Video 14 Feb 5 notes

kallichaos:

This is what the internet looks like to a sysadmin.

Cue ‘Pee Wee’s Big Adventure’ theme song.

Photo 2 Jun 11 notes whitedork:

Actual photograph of a white man returning to tribal life.
This is happening more and more often.

whitedork:

Actual photograph of a white man returning to tribal life.

This is happening more and more often.

Video 26 Mar 15 notes

"For those friends wondering, this special ‘red’ equality symbol signifies that marriage equality really is all about love. Thanks to the Human Rights Campaign for this effort. Please consider changing your profile today in support—esp if you are a straight ally,” - George Takei.

http://humanrightscampaign.tumblr.com/standformarriage

Video 24 Mar 18,054 notes

Party Hard!

(Source: fuckyeahqueenbeyonce)

Photo 28 Nov 20 notes whitedork:

Human values are not imprinted on the fabric of the universe because what it means to be human is always negotiable.
Choose cats.

whitedork:

Human values are not imprinted on the fabric of the universe because what it means to be human is always negotiable.

Choose cats.

Text 31 Jul 4 notes Officers who pepper-sprayed students no longer UCD employed


(UC Davis police Lt. John Pike pepper-sprays Occupy UC Davis protesters on Nov. 18 on the campus Quad. Pike, who was on paid leave for eight months, is no longer employed by the university, campus officials said Wedneday. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise file photo)

"The UC Davis police lieutenant who became the target of a worldwide outcry, John Pike, and a second officer who doused Occupy UC Davis protesters with pepper spray, Alexander Lee, are no longer employed by the university.

In response to repeated Enterprise inquiries about Pike’s job status, UCD spokeswoman Claudia Morain said Pike was no longer an officer as of Wednesday. She declined to say if Pike was fired or resigned, citing state law and university policies protecting the confidentiality of personnel decisions.

Pike, whose annual salary was $121,680, remained on paid leave for eight months after the Nov. 18 incident. He will receive no other payout from the university, Morain said. He remains entitled to retirement benefits.

The employment of the second suspended officer, who earned $57,060 per year, ended July 11, Morain said. The university has not revealed his identity, pending the outcome of an ongoing court case. The Enterprise has named Lee based on still photographs, video and university documents.

The Enterprise was unable to reach Pike for comment.”

Read More: The Davis Enterprise |

Audio 23 Jul 6 notes

Wugazi - Sleep Rules Everything Around Me [HD]

Life. I can relate.

Played 20 times. via Chaos Sleeps Here.
Photo 19 Jul 6 notes whitedork:

Member (Activist) in the Icelandic Parliament for the Movement and WikiLeaks advocate takes a stand for CommanderX, a long standing member of both Anonymous and the People’s Liberation Front. Please sign the petition. He is in need, as he is the only anon to face many, many years in Federal prison - and made it safely out of the United States.https://www.change.org/petitions/free-commander-x

whitedork:

Member (Activist) in the Icelandic Parliament for the Movement and WikiLeaks advocate takes a stand for CommanderX, a long standing member of both Anonymous and the People’s Liberation Front.

Please sign the petition. He is in need, as he is the only anon to face many, many years in Federal prison - and made it safely out of the United States.

https://www.change.org/petitions/free-commander-x

Audio 18 Jul 26 notes

White Stripes - Seven Nation Army (The Glitch Mob Remix)


That Feel.

Played 204 times. via Chaos Sleeps Here.
Link 16 May 9 notes #OccupyEdu Student protesters disrupt UC regents meeting Via @latimes #Occupy»


(Photo: Protesters at the UC regents meeting in Sacramento wore orange and called themselves prisoners sentenced to debt. Credit: Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

"Student protesters angry about another possible tuition hike disrupted the meeting of the University of California regents Wednesday in Sacramento, with some demonstrators dressed in orange prisoner uniforms and singing about “working on the chain gang.”

The regents were about to discuss a recent report about the treatment of protesters on campuses and then analyze the impact of the governor’s May revision of the state budget on tuition.

Officials have said a 6% percent tuition hike may be in the works for July’s regent meeting if state funding does not increase.

After 15 or so protesters began chanting and marching around the meeting, they ignored orders to clear the hall. The regents then moved to another room to discuss other business in closed session.

The protest ended after about 15 minutes and the regents were expected to resume their public sessions after lunch, according to a UC spokesman.

Student activists have staged a string of protests in recent months, clashing with police. In March, three UCLA students were arrested after protesters disrupted a San Francisco regents meeting with a “spring break” demonstration in which some stripped down to bathing suits and tossed inflatable beach balls.

In a November incident that was recorded on video and widely viewed online, UC Davis protesters were squirted with pepper spray by campus police.

Undergraduate costs for California residents, including tuition, room, board and campus fees, has risen to $31,000 and university officials have warned of more increases if voters this fall reject Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed tax hike.”
-LATimes|L.A. NOW


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