viktoriamurillo:

bythew4yside:

buriedwitchbones:

kinkykitfox:

i-want-spankings:

Ok. So I’m not into smoking, but this is fucking radical!

Wow uh this is hot

OHMYGOD bythew4yside

Well looks like we know what we’re doing tonight
buriedwitchbones
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viktoriamurillo yes. yes we can.

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princess-passion-flower:

browngirlblues:

inhysterics:

whitetears365:

Anon has officially started doxing. They are doxing Ferguson’s police Chief John Belmar and his family. They HAVE ALSO POSTED HIS ADDRESS ONLINE AS WELL.

With the protest going on in Ferguson plus the help of Anon, this is history in the making.

In case you can’t see the confederate flag in that screenshot…

Anonymous don’t play

Yeah have ya’ll read their official statement?

Greetings world, we are Anonymous.

On August 9th in Ferguson, Missouri the 17 year old and unarmed Mike Brown was shot several times and killed by an officer of the Ferguson Police Department. His body was left to lie in a pool of blood in the sweltering heat for hours while 15 police departments militarized the area against protesters, sealed the roads leading to Ferguson in a vain attempt to prevent protesters from reaching the city. The police has clearly crossed a line in the sand.

For this reason Anonymous will not be satisfied this time, as we have in the past – with simply obtaining justice for this young man and his family. Anonymous demands that the Congressional Representatives and Senators from Missouri introduce legislation entitled “Mike Brown’s Law” that will set strict national standards for police conduct and misbehaviour in the USA.

To the good people of Ferguson, take heart – and take your streets. You are not alone, we will support you in every way possible. Occupy every square inch of your city. Demand justice, staying silent today could result in the death of your kid tomorrow.

To the Ferguson Police Department and any other jurisdictions who are deployed to the protests: we are watching you very closely. If you abuse, harass – or harm in any way the protesters in Ferguson we will take every web based asset of your departments and governments off line. That is not a threat, it is a promise. Attacking the protesters will result in the release of personal information on every single member of the Ferguson Police Department, as well as any other jurisdiction that participates in the abuse of this States own law. We will seize all your databases and E-Mail spools and dump them on the Internet. This is your first and last warning.

The time has come for more than simple justice for these atrocities. The time has come to draw a line in the sand. The time has come to bring those to justice, who served to protect us, not kill us.

Until justice prevails, hack and protest will replace it.

Operation Ferguson engaged.

We Are Anonymous.
We Are Legion.
We do Not Forgive.
We do Not Forget.
Ferguson, Expect us.”

http://fox2now.com/2014/08/11/hacker-group-anonymous-threatens-ferguson-police-department/

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thepeoplesrecord:

NYC Sikh man called ‘terrorist,’ run over by truckAugust 7, 2014
New York City’s Sikh community is asking authorities to investigate the recent attack of a Sikh man as a hate crime. 
Sandeep Singh, 29, was crossing a street with friends in Queens, New York, last week when a man in a pick-up truck began yelling at them. The driver exited his car and exchanged words with Singh, a married father of two. According to witnesses, the driver called Singh a terrorist, and told him to go back to his country.
The driver returned to his vehicle and Singh stood in front of it in protest. That’s when the driver ran him over—dragging Singh about 30 feet. Surveillance cameras caught the attack. Singh remains in the hospital and his attacker remains at large.  
Singh has issued a statement through the Sikh Coalition that explains that the attack was motivated by hate: “I was attacked because I am a Sikh and because I look like a Sikh. Justice should be served so that no one else goes through what I have been through. We need to create a world without hate.”
According to the Village Voice, the Department of Justice requested that the local police commander meet Sikh leaders on Monday to discuss the Singh attack, as well as other issues facing the community: 

In addition to hate crimes, Sikh leaders cited experiences being robbed, mugged or physically attacked that they feel have not been adequately investigated by local police.
“There’s a sense that there is a real apathy in the 102 [precinct] in Richmond Hill, as it applies to this community,” Singh says.
That feeling is compounded by the fact, that the NYPD—unlike police forces in London, Toronto and Washington D.C.—prohibits officers from wearing turbans, a rule that prevents observant Sikhs from serving in the police force.

The Sikh Coalition is pressing for the investigation to dig deeper and find Singh’s attacker.
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thepeoplesrecord:

NYC Sikh man called ‘terrorist,’ run over by truck
August 7, 2014

New York City’s Sikh community is asking authorities to investigate the recent attack of a Sikh man as a hate crime. 

Sandeep Singh, 29, was crossing a street with friends in Queens, New York, last week when a man in a pick-up truck began yelling at them. The driver exited his car and exchanged words with Singh, a married father of two. According to witnesses, the driver called Singh a terrorist, and told him to go back to his country.

The driver returned to his vehicle and Singh stood in front of it in protest. That’s when the driver ran him over—dragging Singh about 30 feet. Surveillance cameras caught the attack. Singh remains in the hospital and his attacker remains at large.  

Singh has issued a statement through the Sikh Coalition that explains that the attack was motivated by hate: “I was attacked because I am a Sikh and because I look like a Sikh. Justice should be served so that no one else goes through what I have been through. We need to create a world without hate.”

According to the Village Voice, the Department of Justice requested that the local police commander meet Sikh leaders on Monday to discuss the Singh attack, as well as other issues facing the community: 

In addition to hate crimes, Sikh leaders cited experiences being robbed, mugged or physically attacked that they feel have not been adequately investigated by local police.

“There’s a sense that there is a real apathy in the 102 [precinct] in Richmond Hill, as it applies to this community,” Singh says.

That feeling is compounded by the fact, that the NYPD—unlike police forces in London, Toronto and Washington D.C.—prohibits officers from wearing turbans, a rule that prevents observant Sikhs from serving in the police force.

The Sikh Coalition is pressing for the investigation to dig deeper and find Singh’s attacker.

Source

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Six Word Story by Pien Pouwels  (via oceanflowerbird)

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ugly:

aarontreble:

When you say something bad about your self and your friends agree

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satanicnutellacats:

5th grade sex ed more like

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