les-retrogaleries-de-gutsy:

L’introuvable “Les Masochistes” de Roland Topor, sorti chez Eric Losfeld en 1960, visible en intégralité sur le blog (et en cliquant sur l’image)

les-retrogaleries-de-gutsy:

L’introuvable “Les Masochistes” de Roland Topor, sorti chez Eric Losfeld en 1960, visible en intégralité sur le blog (et en cliquant sur l’image)

ethiopienne:

Make Your Move is an effort from Missoula’s Intervention in Action Project, a group of community organizations dedicated to ending sexual violence. Its campaign’s goals are to: 1) Engage men and women as allies to prevent sexual violence by increasing awareness and education about the dynamics of sexual violence and 2) Encourage bystanders to foster healthy non-violent relationships and interrupt attitudes, language and actions that support sexual violence.

(Source: facebook.com)

tacblog1:

sovereign-is-the-best-reaper:

happinessbythekilowatts:

the-altar:

pinnacleofbritishness:

Why the British don’t have guns…

The look on their faces was the look on my face.

Hammond’s reaction

Jeremy’s reaction is so great

Best show ever.

tacblog1:

sovereign-is-the-best-reaper:

happinessbythekilowatts:

the-altar:

pinnacleofbritishness:

Why the British don’t have guns…

The look on their faces was the look on my face.

Hammond’s reaction

Jeremy’s reaction is so great

Best show ever.

(Source: 90s90s90s)

(Source: juststark)

(Source: boooook)

(Source: nickdrake)

unexplained-events:
This photo was taken over 20 years ago by Todd Robertson during a KKK rally in northeast Georgia. One of the boys approached a black state trooper, who was holding his riot shield on the ground. Seeing his reflection, the boy reached for the shield, and Robertson snapped the photo.
I think the officer’s expression says it all. This child standing before him is being taught how to hate even though he doesn’t understand it. He probably doesn’t understand the difference between this and Halloween.

unexplained-events:

This photo was taken over 20 years ago by Todd Robertson during a KKK rally in northeast Georgia. One of the boys approached a black state trooper, who was holding his riot shield on the ground. Seeing his reflection, the boy reached for the shield, and Robertson snapped the photo.

I think the officer’s expression says it all. This child standing before him is being taught how to hate even though he doesn’t understand it. He probably doesn’t understand the difference between this and Halloween.