The Blackened Knight

Dio - Don’t Tell The Kids (Demo)

Dio is the master of all types of metal. From power metal to speed metal to doom. \m/

Dio - Institutional Man       ((((Is Dio me? Are we related?  He puts my thoughts into words. Thanks Dio!))))))

Kyrics

Inside the walls I’ve made
To keep out all who reach for me
I might have lost my way
And I can’t come out again

Don’t come around here anymore
You may infect yourself
Don’t ever cross this line
You could see monsters in your mind
There just like me

Have I erased all sense of touch
I don’t feel anything
Sometimes they say I need
Sometimes I think I need
Sometimes I know I need
New parts for my brain

Most dreams, they’re black and white
But I must color mine
Each day’s another end
Less night of screaming
Shouting at the outside
Someone let me in

Set me free now no-one can
Faces at the window
Stop the water, bags of sand
Institutional man

Sometimes they say I need
Sometimes I think I need
Sometimes I know I need
New parts for my brain

Set me free now no-one can
Faces at the window
Lock the cages, tie my hands
Institutional, institutional man

Machine Head - Ten Ton Hammer (extended)

Oh my fucking God!

kellymagovern:

Machine Head - “Davidian” MV

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Now where my alcoholics let me see ya hands up

Machine Head - Only The Names

carcharoth-ov-angband:

"Only in the ancient legends it is stated, that one day an undead shall be chosen…"

carcharoth-ov-angband:

"Only in the ancient legends it is stated, that one day an undead shall be chosen…"

sload:

setbabiesonfire:

thinksquad:

Today marks the anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, which authorized the “indefinite detention” of nearly 150,000 people on American soil.

The order authorized the Secretary of War and the U.S. Army to create military zones “from which any or all persons may be excluded.” The order left who might be excluded to the military’s discretion. When President Franklin D. Roosevelt inked his name to EO9066 on Feb. 19, 1942, it opened the door for the roundup of some 120,000 Japanese-Americans and Japanese citizens living along the west coast of the U.S. and their imprisonment in concentration camps. In addition, between 1,200 and 1,800 people of Japanese descent watched the war from behind barbed wire fences in Hawaii. Of those interned, 62 percent were U.S. citizens. The U.S. government also caged around 11,000 Americans of German ancestry and some 3,000 Italian-Americans.

#ThingsTheyConvenientlySkipInSchool

Conditions in these internment camps were deplorable; it was not uncommon to starve from malnutrition (watery, too-salty potato soup made up most of their meals), and they lived behind barbed-wire fences, in communal barracks, under the constant guard of military personnel who were not punished if they assaulted a prisoner. While you talk about other countries sending gay/trans/poc to camps, never forget that America did this in the not-so-distant past. Don’t forget that the Black Civil Rights Movement was only fifty years ago. Don’t forget how America has treated Russian-Americans for the last seventy years, for the heinous crime of being associated with another country. And don’t forget that women here are still fighting for rights that women in many European countries have without question. Basically - don’t be ignorant to what this country gets up to, because America isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

(If you’re interested, you can watch George Takei talking about his experience in internment camps here.)

More things they conveniently skip in school.

Japanese “soldier” with a baby on a bayonetteJapanese "soldier" bayonetting a child.

Chinese mother holding her child while being beheaded

Chinese mother holding her child while being beheaded by a Japanese "soldier"

Chinese child used as sword practice

Chinese child used for sword practice by the Japanese "soldier"

Chinese civilian being beheaded

Chinese civilian being beheaded by Japanese "soldier"

Japanese “soldier” proud of his work

Japanese "soldier" proud of his work

Former citizens of Nanking

The citizens of Nanking, China after Japanese occupation

Former children of Nanking

Children of Nanking after Japanese occupation

Allied POW about to be executed

Allied POW about to be beheaded by Japanese "soldier"

Allied soldiers after a stay in a Japanese POW camp.Allied POWs after a stay in a Japanese prison camp

I’m so sorry the Japanese had it so hard in America during World War 2. They were treating everyone else so kind. They didn’t deserve any of that. Those poor poor people and the atrocities they suffered at the hands of those evil old Americans.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanking_Massacre

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit_731

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bataan_Death_March

luisborgia:

"Brave Soul, who fears not death"
A knight from Demon’s Souls, carrying a bastard sword. It is part of a larger illustration.

luisborgia:

"Brave Soul, who fears not death"

A knight from Demon’s Souls, carrying a bastard sword. It is part of a larger illustration.

kelseyoneire:

blua:

Candida Hofer - Libraries (published 2005)

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