“Don’t be in such a hurry to condemn a person because he doesn’t do what you do, or think as you think. There was a time when you didn’t know what you know today.”—Malcolm X (via life-nature-randomness)
Bryce Masters, 17, was on his way to his friend’s house to play XBox games with him on Sunday afternoon, when unfortunately for him a woman whose name was associated with the car he was driving had an outstanding arrest warrant. As Bryce stopped in front of his friend’s house, a police car pulled in behind him.
Yesterday, police in Independence, MO tased teenager Bryce Masters during what they call a “routine traffic stop” for a minor warrant. Witnesses say that the police used excessive force on the teen, the son of a Kansas City, MO police officer, while trying to pull him out of his car.
Today marks my 572nd day living in a van with my partner and dog. In January 2013, we left New England to run our website development company out of our 1987 VW Vanagon. Our life over the past year and a half has consisted of 80 square feet of living space, 30,000+ miles, 32 states, and 1,433 hours
The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and Auckland University of Technology have collected a squid and are going to be examining it live on the web for everyone to see. This isn’t just some ordinary squid; this is a colossal squid, and only two specimens have ever been recovered intact. The last specimen was examined in 2008.