Bernie Sanders is onto something, I think.
Someone was spelling their last name on the phone with me and they just said, “B as in, uh, um… butthole.”
I’m exhausted, so therefore this is hilarious.
She’s here all week, folks.
Great Black Shark. #kobathedread #dogsofinstagram (at Cherry Beach Dogpark)
Fuck everything about this.
Wearing one of these shirts is flat out advertising a person’s disgusting racism and should be reviled as such. The KKK is also raising a defense fund for Darren Wilson. Let that sink in for a moment.
The cops met the 125 protestors on bicycles and on foot, with no riot gear, tear gas or SWAT. As opposed to tonight, when they gassed the crowd and threatened to shoot a reporter.
[P]olice were caught on camera Sunday night threatening to mace one reporter and shoot another. At least two other journalists also claim they were arrested while following police orders. —
Every time I check my Twitter feed, I half-expect to see that a protester or reporter has been shot. This is so outrageously unacceptable.
Where is Bibi’s 'mazel tov' for Mahmoud and Morel? - Routine Emergencies Israel News | Haaretz -
"A light unto the nations." Yeah, right.
Dutch nonagenarian returns Righteous Among the Nations medal after six relatives killed in Gaza - World Israel News | Haaretz -
One less Righteous Gentile, thanks to Apartheid Israel’s campaign of indiscriminate slaughter in Gaza.
(Source: darachtheboat, via cognitivedissonance)
As Karl Bickel, a senior policy analyst with the Justice Department’s Community Policing Services office, observes, police across America are being trained in a way that emphasizes force and aggression. He notes that recruit training favors a stress-based regimen that’s modeled on military boot camp rather than on the more relaxed academic setting a minority of police departments still employ. The result, he suggests, is young officers who believe policing is about kicking ass rather than working with the community to make neighborhoods safer. Or as comedian Bill Maher reminded officers recently: “The words on your car, ‘protect and serve,’ refer to us, not you.” — One nation under SWAT: How America’s police became an occupying force - Salon.com