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Organizität.

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US Gun Insanity

imnot-satan:

mybine:

megdaline:

Dodgeball, Little Red RIding Hood and Kinder surprises have all been banned in parts of America because of potential harm to children, yet children can get gun licenses? 

(Source: oracleofdelphine, via freerunningislife)

flowseventynine:

Hong Kong Playground | Flow Goes Special http://ift.tt/1jhvv11

flowseventynine:

Hong Kong Playground | Flow Goes Special http://ift.tt/1jhvv11

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jennilee:

American photographer John Stanmeyer won the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year for an image depicting African migrants standing on the beach in Djibouti, holding mobile phones aloft in an effort to get an inexpensive wireless signal from neighboring Somalia so they could reach family abroad. The World Press Organization announced the winners of the 57th annual contest at a press conference February 14 in Amsterdam. (via PDNPulse » John Stanmeyer Wins 2013 World Press Photo of the Year)

jennilee:

American photographer John Stanmeyer won the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year for an image depicting African migrants standing on the beach in Djibouti, holding mobile phones aloft in an effort to get an inexpensive wireless signal from neighboring Somalia so they could reach family abroad. The World Press Organization announced the winners of the 57th annual contest at a press conference February 14 in Amsterdam. (via PDNPulse » John Stanmeyer Wins 2013 World Press Photo of the Year)

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criminalwisdom:

CRACKING HEADS, TUESDAY 18 JUNE 1935

A scene from the Battle of Ballantyne Pier, the first time police used tear gas against civilians in Canada. For more of the story, check out The Battle of Ballantyne Pier: An Injury to One is an Injury to All, a new comic by David Lester for the Graphic History Collective.
Source: City of Vancouver Archives #371-1127

(Via pasttensevancouver)

criminalwisdom:

CRACKING HEADS, TUESDAY 18 JUNE 1935

A scene from the Battle of Ballantyne Pier, the first time police used tear gas against civilians in Canada. For more of the story, check out The Battle of Ballantyne Pier: An Injury to One is an Injury to All, a new comic by David Lester for the Graphic History Collective.

Source: City of Vancouver Archives #371-1127

(Via pasttensevancouver)

(Source: searcharchives.vancouver.ca)

Parkour in Iran

Balancing at the Stockholm Parkour Academy

Balancing at the Stockholm Parkour Academy

bassman5911:

Mika by Joseph Cross
street-art:

sport does not discriminate on grounds of race, religion, politics, gender or otherwise- street art in action video on theguardian (via theguardian.com)

street-art:

sport does not discriminate on grounds of race, religion, politics, gender or otherwise
- street art in action video on theguardian (via theguardian.com)

"DEAR SUBSCRIBER, YOU ARE REGISTERED AS A PARTICIPANT IN A MASS DISTURBANCE."

Ukraine government texts ominous Orwellian message directly to cell phones of protesters (via thinksquad)

"illegal to cover one’s face, wear a helmet, set up tents, or use a sound system in what was formerly a peaceful assembly"

That’s illegal in Germany too.

(via stoweboyd)

dr0fn0thing:

new facebook trend: no face look thumbs up

dr0fn0thing:

new facebook trend: no face look
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Mirror Protest in Kiev, Ukraine

Mirror Protest in Kiev, Ukraine

psychonautik:

(via Photography By Thomas Hoepker)

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