms in the process. “He was so depressed,” she said. “He didn’t know how to make anyone notice our poverty. So he did this horrible thing.” 

    Continue + Watch the documentary

    8 months ago  /  143 notes  /  Source: Vice Magazine