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Sep 21, 2014 / 250,315 notes

dreamswork:

I’m going to go start this series now brb

Sep 21, 2014 / 71,374 notes

snark0lepsy:

The Whitest Kids U’ Know x

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Sep 19, 2014 / 387,811 notes

knitmeapony:

I love my skin!

Oh my god SO IMPORTANT SO SO SO IMPORTANT

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Sep 19, 2014 / 83,724 notes

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panicrobot:

This man was our president for EIGHT YEARS. We are never gonna live this down

lmao

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I think it gets so much easier to let things roll off your back. It’s such a business of hurry up and wait, and if you let it get to you it will drive you absolutely insane…you get to the point where you just say ‘This is filmmaking. This is what you get paid for. Everybody is doing the best they can. It’s what you have to live with.’
Sep 9, 2014 / 4,501 notes

I think it gets so much easier to let things roll off your back. It’s such a business of hurry up and wait, and if you let it get to you it will drive you absolutely insane…you get to the point where you just say ‘This is filmmaking. This is what you get paid for. Everybody is doing the best they can. It’s what you have to live with.’

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descentintotyranny:

'To the point of death' - details of CIA's secret torture methods revealed
Sep. 8 2014
The Central Intelligence Agency took top al-Qaeda suspects close “to the point of death” by drowning them in water-filled baths during interrogation sessions in the years that followed the September 11 attacks, far beyond the waterboarding details so far revealed, according to an intelligence source.
The description of the torture meted out to at least two leading al-Qaeda suspects, including the alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, far exceeds the conventional understanding of waterboarding, or “simulated drowning” so far admitted by the CIA.
"They weren’t just pouring water over their heads or over a cloth," said the source who has first-hand knowledge of the period. "They were holding them under water until the point of death, with a doctor present to make sure they did not go too far. This was real torture."
The account of extreme CIA interrogation comes as the US Senate prepares to publish a declassified version of its so-called “torture report”, a 3600-page document based on a review of several million classified CIA documents.
Publication of the report is currently being held up by a dispute over how much of the 480-page public summary should remain classified, but it is expected to be published within weeks.
A second source who is familiar with the Senate report said that it contained several unflinching accounts of some CIA interrogations which, the source predicted, would “deeply shock” the general public.
Dianne Feinstein, the Democrat chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee that wrote the report has promised that it will expose “brutality that stands in stark contrast to our values as a nation”. The Senate report is understood to accuse the CIA of lying and of grossly exaggerating the usefulness of torture.
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Sep 9, 2014 / 89 notes

descentintotyranny:

'To the point of death' - details of CIA's secret torture methods revealed

Sep. 8 2014

The Central Intelligence Agency took top al-Qaeda suspects close “to the point of death” by drowning them in water-filled baths during interrogation sessions in the years that followed the September 11 attacks, far beyond the waterboarding details so far revealed, according to an intelligence source.

The description of the torture meted out to at least two leading al-Qaeda suspects, including the alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, far exceeds the conventional understanding of waterboarding, or “simulated drowning” so far admitted by the CIA.

"They weren’t just pouring water over their heads or over a cloth," said the source who has first-hand knowledge of the period. "They were holding them under water until the point of death, with a doctor present to make sure they did not go too far. This was real torture."

The account of extreme CIA interrogation comes as the US Senate prepares to publish a declassified version of its so-called “torture report”, a 3600-page document based on a review of several million classified CIA documents.

Publication of the report is currently being held up by a dispute over how much of the 480-page public summary should remain classified, but it is expected to be published within weeks.

A second source who is familiar with the Senate report said that it contained several unflinching accounts of some CIA interrogations which, the source predicted, would “deeply shock” the general public.

Dianne Feinstein, the Democrat chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee that wrote the report has promised that it will expose “brutality that stands in stark contrast to our values as a nation”. The Senate report is understood to accuse the CIA of lying and of grossly exaggerating the usefulness of torture.

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ourtimeorg:

attn: Why are US Healthcare Costs So High? Here is the Answer…
Sep 9, 2014 / 187 notes
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iwriteaboutfeminism:

Earlier this year, Baltimore Ravens football player Ray Rice beat his then-fiance Janay Palmer in an elevator, knocking her out. He was suspended for two games. 

This morning, TMZ released a video of the incident. 

Part 1

They terminated his contract this morning, but he deserves to be in prison for what he did.

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South Africa:

Young ladies train in Ballet in Soweto through The Joburg Ballet Development Programme

Photos by Madelene Cronje.

Brilliant

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refinery29:

We love how View From The Topp’s Kate Brien styles her Levi’s. How do you #LiveInLevis?
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Red keepin it real
Aug 30, 2014 / 133,936 notes

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Red keepin it real

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