Haute Culture

Mark. 21. Pitt student.
gayblooddrive:

"City Council Monday unanimously passed a Will of Council resolution urging Congress to repeal such a ban on blood, organ, & tissue donations from gay men. Councilman Dan Gilman, who sponsored the resolution, said the policy — which is meant to prevent HIV from entering the donated blood supply — is discriminatory and based on fear, not science.”
Way to go Pittsburgh!

gayblooddrive:

"City Council Monday unanimously passed a Will of Council resolution urging Congress to repeal such a ban on blood, organ, & tissue donations from gay men. Councilman Dan Gilman, who sponsored the resolution, said the policy — which is meant to prevent HIV from entering the donated blood supply — is discriminatory and based on fear, not science.”

Way to go Pittsburgh!

(via halliburtonteen)

dekutree:

fencehopping:

Chameleon hatching

humans are fucking pathetic look at this little nigga come out of his egg on his own no crying no helpless “wah wah cut my umbilical cord” bullshit he come out and he already on the hunt for reptilian pussy no fear no games. and we’re the evolved species? smh

(via kegelgod)

The valkyrie at my side is shouting and laughing with the pure, hateful, bloodthirsty joy of the slaughter. And so am I. The fire, baby. It’ll burn us both. There’s no place in this world for our kind of fire. My warrior woman. My valkyrie. You’ll always be mine. Always. And never

Dwight McCarthy (via sedis-mutabilis)

#sin city #dwight mccarthy #quotes

haleyscomett-art:

I FOUND IT

NO ONE BELIEVED ME WHEN I SAID I HEARD AN ICE CREAM TRUCK DROPIN BEATS DOWN THE STREET

NOW I HAVE A VID TO PROVE IT OMG I’M SO HAPPY I DIDN’T IMAGINE IT YOU GUYS HAVE NO IDEA HOW HAPPY THIS MAKES ME

(via the-black-angles)

aljazeeraamerica:

Abu Ghraib closes, bitter memories of torture remain

The prison at Abu Ghraib was notorious for its treatment of those confined within its walls long before U.S. Army Private Lynndie England dragged a naked Iraqi prisoner around on a dog leash.
Located some nine miles west of Baghdad in the Abu Ghraib district, Iraqis steered clear of the huge prison complex where, for decades, political prisoners brought there would disappear, and only wails of torture could be heard through the metal bars that covered its high windows. Executions ran into the hundreds per year. Relatives coming to find even the bodies of their loved ones often left with nothing.
Now, after struggling to maintain order over a system that houses over two thousand detainees, the Iraqi government has announced it is closing Abu Ghraib’s doors and transferring its inmates to other prisons throughout the country.

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aljazeeraamerica:

Abu Ghraib closes, bitter memories of torture remain

The prison at Abu Ghraib was notorious for its treatment of those confined within its walls long before U.S. Army Private Lynndie England dragged a naked Iraqi prisoner around on a dog leash.

Located some nine miles west of Baghdad in the Abu Ghraib district, Iraqis steered clear of the huge prison complex where, for decades, political prisoners brought there would disappear, and only wails of torture could be heard through the metal bars that covered its high windows. Executions ran into the hundreds per year. Relatives coming to find even the bodies of their loved ones often left with nothing.

Now, after struggling to maintain order over a system that houses over two thousand detainees, the Iraqi government has announced it is closing Abu Ghraib’s doors and transferring its inmates to other prisons throughout the country.

Continue reading