December 4, 2012

SAMO© - Jean-Michel Basquiat - N.A.S.A. + Kool Kojak + Money Mark + Fab Five Freddy - Art + Music (by MOCATV)

October 28, 2012   63 notes
nationalpost:

After slitting his wife’s throat, Toronto man complained of unbearable burden of children’s insufficiently Muslim clothesThe night he surrendered to Toronto police, Peer Khairi likened himself to an overburdened elephant, painting a pitiful image of his life in the months before he slit his wife’s throat.“He said that it was unbearable,” Det.-Sgt. Peter Code testified Tuesday at Mr. Khairi’s second-degree murder trial in Ontario Superior Court. “He went on to make a comparison by stating that even an elephant, when it has too much weight on its back, will start to moan or cry.”For Mr. Khairi, the court heard, that weight was his family’s willingness to embrace Canadian culture after emigrating from Afghanistan by way of India. It was the fact that his children did not dress sufficiently Muslim. It was that his wife not only allowed this, but stood up for those freedoms, and her own.

nationalpost:

After slitting his wife’s throat, Toronto man complained of unbearable burden of children’s insufficiently Muslim clothes
The night he surrendered to Toronto police, Peer Khairi likened himself to an overburdened elephant, painting a pitiful image of his life in the months before he slit his wife’s throat.

“He said that it was unbearable,” Det.-Sgt. Peter Code testified Tuesday at Mr. Khairi’s second-degree murder trial in Ontario Superior Court. “He went on to make a comparison by stating that even an elephant, when it has too much weight on its back, will start to moan or cry.”

For Mr. Khairi, the court heard, that weight was his family’s willingness to embrace Canadian culture after emigrating from Afghanistan by way of India. It was the fact that his children did not dress sufficiently Muslim. It was that his wife not only allowed this, but stood up for those freedoms, and her own.

October 28, 2012   2,982 notes

designcloud:

Broken Hearts

October 28, 2012   32 notes

lustik:

The Skin of Hope, 2011 - Kate Just

October 28, 2012   129 notes
Is this third world corporate USA CS/IT genious or what ? Not not laughing my f*inng ass of (LMFAO)

Is this third world corporate USA CS/IT genious or what ? Not not laughing my f*inng ass of (LMFAO)

(Source: topherchris)

October 28, 2012   83 notes
nationalpost:

Obama campaign attacks Romney’s endorsement of GOP candidate who said pregnancy after rape was ‘something God intended to happen’

nationalpost:

Obama campaign attacks Romney’s endorsement of GOP candidate who said pregnancy after rape was ‘something God intended to happen’

October 28, 2012   66 notes

reginasworld:

” According to current estimates, as many as twenty million children are displaced by armed conflicts or human rights violations around the world.”

Invisible People” is to create moving artworks that bring up emotions of estrangement and anomie we all experience from time to time. ” – Ali Golzad

Are they on the line in USA ? Do they exist ? Do they have adults or parents ? Why is this art so moving . Who can see this a Woman and not suffer ? Female at all ? Suffrage ?

(via lustik)

October 28, 2012   141 notes
faisalalmalki:

Destiny II (Vatican)

Is this the rectory of the Vatican I care I am not catholic ? How do i know this could not be ROME though ? The outskirts of the Vatican or recieving areas out side of ROME in Italy . Has the Catholic Occupation of Rome allowed this ? In the city ,  county ,  or state or ROME ? Just saying .

faisalalmalki:

Destiny II (Vatican)

Is this the rectory of the Vatican I care I am not catholic ? How do i know this could not be ROME though ? The outskirts of the Vatican or recieving areas out side of ROME in Italy . Has the Catholic Occupation of Rome allowed this ? In the city ,  county ,  or state or ROME ? Just saying .

(Source: exactish.com, via zeroing)

October 28, 2012   58 notes
lareviewofbooks:

A really fun, smart piece by Stephen Marche.

lareviewofbooks:

A really fun, smart piece by Stephen Marche.

(Source: lareviewofbooks)

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