roqweiler1911:

mynameisentirelyigbo:

rainbowbuttconfetti:

So why isn’t this all over the news? Had a group of Blacks murdered a white cop…

So wait… tf happened that all 3 of these drunk assholes killed a cop

well, apparently, the white woman was getting arrested by the officer - his name’s kevin jordan, by the way - and her boyfriend (bowman) saw she was getting arrested and shot k. jordan multiple times in the back.

here’s the article i read: 

http://abcnews.go.com/US/georgia-officer-killed-shot-back-waffle-house/story?id=23948960

lord, I was thought they arrested her.

From their Facebook

There will be a candlelight vigil on Friday night starting at 8PM at the old walmart parking lot. Participants should start gathering around 7:30. The vigil is open to the public. Officer Jordan’s family will be in attendance.”

Just in case anyone wants to attend

Conservatives love to fling rhetoric about assaulting a police officer being a horrible, heinous crime. But a black police officer gets killed in a red state, in a place of business, during a previously nonviolent arrest? Silence.

Ridiculous

Omg… My Spirit Hurts Bruh…

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Harry Potter is dead…

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When Mr. and Mrs. Dursley woke up on the dull, grey Tuesday our story starts, there was nothing about the cloudy sky outside to suggest that strange and mysterious things would soon be happening all over the country…

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Happy 25th birthday, Daniel Radcliffe! (July 23rd, 1989) 

Hogwarts Houses.

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science-junkie:

aconitum-napellus:

Fossils at Monmouth Beach. Lyme Regis, Dorset. We were all so excited over these! So many happy memories from my childhood, and hopefully making happy memories for my children. It was so amazing to be in a place that helped to change history so spectacularly. You can almost feel the fin de siecle anxiety in the air, see the Victorians walking on the beach, see Hardy thinking up that passage in A Pair of Blue Eyes, Mary Anning finding her fossils. And you just can’t get it into your head that you’re looking at creatures that are hundreds of millions of years old. It’s too big to grasp.

(I have over 150 of these photos. Be grateful you only got 10.)

Certain places on this planet force mankind to think.

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