BREAKING: Peaceful Protesters In Ferguson MO Get Pummeled By Police Officers After Their Chief Marched With Protesters
- I think the #ferguson PD is aggressively attacking protestors because they assume @CNN @ABC @msnbc & @BarackObama no longer gives a damn
- Chief Jackson did this. His officers did this. Women were attacked. He said he was marching with us. Lies..he set us up #ferguson
- And Chief Jackson didn’t do ANYTHING to stop the attacks and mayhem. DID NOTHING! #Ferguson
- LOTS of cops out right now. A short clash with the police after arrests were made. Live Feed Here: http://argusnewsnow.com/live #Ferguson
Fuck the police. Seriously. All this to protect a murderer.
Ninth Doctor + Sass Master
He just accepts it right away.
this makes me so happy and idk why
When you discuss the wage gap, here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Only white women make $0.77 to a man’s dollar.
- Black women make about $0.68 to a man’s dollar.
- Latina women make about $0.58 to a man’s dollar.
"to a man’s dollar"
You mean to a white man’s dollar.
when snape realizes he’s dying he doesn’t care, in fact he’s happy because he knows in just a moment he’ll see lily again
but to his great dismay he’s greeted instead by none other than james potter
who promptly envelopes him in an awkward but genuine hug and says with a hoarse voice, “thank you for taking care of my son”
Nancy Sinatra // Bang Bang
Now he’s gone I don’t know why
And till this day some times I cry
He didn’t even say goodbye
He didn’t take the time to lie
Tom Philpott, "Are Quinoa, Chia Seeds, and other ‘Superfoods’ a Scam?" (from Mother Jones)
Also worth highlighting is this section:
“Worse than superfoods’ origin myths, though, are their effects on the people in their native regions. In 2009, at the height of the açaí berry hype, Bloomberg News reported that the fruit’s wholesale price had jumped 60-fold since the early 2000s, pricing the Amazonian villagers who rely on it out of the market. In the Andes, where quinoa has been cultivated since the time of the Incas, price spikes have turned a one-time staple into a luxury, and quinoa monocrops are crowding out the more sustainable traditional methods.” (emphasis mine)
So not only are the markets for “superfoods” putting the foods out of reach of the people who relied on them as a dietary staple, but there are foods easily accessible to us that deliver all the nutrition at a fraction of the cost, both to our grocery bill and to the social/environmental toll.