The first understandable definition of "dystopia" I've seen. Followed by the definition of "apocalypse" and the difference between the two.

The first understandable definition of "dystopia" I've seen. Followed by the definition of "apocalypse" and the difference between the two.

Young adult fiction – 6 most interesting infographics and charts

Young adult books – 10 most interesting infographics and charts

(Open RP. I'm the girl) They put my hand in the scanner. The scanner chose what your fate was. I pull my hand out when it's finished. It said slave. "No. This can't be right!" I say nervously as the guard grab any shoulder. "It is what it is." He says and lead me to another room. "You will stay here until you are sold" he says and the door closes. Months later the door opens. A boy about my age stands there. "Hello" he says. It was obvious he had bought me.

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(Open RP. I'm the girl) They put my hand in the scanner. The scanner chose what your fate was. I pull my hand out when it's finished. It said slave. "No. This can't be right!" I say nervously as the guard grab any shoulder. "It is what it is." He says and lead me to another room. "You will stay here until you are sold" he says and the door closes. Months later the door opens. A boy about my age stands there. "Hello" he says. It was obvious he had bought me.

MAD MAX'S FURY ROAD VEHICLE LINEUP IS THE STUFF OF POST-APOCALYPTIC WETDREAMS - elemente magazine

MAD MAX'S FURY ROAD VEHICLE LINEUP IS THE STUFF OF POST-APOCALYPTIC WETDREAMS - elemente magazine

In Norse mythology, Ragnarok is a series of apocalyptic events that will define the end of the world, where giants of frost and fire will together fight the gods in a final battle that will ultimately

In Norse mythology, Ragnarok is a series of apocalyptic events that will define the end of the world, where giants of frost and fire will together fight the gods in a final battle that will ultimately

Gerhard Richter
’22.1.2000′ (Firenze) “By placing paint on photographs, with all their random and involuntary expressiveness, Gerhard Richter reinforces the unique aspect of each of these mediums and opens a field of tension rich in paradoxes, as old as the couple – painting / photography – which has largely defined modern art.”

Gerhard Richter ’22.1.2000′ (Firenze) “By placing paint on photographs, with all their random and involuntary expressiveness, Gerhard Richter reinforces the unique aspect of each of these mediums and opens a field of tension rich in paradoxes, as old as the couple – painting / photography – which has largely defined modern art.”

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