That awkward moment when you can’t tell whether he’s being serious or not.
His sense of humor comes out at the oddest times, bless his heart.
the militarization of America’s police force concerns me. I don’t think the police are impartial servicemen of the law who only want to see justice done. They’re a gang who have decided its going to be “us vs. them”, and they’ll do whatever’s necessary to get what they want, whether its legal or not.
If by “good cops”, you mean cops who won’t go out of their way to harm anyone or personally do anything fucked up? Yes, I think cops like that exist.
However, those kind of cops are guilty by inaction when they see their fellow brothers breaking the law, beating people or killing people and they refuse to speak up about it. The code of silence among policemen is rarely broken.
Any time theres a discussion on how fucked up cops are, someone always joins the conversation like “MY DAD/BROTHER/UNCLE IS A COP AND HE’S A GOOD GUY”. I’m sure he is, but I’d bet my left nut he’s seen his co-workers violating people countless amount of times and did nothing to stop it.
Desis: Don’t appropriate the bindi!!!
Desis: nigga nigga nigga
Arabs: Free Palestine! Pray for Syria! Don’t appropriate the keffiyeh!!!
Arabs: nigga nigga nigga
A King Cheetah, which is not a separate breed, just a color mutation. This particular cheetah is also brandishing something of a mane!
It looks like some kind of furry OC a prepubescent teen on DeviantArt would come up with. I guess even Mother Nature is not exempt from going through ‘that’ phase.
He looks so sick though!
These are cute.
IS THAT AN OTTER TEXTING A HEDGEHOG
The dino one is so cute
In honor of Easter, Marvel did an Easter egg checklist based on scenes in the First Avenger sequel. Some are obvious, such as the security guard at Captain America’s museum (Stan Lee), and the Helicarriers’ new engine, taking inspiration from someone’s up-close-and-personal look (Iron Man). You might have noticed something “strange” when Agent Sitwell lists possible threats, such as Tony Stark and Doctor Strange. Finally, a SHIELD/HYDRA agent “crosses” paths with Cap and lives to fight another day (Crossbones). I’m more confident to believe Baron Zemo will debut or Red Skull will make a comeback.
WINTER SOLDIER, by Liu Yan.
Award-winning animator Darwyn Cooke returned to the Dark Knight, specifically Batman Beyond, the property he worked on in the late 90s, for a new WB short celebrating Batman’s 75th anniversary. Cooke’s short features Terry McGinnis taking on a robotic Batman that resembles the character from The New Batman Adventures. At the end of the fight, Bruce Wayne reveals that there are seven more evil robots lookin’ for a fight, each modeled after a different incarnation: there are Batmen from Beware the Batman, The Batman, and The Brave and the Bold, as well as versions based on Michael Keaton’s and Adam West’s portrayals, one inspired by Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns and, finally, one that resembles the original version created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. Watch the video here if you haven’t done so already, courtesy of DC.
BATMAN BEYOND, by John Gallagher.
Looks like im startin somethin in a few months
Happy Birthday Dr. Franklin! 🎉 #morehouse (at Magnolia Hall at Piedmont Park)