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spookyjoel:

HEY WRITER FRIENDS
there’s this amazing site called realtimeboardwhich is like a whiteboard where you can plan and draw webs and family trees and timelines and all that sort of stuff. you can also insert videos, documents, photos, and lots of other things. you can put notes and post-its and, best of all, you can invite other people to be on the board with you and edit together!! 
this is really really awesome and a great tool for novel planning, so if you’re doing nanowrimo…. this could be good for you!!

spookyjoel:

HEY WRITER FRIENDS

there’s this amazing site called realtimeboardwhich is like a whiteboard where you can plan and draw webs and family trees and timelines and all that sort of stuff. you can also insert videos, documents, photos, and lots of other things. you can put notes and post-its and, best of all, you can invite other people to be on the board with you and edit together!! 

this is really really awesome and a great tool for novel planning, so if you’re doing nanowrimo…. this could be good for you!!

startledslitheen
social-darwin-awards:

From imgur:

IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!
The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8Yt-P614w
Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.

Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.

social-darwin-awards:

From imgur:

IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!

The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8Yt-P614w

Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.

Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.

the-unpopular-opinions
the-unpopular-opinions:

Spoilers don’t really spoil things.  If some piece of media (book, tv show, movie) is good enough, knowing what happens later won’t actually spoil it.  People are way too touchy about spoilers.
I don’t go out of my way to spoil things because I’m not the kind of person who likes to piss people off just for fun, but honestly, my Dad once fucking ranted at me because he thought I was about to spoil something in Breaking Bad.
I had all of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood spoiled for me because I browsed the fma wiki, but it still ripped my heart to shreds.

the-unpopular-opinions:

Spoilers don’t really spoil things.  If some piece of media (book, tv show, movie) is good enough, knowing what happens later won’t actually spoil it.  People are way too touchy about spoilers.

I don’t go out of my way to spoil things because I’m not the kind of person who likes to piss people off just for fun, but honestly, my Dad once fucking ranted at me because he thought I was about to spoil something in Breaking Bad.

I had all of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood spoiled for me because I browsed the fma wiki, but it still ripped my heart to shreds.