The fact that wizard law enforcement found a dude’s finger and immediately closed the investigation, declared him dead, and concluded that the only possible explanation for why they only found a finger was that he was killed so hard that the rest of him was obliterated kind of speaks volumes about why nobody followed up when the genocidal serial killer just vanished.
I just stumbled across this article about a very brave young girl with cystic fibrosis. With the help of Make-A-Wish Foundation and Sourcebooks, a traditional publisher in Chicago, she’s published her first Middle Grade novel, “The Adventure of a Lifetime”. And she’s only fourteen! Pretty…
I’m going to keep reblogging this post until it gets more notes. This young girl is so incredible, and she deserves some support. :)
So there were some armed thieves in Mexico who stole a truck, likely not knowing there was radioactive material inside.
CNN said, “The suspected thieves are still on the loose, though authorities expect they could turn up at a clinic suffering symptoms of radiation exposure.”
BBC called it an, “opportunistic theft which went badly wrong.”
I’m 827% positive that the reason Anderson doesn’t think Sherlock is dead is because Sherlock purposefully let Anderson see tiny glimpses of him the past several years, just to screw with his head. Appearing through Anderson’s window in the woods, standing across the street of his favorite coffee shop, leaving small traces of his presence in his office.
During the 2008 election season, Time came out with an article about 8 lessons on leadership using Nelson Mandela’s life as an example. The lesson that will always stay with me was this one about the time he was in a plane that almost crash landed. Throughout the whole ordeal, Nelson Mandela simply read his newspaper. After they safely landed, he said, “Man, I was scared up there.”
"Courage is not, not being scared. Courage is being terrified and not showing it."