I just spent like 30 seconds straight trying to understand what was so special about “The unthe unthe uthe unhe un”
“The unthe unthe uthe unhe un”
why does that gif even exist
For that purpose.
*closes fridge door and hears stuff fall in it*
well… sounds like a problem for the next person
one time i was walking across the courtyard and some kids were clustered around where the seagulls always are and then this kid fuckin GRABBED ONE OUT OF THE AIR and i was literally so fucking amazed but all his friends were like “tyrone put that shit down” and “again tyrone?? really??” which is even better because it means he was a habitual seagull catcher
the other boys were just jealous because he gets all the gulls
the US is unreal like girls cant wear shorts to school, you can literally lose your job for being gay, and unarmed black children are brutally murdered on the regular but old white ppl r still like “what a beautiful country. i can freely carry a gun for no reason and some of our mountains look like presidents. god bless”
You know, being Indian, I have grown up appreciating the importance of non-violence. My country fought for independence countless number of times but the way we won was literally by not resorting to violence. We decided to just lay down our weapons and not do anything and just strike.
I think the power of silence and patience is really important, considering an entire country convinced the mighty British Empire to just up and leave because their colony wasn’t cooperating with them. They could have just burnt us all to the ground and left but I think they have a level of humanity that American militants don’t have.
Yes. I am actually sympathizing for the men who colonized my country over the men who call themselves the “leaders of the land of the free”. Even though tens of thousands of Indians died for what they were fighting for. There were riots and bloody clashes and torture and violence before the non-violence movement but at least both parties were armed and fighting for something.
Because nobody deserves to die without a fighting chance. Nobody deserves to die unarmed. Nobody deserves to die without an explanation that doesn’t involve blatant racism. I always knew that American militia made what wasn’t its business it’s own, but I thought it was understandable when they did it to other countries because that can be chocked up to international politics.
What is happening right now in Ferguson, Missouri is just so disgusting. People are silently protesting the death of one of their own against the government and what does the police decide to do? They decide to fire and threaten and kill their own countrymen for no real reason other than what, their skin color? I mean racism was always bad all around the world, but this is taking it too far. Nobody deserves to die just because of biased judgments made on their ancestry and genealogy.
I just hope that this ends quickly. Non-violence is the most amazing way to fight something because it makes you the better person, and the fact that something that is so peaceful can be treated like complete and utter bullshit is quite a step back for humanity again. And I don’t think the human race can afford anymore steps back.
why would you ever idolize cops when firefighters exist
yeah seriously have you ever heard of “corrupt firefighter”
what would a ‘corrupt firefighter’ even be. he put out that fire with a little TOO much water. he was a little rough with the cat he rescued from a tree for a little old lady