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Missouri Crowd After Fatal Shooting Of Unarmed 17-Year-Old Boy: ‘Kill The Police’

Originally posted on News One:

fuck the police brurality

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — A law enforcement spokesman says a large crowd has confronted officers, yelling such things as “kill the police” after a police officer fatally shot a male in a St. Louis-area neighborhood.

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St. Louis County Police spokesman Brian Schellman says shots were heard at the scene Saturday afternoon in Ferguson, a few miles north of downtown St. Louis. Schellman said “a couple hundred people” came out of nearby apartment buildings after a Ferguson officer shot the male. He didn’t identify the person or say what prompted the shooting.

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Schellman says there were no reports of additional injuries at the scene, and the crowd was under control by 5 p.m. About 60 other officers initially responded to the area.

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The victim has been identified via social media as 17-year-old Mike “Mike Mike”…

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100 art therapy exercises to make your mind, body and spirit sing.

Originally posted on Tools to live an Inspired Life- Stuart Cline:

100 art therapy exercises to make your mind body and spirit sing at stuartcline.com.  I am always looking for new creative ideas for my self or the clients I work with. I hope you find this article as helpful as I did. I was not able to find out who originally created this article and whoever you are Thank You!!!!

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My best, Stuart at stuartcline.com

Pablo Picasso once said, “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” It’s no surprise, then, that many people around the world use art as a means to deal with stress, trauma and unhappiness – or to just find greater peace and meaning in their lives. If you’re curious about what art therapy has to offer, you can try out some of these great solo exercises at home to help nurse your mind, body and soul…

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Apology Not Accepted Dr. Drew

Originally posted on Red Hairing:


This blog post is a follow-up to a previous post entitled “An Open Letter To Dr. Drew Pinsky“. If you are unfamiliar with the situation being discussed, please take a moment to read the post and familiarize yourself with the situation.

Loveline: Highlights – Loveline Live Archive (04/27/2014).

If you are interested, listen to the first few minutes of Dr. Drew’s Loveline show  for April 27th, 2014 using the link above. This, ladies and gentlemen, is your apology, and it is not good enough; not by a long shot.

The segment begins with Dr. Drew referencing his own struggle with Prostate Cancer, asking that listeners donate to PCF.org, an organization dedicated to finding a cure for prostate cancer (notice that he doesn’t ask that you donate to the Endometriosis Foundation of America). The irony of this statement is not lost on us. Just three days…

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I should have seen you coming

Originally posted on Darth Pudding:

I feel that at this point I should be able to see it coming, pick up on the warning signs and prepare to wage war. I’m usually a fast learner. At age 5 after a brief trip to the emergency room, I realised the reason I was not allowed to eat peanut butter was not because I had been naughty or because my mother was an evil tyrant, but because peanuts can kill me. Those delicious bastards.

I learnt not to get attached to any character on Game of Thrones or any companions on Doctor Who. I learnt through observation that one should never ask if a lady is pregnant until she tells you herself lest you end up with a black eye and that nothing good ever happens after two a.m.

Yet, in spite of all this worldly knowledge (heh) I’ve acquired, I still get surprised by bad head…

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Raccoon Skull & Antique Documents – By Me…..

Originally posted on artgland:

This is a real raccoon skull, fully intact and fully covered in documents from an abandoned institution called Letchworth Village in New York.

This took me 7 hours to complete & measures 5 x 3 Inches. This is a great conversation piece. There are so many words wrapped all over the skull from one patient’s file. The patient’s name was “Rose Marie” and she was from Brooklyn, NY. These files are from the 1940s-1960s. I put her files into a lot of my work.

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Skull - Rhian

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