did-you-kno:

Source

And that’s why they went out of business.

did-you-kno:

Source

And that’s why they went out of business.

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oaklandathletics:

Josh Reddick is climbing the walls while he waits for the regular season to start. #REDDICKulous! 

If you doubted him in not catching the ball in that controversial Game 4 play. You should take note… 

oaklandathletics:

Josh Reddick is climbing the walls while he waits for the regular season to start. #REDDICKulous! 

If you doubted him in not catching the ball in that controversial Game 4 play. You should take note… 

(Source: mlb)

  • 1 month ago
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3dlounge:

(at 3D Lounge)

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TRUE STORY.

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An idea what Attack on Titan Live Action is gonna look like? This is both awesome and terrifying…..

  • 2 months ago

I know Melo is one of the many stars notorious for traveling, but this made me laugh a lot.

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wfsp:

虹裏 may ストⅡⅤアニメスレ


Bison’s Crouching Roundhouse is too strong

wfsp:

虹裏 may ストⅡⅤアニメスレ

Bison’s Crouching Roundhouse is too strong

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anarchisthousewife:

lokis-army-first-lieutenant:

I don’t even know who this man is, but his tweet spoke to me; so I’m posting it here.

seriously fuck everyone who drives drunk

(Source: one-of-the-wolf-pack)

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anarcho-queer:

Transgender Teen Faces 1 Year Sentence After Fighting Off Bullies

TLTR; A 16 year old trans woman defends herself against 3 bullies who have constantly harassed her. Weeks after all 4 students were suspended, local police charge her, and only her, with misdemeanor battery. The Police Department refuses to recognize her as a trangender person so she would not be able to fall under hate crime protections.

When 10th grader Jewlyes Gutierrez, a transgender student, stood up to three bullies at her high school in November, all four students were suspended.

The incident made some local news. Gutierrez, 16, said she had asked an assistant principal at Hercules High School for help with chronic bullying a few days earlier, and gotten none. A school board meeting on December 2 focused on the incident. As the semester wound down, it seemed the story would stay in Hercules, California.

But a few weeks later, Contra Costa County Deputy District Attorney Daniel Cabral charged Gutierrez with misdemeanor battery. The charge came just months after California governor Jerry Brown passed a law enacting transgender student rights, making California the first state to enshrine certain protections to transgender students.

Now, a  petition—“Drop charges against transgender teen defending herself!”—has become one of the fastest growing petitions on Change.org, collecting more than 168,000 signatures since January 7.

(SIGN THE PETITION)

The alleged battery took place on November 13, 2013. Gutierrez is accused of slapping another student after having gum spat in her face.

On top of the petition, which was created by Gutierrez’s sister, supporters have sent Daniel Cabral more than 50 letters demanding that he dismiss the case. That could happen at a pre-trial conference scheduled for February 5, according to Kaylie Simon, Gutierrez’s attorney.

This is the first time Gutierrez has been charged with a crime. If convicted, Simon says, the maximum time she could face is one year, which might be served at a juvenile hall or a group home. She could also be sentenced to the Orin Allen Youth Rehabilitation Facility, or Byron Boys Ranch, which is a minimum security juvenile detention center. As the name suggests, the facility is for boys.

Jennifer Lopez, a journalist with the magazine  Everything Transgender in NYC, brought to light one part of that injustice. In an  interview with the TransAdvocate, Lopez recounted a conversation she had with Connie Van Putten of the Hercules Police Department.

Van Putten told Lopez “the transgender person is listed as a male on school records, therefore she would refer to the transgender person as a male,” Lopez said.

Because [Gutierrez] is listed as a male, [Van Putten] did not identify [Gutierrez] as a transgender person," Lopez reported. Van Putten then told Lopez that because Gutierrez was listed as male in these records, she “would not be able to fall under hate crime [protections].

Gutierrez still attends Hercules High, along with the other students from the incident.

I feel negative attention and energy around them," Gutierrez said in an interview with the  Bay Area Reporter.

Just because you’re different you’ll get picked on, name-calling, bullied, taunted, harassed, all those,” Gutierrez told NBC Bay Area in December. “I was just sticking up for myself.

The fact that this is in my hometown and being a victim bullying myself as a teen gives me a sickening reminder.

I just hope that charges against her will be drop. This is not right…

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