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February 13 2017

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June 10 2016

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kimchicuddles:

Unicorn’s Revenge… 

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Jasmine Richards is the first political prisoner from the BlackLivesMatter movement.

17mul:

ghettablasta:

A jury found Jasmine Richards guilty of attempting to unlawfully remove a suspect from police custody during a protest. The technical term for the charge she was convicted of is “lynching.”

We must love and protect each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains

Jasmine Richards has been sentenced to 90 days in county jail and three years’ probation.  82,000 people have signed a petition in support of Richards and nearly 200 were waiting outside the courthouse chanting “Free Jasmine Now.”

Richards’ case clearly shows that with the support and unity of people, at least an image of justice can be served.

Never give up.

#BlackLivesMatter

@lmsig

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lacigreen:

fatgirlopinions:

Absolutely me

hearing this a lot from a friend rn.  it’s not okay for a dude to tell his gf what she’s allowed to wear.

March 11 2016

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dasbisschentotschlag:

Bastelanleitung:

January 22 2016

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July 10 2015

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This man is "waiting to die in prison" for selling two bags of pot


A Revolt - Digital Anarchy

Fate Vincent Winslow was arrested in 2008 for selling $20 worth of marijuana to a plainclothes police officer. Winslow was homeless and hungry, and agreed to buy weed for the disguised cop. Because of his previous nonviolent drug charges, a judge sentenced him to the maximum sentence of life in jail with hard labor, and no possibility of parole.
Clearly, life in prison is not even close to a fair punishment. Winslow writes, "Life for two bags of weed, people kill people and get five years." He's currently in the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola, serving a life sentence for being a "habitual offender".
Share to spread the word about Winslow's case, and end the war on non-violent drug offenders!



Even as more Americans toke up legally, many are still rotting behind bars for marijuana offenses.

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Brauchen die Bayern überhaupt ein neues Demonstrationsrecht? ...

Brauchen die Bayern überhaupt ein neues Demonstrationsrecht? Die Frage stellt sich angesichts von Geschichten wie dieser hier:
Dann greift die Polizei ein. Sie fahren — so die Schilderung — mit mehreren Autos an. Schon in der Fahrt reißen sie eine Beifahrertür auf, treffen damit einen Demonstranten am Kopf, drücken den Mann mit dem Kopf auf den heißen Straßenboden und legen ihn Handschellen an. Er blutet im Gesicht und wird in Handschellen fotografiert. Sein Wunsch nach einem Arzt wird mit höhnischen Bemerkungen abgetan. Die Polizei ermittelt wegen Sachbeschädigung gegen den Demonstranten, weil er mit dem Kopf gegen die Tür des Polizeiautos geschlagen habe, heißt es.
Ja wie, na klar! Wenn die fiesen Kinderschänderterroristenraubmordkopierer-Demonstranten mit dem Kopf gegen Polizeiautos rennen, dann ist das Vandalismus und die gehören weggesperrt! Das ist ja wohl völlig offensichtlich!1!!
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July 09 2015

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theotheristhedoctor:

homoette:

genderoftheday:

Gender of the day: gendered peppers

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Correct use of GIF

June 20 2015

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May 30 2015

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paigeygrillonefit:

Just gonna leave this here.

May 27 2015

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May 19 2015


Engineered yeast paves way for home-brew heroin
Advance holds potential for better opiate painkillers — but raises concerns about illicit use.

by Rachel Ehrenberg, 18 May 2015

Biotechnology is about to make morphine production as simple as brewing beer. A paper published on 18 May in Nature Chemical Biology [DeLoache, W. C. et al. Nature Chem. Biol. 2015] reports the creation of a yeast strain containing the first half of a biochemical pathway that turns simple sugars into morphine — mimicking the process by which poppies make opiates. Combined with other advances, researchers predict that it will be only a few years — or even months — before a single engineered yeast strain can complete the entire process.

Continue: http://www.nature.com/news/engineered-yeast-paves-way-for-home-brew-heroin-1.17566
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pardonmewhileipanic:

barrel-x-rider:

pardonmewhileipanic:

yourpunkassbookjockey:

alexbelvocal:

tashabilities:

Misogyny. Meanwhile, where’s OUR app to tell us how many women they’ve slept with, how many kids they got and don’t take care of, or how many women they’ve left sexually frustrated?

Please and thank you

Or how many women they’ve assaulted, slandered, lead on for sex.

men LOVE to talk shit about women who are sexually active, while feeling like GODS for sleeping with as many women as possible 

if you think a woman is spoiled after being touched, maybe you should take a look at your own damn hands

Maybe if they had an app like this, they’d be able to actually find the damn clit

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