when books make you cry like fuck you book you’re a stack of paper
Ctrl + C // 21 covers that may or may not blow up you mind.
why are people so caught up in romanticizing the past? romanticize the future. there will be robots and slightly more equality
soviet russian grandma cats complaining about their grandchildren and swapping recipes
i am forever grateful for this request
this is a pivotal moment in my artistic journey
(still taking doodle requests by the way!)
This is a collection of Tweets from military veterans reacting to the police response in Ferguson.
And if this shit doesn’t scare you, I don’t know what will.
y para compensar un poco de… KissCam
are we not going to talk about the guy in the fourth gif because damn that face
The two were reportedly arrested while working in a McDonald’s.
“For those not in Ferguson, the arrest of Ryan and I should shed light on the state of things here,” Lowery told Boston.com “If two reporters can be arrested and manhandled for doing their jobs then imagine the way the residents are being treated. This story should be about the people of Ferguson. The Washington Post will stand up for me, Huffington Post has Ryan’s back. But who is looking out for the residents dealing with this every single day?”
Couldn’t find a list like this, so…
Wesley Lowery, Washington Post journalist who was arrested while sitting in a McDonald’s.
Local alderman Antonio French.
Huffington Post journalist Ryan Reilly, who was also arrested while reporting on the protests.
Local TV reporter Christina Coleman.
Guardian reporter Jon Swaine.
I’m sure there are many, many other good sources of information on the ground; hopefully, people will reblog with links to them.
For an overview of what’s happened in Ferguson, Missouri since police shot and killed an unarmed teenager named Michael Brown, this New York Times story has some background. You can also read about the story in the LA Times, and there are live updates at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
There’s livestream video here.