5824
Apr 16
dicksquad2k:

hellwitch616:

vegancumbucket:

if you think this is weird why do you drink cows milk?

^

cause i aint drinking from a cows tit dumbass

dicksquad2k:

hellwitch616:

vegancumbucket:

if you think this is weird why do you drink cows milk?

^

cause i aint drinking from a cows tit dumbass


317
Apr 16
surisburnbook:

I can guarantee you that Batman does not endorse these pants. And neither do I.

surisburnbook:

I can guarantee you that Batman does not endorse these pants. And neither do I.

(Source: masedisick)


1260
Apr 16
babefield:

STOP

31026
Apr 16

cognitivedissonance:

mydrunkkitchen:

buzzfeed:

buzzfeedfood:

Toasts with the most: 21 awesome energy-boosting breakfast ideas

Dang.

BUT WHICH IS THE TOAST WITH THE MOST???

Yes please.

i want each of these. 


13659
Apr 16
Look, without our stories, without the true nature and reality of who we are as People of Color, nothing about fanboy or fangirl culture would make sense. What I mean by that is: if it wasn’t for race, X-Men doesn’t make sense. If it wasn’t for the history of breeding human beings in the New World through chattel slavery, Dune doesn’t make sense. If it wasn’t for the history of colonialism and imperialism, Star Wars doesn’t make sense. If it wasn’t for the extermination of so many Indigenous First Nations, most of what we call science fiction’s contact stories doesn’t make sense. Without us as the secret sauce, none of this works, and it is about time that we understood that we are the Force that holds the Star Wars universe together. We’re the Prime Directive that makes Star Trek possible, yeah. In the Green Lantern Corps, we are the oath. We are all of these things—erased, and yet without us—we are essential.

Junot Díaz, “The Junot Díaz Episode" (18 November 2013) on Fan Bros, a podcast “for geek culture via people of colors” (via kynodontas)

Let em know dad.

(via kenobi-wan-obi)


503720
Apr 16

gissica:

this is amazing.

this post is my spirit animal. i will continue to reblog indefinitely

(Source: captain-enchilada)


3633
Apr 16
humansofnewyork:

Seen in Central Park

humansofnewyork:

Seen in Central Park



830
Apr 15
A hundred years ago they used to put on a white sheet and use a bloodhound against Negroes. Today they have taken off the white sheet and put on police uniforms and traded in the bloodhounds for police dogs, and they’re still doing the same thing.

descentintotyranny:

LAPD Officers Removed Antennas from Police Cars in Black Areas to Disable Recording Devices
Apr. 8 2014
Los Angeles police officers removed antennas from police cars in several predominantly Black neighborhoods to disable the recording equipment and avoid being monitored while on duty, according to an inspection by LAPD investigators.
The department review found about half of the 80 cars in the Southeast division—which includes Watts and the Jordan Downs and Nickerson Gardens housing projects—were missing the antennas that help capture what officers say in the field. The review discovered at least 10 more cars in nearby divisions also had antennas removed.
Members of the Police Commission, which oversees the department, said they were alarmed by both the actions of the officers and the failure of the department to reveal their actions when they were first detected.
“On an issue like this, we need to be brought in right away,” commission President Steve Soboroff told the Los Angeles Times. “This equipment is for the protection of the public and of the officers. To have people who don’t like the rules to take it upon themselves to do something like this is very troubling.”
But LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said the department did not purposely try to hide the matter from the commission and pointed out that he has always been a strong advocate of the recording devices. LAPD officials decided it would be futile to try to figure out which officers were responsible for removing the antennas, since so many of them use the cars during their shifts. Instead the department warned officers about removing the antennas and put checks in place to account for the equipment at the start and end of each patrol shift.
One of the main reasons a federal judge agreed to lift the Department of Justice’s oversight of the notoriously corrupt LAPD last year, after more than a decade, was because of safeguards such as the cameras.
The cameras turn on automatically whenever an officer activates the car’s emergency lights and sirens or can be activated manually. They are used to record traffic stops and other encounters that occur in front of the vehicle.
 In addition, officers wear small transmitters on their belts that relay their voices back to the antennas in the patrol car. Sgt. Dan Gomez, a department expert on recording devices, told the Times that regardless of whether they are in front of the camera, officers’ voices can be recorded hundreds of yards away from the car—but that distance is severely curtailed by as much as a third without the antennas.

descentintotyranny:

LAPD Officers Removed Antennas from Police Cars in Black Areas to Disable Recording Devices

Apr. 8 2014

Los Angeles police officers removed antennas from police cars in several predominantly Black neighborhoods to disable the recording equipment and avoid being monitored while on duty, according to an inspection by LAPD investigators.

The department review found about half of the 80 cars in the Southeast division—which includes Watts and the Jordan Downs and Nickerson Gardens housing projects—were missing the antennas that help capture what officers say in the field. The review discovered at least 10 more cars in nearby divisions also had antennas removed.

Members of the Police Commission, which oversees the department, said they were alarmed by both the actions of the officers and the failure of the department to reveal their actions when they were first detected.

“On an issue like this, we need to be brought in right away,” commission President Steve Soboroff told the Los Angeles Times. “This equipment is for the protection of the public and of the officers. To have people who don’t like the rules to take it upon themselves to do something like this is very troubling.”

But LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said the department did not purposely try to hide the matter from the commission and pointed out that he has always been a strong advocate of the recording devices. LAPD officials decided it would be futile to try to figure out which officers were responsible for removing the antennas, since so many of them use the cars during their shifts. Instead the department warned officers about removing the antennas and put checks in place to account for the equipment at the start and end of each patrol shift.

One of the main reasons a federal judge agreed to lift the Department of Justice’s oversight of the notoriously corrupt LAPD last year, after more than a decade, was because of safeguards such as the cameras.

The cameras turn on automatically whenever an officer activates the car’s emergency lights and sirens or can be activated manually. They are used to record traffic stops and other encounters that occur in front of the vehicle.

In addition, officers wear small transmitters on their belts that relay their voices back to the antennas in the patrol car. Sgt. Dan Gomez, a department expert on recording devices, told the Times that regardless of whether they are in front of the camera, officers’ voices can be recorded hundreds of yards away from the car—but that distance is severely curtailed by as much as a third without the antennas.


100
Apr 15

tomhardies:

I’m old enough to be his mother, but when the Duck laid that kiss on me last night…

i still feel a way about how this ended up


570
Apr 15
ramblingsofanurbanjawn:

I like how he’s aging.

jeff goldblum: best walk of all time. 

ramblingsofanurbanjawn:

I like how he’s aging.

jeff goldblum: best walk of all time. 

(Source: festivusfortherestofus)


32087
Apr 15
drunkfeferi:

this is the greatest thing to ever be submitted to me. bless you friend, may all your dreams come true

drunkfeferi:

this is the greatest thing to ever be submitted to me. bless you friend, may all your dreams come true


117895
Apr 15

northgang:

Lily Myers Shrinking Women (X)

… 


2049
Apr 15

christel-thoughts:

yesqueenraven:

christel-thoughts:

dynastylnoire:

ear2ear:

That Outkast performance at Coachella was one of the most disappointing things I’ve ever seen.

What a disgracefully flat crowd that didn’t really understand what/who they were listening to.

I feel bad for 3000. He looked uncomfortable to begin the show. But by the end of the performance, he seemed annoyed and disinterested with the thought like, “oh yeah, this is why I stepped away from music.”

When he asked the crowd, “how many bitches and how many hoes are here?” I don’t think he was just messing around. I felt that he had already lost respect and interest in the audience. He had his back turned to them for “Hey Ya” singing the song with no real passion or energy; in a sense giving them no satisfaction in the only song they probably were expecting to hear.

Big Boi did his best to salvage the crowd and get 3000 to come along, but I just feel like songs like “Elevators” and “Gasoline Dreams” are beyond that audience. They didn’t understand the darkness, the ambiance, and mystique of those songs. There’s a commentary in the lyrics that just does not connect with that sort of “party” crowd.

The crickets when Janelle Monae came out? On and on and on. Garbage crowd.

The people that would have appreciated it couldn’t afford to come to that.

yeah hipsters…they talk about hip hop and Andre 3000… But they don’t have a clue. They’re just trying to sound cool. They just want to say they went.

Yeah, I’ve been hearing this over and over.  Months ago everyone was getting so hype for Outkast at Coachella, but all I could think was “It’s gonna be a bunch of young hipsters who have no idea what they’re listening to.”  Damn shame. 

i think we all knew, but were hoping they’d pretend better.