Almost got into a car accident, spilled juice all over myself and the dude selling the pomegranates at the market, somehow ran into the scumlord to rule all scumlords (roman) who needed to tell me how beautiful I am, and I’m late to school. Paid my rent, twelve days late, only have $100 to last me two months, and every relationship in my life is currently a catastrophe. Ha, today was a good day…
First uc bus of the quarter #killme
Something about getting rid of my bed frame and only having a mattress on the ground makes me feel like its more socially acceptable to smoke in bed on the regs.
I’m a stupid jerk face.
Trying to up by internet presence/ internet relevance.
Maybe I’m just feeling weird, it is almost 2am.
Click to listen or download the 4th episode of the power and politics of poetry featuring Sasha.
Oh shit, was I on free radio again? Yeah you caught me, I was on free radio again.
What do you call a dog with small legs???????
dear tumblr, welcome to racism. i found this on a pro-romney website. fuck it up
What the fuck…
NYPD officers stop-and-frisk black teen for being ‘a f*cking mutt’
New York Police Department officers berated a young African-American man named Alvin during a so-called stop-and-frisk in 2011, an audio recording obtained by The Nation revealed.
In the clip, the officers tell Alvin that he is being stopped because he kept looking at them with his hood up. As he was being searched, one officer threatened to arrest Alvin for “being a fucking mutt.” Another officer added: “Dude, I’m gonna break your fuckin’ arm, then I’m gonna punch you in the fuckin’ face.”
But the officers were apparently unable to find anything illegal on Alvin and he was not arrested.
“He grabbed me by my bookbag and he started pushing me down. So I’m going backwards like down the hill and he just kept pushing me, pushing me, it looked like he we was going to hit me. I felt like they was trying to make me resist or fight back,” Alvin told The Nation.
New York City’s controversial stop-and-frisk policy allows police officers to stop, question and search anyone who looks suspicious. The policy is aimed at finding illegal guns and drugs, but has face a slew of criticism from those who contend the aggressive searches target ethnic minorities.
The NYPD detained 684,330 people in 2011 under the city’s stop-and-frisk policy. At least nine out of 10 people stopped were innocent, and 87 percent of them were either black or Latino.