The Sun Emerges HD (by purduebob)

Police Chief Decapitates Boy’s Pet Chicken

A mother has filed a formal complaint against a Minnesota police department after her 5-year-old son’s pet chicken was decapitated by the chief.
Atwater Police Chief Trevor Berger said he killed the chicken on Aug. 16th because it violated the city’s ordinancethat prohibits fowls, the West Central Tribune reported.
Though Ashley Turnbull admits she had received warnings at least a week in advance about the ordinance, she said there was no reason to beat her son’s chicken to death with a shovel before decapitating it.
Turnbull said the chicken had been a birthday gift for her son, Phoenix.
“The chicken was like a puppy dog to my son,” Turnbull told the publication. “You wouldn’t do that to a puppy.”

Actually, cops have no problem killing puppies. Again, when positions of power are created in which people can initiate aggressive force with little to no consequence, it is only natural that sociopaths would gravitate to such jobs.

Anonymous said: the first day of class is always nerve wrecking. trust me, i know. but try not to be too nervous, things have a funny way of working out in the end :) i hope you have a great day! you are wonderful xoxo

Thank you anon c:

Hope you have a good day as well~

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I have classes starting thursday

Lighthouse by Bob Jagendorf


The automatic criminalization of black and brown bodies

and a racist.

I get the point of this picture, but a friendly reminder to please not put your finger on the trigger. Gun Safety 101, please. Only put your finger on the trigger when you’re 100% willing and ready to shoot someone at that moment. 

Ive been mostly content with life for a while. This feeling of loneliness feels odd, its been a while. 



Louisiana is drowning, quickly
“In just 80 years, some 2,000 square miles of its coastal landscape have turned to open water, wiping places off maps, bringing the Gulf of Mexico to the back door of New Orleans and posing a lethal threat to an energy and shipping corridor vital to the nation’s economy.
And it’s going to get worse, even quicker.
Scientists now say one of the greatest environmental and economic disasters in the nation’s history is rushing toward a catastrophic conclusion over the next 50 years, so far unabated and largely unnoticed.”
Via Grist

A long read and a must read.
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