Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Dimello and H.R Giger write a show.
Just watch it
I know most “last night in my dream” stories aren’t that interesting. but, like, mine was several different weird dreams rolled into one?
Like in one part my mom died but also not really?
And in another I was trying to deliver a package but the city I was in had AWFUL infrastructure to do so. Like, the interstate went through the runway of an airport and you just kinda had to watch out for planes.
And during that I was trying to set up hanging out with Voldey (who I’ve never spoken to, but I vividly remember it being Voldey) when he maybe came through where I lived.
Also I was helping tear down and/or set up a play my dead but not really dead mom had started putting together but never finished because…well…dead.
It was just a lot to take in.
SEASON 2 IS OUT?
If you know where to look…
I relate to both sides of this tbh
After Michael Brown’s shooting in Ferguson, the opinion departments of Guardian US and the St Louis Post-Dispatch partnered to gather readers’ stories from around the world of being racially profiled by police. Our hope is that this sampling will help spur empathy – and then action, everywhere.
You can read all 18 stories at Comment is free. Do you have an experience to share? Tell us using the #FergusonVoices hashtag.
There’s been an update with @PsykoUK’s ordeal and im sickened. These racist thugs that are the metropolitan police found it was ok to detain him without probable cause. For simply sticking up for 3 eleven year old girls who did not have their Oyster cards, he was criminalised for being black. The worst part about this is that there will be no justice. Take a good look at Institutional racism and white supremacy here folks. Absolutely disgusting.
This is absolutely unacceptable. This happens to young black people all the time, it needs to stop. REBLOG. This NEEDS to go viral otherwise the MET police will just sweep it under the carpet
two of my facebook friends just shared something from upworthy and I thought “Hmm…that story sounds like something I heard on the TED Radio Hour yesterday” and when I clicked on the link, it said “This post is part of a special partnership with TED where we’ll feature hand-picked talks from the always-excellent TED Radio Hour on NPR.”
So basically, I’m a genius. Who listens to SO MUCH NPR
Accidentally hurting someone vs. accidentally hurting an animal