sonicomi:

this is the funniest page in the entire manga

sonicomi:

this is the funniest page in the entire manga

dan-and-his-hormones:

Ferguson police are being sued for $40mil, +++ some of the officers are facing individual lawsuits for rights infringement. fucking break those cops. 

theawkwardlifeofapsycho:

Why is this not taught universally.

liberalsarecool:

6dogs9cats:

odinsblog:

Surprise! (not really tho)

So much for the GOP’s rebranding. The Republican Party is as racist as ever. Using Lee Atwater’s Southern Strategy and playing the “aggrieved white person™” is all they’ve got

LAYING POOLSIDE = WORK ETHIC  (white conservatives)

In the white conservative mind, only “brown people” get privileges. The white conservative is always the victim, an outsider just looking for a fair shot.

 The mock envy by the Right Wing is truly disgusting.

mathsturbation:

were u not hugged as a child

assangistan:

holygoddamnshitballs:

hipnerd:

Here are some police arresting a reporter in Ferguson, Mo.
Notice anything missing? That’s right, they took off their badges and name tags that had their ID numbers on them.
This is not an isolated incident. When Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery and Ryan Reilly of the Huffington Post were arrested last week for failing to leave a McDonald’s quickly enough, no badges or name tags were visible on the officers who arrested them. Additionally, they were denied that information even though they repeatedly asked for it.
This way the police can act with near impunity and have zero accountability to the people they purportedly protect. The fact that these men are claiming the powers of the police without a shred of the accountability we demand of those in power is terrifying.
White reporters have gotten just a taste of what that is like. Imagine how the black residents who live there — far away from the glare of the cameras — feel, day after day.

The story of the journalist pictured, Ansgar Graw of Germany, can be found here.  When he asked an older police officer to give him his name because he was in charge, the officer responded with, “My name is Donald Duck.”

HAHA very clever.

assangistan:

holygoddamnshitballs:

hipnerd:

Here are some police arresting a reporter in Ferguson, Mo.

Notice anything missing? That’s right, they took off their badges and name tags that had their ID numbers on them.

This is not an isolated incident. When Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery and Ryan Reilly of the Huffington Post were arrested last week for failing to leave a McDonald’s quickly enough, no badges or name tags were visible on the officers who arrested them. Additionally, they were denied that information even though they repeatedly asked for it.

This way the police can act with near impunity and have zero accountability to the people they purportedly protect. The fact that these men are claiming the powers of the police without a shred of the accountability we demand of those in power is terrifying.

White reporters have gotten just a taste of what that is like. Imagine how the black residents who live there — far away from the glare of the cameras — feel, day after day.

The story of the journalist pictured, Ansgar Graw of Germany, can be found here.  When he asked an older police officer to give him his name because he was in charge, the officer responded with, “My name is Donald Duck.”

HAHA very clever.

theclearlydope:

Kindergarten can break a man.
[via]

theclearlydope:

Kindergarten can break a man.

[via]

gearstation:

sacredassbutt:

baruchsbalthamos:

Americans pronouncing it ‘Noo-tella’ as if it were made from fucking hazelnoots.

image

ahem.

My editor won’t let any of the characters swear. Which is sometimes difficult because Ron is definitely a boy who would swear.
J.K. Rowling (via accioron)

jobhaver:

some nerd: communism will never work because human nature

me: image