Pastrami on rye, ya fuckin fuck

20 years old and still afraid of the world.

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humansofnewyork:

"It’s hard for me to materialize things into form. I’m full of regrets, I’ve got poor self-esteem. Every time I start doing something, I get down on myself and quit. I wasn’t a leader when I was young, and I fell into all the wrong things. Eventually I got into doing drugs, then selling drugs, and I ended up going to prison.""How’d it all end?""I was one robbed one night, and learned who did it, so I decided to get back at the guy. I wasn’t really thinking at the time. I was high out of my head, we were listening to Metallica, smoking PCP, and all my friends were yelling at me to do something. So we found the guy and I slashed him with a box cutter and hit him with the shaft of a steering wheel. I went home and told my mother that if the cops come, to tell them I was home all night. Then I took off down Ditmars Boulevard, and after I drove a few miles, cop cars started coming at me from everywhere."

humansofnewyork:

"It’s hard for me to materialize things into form. I’m full of regrets, I’ve got poor self-esteem. Every time I start doing something, I get down on myself and quit. I wasn’t a leader when I was young, and I fell into all the wrong things. Eventually I got into doing drugs, then selling drugs, and I ended up going to prison."
"How’d it all end?"
"I was one robbed one night, and learned who did it, so I decided to get back at the guy. I wasn’t really thinking at the time. I was high out of my head, we were listening to Metallica, smoking PCP, and all my friends were yelling at me to do something. So we found the guy and I slashed him with a box cutter and hit him with the shaft of a steering wheel. I went home and told my mother that if the cops come, to tell them I was home all night. Then I took off down Ditmars Boulevard, and after I drove a few miles, cop cars started coming at me from everywhere."

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micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.

Let us not forget their voices

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mymompickedthisurl:

"they broke me, bub"

This is from Old Man Logan, one of my favorite Marvel AU/fractured future stories.  It’s of a possible outcome of the Marvel universe, so not canon.  And it is fucking brutal.  One day all the villains unite.  No more ego, no more hubris, just an army of supervillains, and they take out almost eeeveryone.
Heroes are being slaughtered.  No one saw it coming.  But what do you do to take out an entire mansion full of mutants?  A veritable farm of power and ability, made even more dangerous by they familial ties.  They wouldn’t ever stop fighting to defend those that they love.  And worst of all, you’d know that you need to take out the Wolverine.  One of the most feared killers drawing breath on earth.
Turns out all it took was one villain.  Mysterio, the illusionist.  It’s clever, really.  Don’t kill the X-Men yourself.  Let Wolverine do it.  Make him believe he’s fighting to secure the safety of the younglings in the Academy.  Make him believe the only thing standing between the children and their death would be him.  Turn the animal on the house itself, and watch as people who love and respect Logan fight their own inhibitions about harming a family member.  Watch as they hesitate, and it kills them.
And when it’s all over? 

All you need to do is rip away the illusion, and you’ve done it.  You’ve beaten the Wolverine.

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