I’m gonna fucking go postal on 4chan I s2g
A woman can’t even think or talk about wanting equal rights/treatment without consequences, and they wonder why we still need feminism smfh
”In a textbook example of why feminism isn’t just a women’s issue”
What a weird take on it. More like ”in a textbook example of males reacting violently and threateningly to put a woman back in her place.”
Got my test books from the printers! The rest of them should be here in about 3 weeks. Sorry for the bad photos; this is why I’m not a photographer. :< The colors are much better and accurate in person. Also I live in a dark dungeon with black walls and a black dining room set so ya… bad lighting lol
This is why there hasn’t been as much Batman fanart lately; my buuuks my buuuuuuuuuuks…
This has been a psa about Aesthetic Attraction by me
lov yrself as much as birb lovs u
Despite a “dramatic” drop in crime rates within the last decade, Canadians are employing a surging number of officers, according to new research released Monday.
Between 2001 and 2012, the number of police officers per 100,000 Canadians increased nearly 9 per cent — amidst a crime rate decline of 26 per cent, according to author Livio Di Matteo, a Lakehead University economist.
Bucking the trend, the number of Toronto police officers per 100,000 declined five per cent over the same period, while crime in the city dropped 41 per cent — making it “an interesting example of how more police doesn’t always mean less crime,” Di Matteo said in an interview.
Published by the Fraser Institute think-tank, the report is just the latest to document the ballooning cost of policing across Canada, raise questions about the sustainability of spending, and suggest that the definition of what constitutes police work has become overly broad.
“At some point you have to look at if you are deploying police, and how many of them do you devote to your core function, which is fighting crime,” Di Matteo told the Star.
the heck canada
thank Harper for this one
A seagull lands on a sailor’s hat and takes a sip of his coffee. The sneaky bird perches on the head of Norwegian tour guide Ole Martin Dahle then dips its beak into his mug for a morning caffeine fix. The seagull was photographed by 55 year old professional photographer Andrew Astbury, whilst on a week-long trip in the county of Nord-Trondelag in Norway.
Picture: Andrew Astbury/HotSpot Media (via Pictures of the day: 27 August 2014 - Telegraph)
I aspire to receive this type of hate mail.
luv my liberal communists