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September 4, 2014 at 11:02am
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Reblogged from brazilwonders

brazilwonders:

Pai compra tênis à vista para os filhos, é tratado como ladrão e dá uma aula de resistência negra para a PM.

A abordagem completamente inadequada teve revista corporal, forçou as vítimas a colocar a cara na parede, acusou pai e filhos de ladrões, com policiais gritando no ouvido do pai que ele havia roubado.

O desfecho só não foi mais violento porque a multidão reagiu: pessoas começaram a filmar a abordagem dos policiais e se uniram às vítimas. Só assim os policiais recuaram.

Nas cenas podemos ver que a indignação das pessoas vai se ampliando, os policiais são chamados de ‘coxinhas’. A moça que enfrentou o policial, checa o papel na mão da vítima e grita, ele pagou! Quando o pai consegue esticar o cupom fiscal e mostrar pra multidão ao redor, as pessoas aplaudem, gritam numa explosão de alegria e alívio, como se em uníssono dissessem, agora esses ‘coxinhas’ vão parar de violentar esta família. O pai, dá uma aula sobre racismo e esteriótipos contra os negros e diz:

“No Brasil somos 52% da população. Existe negro sem vergonha. Existe branco sem vergonha.” Alguém na multidão grita: Racismo! e o restante em coro: “Preconceito, preconceito, preconceito!”

O pai continua: “Chega de racismo neste país, chega de genocídio! Chega, chega, chega, cansei!”

O vídeo foi postado por Fabiana Alves em seu FacebookDe acordo com ela, o fato aconteceu dia 29 de agosto no calçadão de São José dos Campos, São Paulo.

August 17, 2014 at 7:00pm
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Paris.

August 14, 2014 at 9:53am
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Reblogged from thecartoonishpost
thecartoonishpost:

All Posts About Robin Williams.
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thecartoonishpost:

All Posts About Robin Williams.

August 13, 2014 at 3:39am
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thecartoonishpost:

Aladdin: Genie, I’m… I’m gonna miss you.

Genie: Me too, Al.

Credits: BuzzFeed.

August 12, 2014 at 6:44pm
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Aladdin: Genie, I’m… I’m gonna miss you.

Genie: Me too, Al.

Credits: +.

August 9, 2014 at 5:54pm
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RC Death Race on Devour.com →

August 8, 2014 at 12:27pm
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10 Best Online Color Generator Tools →

August 6, 2014 at 11:47pm
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Reblogged from magconbabe-matt
untrue-posts:

magconbabe-matt:

This shit better work

Not factual at all.
The last time there was a month with 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays, and 5 Sundays was March 2013.

The next time it happens will be May of 2015.

So unless your life is really short, you’re going to see this several times.
Even if it specifically refers to the month of August having 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays, and 5 Sundays, the last time that happened was in August of 2008:

…and it will happen again in August of 2025.

August 2837 doesn’t even have this “phenomenon” (though it does happen in May of that year), so any way you slice it, this post is

[Calendars from Calendar-365.com]

untrue-posts:

magconbabe-matt:

This shit better work

Not factual at all.

The last time there was a month with 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays, and 5 Sundays was March 2013.

The next time it happens will be May of 2015.

So unless your life is really short, you’re going to see this several times.

Even if it specifically refers to the month of August having 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays, and 5 Sundays, the last time that happened was in August of 2008:

…and it will happen again in August of 2025.

August 2837 doesn’t even have this “phenomenon” (though it does happen in May of that year), so any way you slice it, this post is

[Calendars from Calendar-365.com]

(via cinnamonmachine)

11:47pm
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Reblogged from chocolate-time-machine
chocolate-time-machine:

just did a quick test with this brush set and wow

chocolate-time-machine:

just did a quick test with this brush set and wow

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size is no guarantee of  p o w e r ,
   l o o k  a t  g i n n y

(via simplypotterheads)

11:43pm
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Residences

Until the late 1950s, YMCAs in the United States were built with hotel-like rooms called residences or dormitories. These rooms were built with the young men in mind coming from rural America and many foreign-born young men arriving to the new cities. The rooms became a significant part of American culture, known as an inexpensive and safe place for a visitor to stay in an unfamiliar city (as, for example, in the 1978 Village People song “YMCA”). In 1940 there were about 100,000 rooms at YMCAs, more than any hotel chain. By 2006, YMCAs with residences had become relatively rare in the U.S., but many still remain.

The YMCA of Greater Seattle turned its former residence into transitional housing for former foster care and currently homeless youth, aged 18 to 25. This YMCA operates six transitional housing programs and 20 studio apartments. These services are offered out of their Young Adult drop-in center in Seattle, Wash.

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10:57am
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Exploring New Zealand’s Haupapa/Tasman Glacier

For more photos and videos of the glacier, explore the Tasman Glacier and Tasman Glacier Trail location pages and browse the #TasmanGlacier hashtag.

Located between two of New Zealand’s highest peaks, Aoraki/Mount Cook and Rarakiroa/Mount Tasman, the Haupapa/Tasman Glacier is a huge river of ice that covers 101 square kilometers (39 square miles) and reaches 600 meters (2,000 feet) in depth. As the longest glacier found in the country, it extends 27 kilometers (17 miles) along the borders of Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park in New Zealand’s South Island.

The area receives a massive amount of snow in the winter, which melts southward into Lake Tasman by summertime. As the ice melts on the surface of the glacier, piles of stones and rocks from within are left on the top, creating what appears to be a vast plain of rubble. Although the layer of debris drastically alters the glacial landscape, it actually helps preserve the ice beneath and slows down the glacier’s retreat—and the dynamic environment attracts many ambitious hikers and climbers all year round.

10:48am
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August 5, 2014 at 11:25pm
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Reblogged from justinbenzel
justinbenzel:

Justin Benzel - “Dealt A Bad Hand”
from the 5th Dimension series
You can click on the photo for a higher-res version.

justinbenzel:

Justin Benzel - “Dealt A Bad Hand”

from the 5th Dimension series


You can click on the photo for a higher-res version.

11:22pm
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Reblogged from slowlyeden

Norman Rockwell reference photos alongside finished works

(Source: slowlyeden, via cinnamonmachine)