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 Reblogging again because there are some new ones and put them together in one post.

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This post is golden. A1 shit right here.

Accurate as fuck holy shit.

firelorcl:

i scare people lots because i walk very softly and they don’t hear me enter rooms so when they turn around i’m just kind of there and their fear fuels me

koreaboostories:

tw-koreanhistory:

Gone In 41 Seconds — Police Quick to Kill Korean Artist

Feb 24, 2008

LA HABRA, Calif. — On the afternoon of December 31, 2007, two police officers encountered Michael Cho in the parking lot of a liquor store in La Habra, a small, generally quiet city in Orange County, California. It didn’t take long for the meeting to go bad. After less than a minute the officers unleashed a barrage of bullets on the 25-year-old artist, ending his life - and setting off an ongoing cascade of protests across Southern California’s Korean American community.

Computerized police logs obtained by New America Media suggest the officers quickly turned to deadly force when they confronted Cho, whom they suspected of vandalism. According to the Computer Automated Transcript documenting the incident, at 2:04 p.m. the cops contacted their dispatcher to say they’d located Cho. “Out with the subject near the liquor store,” the transcript reads. Just 41 seconds later they radioed dispatch again, this time saying they’d shot the suspect and now needed paramedics to attend to him. “Shot fired, Suspect down, Medics requested,” reads the transcript. In the aftermath of the killing, Cho’s family has publicly condemned the department, saying the officers rushed to shoot Cho, rather than using less lethal tools like pepper spray or Taser stun guns to subdue him.

“The police killed my son like a dog,” Cho’s mother, Honglan Cho, recently told the La Habra City Council. According to Shelly Lynn Kaufman, an attorney for the Cho family, the fusillade of bullets left ten holes in his body.

Read More: http://news.newamericamedia.org/news/view_article.html?article_id=ad58d8b8031a47854d3676200f5c5be5 

please spread this.

since when does a man deserve to die due to suspected vandalism?

tell me again how none of this has anything to do with race. show me where the “equality” is now. 

This shit makes me so mad.

What makes me even more mad, though, is knowing that this happens ALL THE TIME and likely the only reason we’re hearing more about it now is because of some of the high profile police shootings that have made the news recently. This shouldn’t happen. AT ALL. Deadly force is not appropriate in pretty much all cases.

When people go, “Oh, but he was probably guilty” it makes me even more mad.

WE HAVE A TRIAL SYSTEM FOR A REASON. Every person accused of a crime in our country deserves a fair trial. Shooting them dead robs them of not only their life, but it robs them of this right and therefore dehumanizes them.

Everyone deserves a trial. I don’t care if the world saw you murder someone, you get your trial and the evidence will speak for itself. There should never be Eye for an Eye.

cannibalcoalition:

hatpire:

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cannibalcoalition:

I am ranting now because of something that my aunt (no, not that aunt but thank you for remembering) has been saying for a long time. She has become a born-again Baptist and believes that she and her side of the family are going to be Raptured.

She hasn’t said this to me specifically, but it has…

Maybe it’s a Born Again thing? My one brother’s a Born Again and I’m pretty sure he’s said something like this before.

Shortly before he says that Jesus cures depression.

YOu know… come to think of it, the person who said that to me before was a Born Again Mormon, who argued with me that my weak joints were the result of something I did rather than like… an infection that spread to my ankles and knees when I was 2 months old… 

That’s terrible. D:

Are there Born Again Mormons? I always thought Born Again was a specific denomination. All I know is that it turned my brother from someone who taught me about Stephen Hawking and was really into science and Dungeons and Dragons into someone that doesn’t say anything that’s not Jesus related and still has a hard time calling the person I married “my wife.”

I remember when I came out, I talked to my dad on the phone and expressed my concern re: my brother’s support, and my somewhat Catholic dad was like, “In my day we called them Jesus Freaks and we didn’t really pay attention to them if we could help it.”

Nah, Born Again just means someone who re-discovered their faith later in life after a period of disinterest. You’ve got Born Again Pagans, too, which usually denotes someone who had a fluffy stage, got scared and went back to Christ, then got back into it when they were ready. (MArginally describes myself, though in high school it was more a passing interest than anything.)

Pretty sure this guy was a Born Again Mormon. It was Montana… its more common there than it is out here. 

Born Agains (at least Christians) seem to be a little bit more… judgy? Kind of “I used to be lost just like you, but now I’m going to Heaven and I want to take you with me!” So like… judging under the guise of best intentions. 

I think my biggest issue with Born Agains (or any Christians, really) is that largely they seem to be concentrating more on Jesus worship than they are on actually doing what he suggested. It’s all Jesus Jesus Jesus and somewhere in there, “love thy neighbor” gets lost.

This isn’t to say all Born Agains or all Christians, of course, and I’m very good friends with some incredibly devout folks. It’s a “the loudest voice isn’t always the one worth listening to” scenario.

Well, its the vocal minority thing there and it goes for a lot of other groups, religious or otherwise, as well. There’s one person who is loud and upset about something and then the rest are just kind of like ‘Yeah okay, Dave.’

Yeaaaah. Vocal minority needs to learn their inside voices.

cannibalcoalition:

hatpire:

cannibalcoalition:

hatpire:

cannibalcoalition:

I am ranting now because of something that my aunt (no, not that aunt but thank you for remembering) has been saying for a long time. She has become a born-again Baptist and believes that she and her side of the family are going to be Raptured.

She hasn’t said this to me specifically, but it has…

Maybe it’s a Born Again thing? My one brother’s a Born Again and I’m pretty sure he’s said something like this before.

Shortly before he says that Jesus cures depression.

YOu know… come to think of it, the person who said that to me before was a Born Again Mormon, who argued with me that my weak joints were the result of something I did rather than like… an infection that spread to my ankles and knees when I was 2 months old… 

That’s terrible. D:

Are there Born Again Mormons? I always thought Born Again was a specific denomination. All I know is that it turned my brother from someone who taught me about Stephen Hawking and was really into science and Dungeons and Dragons into someone that doesn’t say anything that’s not Jesus related and still has a hard time calling the person I married “my wife.”

I remember when I came out, I talked to my dad on the phone and expressed my concern re: my brother’s support, and my somewhat Catholic dad was like, “In my day we called them Jesus Freaks and we didn’t really pay attention to them if we could help it.”

Nah, Born Again just means someone who re-discovered their faith later in life after a period of disinterest. You’ve got Born Again Pagans, too, which usually denotes someone who had a fluffy stage, got scared and went back to Christ, then got back into it when they were ready. (MArginally describes myself, though in high school it was more a passing interest than anything.)

Pretty sure this guy was a Born Again Mormon. It was Montana… its more common there than it is out here. 

Born Agains (at least Christians) seem to be a little bit more… judgy? Kind of “I used to be lost just like you, but now I’m going to Heaven and I want to take you with me!” So like… judging under the guise of best intentions. 

I think my biggest issue with Born Agains (or any Christians, really) is that largely they seem to be concentrating more on Jesus worship than they are on actually doing what he suggested. It’s all Jesus Jesus Jesus and somewhere in there, “love thy neighbor” gets lost.

This isn’t to say all Born Agains or all Christians, of course, and I’m very good friends with some incredibly devout folks. It’s a “the loudest voice isn’t always the one worth listening to” scenario.

is delicious.

I went to Binny’s today with the goal of finding some. Their selection sort of blows, but I picked up a small batch bottle of absinthe verte from Leopold Bros. and it’s green in a very pale sense. I had to sort of improvise an absinthe spoon with tinfoil with holes poked in it. It’s really delicious.

Neat fact: Absinthe comes in two colors, clear and green. The green absinthe gets its coloring by soaking a burlap bag of herbs into clear absinthe. It picks up complex flavors from the herbs as well as the green color of the chlorophyll from them. It’s typically bottled in dark glass to protect the color of the absinthe.

Green absinthe in a clear bottle stored in light will cause the chlorophyll to brown, which doesn’t change the taste but makes it look sort of icky.

I may have learned this from the episode of How It’s Made I watched yesterday.

cannibalcoalition:

hatpire:

cannibalcoalition:

I am ranting now because of something that my aunt (no, not that aunt but thank you for remembering) has been saying for a long time. She has become a born-again Baptist and believes that she and her side of the family are going to be Raptured.

She hasn’t said this to me specifically, but it has…

Maybe it’s a Born Again thing? My one brother’s a Born Again and I’m pretty sure he’s said something like this before.

Shortly before he says that Jesus cures depression.

YOu know… come to think of it, the person who said that to me before was a Born Again Mormon, who argued with me that my weak joints were the result of something I did rather than like… an infection that spread to my ankles and knees when I was 2 months old… 

That’s terrible. D:

Are there Born Again Mormons? I always thought Born Again was a specific denomination. All I know is that it turned my brother from someone who taught me about Stephen Hawking and was really into science and Dungeons and Dragons into someone that doesn’t say anything that’s not Jesus related and still has a hard time calling the person I married “my wife.”

I remember when I came out, I talked to my dad on the phone and expressed my concern re: my brother’s support, and my somewhat Catholic dad was like, “In my day we called them Jesus Freaks and we didn’t really pay attention to them if we could help it.”

cannibalcoalition:

I am ranting now because of something that my aunt (no, not that aunt but thank you for remembering) has been saying for a long time. She has become a born-again Baptist and believes that she and her side of the family are going to be Raptured.

She hasn’t said this to me specifically, but it has…

Maybe it’s a Born Again thing? My one brother’s a Born Again and I’m pretty sure he’s said something like this before.

Shortly before he says that Jesus cures depression.

not-a-comedian:

a lot of blue-foot burb

outofcontextdnd:

Me: Roll over.

GM: The hedgehog rolls over. It’s adorable.

Me: Stay.

GM: You take a few steps away. The hedgehog remains where it is.

Me: Heel.

GM: The hedgehog heals you for 5 HP.

Me: Holy shit.