Since 2006, there have been more than 200 mass killings in the United States.
Well-known images from Newtown, Aurora and Virginia Tech capture the nation’s attention, but similar bloody scenes happen with alarming frequency and much less scrutiny.
We examined FBI data — which defines a mass killing as four or more victims — as well as local police records and media reports to understand mass killings in America. They happen far more often than the government reports, and the circumstances of those killings — the people who commit them, the weapons they use and the forces that motivate them — are far more predictable than many might think.
Yet no one is keeping track.
A USA TODAY special report — learn more: http://usat.ly/1kiRW4F
Event: Wonder-Con 2013
Location: Anaheim Convention Center
Cosplayer: unknown as Makoto Nanaya
Photographer: gamefan23/westcowing10 (Jason E.)
Vampire Savior, arcade.
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"This is why you can’t trust women! They’re so good at makeup and wear it to fool guys into thinking they’re hot!"
shit. girls he’s on to us *washes off makeup to reveal lizard face and climbs up a wall* we will return with a new disguise. soon the power of earthly men will fall
I finally own every Devil May Cry game
yep you do
you own all of the devil may cry games that there are at all 100% completely there are no more than those three
he forgot dmc: devil may cry
It’s in the bottom right are you blind?
Why did you abbreviate it and then define the abbreviation? I’m very confused right now.
I think they’re right, though, your collection is clearly missing something.
Where’s SMT: Nocturne.
silly me, how could I forget
of course I have a copy of that