1) U.S. soldiers pass by a student who demands withdrawal of U.S. military from South Korea outside the Yongsan U.S. Base in Seoul Friday, Sept. 13, 1996. An American serviceman, Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, has been accused of murdering a prostitute who was found dead Sept. 7 in her boarding house near U.S. military base in Tongduchon, 50km (80miles) north of Seoul. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

2) A student holds a portrait of Lee Ki-sun during a rally demanding withdrawal of the American military and condemning crimes involving U.S. soldiers in front of the U.S. military base Camp Casey, 50 kilometers (31 miles), north of Seoul, Saturday, Sept. 14, 1996. Lee, a 44-year-old prostitute, was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, last Saturday in a dispute over the price of her service, the U.S. military command said. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

3) American-Korean nun Moon Hyei-hyun is pushed back by police officers when she tried to deliver a protest letter to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, denouncing the U.S. soldiers’ crimes in Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. One prostitute was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago on Sept. 7. (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)

4) A protester, holding a portrait of South Korean prostitute Lee Ki-sun who was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago, shouts slogans during an anti-U.S. protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. Banner says “Restore National Independence.” (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)

(Source: tw-koreanhistory, via yahning-cat)


"I am very lucky with Brad. He is a real gentleman, but he is also a real man’s man. He’s got the wonderful balance of being an extraordinary, great, loving father, a very, very intelligent man and physically he’s a real man." – Angelina Jolie
"One of the greatest, smartest things I ever did was give my kids Angie as their mom. She’s such a great mom. Oh, man, I’m so happy to have her. With a partner like Angie, I know that when I’m working, the kids are happy, safe, and prospering. And when Angie’s working, she knows she has the same." – Brad Pitt
"I’m still a bad girl. I still have that side of me. It’s just in its place now. It belongs to Brad—or our adventures." – Angelina Jolie
"She’s still a bad girl, delightfully so. It’s not for public consumption." – Brad Pitt
"You get together and you’re two individuals and you feel inspired by each other, you challenge each other, you complement each other, drive each other beautifully crazy. After all these years, we have history—and when you have history with somebody, you’re friends in such a very real, deep way that there’s such a comfort, and an ease, and a deep love that comes from having been through quite a lot together." –Angelina Jolie

"I am very lucky with Brad. He is a real gentleman, but he is also a real man’s man. He’s got the wonderful balance of being an extraordinary, great, loving father, a very, very intelligent man and physically he’s a real man." – Angelina Jolie

"One of the greatest, smartest things I ever did was give my kids Angie as their mom. She’s such a great mom. Oh, man, I’m so happy to have her. With a partner like Angie, I know that when I’m working, the kids are happy, safe, and prospering. And when Angie’s working, she knows she has the same." – Brad Pitt

"I’m still a bad girl. I still have that side of me. It’s just in its place now. It belongs to Brad—or our adventures." – Angelina Jolie

"She’s still a bad girl, delightfully so. It’s not for public consumption." – Brad Pitt

"You get together and you’re two individuals and you feel inspired by each other, you challenge each other, you complement each other, drive each other beautifully crazy. After all these years, we have history—and when you have history with somebody, you’re friends in such a very real, deep way that there’s such a comfort, and an ease, and a deep love that comes from having been through quite a lot together." –Angelina Jolie

(Source: scandily, via its-nothingspecial)

wholetjackdrive:

during my freshman year of high school, i got voted to be on the homecoming court. that was cool until i heard that one of the more popular girls started crying because she didn’t get it. i figured standing on a float, waving to strangers, and looking pretty wasn’t really my thing. i felt bad for her so i gave it up to her. she then turned around and spread the rumor that “it was just a miscount” and that pretty much sums up high school for me.

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aliveontuesday:

the-chubby-nerd:

Story time:
While taking put the trash at work, I kicked this little bag of pennies. Obviously, since I’m poor, a grabbed them and threw them in my pocket before going on with the rest of my shift.
Close to the end of my shift, I remembered this bag of pennies, so I took it out and counted it out. 7 cents.
My coworker came up and started talking to me while I was doing this, so we chatted, the entire time, this tiny bag of pennies in my hand.
Meanwhile, one of my managers sees me and my coworker talking over this bag, immediately thinks that it’s drugs, yells, and grabs both of us and drags us to the back room.
So, we’re sitting there, me clutching this bag of pennies in my fist, while my manager gets my GM on the phone, yelling about how we were “trading drugs during our shift” and “endangering ourselves and other in the workplace.”
Within 10 minutes, my GM was there, papers in hand to terminate our employment, talking about how they should call the cops. I started crying, cause they wouldn’t let me get a word in edge-wise, my coworker was actually texting his dad the entire time, trying to get them to come fight for him.
It wasn’t until the GM asked what drug they were that they finally let me talk.
So, while I was sobbing, I opened my hand and dropped the bag in my manager’s hand.
And he bursts out laughing.
Within seconds I had explained everything, the pennies, the situation, everything.
I almost got fired and arrested over 7 pennies.

Your manager is a piece of shit.

aliveontuesday:

the-chubby-nerd:

Story time:

While taking put the trash at work, I kicked this little bag of pennies. Obviously, since I’m poor, a grabbed them and threw them in my pocket before going on with the rest of my shift.

Close to the end of my shift, I remembered this bag of pennies, so I took it out and counted it out. 7 cents.

My coworker came up and started talking to me while I was doing this, so we chatted, the entire time, this tiny bag of pennies in my hand.

Meanwhile, one of my managers sees me and my coworker talking over this bag, immediately thinks that it’s drugs, yells, and grabs both of us and drags us to the back room.

So, we’re sitting there, me clutching this bag of pennies in my fist, while my manager gets my GM on the phone, yelling about how we were “trading drugs during our shift” and “endangering ourselves and other in the workplace.”

Within 10 minutes, my GM was there, papers in hand to terminate our employment, talking about how they should call the cops. I started crying, cause they wouldn’t let me get a word in edge-wise, my coworker was actually texting his dad the entire time, trying to get them to come fight for him.

It wasn’t until the GM asked what drug they were that they finally let me talk.

So, while I was sobbing, I opened my hand and dropped the bag in my manager’s hand.

And he bursts out laughing.

Within seconds I had explained everything, the pennies, the situation, everything.

I almost got fired and arrested over 7 pennies.

Your manager is a piece of shit.

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pandaspwnz:

farfrompaid:

You not finding me attractive is not going to stop me from being attractive.

I SWEAR TO GOD IF YOU KEEP THIS MINDSET YOU WILL GET SOOO MUCH CONFIDENCE

(via machogrl)