It upsets me that throughout my high school career, we haven’t once discussed the Women’s Rights Movement in America. Instead of having us read yet another book on World War II, why not have us learn about something that happened at home?
Didn’t make it but I do agree with it!
I think Hitler did some great things for the world. I do not agree with what he did, but I do give him recognition for what he did.
So many great things that nobody can think of even one!
I wish that the history wasn’t written by the victor, with so much history being either removed or washed over.
"I’ve started buying bottles of sarsaparilla from the local soda shop… and saving all the bottle caps."
fallout-confessions (via fallout-confessions)
-Which reminds me of the one thing I never really got (well, kinda got, but not really) in Fallout 3.
So I go into an abandoned building. It’s patently untouched since the war, right, since I found guns and ammo out in the open?
Now I’m a handy motherfucker, so I pop open the safe using a fucking bobby pin and a flathead screwdriver, go me!
So what’s inside the safe? Pre-War Money and Bottlecaps.
PRE-WAR MONEY AND BOTTLECAPS.
Pre-War Money? That makes sense; nobody’s been in this safe SINCE BEFORE THE WAR. So it makes sense that it, being a safe, has money from the period when the last owner was alive, in it.
But Bottle Caps? That makes no sense to me.
And the two together? So some Lone Wanderer has run up her, opened the safe, left the Pre-War Money (which has value - maybe not immediately after the war, but 200 years later? It has value! It has value because it’s scarce and part of the old world. The Brotherhood could take a $20 note and work out all the awesome things they were able to do with printing! It’s fucking magic!) and used the safe to store their own currency - bottlecaps. Now here’s what doesn’t make sense to me; this Lone Wanderer, comes in, opens safe, leaves everything in the house undisturbed - INCLUDING THE SKELETON IN THE BED - leaves the apparently unimportant Pre-War Money in the safe, puts their Bottlecaps in the safe, backs out the door, and never returns?
Or what, the guy who owned the house thought it would be awesome to hide a bunch of coke caps in their safe before they went to bed and got burned to a crisp?
‘Frollo was by far, the best/worse Disney villain. His character was the scariest because he was the most real and there really are people like that in the world.’