latino-diversity:

Indigenous Quechua children from Peru

latino-diversity:

Indigenous Quechua children from Peru

astreana:

geewizsc:

#rp #IOS8 it just got real #lmao #turndownforwhat

this new technology is just helping people get wilder and wilder

astreana:

geewizsc:

#rp #IOS8 it just got real #lmao #turndownforwhat

this new technology is just helping people get wilder and wilder

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014),
dir. by Wes Anderson

ichigoocakeu:

바나나 우유

claudemonet-art:

The Hut at Trouville, Low Tide, 1881
Claude Monet

claudemonet-art:

The Hut at Trouville, Low Tide, 1881

Claude Monet

lilgivenchyprincess:

Actual factuals

lilgivenchyprincess:

Actual factuals

nezua:

rubyvroom:

Sorry for the extremely lengthy post on your dashes but this is so important

The world is watching, White America.

FIGHT TERRORISM, STOP COPS.

the-goddamazon:

I’m tryna be somebody mom at a Drake concert tho.

atane:

A police officer in Baton Rouge resigned Thursday after a local news channel revealed that he sent text messages in which he wished that fellow officers “would pull a Ferguson” on a “bunch of monkeys,” The Advocatereports.

Fifteen-year-veteran Michael Elsbury resigned on Thursday after text messages he sent to a female friend were brought to the attention of his superiors. In one message, Officer Elsbury — whose patrol included the area around the historically black Southern University — wrote that blacks are “nothing but a bunch of monkeys,” and that the “only reason they have this job is the nigger, nigger in them.” It is unclear what “job” he is referring to.

In another text, he wrote that “I wish someone would pull a Ferguson on them and take them out. I hate looking at those African monkeys at work…I enjoy arresting those thugs with their saggy pants.”

After WBRZ reported on the text messages, the female friend turned her phone over to police, who spent two days combing through it in order to authenticate the messages. At 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday night, the Baton Rouge Police Department had collected enough evidence to place Officer Elsbury on administrative leave.

On Thursday afternoon, he tendered his resignation.

Police Chief Carl Dabadie said that “it was gut-wrenching to believe that someone had that much hate in them, especially a police officer who is out there enforcing the law every day. It made me sick to my stomach.” Chief Dabadie said that he understands how an incident like this could “cast a bad light” on the entire department, but hopes the community can appreciate the alacrity with which the incident was handled.

“I believe this is an isolated incident that occurred between the officer and this girl,” he said. “I do not want this to become a direct reflection on our officers. I have 650 officers, and 649 of them work their butts off every day for the city of Baton Rouge.”

Some will still believe that cops like these are isolated cases.

There’s this one blogger I follow and they don’t follow me back but I weirdly look up to them so much…like they’re the big sister I never had n i admire them so much like I love this feeling

my blog is now halloween themed……i lov it