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Has Someone Died In Your Home?
Ever wondered if anyone has ever died in your house? Heard rumors about that house down the street, or that creepy boarded up place somewhere in town? Maybe you or someone you know is going to move soon and you’re wondering if there’s a possibility of something paranormal could occur. Well, worry no more because this website called diedinhouse.com™ searches millions of records to determine whether if a death has occurred at a certain location. 
It was founded in 2013 by Roy Condrey who one day received a text from one of the tenants who rented out in the property that spoke about his house being haunted. He spent a night searching through the Internet to search for lists of people in the area, databases, and so on. Few states require sellers to tell you whether or not someone has died in your home. So Roy got the idea of making this website to give people this information.
It’s not free, if you’re wondering. But if you’re curios enough to spend fifteen dollars on finding out if someone has died in a particular location, I’m not gonna stop you. 


oh, i’m sorry, is my skirt too short for you?

well, that sucks cause your dick is too short for me.

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Anonymous: You are as great and wonderful as you think he is, and you are loved as much as you love him. I hope you remember that dear. You are deserving of all the attention you crave and it does not make you weak or whiny. There's no shame in wanting to be important even though you already are.

Thank you so much dear


on two hours of sleep im either way too happy or violently homicidal 

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what a litter!


it’s a metaphor, you see; you put the textbook in front of you, but you don’t give it the power to actually teach you anything

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this is one of my fav photos on tumblr tbh omg
White men make up approximately 36% of the population, but commit 75% of mass shootings. What would be called terrorism by any other skin tone is suddenly some mysterious unnamed disease. We as a society are perfectly happy to further stigmatize mentally ill people, who are far more likely to be victims of violence than commit violence, in the service of protecting white supremacy and male entitlement.