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14th December 2011

Photoset reblogged from What you need? Hit me up I got you mane. with 30,090 notes

smokinweedonthedaily:

pokingsmot:

oh my god

oh

my

god

LMAOOOOO

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3rd December 2011

Photo reblogged from Curiosity. with 643 notes

anarchei:

The Only Campaign Poster That Matters

anarchei:

The Only Campaign Poster That Matters

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3rd December 2011

Photo reblogged from Curiosity. with 58 notes

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3rd December 2011

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20th November 2011

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pitchfork:

Radiohead have announced a few new 2012 European tour dates. Pro-Occupy Wall Street artwork by Stanley Donwood.

pitchfork:

Radiohead have announced a few new 2012 European tour dates. Pro-Occupy Wall Street artwork by Stanley Donwood.

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20th November 2011

Photo reblogged from The Daily What with 1,372 notes

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: In a move to block important changes to the nutritional requirements of school lunches, the GOP-led House of Representatives yesterday voted to pass a bill that eliminates USDA-endorsed anti-childhood-obesity limits to French fries, while maintaining the status of pizza as a “vegetable.”
The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, signed into law by President Obama last year, set new standards for government-funded lunch programs, reducing the serving of white potatoes to one cup a week, and requiring that pizzas contain at least half a cup of tomato paste to constitute “a vegetable.”
The new spending bill keeps the status quo of two tablespoons in place.
“It’s an important victory,” said a spokesman for the American Frozen Food Institute, which represents such food giants as ConAgra, Schwan, McCain, Heinz, Kraft, General Mills, and McDonald’s supplier J.R. Simplot. “Our concern is that the standards would force companies in many respects to change their products in a way that would make them unpalatable to students.”
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack acknowledged the loss, but said the USDA would still do “everything it can” to provide schoolchildren with nutritious lunches.
“Clearly more pizza and French fries in schools is not good for kids, but it’s good for companies that make pizza and French fries,” said Center for Science in the Public Interest nutrition policy director Margo Wootan, noting that food manufacturers talk up the nutritional value of their foods while fighting regulations that require them to do better.
[reuters / image: reddit.]

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: In a move to block important changes to the nutritional requirements of school lunches, the GOP-led House of Representatives yesterday voted to pass a bill that eliminates USDA-endorsed anti-childhood-obesity limits to French fries, while maintaining the status of pizza as a “vegetable.”

The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, signed into law by President Obama last year, set new standards for government-funded lunch programs, reducing the serving of white potatoes to one cup a week, and requiring that pizzas contain at least half a cup of tomato paste to constitute “a vegetable.”

The new spending bill keeps the status quo of two tablespoons in place.

“It’s an important victory,” said a spokesman for the American Frozen Food Institute, which represents such food giants as ConAgra, Schwan, McCain, Heinz, Kraft, General Mills, and McDonald’s supplier J.R. Simplot. “Our concern is that the standards would force companies in many respects to change their products in a way that would make them unpalatable to students.”

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack acknowledged the loss, but said the USDA would still do “everything it can” to provide schoolchildren with nutritious lunches.

“Clearly more pizza and French fries in schools is not good for kids, but it’s good for companies that make pizza and French fries,” said Center for Science in the Public Interest nutrition policy director Margo Wootan, noting that food manufacturers talk up the nutritional value of their foods while fighting regulations that require them to do better.

[reuters / image: reddit.]

20th November 2011

Photoset reblogged from Gone with the Archie with 274,946 notes

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20th November 2011

Photoset reblogged from What you need? Hit me up I got you mane. with 29,443 notes

the-party-scientist:

mel-s-d:

bornbytheriver:

youthiswasted:

Emotionally intense images of retired Philadelphia police captain Ray Lewis - who has joined the #OccupyWallStreet protests - being arrested by the NYPD.

Captain Lewis has been outspoken against the NYPD’s wrongful use of violence against peaceful protesters.

From what I have seen, Ray Lewis’ conduct defines honor, bravery, and dignity.

There is a media blackout on images of his participation in the protest, and on his arrest:

crosscrowdedrooms:

It’s proved impossible for me to get this shot of former Philadelphia Police Cpt. Ray Lewis being arrested, published anywhere.  I was adamantly rebuffed by the Philadelphia Inquirer, NYT, local NY papers, and Newsweek, before even looking at the photograph.  One of the only published photos of this paradoxical and intense event is located here at the NYC Observer:

http://www.observer.com/2011/11/former-philadelphia-police-captain-ray-lewis-arrested-ows/

Make this viral and they will come.

Ray Lewis gets 2 posts this morning, because this needs to be seen. I’m not even sure why, but this pair of photos made me cry hysterically.

oh my god. so much props to this man. this country has turned into utter fucking insanity. 

FUCK YEAH PHILLY

This needs more notes, more people need to see this… Thank you for joining OWS Captain Lewis, I have the utmost respect for you. 

Really? Really..!? Peaceful and civil protesting, and still getting arrested.. I don’t get it.. 

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20th November 2011

Photo reblogged from Curiosity. with 68 notes

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20th November 2011

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25th October 2011

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21st October 2011

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thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day: Spotted in downtown Seattle.
As Sheldon Cooper might say: “Burger-Zinga!”
[consumerist.]

thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day: Spotted in downtown Seattle.

As Sheldon Cooper might say: “Burger-Zinga!”

[consumerist.]

7th October 2011

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thedailywhat:

Unfortunate Juxtaposition of the Day: Italian weekly gossip mag Oggi is giving away a set of knives with the purchase of its latest issue — the cover of which just happens to feature a photo of the recently acquitted Amanda Knox.
Subtle.
[mediaite.]

thedailywhat:

Unfortunate Juxtaposition of the Day: Italian weekly gossip mag Oggi is giving away a set of knives with the purchase of its latest issue — the cover of which just happens to feature a photo of the recently acquitted Amanda Knox.

Subtle.

[mediaite.]

Tagged: Unfortunate Juxtaposition

15th September 2011

Photo reblogged from Curiosity. with 33,168 notes

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15th September 2011

Photo reblogged from Curiosity. with 5,877 notes

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