Please keep this circulating. Cops are getting more and more brazen, know your rights!
good to know
Reblogging every time this goes past
People say that my interest in gore began because I was a combat photographer back in Vietnam. I saw horrible shit, but it wasn’t my interest in gore, it was my interest in makeup. Vietnam was like a lesson in anatomy where I got the gore right. The blood had to be the perfect colour, the next day it turns brown; I learned a lot. That’s where I got my reputation for realism because of what I saw in Vietnam. But I think it was just my interest in makeup that led to me being called the King of Splatter. - Tom Savini
click gif for film title.
Savini for lyfes
Police had been responding to a “disturbance” near the University of Tennessee when a house party estimated to be composed of 800+ individuals spilled out onto the street. Deputy Brandon Gilliam wrote in the report that when detaining Dotson, he “began to physically resist officers’ instructions to place his hands behind his back, and at one point grabbed on to an officer’s leg.” At some point, Deputy Phillips felt the need to begin choking Dotson to the point where he passed out — lethal force by any definition.
The deputy who assaulted the student was fired and the deputies who stood by were suspended. As it should be.
This dude made a rookie mistake. You never assault the rich white kids, they’re the only ones the system cares about after all.
LETS FUCKING CLARIFY:
A COP CHOKES A WHITE BOY AFTER A ROWDY PARTY UNTIL HE PASSED OUT AND GETS FIRED ASAP.
A COP PUTS AN ASTHMATIC BLACK MAN IN A CHOKE HOLD UNTIL HE DIED AND WE’RE STILL WAITING FOR SOMETHING TO FUCKING HAPPEN.
THIS IS WHY I CANNOT TRUST “THE SYSTEM”. ITS EITHER SUPER FUCKED UP OR ITS WORKING JUST THE WAY THEY INTENDED IT TO. and we all know which one is right.
This commentary is on point.
This photoset is all kinds of fucked…
how can people see this and still say it’s not about race when everything in the universe is pointing to the fact that it is?
Stayed up to late watching a movie. Already regret it for in the morning.
Photographer Benoit Lapray’s photo series, “The Quest for Absolute" focuses on the loneliness of famous superheroes, set in the beautiful, yet desolate landscape of the French Alps.
Very nice photoshopping
Go away Monday, no one likes you.