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    sweetstrokesstudios

    Id like to show you all something.

    Yes indeed no nudity but you can find all the discriminatory and hate speech you want!

    But wait, the icing on the cake…

    …really? Do i need even say anything.

    taboolicious

    since this place is going down the shitter, why not reblog this?

    morganagod

    Here’s an extra layer of gross 

     I may be wearing a tin foil hat, but I think they purposely want to do stuff like pit BLM against White Supremacists. They see it as an opportunity to make money. 

    oldmanyellsatcloud

    Here’s a link to the Vox article quoted above in question.

    ‘Hate and Strife Are Key Target Demographics’, basically.

    thehumancopier

    this whole thing, read it

    The City of the Dead (U.S. title: Horror Hotel) is a 1960 horror film directed by John Llewellyn Moxey and starring Christopher Lee. Set in the fictional Massachusetts town of Whitewood, the plot of the film owes a large debt of inspiration to H.P. Lovecraft’s “Dreams in the Witch House” with a smattering of “The Festival.”