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apophisoffandoms:

  1. Strong Female Leads
  2. Dark Side of the Law
  3. Gay Main Character
  4. Dark Plot Already
  5. People of Color as the main characters
  6. Well Written Plot
  7. Time Jumps
  8. Calling People Out On Their Bullshit
  9. EVERYONE NEEDS TO GO WATCH THIS SHOW

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isafeye:

Everyone who suffers from social anxiety needs a friend who will

  1. help them order food when it’s too scary
  2. walk with them through crowded places
  3. help them laugh it off when they make a mistake
  4. not get tired of answering “no, you’re not annoying, silly goose! You’re adorable and I love you” no matter how many times it’s needed

and if you’re that friend, bless u for being fab <3

this is too accurate 

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masturbation-is-illegal:

marielovesgroban:

Don’t forget we have to wake up Green Day tomorrow.

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kingcheddarxvii:

Not the heroes we thought we needed but the heroes we really needed all along

kingcheddarxvii:

Not the heroes we thought we needed but the heroes we really needed all along

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just so we don’t have another “Coraline was made by Tim Burton” deal on our hands

saccharinescorpion:

The Book of Life

  • is directed by Jorge Gutierrez, creator of of El Tigre. he is the major figure behind the movie, having come up with the idea originally as well
  • is produced by several people, one of whom is Guillermo del Toro, director of Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, etc 
  • is written by Jorge Gutierrez, joined by Doug Landale, creator of the Weekenders
  • has several character designs by Sandra Equihua, Gutierrez’s wife and co-creator of El Tigre

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vixyish:

america-wakiewakie:

Body Cam: Cop Assaults Woman for Not “Rolling Down Her Window All the Way” (Video) | The Free Thought Project 
A Police Officer’s Body Cam captured his severe over reaction on film.
On September 4, 2013, University of Central Florida (UCF) college student Victoria King was pulled over by UCFPD Officer Timothy Isaacs for a minor traffic offense – a bad tail light.
The officer became obsessed and incensed by Ms. King being reluctant to roll down her window “all the way” to receive her bad tail light ticket.
The officer then escalated the traffic stop to violence, breaking out the car window, and charging Ms. King with two felonies and a misdemeanor.
The two felonies have been abandoned by the state attorney.
All the officer had to do was hand the woman her ticket and go on about his revenue collecting. Instead he opted for a power trip.
Instead of simply citing her, he began to require the woman to obey every verbal command he gave, regardless of having a legitimate function to his issuance of the citation.
Orlando criminal defense attorney John Guidry (www.jgcrimlaw.com), sums up the officers command:

“The officer’s command to roll down the window ‘all the way’ does not sound like much of an imposition. But it is an unlawful command, and as such, it is not much different than the officer telling Ms. King to stand on her head. Stand on her head? What possible connection does that have with writing a citation for a broken tail light? Well, it has none, as does the officer’s claim that a partially rolled down window is somehow a safety concern. It is not. The officer’s order was arbitrary, is not for the safety of the officer, and, in fact, serves no purpose whatsoever.
“If Ms. King is accused of ‘resisting an officer’ for her failure to roll down her window fully, Florida Statute 843.02 requires that the officer be engaged in the legal execution of any legal duty. It would appear, then, that before Ms. King is required to obey the order of the officer, the order must be legal from the beginning. Clearly, this officer’s order was illegal, and as such, Ms. King’s charges should be dismissed.”

Here is the body cam footage in its entirety.

Yeah, I knew before even watching the video that this would be a black woman getting harrassed.
She spoke calmly the entire time. She showed him her hands. She asked “why do I need to roll the window all the way down?” repeatedly, in calm, reasonable tones. He kept saying “for my safety” and when she asked him to explain that, he just repeated it. She was never a threat in any way. 
She mentions her own safety, in talking about why she refused to roll the window all the way down.  When he suddenly demanded she step out of the car for no apparent reason, it’s no wonder she didn’t feel safe. Cops have harrassed, assaulted, and raped women alone at traffic stops; many women feel the need to be cautious, because they get blamed for not knowing better if something happens to them. Or just flat out disbelieved.
She repeatedly asks him “What is the law that says I have to roll the window down?” and he says “the law is that you’re detained and so you have to roll it down.” Um. You’re detained because you wouldn’t roll the window down. Therefore you have to roll the window down because you’re detained. WHAT.
We also hear the officer say that she was advising she was HAVING A MISCARRIAGE and needed to get to the health clinic. Did you get that? He is AWARE THAT SHE IS HAVING A MEDICAL EMERGENCY and is still literally dragging her out of the car, onto the ground, and handcuffing her for no reason.
The only thing she was guilty of (besides the broken tail light) was driving while black.

vixyish:

america-wakiewakie:

Body Cam: Cop Assaults Woman for Not “Rolling Down Her Window All the Way” (Video) | The Free Thought Project 

A Police Officer’s Body Cam captured his severe over reaction on film.

On September 4, 2013, University of Central Florida (UCF) college student Victoria King was pulled over by UCFPD Officer Timothy Isaacs for a minor traffic offense – a bad tail light.

The officer became obsessed and incensed by Ms. King being reluctant to roll down her window “all the way” to receive her bad tail light ticket.

The officer then escalated the traffic stop to violence, breaking out the car window, and charging Ms. King with two felonies and a misdemeanor.

The two felonies have been abandoned by the state attorney.

All the officer had to do was hand the woman her ticket and go on about his revenue collecting. Instead he opted for a power trip.

Instead of simply citing her, he began to require the woman to obey every verbal command he gave, regardless of having a legitimate function to his issuance of the citation.

Orlando criminal defense attorney John Guidry (www.jgcrimlaw.com), sums up the officers command:

“The officer’s command to roll down the window ‘all the way’ does not sound like much of an imposition. But it is an unlawful command, and as such, it is not much different than the officer telling Ms. King to stand on her head. Stand on her head? What possible connection does that have with writing a citation for a broken tail light? Well, it has none, as does the officer’s claim that a partially rolled down window is somehow a safety concern. It is not. The officer’s order was arbitrary, is not for the safety of the officer, and, in fact, serves no purpose whatsoever.

“If Ms. King is accused of ‘resisting an officer’ for her failure to roll down her window fully, Florida Statute 843.02 requires that the officer be engaged in the legal execution of any legal duty. It would appear, then, that before Ms. King is required to obey the order of the officer, the order must be legal from the beginning. Clearly, this officer’s order was illegal, and as such, Ms. King’s charges should be dismissed.”

Here is the body cam footage in its entirety.

Yeah, I knew before even watching the video that this would be a black woman getting harrassed.

She spoke calmly the entire time. She showed him her hands. She asked “why do I need to roll the window all the way down?” repeatedly, in calm, reasonable tones. He kept saying “for my safety” and when she asked him to explain that, he just repeated it. She was never a threat in any way. 

She mentions her own safety, in talking about why she refused to roll the window all the way down.  When he suddenly demanded she step out of the car for no apparent reason, it’s no wonder she didn’t feel safe. Cops have harrassed, assaulted, and raped women alone at traffic stops; many women feel the need to be cautious, because they get blamed for not knowing better if something happens to them. Or just flat out disbelieved.

She repeatedly asks him “What is the law that says I have to roll the window down?” and he says “the law is that you’re detained and so you have to roll it down.” Um. You’re detained because you wouldn’t roll the window down. Therefore you have to roll the window down because you’re detained. WHAT.

We also hear the officer say that she was advising she was HAVING A MISCARRIAGE and needed to get to the health clinic. Did you get that? He is AWARE THAT SHE IS HAVING A MEDICAL EMERGENCY and is still literally dragging her out of the car, onto the ground, and handcuffing her for no reason.

The only thing she was guilty of (besides the broken tail light) was driving while black.

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polyatom1c:

fool me once, shame on you.
fool me twice, shame on you again for continuing to exploit my sense of trust. trust is not a weakness and should be respected, not taken advantage of.

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kandymation:

snowfallchesters:

you know who is looking fabulous today

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