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sixpenceee:

El Paso’s High School happens to be one of the oldest buildings in that city. 

Eerie reports from students and faculty include urban legends surrounding the building’s fourth floor, which is said to be inhabited by a thick mist.

Some have linked the phenomena to a tragedy dating back 35 years, when a student slashed her wrists and dove from the fourth floor balcony to her death.

Her spectral shape has been sighted on the balcony, waving to visitors or recreating her fatal jump, and is also seen roaming the hallways, crying . 

The picture below dated 1985, showing the unidentified woman in the center whose features are blurred and distorted. According to students who posed for the photo, no one recognized her from the day the picture was taken… and some say she was never there.

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Also a group of teachers found a small sealed-up classroom behind a brick wall. The room had been left exactly as it was when the last class left, with students’ personal items still on the desks. One such item was a love letter from a teenage girl… and a haunting suicide note. 

thejourneytonirvana:

gorilla-manor:

still in my top 5 favourite videos on the internet. 

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willblogforchange:

Somebody told me that I cant wear belly shirts because I have an insulin pump. Uh.

This insulin pump right here? Its small. Pink. It has a tube running out of it that connects to my stomach. Weird, right?
Wanna know something about this insulin pump? Its saving my life everyday. It gives me the insulin my body no longer produces. Your body produces it, so you dont have to wear one. 
Without this insulin pump, I have to take 6 shots a day in my stomach You think getting a flu shot once a year is bad? try injecting your own needles six times a day, everyday.
When I was doing shots, i gave up. I hated them. They hurt. So I stopped doing them completely. My body had none of the insulin that everyone elses body had. Within two days I woke up puking. I puked all day until I couldnt walk anymore and could hardly breathe. My mom rushed me to the hospital, where I was transferred to the ICU. If I wouldnt have gone to the hospital by the time the night was over, the ketones produced by my lack of insulin would have swollen my brain and killed me. 
That was two days without insulin.
Now, I have a machine that delivers it constantly. I have a life support system on my hip. If I want to wear a cropped shirt that shows off the machine that gave me a second chance- Then you can bet your bottom dollar i will show it to the world.
Yes, I have diabetes. And it doesnt define me.

willblogforchange:

Somebody told me that I cant wear belly shirts because I have an insulin pump. Uh.

This insulin pump right here? Its small. Pink. It has a tube running out of it that connects to my stomach. Weird, right?

Wanna know something about this insulin pump? Its saving my life everyday. It gives me the insulin my body no longer produces. Your body produces it, so you dont have to wear one. 

Without this insulin pump, I have to take 6 shots a day in my stomach You think getting a flu shot once a year is bad? try injecting your own needles six times a day, everyday.

When I was doing shots, i gave up. I hated them. They hurt. So I stopped doing them completely. My body had none of the insulin that everyone elses body had. Within two days I woke up puking. I puked all day until I couldnt walk anymore and could hardly breathe. My mom rushed me to the hospital, where I was transferred to the ICU. If I wouldnt have gone to the hospital by the time the night was over, the ketones produced by my lack of insulin would have swollen my brain and killed me. 

That was two days without insulin.

Now, I have a machine that delivers it constantly. I have a life support system on my hip. If I want to wear a cropped shirt that shows off the machine that gave me a second chance- Then you can bet your bottom dollar i will show it to the world.

Yes, I have diabetes. And it doesnt define me.