bluntcrusher:

squad
violette-roses:

hair goals forever X
violette-roses:

hair goals forever X
violette-roses:

hair goals forever X
violette-roses:

hair goals forever X
violette-roses:

hair goals forever X
violette-roses:

hair goals forever X
anarcho-queer:

Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, adopted the ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ gesture after claims Mike Brown had his arms in the air when he was shot by police officer Darren Wilson. 
The gesture has spread all the way to Hong Kong, where protesters are experiencing a violent police crackdown on the ‘pro-democracy’ demonstrations.
anarcho-queer:

Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, adopted the ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ gesture after claims Mike Brown had his arms in the air when he was shot by police officer Darren Wilson. 
The gesture has spread all the way to Hong Kong, where protesters are experiencing a violent police crackdown on the ‘pro-democracy’ demonstrations.
anarcho-queer:

Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, adopted the ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ gesture after claims Mike Brown had his arms in the air when he was shot by police officer Darren Wilson. 
The gesture has spread all the way to Hong Kong, where protesters are experiencing a violent police crackdown on the ‘pro-democracy’ demonstrations.
anarcho-queer:

Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, adopted the ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ gesture after claims Mike Brown had his arms in the air when he was shot by police officer Darren Wilson. 
The gesture has spread all the way to Hong Kong, where protesters are experiencing a violent police crackdown on the ‘pro-democracy’ demonstrations.
themuslimavenger:





I no longer love blue skies. In fact, I now wish for grey skies. 
The drones do not fly when the skies are grey. - Zubair Rehman, after his grandmother was murdered by US drone strikes in Pakistan
Zubair’s sister Nabila holds a photo with a drawing she made depicting a drone strike that killed her grandmother.
tomjogi:

"CYBORG GIRL"
by
KILART (http://www.artstation.com/artist/kilart)
Pussy willow
queenofburlesque:

Dita Von Teese for Lifestyle Mirror.Photographed by Francesco Carrozzini.
queenofburlesque:

Dita Von Teese for Lifestyle Mirror.Photographed by Francesco Carrozzini.
martianteen:

me and fungusbabe at the die antwoord show!!!!
k1mkardashian:

alimarko:

these praying mantises look like they all have a charming secret

there’s tea to be spilled
k1mkardashian:

alimarko:

these praying mantises look like they all have a charming secret

there’s tea to be spilled
k1mkardashian:

alimarko:

these praying mantises look like they all have a charming secret

there’s tea to be spilled
anarcho-queer:

Minimum Wage Would Be $21.72 If It Kept Pace With Increases In Productivity: Study
The minimum wage should have reached $21.72 an hour in 2012 if it kept up with increases in worker productivity, according to a March study by the Center for Economic and Policy Research. While advancements in technology have increased the amount of goods and services that can be produced in a set amount of time, wages have remained relatively flat, the study points out.
Even if the minimum wage kept up with inflation since it peaked in real value in the late 1960s, low-wage workers should be earning a minimum of $10.52 an hour, according to the study.
Between the end of World War II and the late 1960s, productivity and wages grew steadily. Since the minimum wage peaked in 1968, increases in productivity have outpaced the minimum wage growth.
The current minimum wage stands at $7.25 an hour. In 2011, more than 66 percent of Americans surveyed by the Public Religion Research Institute supported raising this figure to $10.
The last time the federal minimum wage increased was in 2009. Currently observed in 31 states, the federal minimum wage translates to an annual income of about $15,000 a year for someone working 40 hours per week.anarcho-queer:

Minimum Wage Would Be $21.72 If It Kept Pace With Increases In Productivity: Study
The minimum wage should have reached $21.72 an hour in 2012 if it kept up with increases in worker productivity, according to a March study by the Center for Economic and Policy Research. While advancements in technology have increased the amount of goods and services that can be produced in a set amount of time, wages have remained relatively flat, the study points out.
Even if the minimum wage kept up with inflation since it peaked in real value in the late 1960s, low-wage workers should be earning a minimum of $10.52 an hour, according to the study.
Between the end of World War II and the late 1960s, productivity and wages grew steadily. Since the minimum wage peaked in 1968, increases in productivity have outpaced the minimum wage growth.
The current minimum wage stands at $7.25 an hour. In 2011, more than 66 percent of Americans surveyed by the Public Religion Research Institute supported raising this figure to $10.
The last time the federal minimum wage increased was in 2009. Currently observed in 31 states, the federal minimum wage translates to an annual income of about $15,000 a year for someone working 40 hours per week.
martianteen:

me as hell
gameraboy:

Donald’s Camera (1941)
dayzea:

She still has soooo much exploring to do!!!!!
Lost Coast, California.dayzea:

She still has soooo much exploring to do!!!!!
Lost Coast, California.dayzea:

She still has soooo much exploring to do!!!!!
Lost Coast, California.