Stuck In Time
dearbabygiraffes:

marnla:

OH NO

It’s been 40 years and they’ve barely aged. Amazing. 

you realize it’s been 15 years since it started? show is about the 70’s not in the 70’s :P

dearbabygiraffes:

marnla:

OH NO

It’s been 40 years and they’ve barely aged. Amazing. 

you realize it’s been 15 years since it started? show is about the 70’s not in the 70’s :P


When cats can’t accomplish something, they just pretend they were about to do a different thing.

When cats can’t accomplish something, they just pretend they were about to do a different thing.

They see me rollin’… (Taken with Instagram)

They see me rollin’… (Taken with Instagram)

Sparkling (Taken with Instagram at Atelier S. Peters Hole)

Sparkling (Taken with Instagram at Atelier S. Peters Hole)

Wheel studs conversion time (Taken with Instagram at Casa)

Wheel studs conversion time (Taken with Instagram at Casa)

I’m so ready for it! (Taken with Instagram at Gareth Purves)

I’m so ready for it! (Taken with Instagram at Gareth Purves)

Because having exhaust on the rear is just too mainstream. Lol (Taken with Instagram at Escapes Escorpião)

Because having exhaust on the rear is just too mainstream. Lol (Taken with Instagram at Escapes Escorpião)

Fondmetal 2600B repaired (Taken with instagram)

Fondmetal 2600B repaired (Taken with instagram)

Once upon a time in Braga. (Taken with Instagram at Autodromo Vasco Sameiro)

Once upon a time in Braga. (Taken with Instagram at Autodromo Vasco Sameiro)

My Occupy LA Arrest by Patrick Meighan

darcibastiaan:

My name is Patrick Meighan, and I’m a husband, a father, a writer on the Fox animated sitcom “Family Guy”, and a member of the Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Santa Monica.

I was arrested at about 1 a.m. Wednesday morning with 291 other people at Occupy LA. I was sitting in City Hall Park with a pillow, a blanket, and a copy of Thich Nhat Hanh’s “Being Peace” when 1,400 heavily-armed LAPD officers in paramilitary SWAT gear streamed in. I was in a group of about 50 peaceful protestors who sat Indian-style, arms interlocked, around a tent (the symbolic image of the Occupy movement). The LAPD officers encircled us, weapons drawn, while we chanted “We Are Peaceful” and “We Are Nonviolent” and “Join Us.”

As we sat there, encircled, a separate team of LAPD officers used knives to slice open every personal tent in the park. They forcibly removed anyone sleeping inside, and then yanked out and destroyed any personal property inside those tents, scattering the contents across the park. They then did the same with the communal property of the Occupy LA movement. For example, I watched as the LAPD destroyed a pop-up canopy tent that, until that moment, had been serving as Occupy LA’s First Aid and Wellness tent, in which volunteer health professionals gave free medical care to absolutely anyone who requested it. As it happens, my family had personally contributed that exact canopy tent to Occupy LA, at a cost of several hundred of my family’s dollars. As I watched, the LAPD sliced that canopy tent to shreds, broke the telescoping poles into pieces and scattered the detritus across the park. Note that these were the objects described in subsequent mainstream press reports as “30 tons of garbage” that was “abandoned” by Occupy LA: personal property forcibly stolen from us, destroyed in front of our eyes and then left for maintenance workers to dispose of while we were sent to prison.

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