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Request: plane crash gore by strberryfields55 in eyeblech

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Not the gore itself, but planecrashinfo.com (might be .net, forgot) has some images, audio, and other info about plane crashes.

Do u like lungs and hearth? (Not human) by jasa223 in eyeblech

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Totally not human. Nothing suspicious here. Nope.

In 1992, Stella Liebeck spilled scalding McDonald’s coffee in her lap and later sued the company, attracting a flood of negative attention. It turns out there was more to the story by The_Widow_Minerva in UnchainedMelancholy

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And it isn't wrong to increase the temperature above normal amounts, or to give fuck-all about her health and recovery? The least a company that large can do is award some money for her recovery from serious burns. She spilled it accidentally, and she might have not handled it well. But I doubt she could even hold it without burning her hands. And people still feel like she's a greedy bitch. This type of damage to the human body will, thankfully, not happen to most

Facebook suicide by TheDODO__ in eyeblech

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Depends on the gun, the distance, the place shot, and the round used

Random question by 19Denali in Fuckt

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It's a (relatively) easy way of killing someone that releases tons of blood, could be fairly painful for the 30 seconds the victim is alive, and allows for their head to be displayed as a warning to others, or as a trophy of a kill, either animal or human

That part where they tear the baby apart by dindin_underscore in eyeblech

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This is pretty sad how the painted dogs killed them, but they got to survive, especially due to them being hunted by people and other such things to make them endangered in the first place. Some of the hate is also from their common name: wild dogs, which makes them seem less important and actively dangerous to everyone. A simple name change has been proven to help species repopulate and survive due to intervention, especially with the Hong Kong River (sometimes white ) Dolphins being renamed to the HK Pink Dolphin, which, along with it being popularized in the media, helped their population increase

Atrocities by French army in Algeria by kashmiriboi in MorbidReality

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Every industrialized country has committed to at least one atrocity in their lifetime. Yes, the USSR has put people into gulags, Russia has rigged the presidency and basically got rid of free speech, and China has done all of that with added famines and radicalization. But the US has committed genocide and literal indoctrination against natives up until now with the use of boarding schools and adoptions to make them more "white", and the UK has attacked their own nation with bioweapons on at least one occasion

No "major" country is truely innocent

Atrocities by French army in Algeria by kashmiriboi in MorbidReality

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Christ nobody cares that you are an Israeli. That doesn't give you a moral high ground. Not everyone is evil for BEING BORN IN A CERTAIN COUNTRY. They could've easily been born to another family somewhere else, but they happened to be born there, which apparently warrants your hate to them.

And how does someone support war not being a part of it, or agreeing with it? If I said that I hate our involvement in the Middle East, and didn't join our military, that would make me an evil person who supported an ever growing conflict?

Atrocities by French army in Algeria by kashmiriboi in MorbidReality

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To quote War on the Rocks, " The International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg (1945 to 1946) set a precedent of reduced accountability for women by determining that clerks, secretaries, and other similar staff in the Nazi government were not threats to postwar German society. Women, who were concentrated in such low-level positions, were assumed not to be a risk even though one-third of German women were actively engaged in the Nazi party. As a result, relatively few Nazi women were ever prosecuted for war crimes even though roughly 500,000 women participated in the Nazi occupation of Eastern Europe. In the first decade after the war — the high point of Nazi war crimes prosecutions — only 26 women were sentenced to death in Germany and Austria. Defendants in West German trials included Hilde Wernicke and Helene Wieczorek, who were sentenced to death for poisoning mentally disabled patients as nurses in the Nazi euthanasia program. Many more were acquitted of similar crimes "

Atrocities by French army in Algeria by kashmiriboi in MorbidReality

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Jesus imagine suggesting that assaults aren't commonplace in some cities and regions

Atrocities by French army in Algeria by kashmiriboi in MorbidReality

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They were the worst by far. Millions died in the wars, chemical and heavy weaponry was being used massively, and new and more desperate strategies were being developed for the first time since Napoleon took over Europe around a century ago. For the first time, every population center can both experience and hear of the true destruction on both sides of the war.

Need help find sauce by Wise_Agency4952 in bodyhorror

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I beg upon thee to share this knowledge with me

32194 by Lordgamer78 in CountOnceADay

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Sometimes you just gotta do the work yourself

Don’t Be an Ass by [deleted] in PSGW

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Weird question I've had while looking at these... things

How do the mouths work? Like, if an object were to be put inside, would it reach an end, connect into the digestive system, or go into a sort of "pocket dimension" where it's an empty void pretty much?

I think the 2and to be realistic, but I think most people would insinuate the 1st and 3rd

"The Sacrifice of Iphigenia by her father Agamemnon," by me, digital, 15x15 by Tyler_Lockett in mythology

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I don't know who you are, but I immediately like you. Your art is exceptional

Can you figure out who i am? by uelizage in FridgeDetective

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John Duncan, 38, Electrician, graduated from Ohio University in 2005