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    stankydro:

fierrrrrrce:

IM SPEECHLESS

discussing street logic with guwop vol 1

    stankydro:

    fierrrrrrce:

    IM SPEECHLESS

    discussing street logic with guwop vol 1

    (Source: gold-kushkloudz, via ascendingl0tus)

    — 2 days ago with 213765 notes
    starwars:

It would be a shame if someone got a hold of the plans for that space station…

    starwars:

    It would be a shame if someone got a hold of the plans for that space station…

    — 2 days ago with 1069 notes
    afro-dominicano:

rtamerica:


Dozens of police departments suspended for losing US military-grade weaponry
Close to 200 state and local police departments in the United States have been suspended for losing military-level equipment transferred to them by the Pentagon, a new investigation found.
According to the media outlet Fusion, its independent investigation into the Pentagon’s “1033 program,” which equips state and local police departments across the US with excess military equipment, turned up an alarming trend: Not only did many law enforcement agencies fail to comply with the program’s guidelines, they routinely lost dangerous weaponry.
Already, the investigation has found that police departments in Arizona, California, Mississippi, Missouri, Georgia, and others have lost or cannot account for various types of weapons. This list includes M14 and M16 assault rifles, .45-caliber pistols, shotguns, and even vehicles.


"they routinely lost dangerous weaponry"

that is very fucking alarming, who the hell are they being lost to? the same white supremacists bastards killing every one??

    afro-dominicano:

    rtamerica:

    Dozens of police departments suspended for losing US military-grade weaponry

    Close to 200 state and local police departments in the United States have been suspended for losing military-level equipment transferred to them by the Pentagon, a new investigation found.

    According to the media outlet Fusion, its independent investigation into the Pentagon’s “1033 program,” which equips state and local police departments across the US with excess military equipment, turned up an alarming trend: Not only did many law enforcement agencies fail to comply with the program’s guidelines, they routinely lost dangerous weaponry.

    Already, the investigation has found that police departments in Arizona, California, Mississippi, Missouri, Georgia, and others have lost or cannot account for various types of weapons. This list includes M14 and M16 assault rifles, .45-caliber pistols, shotguns, and even vehicles.

    "they routinely lost dangerous weaponry"

    that is very fucking alarming, who the hell are they being lost to? the same white supremacists bastards killing every one??

    — 2 days ago with 3040 notes
    This is what’s going on in my city. As if Ferguson wasn’t enough. Not only did the crewman die but the robbery suspect had a BB gun and was fatally wounded. Which still gives no reason for cops to shoot over thirty times causing them to kill an innocent who was just doing his job.

    This is what’s going on in my city. As if Ferguson wasn’t enough. Not only did the crewman die but the robbery suspect had a BB gun and was fatally wounded. Which still gives no reason for cops to shoot over thirty times causing them to kill an innocent who was just doing his job.

    — 2 days ago
    #police brutality  #cops  #omaha 

    playstation:

    inFAMOUS First Light is Pretty Darn Pretty

    …and it’s out today on PS4 as a standalone download. More game details.

    — 3 days ago with 489 notes

    for-all-mankind:

    martinlkennedy:

    Select illustrations from The Rocket (A Ladybird ‘How It Works’ Book). I missed out on Ladybird Books when I was a kid thus my current obsession collecting them.

    A Ladybird ‘How It Works’ Book: The Rocket, series ‘654.’ Originally published in1967. Illustrated by B.H. Robinson.

    Featuring a modified two-engine Navajo-type missile, Manned Orbiting Laboratory, Lunar Gemini, and Telstar 1!

    (via afro-dominicano)

    — 3 days ago with 448 notes