Titooy found a little shortcut to those narrations that Natalie did for the “Voice of the Holocaust”. Although I recommend everyone to go to the exhibit, if you just wanna hear Natalie’s beautiful (“but sad”) voice – go here for Margot and here for Rose.
And while we’re on the subject, as I mentioned in this editorial I don’t read books. But one of the few I have read and absolutely loved is “Survival in Aushcwitz” by Primo Levi. Highly recommended. Little quote:
“At dawn the barbed wire was full of children’s washing hung out in the wind to dry. Nor did they forget the diapers, the toys, the cushions and the hundred other small things which mothers remember and which children always need. Would you not do the same? If you and your child were going to be killed tomorrow, would you not give him something to eat today?”
Enough deepness, let’s go for wallpapers:
“DesiringHayden” (well as the great Monthy Python said – “you’re all different!”) sent in these two – First one is kinda Anakin goes bad while the second one is just beautiful. But higher resolution would be appreciated.
And if you ever wondered what Natalie would look like on the surface of Mars, here’s one (albeit physically impossible) vision by Cenk Ogut.
And remember, if your parents say “go outside and play” – just startup FarCry and blow those mutated bad monsters to hell in the jungle!