Author: See With Your Eyes


Lawful Good: Nick Wilde

Neutral Good: Mozilla Firefox

Chaotic Good: Disney’s Robin Hood

Lawful Neutral: Fox Mulder

True Neutral: A fox

Chaotic Neutral: Starfox

Lawful Evil: “What does the fox say" 

Neutral Evil: Swiper

Chaotic Evil: Fox News

James Ward, aged 22, was given a 10 month sentence for causing actual bodily harm to his Dad in a fight over a dog. 12 years later James is still in prison after being given a highly controversial Indefinite Imprisonment for Public Protection sentence (IPP) having set fire to the bed in his cell.



In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Western world was desperate to see the “savage,” “primitive” peoples described by explorers and adventurers scouting out new lands for colonial exploitation. To feed the frenzy, thousands of indigenous individuals from Africa, Asia, and the Americas were brought to the United States and Europe, often under dubious circumstances, to be put on display in a quasi-captive life in “human zoos.”

These indigenous men, women, and children were brought to the fair to perform their “backwards,” “primitive” culture for eager American masses who could leave feeling a renewed sense of racial superiority. At the fair, the indigenous people on display faced a number of challenges over the eight long months of their stay. African tribal members were required to wear traditional clothing intended for the equatorial heat, even in freezing December temperatures, and Filipino villagers were made to perform a seasonal dog-eating ritual over and over to shock the audience.

 A lack of drinking water and appalling sanitary conditions led to rampant dysentery and other illnesses. Two “performers” died on the fairgrounds that season, Filipinos whose bodies still reside at the Smithsonian Institution, in Washington, D.C. Others, including kindergartners from Arizona’s Pima Indian tribe, were shipped home at the first sign of sickness — what happened after their return was not the fair’s concern.

In most cases, there were no bars to keep those in human zoos from escaping, but the vast majority, especially those brought from foreign continents, had nowhere else to go. Set up in mock “ethnic villages,” indigenous people were asked to perform typical daily tasks, show off “primitive” skills like making stone tools, and pantomime rituals. In some shows, indigenous performers engaged in fake battles or tests of strength. (Source)

This makes me so angry


Lois Gibson is used to coming face-to-face with treacherous criminals.

As a Forensic artist for the Houston Police Department in Texas, her visionary talent has helped to positively identify 751 criminals and secure over 1,000 convictions.

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The Beauty Who Created the Beast

Millicent Patrick was an actress, makeup artist, special effects designer and animator. Patrick was credited as the first female animator at Walt Disney Studios, and creator of the iconic Gill-man costume for the movie Creature from the Black Lagoon, and also spent time as an actress and makeup designer. (Source)

what a bad ass bitch