“When I got out of college, there wasn’t a lot of work, so I had to improvise a little bit and do things that were below my expectations. I felt like I had been sold the idea that going to college and getting a degree would lead to great things. Instead, I spent four years waiting on tables and painting houses and doing all kinds of things. It sounds like I’m complaining, but I’m not. I worked my way through college doing the same stuff. I figured that you graduate and then move on. I guess you struggle, and then you continue to struggle. Eventually, you get used to it and you’re just living.”
Ivan the Terrible killing his son by IIya Repin
Some Basic Serial Killer Statistics
- The USA has 76% of the world’s serial killers.
- Europe in second, has 17%. England has produced 28% of the European total; Germany produces 27%, and France produces 13%.
- California leads in the US with the most Serial Homicide cases that have occured. Texas, New York, Illinois, and Florida follow shortly behind.
- Maine has the lowest occurence of serial murders - none. Hawaii, Montana, North Dakota, Delaware, and Vermont each have had only one case of a serial murder.
- 84% of American killers are caucasian.
- 16% are black.
- Men make up at least 90% of the world wide total of serial killers.
- 65% of victims are female.
- 89% of victims are white.
- 44% of all killers start in their twenties.
- 26% start in their teens.
- 24% start in their thirties.
- Out of all the killers, 86% are heterosexual.
I notice those magic words “serial killers” really piss off the MRAs. I see why now.
Honeycombs in the wild are amazing.
A partisan couple who fought in the National Liberation War. Slovenia, 1944.
The Iron Throne as described in the novels, officially endorsed by GRRM on his blog as the most accurate artistic representation thus far. By artist Marc Simonetti.
Yeah just go for it who wouldn’t want to fuck the Swamp Thing?
all that goop makes me wanna shoop
"People look at you today, twenty years later, and they still have no idea what you are about.
Tell me in one sentence who you are …”