Alans-Space
I guess I never caught that bug where you’re only supposed to care about your own country or your own local area. To me, 49 decapitated Mexicans is just as bad as 49 decapitated Americans and I know if there were 49 decapitated Americans in the street anywhere in the country, it would be like 9/11 all over again. It would be the largest news story for years - if it just happened once - but it happens time and time again in Mexico… and I guess as long as Americans aren’t getting decapitated, apparently the rest of the country, and especially our media, couldn’t give a damn and that’s part of what’s sick and wrong with this country’s media. And so, we march on as if nothing is wrong, as if everything is hunky dory, as if the war on drugs makes sense and hasn’t created these grotesque gangs that grow larger and more grotesque by the day - and it’s not because of the drugs. It’s because the drugs are illegal.
Cenk Uygur commenting on the 49 bodies that were recently found decapitated in Mexico and on the continued War on Drugs, which has claimed over 62,000 lives since just 2006 (via mohandasgandhi)

Ted - Restricted Trailer (by TedIsReal)

thespartanwarrior:

Friday Fitness Funny

I truly am not laughing at the guy. I love the intensity. Learn to love what you do in your own way.

The Shoes - Time To Dance (Official Video) (by noisey)

Awesome music video!

Andrew Bayer - You (by anjunadeep)

theredsgallery:

The dugout at Anfield during the Tommy Smith Testimonial game versus a Bobby Charlton XI on May 27 1977. From left to right: Steve Heighway, John Toshack, Tommy Smith, Ian Callaghan, Terry McDermott, Jimmy Case, Kevin Keegan, Ray Clemence, David Johnson and David Fairclough. Photographer Steve Hale: “This photograph was taken on one of those wonderfully warm late spring nights. It also just happened to be the night of Tommy Smith’s testimonial match at a packed to the rafters Anfield. It also happened to take place shortly after Liverpool had won the European Cup for the first time in Rome.
“The atmosphere inside Anfield was very happy and importantly for me very relaxed. That wonderful mix gave me the opportunity and the freedom of movement to sit just in front of the bench for a short time and take this image. You can see the happiness and the relaxed feel in the faces and body language of both the players and the fans. A sheer communion of joy. The ten players in the dug out would cost an absolute fortune now individually or collectively. However, nothing could buy the collective atmosphere of happiness, pride and joy felt inside the ground  that night.” 
Click here to buy a 20” x 16” Premium Framed version of this print from The Reds Gallery

theredsgallery:

The dugout at Anfield during the Tommy Smith Testimonial game versus a Bobby Charlton XI on May 27 1977. From left to right: Steve Heighway, John Toshack, Tommy Smith, Ian Callaghan, Terry McDermott, Jimmy Case, Kevin Keegan, Ray Clemence, David Johnson and David Fairclough.

Photographer Steve Hale: “
This photograph was taken on one of those wonderfully warm late spring nights. It also just happened to be the night of Tommy Smith’s testimonial match at a packed to the rafters Anfield. It also happened to take place shortly after Liverpool had won the European Cup for the first time in Rome.

“The atmosphere inside Anfield was very happy and importantly for me very relaxed. That wonderful mix gave me the opportunity and the freedom of movement to sit just in front of the bench for a short time and take this image. You can see the happiness and the relaxed feel in the faces and body language of both the players and the fans. A sheer communion of joy. The ten players in the dug out would cost an absolute fortune now individually or collectively. However, nothing could buy the collective atmosphere of happiness, pride and joy felt inside the ground  that night.” 

Click here to buy a 20” x 16” Premium Framed version of this print from The Reds Gallery

leekfixer:

Truth! By Wendell Berry.

leekfixer:

Truth! By Wendell Berry.