Pime

Aug 20

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Aug 19

WHOOPS

WHOOPS

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Aug 18

cognitivedissonance:

Lanre Akinsiku, “The Price of Blackness”

cognitivedissonance:

Lanre Akinsiku, “The Price of Blackness”

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Aug 15

kamikatlifts:

IT’S. A. FUCKING. TURTLE.

musical accompaniment…

kamikatlifts:

IT’S. A. FUCKING. TURTLE.

musical accompaniment…

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“While compared to nerve agent or white phosphorus, RC agents are pretty mild, we’re not talking about a combat zone. We’re talking about suburban streets in the middle of the United States. In those circumstances, the stuff is a nightmare and everytime it gets stirred up in the neighborhood, bad things will happen. People with respiratory problems, old people, young people, pets and other small animals like birds and squirrels have some risks.) Since the crap is powder, it will get in peoples’ eyes and they’ll rub their eyes. This can scratch the cornea and screw up the retina. Food and water contaminated can’t be consumed safely unless you’re a freaking honey badger.” — Crusader AXE, MORPHING US SUBURBIA INTO…THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS? WTF (via odoriferouszephyrs)

Suburban stakeout.

Suburban stakeout.

“What transpired in the streets appeared to be a kind of municipal version of shock and awe; the first wave of flash grenades and tear gas had played as a prelude to the appearance of an unusually large armored vehicle, carrying a military-style rifle mounted on a tripod. The message of all of this was something beyond the mere maintenance of law and order: it’s difficult to imagine how armored officers with what looked like a mobile military sniper’s nest could quell the anxieties of a community outraged by allegations regarding the excessive use of force. It revealed itself as a raw matter of public intimidation.” — What I Saw in Ferguson