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thecheshirecass: I saw this thread on Twitter and it’s haunting. I just want to tell this story to every single person talking about “both sides are just as bad.”: Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 Okay, one last thread. And then I'm watching Gilmore Girls. Idk what they're teaching about Nazis in school these days but here goes.. 275 7.9K 9.6K Katie @YourRacingBelle Follow When Hitler marched into Poland in 1939, my grandma was two years old. It was not immediately obvious that anything was changing in her town 5:46 PM-15 Aug 2017 from Alafaya, FL 1,351 Retweets 2,970 Likes OOOOOO 67th 143.0K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 Replying to @YourRacingBelle When she was 4 years old, she was playing outside when she suddenly heard yelling and screaming. She looked across the yard to see Nazis. 4 t 306 1.7K Katie @YourRacingBele Aug 15 And to see the dead body of her three year old neighbor boy who had been playing loudly in his yard. The Nazis were annoyed by the noise. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 They shot him dead on the spot. 3 years old. Dead from a Nazi bullet. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 A couple of months later, my grandmother and her family were woken up very early in the morning. They were told to get up and go outside 2t 250 1.5K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 They were marched to the train station. Her father got on one train. Her mother her baby sisters, and her were put on another 91 ti 252 1.5K Katie @YourRacingBele Aug 15 On the first day my grandma, who was five now, was in Majdanek, she and the other children were told to line up outside before breakfast. 91 tl 253 1.5K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The Nazi soldier counted each child. One...two...three...our... ive...six...seven...eight...nine...the tenth child was shot. 2 311 1.5K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The soldier told the children that any bad child would be shot. So they must work and not complain or be loud. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 My grandma was a Polish Catholic, which was only a couple steps above a Polish Jew. One of the officer's wives decided she wanted a child 2 t 279 1.6K Katie @YourRacingBele Aug 15 So she "adopted" my grandma. Changed her name. Told her her mother was dead. And that she was a German now Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The day the news broke that the Allies were coming to Poland, the German officer and his wife left in a hurry. In so much of a hurry... Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 That they forgot my grandma, their special new daughter. She was found in one of the officer's homes after 3 days alone t 267 1.6K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The Red Cross took her in, and they asked her her name, which she barely remembered. They spent six months looking for her family 253 1.6K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 They were eventually found, somehow all alive. Aunts and uncles weren't, but mother, father, and baby sister were 4 th 246 1.9 Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 My grandma did not remember the Nazi officer and his wife with fondness. She did not view them as humans or benefactors. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 And she did not tell me this story until the day she took me to the gates of Majdanek. Where she broke down screaming at the memories. 4 t1 309 2.2K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 That was in 2001. 56 years after she was rescued by the Red Cross. Those horrors did not fade with time. They were ingrained in her brain 4 2.5K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 Studies show the Holocaust changed the DNA of its victims. Changed their mental make up. I live with that DNA, with that change. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 And if you believe that Neo-Nazis are "good people" or they "deserve a voice", I remind you of a three year old boy shot dead Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 That is what giving the Nazis a voice in 1933 led to. It led to my grandma sobbing outside a place where she was imprisoned 10 500 2.6K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The Nazis did not start with these things. They started with a voice. And a message. And it ended in unspeakable horrors. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 And that? That is why Neo-Nazis don't deserve a voice. Because those they worship didn't just talk. 91 775 4.4K thecheshirecass: I saw this thread on Twitter and it’s haunting. I just want to tell this story to every single person talking about “both sides are just as bad.”
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Old Neighbor: Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 Okay, one last thread. And then I'm watching Gilmore Girls. Idk what they're teaching about Nazis in school these days but here goes.. 275 7.9K 9.6K Katie @YourRacingBelle Follow When Hitler marched into Poland in 1939, my grandma was two years old. It was not immediately obvious that anything was changing in her town 5:46 PM-15 Aug 2017 from Alafaya, FL 1,351 Retweets 2,970 Likes OOOOOO 67th 143.0K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 Replying to @YourRacingBelle When she was 4 years old, she was playing outside when she suddenly heard yelling and screaming. She looked across the yard to see Nazis. 4 t 306 1.7K Katie @YourRacingBele Aug 15 And to see the dead body of her three year old neighbor boy who had been playing loudly in his yard. The Nazis were annoyed by the noise. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 They shot him dead on the spot. 3 years old. Dead from a Nazi bullet. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 A couple of months later, my grandmother and her family were woken up very early in the morning. They were told to get up and go outside 2t 250 1.5K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 They were marched to the train station. Her father got on one train. Her mother her baby sisters, and her were put on another 91 ti 252 1.5K Katie @YourRacingBele Aug 15 On the first day my grandma, who was five now, was in Majdanek, she and the other children were told to line up outside before breakfast. 91 tl 253 1.5K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The Nazi soldier counted each child. One...two...three...our... ive...six...seven...eight...nine...the tenth child was shot. 2 311 1.5K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The soldier told the children that any bad child would be shot. So they must work and not complain or be loud. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 My grandma was a Polish Catholic, which was only a couple steps above a Polish Jew. One of the officer's wives decided she wanted a child 2 t 279 1.6K Katie @YourRacingBele Aug 15 So she "adopted" my grandma. Changed her name. Told her her mother was dead. And that she was a German now Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The day the news broke that the Allies were coming to Poland, the German officer and his wife left in a hurry. In so much of a hurry... Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 That they forgot my grandma, their special new daughter. She was found in one of the officer's homes after 3 days alone t 267 1.6K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The Red Cross took her in, and they asked her her name, which she barely remembered. They spent six months looking for her family 253 1.6K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 They were eventually found, somehow all alive. Aunts and uncles weren't, but mother, father, and baby sister were 4 th 246 1.9 Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 My grandma did not remember the Nazi officer and his wife with fondness. She did not view them as humans or benefactors. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 And she did not tell me this story until the day she took me to the gates of Majdanek. Where she broke down screaming at the memories. 4 t1 309 2.2K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 That was in 2001. 56 years after she was rescued by the Red Cross. Those horrors did not fade with time. They were ingrained in her brain 4 2.5K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 Studies show the Holocaust changed the DNA of its victims. Changed their mental make up. I live with that DNA, with that change. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 And if you believe that Neo-Nazis are "good people" or they "deserve a voice", I remind you of a three year old boy shot dead Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 That is what giving the Nazis a voice in 1933 led to. It led to my grandma sobbing outside a place where she was imprisoned 10 500 2.6K Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 The Nazis did not start with these things. They started with a voice. And a message. And it ended in unspeakable horrors. Katie @YourRacingBelle Aug 15 And that? That is why Neo-Nazis don't deserve a voice. Because those they worship didn't just talk. 91 775 4.4K
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swagintherain: Father is freed from Philadelphia jail after 25 years. 44-year-old Anthony Wright spent 25 years behind bars for the crime he didn’t commit. This was made possible only after the DNA evidence showed he was NOT GUILTY of rape and murder. In October 1991 he was convicted of raping and stabbing his 77-year-old neighbor Louise Talley.  Ofc the police imprisoned the first Black man they suspected. However with the help of DNA test Wright was cleared of all charges on Tuesday. Finally, he got a chance to reunite with his family and see his two granddaughters for the first time. 25 years of his live was stolen because of racial prejudice, but Anthony Wright was tough and survived. How many more innocent Black people were falsely imprisoned and have been waiting for justice? #StayWoke This makes me so happy 😩: I was taken from the 4-year-old boy, who is 28-year-old man today. He needed me, I needed him. Every day l survived on the back of everybody you see right here. swagintherain: Father is freed from Philadelphia jail after 25 years. 44-year-old Anthony Wright spent 25 years behind bars for the crime he didn’t commit. This was made possible only after the DNA evidence showed he was NOT GUILTY of rape and murder. In October 1991 he was convicted of raping and stabbing his 77-year-old neighbor Louise Talley.  Ofc the police imprisoned the first Black man they suspected. However with the help of DNA test Wright was cleared of all charges on Tuesday. Finally, he got a chance to reunite with his family and see his two granddaughters for the first time. 25 years of his live was stolen because of racial prejudice, but Anthony Wright was tough and survived. How many more innocent Black people were falsely imprisoned and have been waiting for justice? #StayWoke This makes me so happy 😩
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12 people talk about how they first discovered they had a sexual fetish.: Girlfriend at the time left for an early meeting one morning. I didn't get back to sleep, so I bummed around, eventually I tried on her panties... and there was only one way to get my boner down from that point. Now girlfriend-less, I still love wearing panties and have some other lingerie too. 2. Just the other day, actually. Girlfriend was over and we were messing around, trying to creep each other out by being generally weird and gross, the usual She decided to whisper "fuck me daddy" in a slightly higher pitch than her normal voice in my ear to really creep me out Nope, instant hard-on. One intense pounding later and we've both accepted that daddy/daughter is going to be a regular thing with us and that we are probably human trash and we're both more than okay with that Was in swimming pool when I lived at home about 16 years old and saw 40 year old neighbor bending over tending to her garden. That started my MILF Important am lesbian So there are these creatures called pillow princesses. Its basically (straight)girls who love getting head from lesbians but will never give anything in return. Most lesbians hate them. However, something about pleasuring a girl just because I want to make her feel good and not because I want something in return just...idk, I love it. Its not a control thing though, I've tried submission, don't like it one bit. Its more like a doing something nice" fetish? ldk. Anywho, happy to serve, ladies Edit just for clarification, I am not a butch, I'm about as femme as it gets, so this isn't a lack-of-sex-anyways thing Cumshots. I used to think that guys should only cum into a condom or into my mouth after oral. Quick clean up, right? But a few months ago my friend and I were fooling around and he asked if he could finish on me and I thought hell, why not. I now know what I've been missing. I don't know what it is either something about having that mess on my body makes me feel dirty and I like it 6. Being rough with my partner. General control things Denying orgasms and/or making them work to earn it. And it makes me feel shitty most of the time, but it's the only thing that gets me interested these days. Had a few partners who allowed me to indulge early on, and I've never been the same since I love "subtle sexytime. When my first boyfriend and I were together, we were chilling at his house watching a movie on the sofa under a blanket. His dad comes in and watches with us, and they start just chatting normally, and I feel his hand start to wander up my thigh. For about 20 minutes he's getting me off with his finger while his dad's sitting about 6 feet away. Having to keep biting my lip to try and keep quiet was so tough but so hot 8. The thought of my SO sucking milk out of my breasts. I know how fucked it sounds since it's a mother/child thing but for some reason it really turns me on. (I am not lactating btw, never have) When he sucks my nipples during sexy time my eyes get all criss cross feeling and my whole body just gets super horny. The thought of milk coming out and him drinking it makes it even hotter 9. Getting a footjob. I assume it's because the very first time a girl touched my penis was actually with her feet 10. Englishmen. I found out when I visited London and lived in a constant state of arousal My then gf was riding me while her hands are up holding her hair up.. That's when I found out that I love armpits. Those damn sexy sweaty hairless rmpits 12. Nice try. Google and I are taking that shit to the grave 12 people talk about how they first discovered they had a sexual fetish.
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