This is Buddy. He needed attention, and got it.
This was given to 6th graders at Milam elementary in Tupelo, MS. It is the 6th grade school. They were told to not speak about it outside of class and to not take it home. She snuck it home because she knew her parents would want to see it.
Common core strikes again.
Any veterans want to weigh in on benefits being received under the current administration versus the last one?
They suck. It’s like getting water from paper. The wait times are ridiculous.
Can we talk about the fact that the last question asks if you think Flag Burning is acceptable?
Democrat or Republican, you should never be okay with anyone burning the American flag. And if you are, get the fuck out of my country.
It’s nothing but some government endorsed emblem shrink-wrapped around people’s heads under the guise of patriotism to make folks ignore the obvious atrocities of this country against other human beings in the world.
"I pledge allegiance to the flag….” REALLY? That’s like saying “I give my unyielding support to my leather jacket…” What most Christian murricans forget is, “Thou shalt have no other gods before me”. I’d rather burn a flag than the bible (not it’s a contest; I am a Christian, and have no allegiance to any country, or any nation; only to God).
Burning a flag is acceptable, because free people don’t adhere to society’s patriotic propaganda. I have no issue with setting one on fire, because it’s as meaningless to me as dirty socks.
The United States government doesn’t give a shit about you or your well being. Why the fuck do you care about their flag? It’s not yours, it’s THEIRS. Nazi’s saluted emblems, too. Just sayin’.
If you need something to uplift your mood today, maybe this will do It.
Awareness of reality was shown to be well alive today, as an NYPD twitter photo contest –intended to paint a good picture of the violent police state– ended up backfiring.
Instead of photos intended to blindly support the violent police state being posted, the contest ended up being flooded with photos of the NYPD violently abusing people.
There were simply too many photos to count. Here are the results from a Twitter search from the #myNYPD hashtag event.
This to a victory for awareness, and a loss for propaganda.
I hope your day was made better by this event making it clear that masses of people continue to grow in awareness, exponentially, and that we are shaping a future for ourselves, free of violence and coercion.
Please share this info with as many people as possible, especially both people who already know what the police state does and need something to better their day, and people who justify the existence of a violent monopoly on force by any means necessary.
Ten years after playing the iconic role of Lindsay Lohan’s GBF in the classic teen comedy Mean Girls, actor Daniel Franzese has come out of the closet publicly as a gay man.
In a touching letter penned to hisMean Girls character posted onIndieWire, Franzese discusses his unwillingness to announce his sexuality for the larger part of his career:
I was twenty-six; you were sixteen. You were proud of who you were; I was an insecure actor. You became an iconic character that people looked up to; I wished I’d had you as a role model when I was younger. I might’ve been easier to be gay growing up…
More and more people are coming up and talking to me about it again, and especially adult gay males, some in tears … The reason I wanted to do it was that I didn’t see a young, gay, chubby representation of myself. … That meant a lot to a lot of people.
Of course, Franzese concludes the letter with his signature catchphrase:
We go Glen Coco.
Congrats, Daniel! We look forward to hearing more from you in the future!
Meanwhile, over at Dish Nation, Franzese discusses the “duh moment” of his coming out.
#ThatMomentWhen murderer-in-chief barry obama realizes he missed a few brown children, and their mothers, in his latest drone strike.
Everyone - YES!
Q:What is the new black??
"New black" is the stage in negroid evolution that follows "black" and is followed by "post-black"
for clarity, see:
- Zoe “People of Color Don’t Exist” Saldana
- Don “Bill O’Reilly Has Got a Point About Black People” Lemon
- Stacey “Romney 2k12” Dash
- Rashida “White Passing n Loving it” Jones
- Morgan “Let’s Stop Talking About Race” Freeman
- Kobe “Talking out My Ass When We Already Weary of You As A Community” Bryant
- Donald “Loves Raceplay” Glover
"New Black": yet another excuse to hate on successful black people and police their thoughts.
Post-Black is a subsection of post-race which is the “dream” of Martin Luther King Jr., but I guess MLK wasn’t black, either, by this idiots definition.
We just talked about this “new black” thing, and why the black community rails on other black artists (of any genre) when they get some success & positive notoriety, on my radio show this past Thursday.
People just need a reason to hate on others. It can be any little idiosyncrasy about someone, and they use it as a means to delve into their own narrow-vision of the world, and wallow in their “I’m better than them”-ness. And it’s not just black folks, but we are talking about “the new black” here.