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arsenalian:

that moment

arsenalian:

that moment

cull3nblaze:

"70% of the earth is covered by water… the rest is covered by Manuel Neuer."

Manuel Neuer World Cup 2014

mrcheyl:

Hulk’s Rage x The Avengers

mrcheyl:

Hulk’s Rage x The Avengers

woah.

woah.

kifu-skywalker:

City of God

Thruth.

mexistran:

Tu y yo fajando en el camion de la basura…piensalo ;)

mexistran:

Tu y yo fajando en el camion de la basura…piensalo ;)

Pueblo Yaqui

Pueblo Yaqui

lachicanarosie:

doomthatbum:

lil-chingona:

lunaloverz:

verdugodiscos:

Fuck the San Bernardino city police.

Fuck da police

:(


:/

This makes me so mad because this man is just trying to earn an honest living He is selling flowers He most likely has a family that depends on him Man to man this piece of shit white cop can’t grasp that

Dicks

lachicanarosie:

doomthatbum:

lil-chingona:

lunaloverz:

verdugodiscos:

Fuck the San Bernardino city police.

Fuck da police

:(

:/

This makes me so mad because this man is just trying to earn an honest living
He is selling flowers
He most likely has a family that depends on him
Man to man this piece of shit white cop can’t grasp that

Dicks

fluidiq:

Puente de Dios Waterfalls,San Luis Potosí, Mexico

fluidiq:

Puente de Dios Waterfalls,San Luis Potosí, Mexico

thinkmexican:

“This May Not Be Our Country, But It Has Always Been Our Land”

Protest sign seen Wednesday in San Diego at a demonstration in solidarity with child migrants and their families. In the spirit of Yolanda López, Gloria Anzaldúa, and many more, its truth is powerful and undeniable.

“We want to be the voice of all these children. With their situation, their rights are violated by the government. We ask that they be treated with dignity and respect, to be provided with legal assistance in order to be legally represented,” reads a statement posted by one of the demonstration’s organizers.

Thanks to Kim Moore for sharing it with us.

thinkmexican:

“This May Not Be Our Country, But It Has Always Been Our Land”

Protest sign seen Wednesday in San Diego at a demonstration in solidarity with child migrants and their families. In the spirit of Yolanda López, Gloria Anzaldúa, and many more, its truth is powerful and undeniable.

“We want to be the voice of all these children. With their situation, their rights are violated by the government. We ask that they be treated with dignity and respect, to be provided with legal assistance in order to be legally represented,” reads a statement posted by one of the demonstration’s organizers.

Thanks to Kim Moore for sharing it with us.