mrs-ericharris:

The father of one of the boys was asked some years ago to jot down his life’s goals in the memory book for his 20th high school reunion. His answer was succinct, straightforward, and, it seemed, not unrealistically ambitious: Raise two good sons.
The other father prided himself on being his son’s soul mate. (My edit)

mrs-ericharris:

The father of one of the boys was asked some years ago to jot down his life’s goals in the memory book for his 20th high school reunion. His answer was succinct, straightforward, and, it seemed, not unrealistically ambitious: Raise two good sons.

The other father prided himself on being his son’s soul mate. (My edit)

ericharrisblog:

The changing T-shirts

mydarkcorner11:

Dylan Klebolds home 7-7-2014

mydarkcorner11:

Dylan Klebolds home
7-7-2014

thecolumbineblogwithrebandvodka:

Dylan’s “My existence is shit to me, how I feel that I am in eternal suffering” journal entry on March 31 1997. 

thecolumbineblogwithrebandvodka:

Dylan’s “My existence is shit to me, how I feel that I am in eternal suffering” journal entry on March 31 1997. 

Anonymous said:
Who did Eric kill with his carbine? Who did Eric kill with his shotgun? Who did Dylan kill with his Tec-9? Who did Dylan kill with his shotgun?

ericharrisblog:

Eric killed with his carbine:

  • Rachel Scott
  • Daniel Rohrbough
  • Dave Sanders (with the help of the police)
  • Daniel Mauser

Eric killed with his shotgun:

  • Steven Curnow
  • Cassie Bernall
  • Isaiah Shoels
  • Kelly Fleming

Dylan killed with his shogun:

  • Kyle Velasquez
  • Matt Kechter

Dylan killed with his TEC-9:

  • Lauren Townsend
  • John Tomlin
  • Corey DePooter

columbiner1610:

Susan Klebold, Dylan’s mom

columbiner1610:

Susan Klebold, Dylan’s mom

columbiner1610:

Kevin and Wayne Harris in 2004

columbiner1610:

Kevin and Wayne Harris in 2004

“Actuually, he wouldn’t have. Despite what everyone thinks Eric was picky about his girls. When Kristen Epling asked him out, he turned her down because he had deep feelings for someone else - Alyssa Sechler. He was always jealous of her boyfriend, Derek - never felt like he was good enough because he didn’t compare to him in his mind, although Alyssa did have feelings for Eric. But he didn’t know it, she never told him. Point is - he wasn’t shallow. He knew what he liked, and he wasn’t willing to “settle.” His type of girl was someone who always had open arms, someone he could laugh with and goof off with, talk about humanity with, someone who was career oriented and had personal goals, someone outspoken and who wasn’t shy or full of bull. That’s exactly the type of person Alyssa was (and is) and that’s why he liked her. Same with Sasha. He could have gone farther with her but he didn’t. He respected women, as hard as that is to believe. Eric had plenty of opportunity to get involved with girls, but he wasn’t willing to just screw anyone with open legs. Ive more than read his journal - in fact, I’ve read things he has written that the media never got ahold of… and the lines you quote from demonstrate no more than an adolescent teenage boy’s rantings and do not, in any way, reflect on his actions. They have nothing to do with a lack of respect. Eric never did anything to show a lack of respect for women, and in fact, did everything to demonstrate a respect for women. He was very polite to the girls he knew and the girls he was romantically interested in. He never forced himself on anyone, he never treated women like they were worthless objects. He gave them hugs when he saw them, opened car doors for them, let them order first, gave them gifts on their birthdays and when their boyfriends mistreated them he was their ear. He never took advantage of their vulnerability and tried to make a move. He didn’t touch them inappropriately or even say things to them that were inappropriate sexually or otherwise. Take it from someone who is friends with some of the people Eric was romantically interested in, along with his friends who have told me details of his relationships with girls and My source is straight from the mouths of people he hung out with, who witnessed his behavior. Your source is a journal entry of fleeting thought that has no relevance to his actions. I guess it all depends on how you define “respect.” If Eric’s actions toward women don’t denote respect, then I don’t know anyone on this Earth that can say they are respectful.”
— Calence Emerson, longtime researcher of Columbine (runs dylanklebold.com) and a friend of many of the people Eric Harris was friends with.
Source: Shockedbeyondbelief forum. (via mrs-ericharris)
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