so to celebrate Easter here are some images of Toki with his favorite animal, bunnies!!!!
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold are once more in the family room of the Harris home. Eric is filming. Dylan is wearing a black baseball cap on backward, exposing a “B” embroidered in white on the back of the hat - the Boston Red Sox logo. He’s wearing a plaid shirt, either dark blue or black with…
Psychopaths wouldn’t have repeatedly apologized to their parents beforehand.
As seen in the above picture, the woman was holding in her arms a mysterious box (60cm in length), and allowed nobody to touch it. The villagers thought that the woman may be a foreign princess, who was banished by her family because she was caught cheating on her noble husband. And because she was so protective about her box, they thought that it may contain the severed head of the man she loved.
Fearing repressions from the Japanese government, the villagers decided to put her back into the ship, and push the vessel back into the sea.
Inside the craft, the villagers saw a series of strange symbols/writing, which they had replicated (left):
The “Utsuro-bune” UFO and alien woman — Japan, 1803
In the Iwase Bunko Depository Library lies a document called Hyouryuukishuu, which is translated as the ‘Tales of Castaways’.
On February 22, 1803, near the Japanese village of Harashagahama, a strange craft, having 5 - 6m (16 - 20ft) in diameter and 3m (9ft 10in) in height, was washed ashore. The bottom of the craft was metallic and strong, while the top was made of a crystal-like material, making it possible to look straight inside it.
This created a stir in the village and people rushed down to see the unusual object. This object became known as “Utsuro-bune” (Japanes for the “Hollow ship”).
Looking inside the craft, the villagers were astounded to see a beautiful, young woman. They have estimated her age to be around 18 - 20 y/o, her height around 5 shaku (1,51m or 4ft 11in) and she was unlike any woman they have ever seen before: she had pink-pale skin and red eyebrows and hair. Her clothing were unfamiliar in style and were made from fabrics they had never seen before. She spoke a foreign language, that the villagers were not able to understand or identify.
Kuru is a very rare disease, caused by an infectious protein found in contaminated human brain tissue. It is found among people from New Guinea who practiced a form of cannibalism in which they ate the brains of dead people as part of a funeral ritual. This practice stopped in 1960, but cases of Kuru were reported for many years afterward because the disease has a long incubation period.
Kuru causes brain and nervous system changes; symptoms of kuru include arm and leg pain, coordination problems that become severe, difficulty walking, headache, tremors and muscle jerks, difficulty swallowing and being unable to feed oneself (this can lead to malnutrition or starvation).
The average time from exposure to symptoms (incubation period) is 10 to 13 years, but incubation periods of 30 years or even longer have been reported.
On April 19, 1995 the worst terrorist attack in American history up until September 11, 2001 toke place. This attack is more commonly known as the Oklahoma City Bombing. Carried out by Timothy McVeigh, this bombing killed 168, injured hundreds and left the entire world in vile shock.
Outside of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, McViegh parked a Ryder truck and left. Inside the truck was a homemade bomb consisting of agricultural fertilizer, diesel fuel, and other chemicals. At 9:02 a.m., the bomb went off.
According to investigator McVeigh’s attack was planned in retaliation to what happened two year earlier in Waco, Texas. McVeigh was already anti-government but when the standoff in Waco took place McVeigh seemed to have been set over the edge. He planned his attack on the second anniversary with the assumption that it would result in a popular uprising against the government.
Very soon after the bombing McVeigh was tracked down along with Terry Nichols, a close friend of McVeigh’s who helped to obtain materials for the bomb. Nichols was given a life sentence in prison without parole. Unlike McViegh who was given the death penalty and was executed on June 11, 2001.
Timothy McVeigh may have had ties to al Qaeda in the Philippines through Terry Nichols’ wife.
April 19, 2014 is the 21st anniversary of the end of the standoff in Waco, Texas that resulted in the death of 76 people taking place in the year 1993.
Branch Davidians was a cult led by David Koresh. They had obtained illegal firearm and the FBI intended to give warrants but the 51 day standoff ended with the compound being invaded and burnt to the ground. There is much controversy over how and who exactly set the fire. The most commonly believed and police official story is that the Branch Davidians set fire to themselves, whether it be intentional or not. It is also believed that the ATF set the fire, the tear gas they were pumping could have been flammable, and that could have very well started the fire.
What seemed to spark the most controversy, though, was the belief that the ATF only raided the compound to show a big-bust on TV, not thinking that there was any criminal activity going on in the compound.
Yes, actually, well as sincere as he possibly could be.
Dahmer was not a psychopath. In my personal opinion Dahmer suffered from something along the lines of severe Schizoid Personality Disorder - a disorder that is characterised by blunted affect (lessened emotional response, not to be confused with lack of empathy), an intense fantasy life and a fixation on autoeroticism - his crimes were committed due to a desire to keep people with him, but as sex objects, and was lacking an interest in interpersonal relationships.
Dahmer was formally diagnosed with all sorts of issues, from borderline personality disorder (which I really doubt he had because that doesn’t present with the degree of blunted affect that Dahmer exhibited), paraphilic disorders, substance abuse disorders etc. He was also diagnosed with Personality Disorder - Not Otherwise Specified, but personally I think he exhibited far more schizoid traits than any other.
Dahmer did not show the same level of manipulation as someone like Bundy did, Dahmer confessed when he was caught, and his reasoning for this was that he "created this horror and it only makes sense I do everything to put an end to it." He pleaded guilty - albeit by reason of insanity, but considering his crimes and the intense compulsions and fantasy life you can’t be surprised or really blame him for that plea. After he was sentenced he carried out lengthy interviews where it is apparent that - unlike Bundy - he is sincerely taking responsibility. If anything the concern with Dahmer was that the blame would be shifted onto someone other than himself, specifically his parents and his upbringing. And he never once did the classic move of ‘I’m taking responsibility but I totally wouldn’t have done it if x did/didn’t happen’.
He also actively acknowledged the limitations of his own emotions and remorse. It looks good to the prison system, to parole boards, to the media, to admit that you feel remorse, that you’re acknowledging the impact of what you have done and you genuinely regret it - which is why shallow claims like the ones Bundy made were so manipulative, because he knew that it ‘looked good’ - Dahmer, on the other hand, while claiming he experienced remorse, actually said that it probably wasn’t as profound as it should be. That is not something you say to manipulate people. That accomplishes nothing - it is just honesty.
So yeah, Dahmer’s psychopathology was different, his behaviour following his arrest and incarceration was very different to the behaviour of the likes of Bundy, and how he talks about his crimes is so sincere and realistic that it’s very hard not to believe what he’s saying.
I don’t think Dahmer ever tried to manipulate people after he was caught, I think he accepted what happened, he accepted what was going to happen, and he was as honest as he could manage.