Not Marlo Thomas.
Definitely Not Maxi Priest and Shaggy.
Man gets shock of his life when he buys two toy poodles for $150 only to be told by a vet that they are actually GIANT RODENTS pumped up with steroids to look like dogs
RESPECT THE HUSTLE
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2305310/Man-gets-shock-toy-poodles-turn-GIANT-RODENTS-steroids.html#ixzz2Q0BjFEdn
Lmao! If you buy a poodle with a pink nose, whiskers and an afro, that shit is on you.
H/T @AnthonineP and @BKMovement!
Tracking the #youtriedit tag is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made in my life.
On a related note, I love Black people.
My favorite memory of Roger Ebert has nothing to do with a film review.
Years ago I was watching the NAACP Image Awards and he was in attendance with his wife, Chaz. Steve Harvey was the host. He was going around the audience to various attendees in what must have been some need to stretch time. Upon finding Roger without Gene Siskel, he asked him “where’s your partner?” Without missing a beat, Roger grabbed Chaz’ hand, lifted it and said “right here.”
Orlando Bloom & Condola Rashad To Star In Broadway’s ‘Romeo And Juliet’
Orlando Bloom (“The Lord of the Rings”) and Tony Award nominee Condola Rashad (Stick Fly, The Trip to Bountiful) will be the star-crossed lovers of a new Broadway revival of Romeo and Juliet, to be staged by Tony Award nominee David Leveaux at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. The production will also star two-time Tony Award nominee Jayne Houdyshell as the Nurse and Tony nominee Joe Morton as Lord Capulet. The Capulets will be played by black actors and the Montagues by white actors.
Um, yes, please.
The dog was named Parrot.
This was taken moments before Parrot was murdered by the cop. The cop drove his knee into the middle of Parrot’s back while stretching Parrot’s forelegs behind him, as one would do with an armed criminal. Without waiting to determine whether this technique would calm Parrot, the cop grabbed Parrot, lifted him off the ground, and brought him to the top of the concrete staircase.
He threw Parrot over the banister, down twelve steps, and onto the concrete floor. Then, the cop stood at the top of the stairs, drew his weapon, and executed Parrot. Aaron, the animal’s owner, cannot recall the number of shots fired. Witnesses state that Parrot was not harming anybody and was simply frightened by the cop. At no time did Parrot try to bite the officer, all he did was start barking.
It doesn’t matter if you are a part of an Occupy movement, PETA, Republican, Democrat, Independent Religious or not, if you are a part of the human race this should be a wake up call that something is very wrong with our society.
Isn’t brutally killing animals something that most Serial Killers do right before they switch to killing humans? - CP - Digital (A)
full story and petotion: http://www.change.org/petitions/demand-justice-for-dog-shot-at-d-c-festival
That’s fucking disgusting
This is why I’ve lost all faith in the police.
the exact same thing happening black people all across america didn’t do it
parrot was why they lost faith in police
“right before they switch to killing humans”
“switch to killing humans.”
- Started at a time when Black people were considered “Less than human”
- Shows Black people have no and deserve no dignity
- Used as a “Set up” to the joke (I’s gon sing you’s perty white folks a song tu-day)
- Used to de-humanize, belittle and make fun of those that are “Less…
Carolyn Edgar may be my new favorite person.
Of course, Perry also is out to punish Judith for turning her back on the Lord. Judith’s downfall is foreshadowed when she starts dressing like Kim Kardashian and drinking alcohol. In this sense, it may not matter to the film’s overall morality message whether Harley rapes or seduces Judith. Either she consented, or she asked for it. Notably, Perry screened this film for 100 pastors prior to its release. They gave him their blessings. That fact may be more troubling than the film itself.
I admit Tyler Perry’s films are not for me. Perry has achieved tremendous success by making films that are not only NOT aimed at people like me, but which are derisive of ambitious, professional black women like me. I’m sure many excuses will be made for how this pivotal “seduction” scene isn’t rape, or how I’m just a hater — the usual response to those who criticize Perry’s movies. Whatever.
I will never understand this man’s popularity.
Where before, I argued that in this new world, women were to be protected while men of color occupied a liminal space, it now appears that the white men have closed ranks and cemented their power.
And race? Race has become a mess — an offensive mess — where African-American men have become interchangeable, replaceable parts and where Glenn, who is Asian-American, suffered the ignominy of being tortured into giving up valuable information about the group and who was rendered helpless to protect his girlfriend, Maggie, from being sexually assaulted. While it was Maggie who was sexually assaulted, the writers made the sexual assault all about Glenn — his failure to protect Maggie, his anger that this had happened to her — to the point where he was unable to offer to her the comfort she sought from him. His shame overrode her need for help recovering from what had happened to her.
When Michonne shows up at the prison later in the season, she doesn’t speak much. She grunts, in fact; she is rendered as near-animalistic.
When Rick returns to the prison, he chooses to talk to the following people about whether he should go through with the decision to turn over Michonne. Hershel. Daryl. And Merle. Merle — who beat up Glenn and took Maggie to the governor — Merle, who has functioned previously as the person where all of the show’s racial problems are located. Rick doesn’t talk to Glenn. And he doesn’t ask a single woman in the group.
You can be mad if you want because you love the show oh so much. Claim racism and sexism are abounds everywhere. And it’s just a tv show about zombies. And blah blah blah. But beyond all that you know it’s true.