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bloodycowards:

Today is the 11th anniversary of ‘You mad?’

Bill is still mad.

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Utopia (S02E06, Donovan, 2014)

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themodernistwitch:

killermikegto:

CNN asked me to stop by and have a conversation.

❤️ Killer Mike ❤️

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Utopia (S02E05, Donovan, 2014)

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Utopia (S02E04, Donovan, 2014)

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gorgeouschildren:

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twiststreet:

This is interesting— DailyKos argues they could institute a recall which could take place in about 6 months, get a new City Manager in place (plus new mayor, city council, etc.), and use that manager to fire the chief of police.  It’s just nice that someone out there is thinking like this!  Here’s the Atlantic talking about a recall, too.  Constructive ideas!  On the internet even!  Actual constructive ideas!  

twiststreet:

This is interesting— DailyKos argues they could institute a recall which could take place in about 6 months, get a new City Manager in place (plus new mayor, city council, etc.), and use that manager to fire the chief of police.  It’s just nice that someone out there is thinking like this!  Here’s the Atlantic talking about a recall, too.  Constructive ideas!  On the internet even!  Actual constructive ideas!  

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shortformblog:

thesoftghetto:

Protesters upset about the smearing of Mike Brown converged at CNN headquarters.

“When it started raining and lightning and the crowd didn’t disperse, my energy level shot up,” said Kwame Thompson, an attorney in Atlanta and St. Louis. “It was a peaceful demonstration that was against police brutality and in support of Mike Brown and his family.”

This feels unprecedented. 

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jackteagle:

I redrew Marvel Feature Presents Red Sonja #6 for Rejected by Covered: http://rejectedbycovered.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/jack-teagle-covers-marvel-feature-6.html

jackteagle:

I redrew Marvel Feature Presents Red Sonja #6 for Rejected by Covered: http://rejectedbycovered.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/jack-teagle-covers-marvel-feature-6.html

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100hundredthousandmillion:

notes taken on phone last night while up too late watching the news:

Fox 2 news feed, 12:30 AM or so: Anchor asks caller, a local policeman not involved in the day’s events, for “a police officer’s perspective” on what’s happening, as if this might represent a new angle we haven’t heard…

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twiststreet:

Heard a guy on CNN last night, a civil rights-y guy, talking about Ferguson— they asked him what he wanted to see happen and he started babbling about how we “need to have a national conversation” on this, that and another.  Where did that fucking phrase come from??? As soon as I hear that phrase I automatically know nothing’s getting done to fix anything— remember those “national conversations” we were supposed to have about guns?  When did people EVER have “”national conversations?””  What does that even mean???  What did you bring to the “national conversation” on sex we were all supposed to have after that Santa Barbara Virgin guy got all shitty?  I brought potato salad!  

 There’s all this concrete stuff that can and should be done— demilitarizing local police, increasing public access to police personnel records, wildly increasing whistleblower protections for cops reporting issues, increasing punishment for retaliation on whistleblowers, figuring out a way to increase hiring from policed communities themselves, create damage presumptions for family members of shooting victims, etc.  And that’s just me jabbering onto a computer phone— I’m 93% an idiot, according to the most generous Facebook quizzes.  Theres got to be smarter people than me out there thinking about this shit.  But no, “national conversation,” we get instead!  Who invented that stupid phrase??  Where did it come from and why do we pretend its normal when we hear it???

(Also the phrase “don’t punch down only punch up” when it’s applied to anyone but comedians making jokes about the oppression of minority groups / victims of violent crimes, or the involuntarily mentally deficient— that’s another one that I’m just not into).

In conclusion, I can’t even.  (“I can’t even”, I like.  Twist ending.  “I can’t even” can get it.)(“can get it” is pretty good too— I like that it’s kinda raunchy…?)

twiststreet:

Heard a guy on CNN last night, a civil rights-y guy, talking about Ferguson— they asked him what he wanted to see happen and he started babbling about how we “need to have a national conversation” on this, that and another. Where did that fucking phrase come from??? As soon as I hear that phrase I automatically know nothing’s getting done to fix anything— remember those “national conversations” we were supposed to have about guns? When did people EVER have “”national conversations?”” What does that even mean??? What did you bring to the “national conversation” on sex we were all supposed to have after that Santa Barbara Virgin guy got all shitty? I brought potato salad!

There’s all this concrete stuff that can and should be done— demilitarizing local police, increasing public access to police personnel records, wildly increasing whistleblower protections for cops reporting issues, increasing punishment for retaliation on whistleblowers, figuring out a way to increase hiring from policed communities themselves, create damage presumptions for family members of shooting victims, etc. And that’s just me jabbering onto a computer phone— I’m 93% an idiot, according to the most generous Facebook quizzes. Theres got to be smarter people than me out there thinking about this shit. But no, “national conversation,” we get instead! Who invented that stupid phrase?? Where did it come from and why do we pretend its normal when we hear it???

(Also the phrase “don’t punch down only punch up” when it’s applied to anyone but comedians making jokes about the oppression of minority groups / victims of violent crimes, or the involuntarily mentally deficient— that’s another one that I’m just not into).

In conclusion, I can’t even. (“I can’t even”, I like. Twist ending. “I can’t even” can get it.)(“can get it” is pretty good too— I like that it’s kinda raunchy…?)

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yamborghini:

Ima come clean for all you dusty ass internet mfs who mustache smelling like qualitest go head and download this right here. All you broke tumblr bitches who pussy smell like blazin hip hop and r&b you tryna get chose up finally then listen to this game. Ima come clean I’m going to holla at cartier and tell them to raise 10 million in charity for the city of detroit they at least owe them that. This the best of Doughboyz Cashout because I know some of y’all tired of me just posting random youtube videos with random quotes in all caps b. This music to go shopping for Mauri’s to. If you not in the reptilian section of saks 5th avenue while this on your iPod shuffle dont even bother my g. Compilation put together by your boy Young Yams aka The Puerto Rican Flex Washington. Tracklist and download for the mix below once this goes down it’s never going back up. I forgot to mention it’s two disc.
Real Dealers Dont Finesse: Chapter 1 
The Mob
Since A Lil’ Nigga
Shut Your Poor Ass Mouth
Shame On You (feat. Nipsey Hussle & YG)
Boss The F*ck Up
Dont Take This Personal
Never Seen A Rich Nigga
In This Bitch
D Bitch
Low Number
Choosing
Boy & Caine
Y’all Niggas
Nigga With Cheese
Therapy
My Young Niggaz (feat. Young Jeezy)
Real Dealers Dont Finesse: Chapter 2
City Of Dealers
Good Ass Day
Money Counter Muzik
Ghetto Gold
I Had 2
Woke Up (feat. Young Jeezy & Yo Gotti)
My Idols
Use To Sell Dimes
Work, Hoes, Cars, Murder
Whatever You Want
The Game Made Me
Have U Ever
Get Money Stay Humble
Imaginary Bosses (feat. Most Wanted)
Neighborhood Star
Game Is The Game (feat. Reo Grand & Helluva)
DL: Real Dealers Dont Finesse

yamborghini:

Ima come clean for all you dusty ass internet mfs who mustache smelling like qualitest go head and download this right here. All you broke tumblr bitches who pussy smell like blazin hip hop and r&b you tryna get chose up finally then listen to this game. Ima come clean I’m going to holla at cartier and tell them to raise 10 million in charity for the city of detroit they at least owe them that. This the best of Doughboyz Cashout because I know some of y’all tired of me just posting random youtube videos with random quotes in all caps b. This music to go shopping for Mauri’s to. If you not in the reptilian section of saks 5th avenue while this on your iPod shuffle dont even bother my g. Compilation put together by your boy Young Yams aka The Puerto Rican Flex Washington. Tracklist and download for the mix below once this goes down it’s never going back up. I forgot to mention it’s two disc.

Real Dealers Dont Finesse: Chapter 1 

  1. The Mob
  2. Since A Lil’ Nigga
  3. Shut Your Poor Ass Mouth
  4. Shame On You (feat. Nipsey Hussle & YG)
  5. Boss The F*ck Up
  6. Dont Take This Personal
  7. Never Seen A Rich Nigga
  8. In This Bitch
  9. D Bitch
  10. Low Number
  11. Choosing
  12. Boy & Caine
  13. Y’all Niggas
  14. Nigga With Cheese
  15. Therapy
  16. My Young Niggaz (feat. Young Jeezy)

Real Dealers Dont Finesse: Chapter 2

  1. City Of Dealers
  2. Good Ass Day
  3. Money Counter Muzik
  4. Ghetto Gold
  5. I Had 2
  6. Woke Up (feat. Young Jeezy & Yo Gotti)
  7. My Idols
  8. Use To Sell Dimes
  9. Work, Hoes, Cars, Murder
  10. Whatever You Want
  11. The Game Made Me
  12. Have U Ever
  13. Get Money Stay Humble
  14. Imaginary Bosses (feat. Most Wanted)
  15. Neighborhood Star
  16. Game Is The Game (feat. Reo Grand & Helluva)

DL: Real Dealers Dont Finesse

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Utopia (S02E03. Munden, 2014)