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I scored a 67%. Wonderful.
I scored a 70%. Woohoo!
27% psychopath. This doesn’t bother me at all. Not sure I’d call myself ‘warm and empathic’ like they do, but …24% Interesting…
33%. I dont understand the people cheering about having a higher score like did you try and do that on purpose cause stop
58%. That’s not bad. XD
Oh you know just got 73% no big deal. WTF
21%. Hang with me! I won’t chop your head off or any of that.
48%…. why did I get a higher score than you chrissy?
you’re supposed to be pure evil
76℅ should i be worried? Maybe that explains why i like making people emotionally scarred..
July 14, 1918: Theodore Roosevelt’s Youngest Son, Quentin, Killed in WWI
On this day in 1918, 20-year-old Quentin Roosevelt, Teddy’s youngest son, was shot down by German planes while flying a mission in France during WWI. Quentin was originally buried at the site of the plane crash, but after WWII, his remains were moved to the Normandy American Cemetery above Omaha Beach, next to those of his brother, General Ted Roosevelt, Jr.
Later, President Theodore Roosevelt wrote of his son in a tribute book that opened with the line, “Only those are fit to live who do not fear to die.”
Photo: Allies visiting Quentin Roosevelt’s Grave in France during WWI.
July 8, 1918: Ernest Hemingway is Wounded in WWI
On this day in 1918, 18-year-old Ernest Hemingway was severely wounded while serving as a Red Cross ambulance driver on the Italian front during WWI. Despite his own injury, he was able to save a nearby companion, an act for which he received the Italian Medal of Honor.
Hemingway recovered in Milan over the next several months before returning to the United States. He later incorporated his war experiences into his critically acclaimed 1929 novel, A Farewell to Arms.
Photo: Ernest Hemingway recuperates from wounds at ARC Hospital, Milan, Italy, September 1918. (Ernest Hemingway Photograph Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston).
July 9, 1868: The 14th Amendment is Adopted
On this day in 1868, the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified. It extended citizenship and its benefits to “all persons born or naturalized in the United States,” regardless of their race or gender, although it took nearly 100 years for this principle to be enforced.