Owen Hart making his Monday Night RAW singles debut (June 14, 1993)
In Seattle, Washington, an aged and allegedly “haunted” coke machine has been in the same spot for over fifteen years, but despite its outward appearance the machine is fully functional. In fact, the machine has always worked. Some of the drinks it dispenses are normal Coke products, but some are products that are no longer on the market and don’t exist any more. Some of the buttons are labeled as a “mystery” and give a random product when pushed. The business closest to it, a locksmith, state that they have never witnessed anyone restocking the machine at any time, No one ever has, and the mystery of it has attracted tons of people to test out the machine for themselves. It’s also pretty interesting to note that the prices for the sodas have risen over time, recently being from 55 cents to 75. I guess ghost machines have to pay the bills somehow.
Ghosts experience inflation too
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who wants to give up on society and go live in a treehouse with me
Cross out everything you’ve ever done:
Had a beer Smoked an entire cigarette Written on a bathroom wall.
Read a George Orwell book.
Had a physical fight. Used Twitter. Listened to Lady Gaga. Been in a car accident. Gotten suspended.
Been allergic to something. Got a computer virus. Touched (fired) a real gun.
Had (have) a dog.
Had a cat.
Swam in the ocean. Wore a bikini. Driven a car. Been sent to the principal. Ever liked someone. Failed a class. Failed a test. Went to summer school. Got worse than a D Got A’s and B’s. Read an entire book.
Recorded my own music.
Had an xbox.
Worn heels more than 3 days in a row.
Wore skinny jeans. Hated someone.
Been cheated on.
Cheated on someone. Practised Christianity. Worn makeup. Lied to my parents about where I was going.
Had my license.
Worn coloured contacts.
Painted my nails black. Broken someone’s heart. Had my heart broken. Cried for an hour straight. Lost something very valuable. Got separated from one of my parents as a kid. Broken a bone. Gotten stung by a bee.
Eaten something bad/expired
Threw up from being so drunk.
Saw someone throw up from being so drunk.
Danced with someone of the same sex. Owned an ipod.
Owned an iphone.
Fell for a best friend. Stole a friend’s significant other. Went far away from home for more than a week.
Had a job. Been fired. Lied to a friend. Lied to a family member. Had a Facebook. Posted a video on Youtube. Started a rumor about someone. Talked bad about someone.
Deliberately failed a test.
Been skinny dipping.
Counted to a million.
Counted to a thousand.
Ate rabbit meat.
Ate duck meat. Had fast food. Been to Church
Been to Canada
Had a divorce.
Broke a glass.
Hugged someone today.
Texted someone today. Received a phone call today. Threw something out of the window. Ignored a text from someone on purpose. Wished you were somebody else. Had your feelings hurt by a friend and never told them. Been to a concert. Seen your favourite band live. Met a celebrity.
Met your favourite band.
Own more than 10 CD’s.
A study into fandom hate of James Potter.
I’m sorry, but what is the point of this comic? That relentlessly bullying someone as a child is “okay” as long as you turn into a caring person as an adult? Or that victims of bullying are overreacting because their tormentors “weren’t really bad people” in the end?
The “levicorpus Snivelly” thing looks cute on paper, but have you actually stopped to think about how it would psychologically effect a child to be turned upside down and de-pantsed in front of their peers while everyone laughed? Or are we supposed to believe that this was some kind of isolated incident? That it was “just that one time”, and that James and his friends didn’t torment Severus Snape on a regular basis (or that Lily was always around to defend him)?
I really take issue with people who want to downplay the fact that James Potter was a bully (and let’s be real here: if he was picking on Severus, he was probably picking on other students, too). It is perfectly fine to like a character that has done shitty things to people, but please, don’t try to explain away the shitty things to make yourself feel better about appreciating their other positive qualities.
I’m not explaining away the shitty things he did at all. The bottom part does not say ‘things people shouldn’t remember about James Potter’. The point is that the incident in SWM and his treatment of Snape does not define him, people are more than how they acted when they were 15 years old. I’m not saying to forget how he acted, it was horrible and it’s an important part of his character. And so is everything else he did. Character growth and complexity is important. That’s the point of this comic, sorry that you missed it.