Inbound for Insanity
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2023-05-26 01:48:23

    it's amazing how ordinary objects can become so significant to only the owner


    when my aunt's best friend passed away, my younger brother was four years old. at his funeral, my brother went up to her and gave her a nickel. he told her very solemnly that it would make her feel better. she smiled for the first time in days, and tucked it in her wallet.

    when my brother was 22, his best friend passed away unexpectedly. my aunt drove three hours to be there for him at the funeral. she went up to my brother, gave him a big hug, and then gave him a nickel. it was the same nickel; she had kept it in her wallet for 18 years, and now it's on a necklace that he never takes off.

    what i'm trying to say is that the love you put into the world will always find its way back to you.


    Imagine being buried alive and then seeing this little guy with a backpack suddenly arrive


    It gets better. The little backpack has a two-way radio.

    So you’re trapped under rubble, and then a rat shows up. Flicks a switch on its little tumtum. And starts talking to you.


    The Rescuers live action adaptation looks good as hell actually