I just saw what they think is the SOS and it made me cry. If that’s what it is, it terrifies me. The thought that they planned it out and spent all that time making just made me cry. If that’s what it is, it makes it so real; I’m looking at physical proof of this situation. It has broken my soul.
There’s a lead! There’s a lead! I know it’s grasping at straws, but still! Some people think they found an S O S in the snow on the satellite images.
If they aren’t found alive, I at least hope the site is found so we don’t have to wait until spring.
dude it’s so weird how when you’re a kid, socks were like the worst thing you could get on christmas but now it’s like hell yeah please give me some socks i own like two and a half pairs my feet are so cold
I think everyone has gotten past the point of hope and is now starting to accept that they probably won’t be coming back. Dad’s work had a meeting today about what will the business’s next move will be. This fucking sucks.
Omfg I was sitting in a room with a bunch of my aunts, uncles and cousins and my grandma had this weird smile on her face so I asked her what was up and she just looked at me and said “everyone in this house is alive thanks to my vagina”
Enough people called the Idaho governor that they are continuing the search.
The news is now showing footage of the mountain where they are lost. It’s basically just a white screen with tiny dots that are trees. Rather depressing.
A news van pulled up at the church tonight when Dad and I dropped the little bro off for scouts. If they had gotten there a few minutes earlier, they would have gotten one of the sons walking out of the building. Fuck these people.
Dad had to write the press release that will be sent from the company if they aren’t found. He says he wants to write FUCK in really big red letters in front of their office building so that reporters will stop standing in front of it.
They’re calling off the search tonight. If they aren’t found, my dad has to write the press release tomorrow.
I was remembering last night that when we were like 10, I gave the son (one of the missing family members) some sort of airplane glider thing for his birthday. I remembered this and it made me feel completely sick.
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