Kreeeeeeep

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And my wedding comes with it ❤️😘

And my wedding comes with it ❤️😘

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unamusedsloth:

Pitbull and deer become running buddies

unamusedsloth:

Pitbull and deer become running buddies

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urbancatfitters:

i wonder how people describe me when they’re talking about me to someone who’s never met me

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therealmansons:

Win McCormack: Charles Manson was tender?Juanita: Very. I never saw that man do anything that was hurtful. I really didn’t. There is a very incongruous aspect to all of this for me.Win McCormack: How did he show his vulnerable side?Juanita: I remember one time— it was at Spahn’s, and it was even very possibly that same night I gave him all my money. There were kittens all over the place. The mother cat had stopped cleaning up after them. They had messed in the kitchen. And Charlie got down on his hands and knees and cleaned the kitchen floor. He cleaned up after the kittens. He picked them up and put them inside his shirt and went and sat by the fire and warmed the kittens and played mother cat. I remember him looking up and saying, “I now understand the pain of too much tenderness, because it hurts not to hug them. But if I were to hug them I would hurt them.” It was those kinds of things. He showed himself or acted like a very, very gentle man that would never hurt anything.Win McCormack: Would he cry?Juanita: I did see him cry one time. Things got really out of hand. I mean really royally.  People were hitting each other. The place was literally destroyed. I remember Little Paul Watkins hit me that night. There was pandemonium. And Charlie came in to get a pair of shoes and he said to me, “I can’t stay here, because there’s no love here anymore.” He said, “Tomorrow you have to tell them that they drove me away.” And the tears were just flowing down on his face. I asked him to stay, and he said no, he couldn’t stay. He said that the animal had come out in them and that love had fled.
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therealmansons:

Win McCormack: Charles Manson was tender?
Juanita: Very. I never saw that man do anything that was hurtful. I really didn’t. There is a very incongruous aspect to all of this for me.
Win McCormack: How did he show his vulnerable side?
Juanita: I remember one time— it was at Spahn’s, and it was even very possibly that same night I gave him all my money. There were kittens all over the place. The mother cat had stopped cleaning up after them. They had messed in the kitchen. And Charlie got down on his hands and knees and cleaned the kitchen floor. He cleaned up after the kittens. He picked them up and put them inside his shirt and went and sat by the fire and warmed the kittens and played mother cat. I remember him looking up and saying, “I now understand the pain of too much tenderness, because it hurts not to hug them. But if I were to hug them I would hurt them.” It was those kinds of things. He showed himself or acted like a very, very gentle man that would never hurt anything.
Win McCormack: Would he cry?
Juanita: I did see him cry one time. Things got really out of hand. I mean really royally.  People were hitting each other. The place was literally destroyed. I remember Little Paul Watkins hit me that night. There was pandemonium. And Charlie came in to get a pair of shoes and he said to me, “I can’t stay here, because there’s no love here anymore.” He said, “Tomorrow you have to tell them that they drove me away.” And the tears were just flowing down on his face. I asked him to stay, and he said no, he couldn’t stay. He said that the animal had come out in them and that love had fled.

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