Thank God! He put that punk in his place.
If you don’t reblog this, get off of tumblr.
HAHAHA I reblog this everytime. I love his facial expression.
i like how he kinda swallows like he actually drank something omg
No one saw that, haha
we did it hockey fandom. we have a true forever reblog. im so proud. :’)
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD
IT IS NOT A HOCKEY ‘FANDOM’
WE ARE JUST HOCKEY FANS
Then why do we have all the characteristics of a fandom?
That poor guy
Street Fighter (1994)
I love this movie, no matter how campy it was.
Black woman shot to death for asking for help in a white neighborhood
November 7, 2013
Last Saturday morning at around 2:30am 19-year-old Renisha McBride got into a car accident in Dearborn Heights, a predominately white Detroit suburb. Because her cell phone battery was dead, she went to nearby home for assistance. That might seem like the reasonable and understandable thing to do, but it was the biggest mistake of McBride’s short life.
The unnamed person who answered the door didn’t offer to help the stranded teen out, instead the Dearborn Heights resident fatally shot McBride in the head.
Weirdly, Dearborn Heights police initially told McBride’s family that her body was found dumped in another area of town, but they’ve since changed their story, saying she was shot in self-defense on the homeowner’s front porch. Naturally, Michigan is a Stand Your Ground state — sound familiar?
As Rania Khalek points out: Even if that’s the case, and there’s reason to believe it’s not, the shooter still failed to call 911 after shooting an unarmed woman in the head, instead leaving her their to die. Does that sound like the behavior of a law-abiding gunowner who made a tragic mistake?
No. No it does not.
Police have asked Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office for charges to be filed against the unnamed resident who shot McBride. We’ll see how well that pans out.
This needs to stop
"Underestimate me and you’ll regret it!" -Seong Mi-na,SCIV
Happy Birthday, Seong Mi-Na!
Over forty years later:
((I will never not reblog this.))
Welcome back to Shaming Racists: the Halloween Edition! Ladies and gentlemen, I present:
Caitlin Cimeno, also known as Kt Cimeno of Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts. Employed at Our Market Package Store.
William Filene from Quincy, Massachusetts.
This is all public on facebook. All three pictures can be found on Caitlin Cimeno’s Instagram, @ktcimeno.
There’s no question that the three of them are racists, but Caitlin disgusted me by taking an unconsented picture of somebody else’s little girl, somebody else’s child, and using them as the target of racism for a facebook status. I’m including that too because how nasty do you have to be? As if the Halloween photos don’t answer that question.
Let me add that this stuff right here, EVERYBODY, is the reason you can’t darken your skin to portray a Black person. Because this is used to dehumanize us. Whether you intend to or not, you are perpetrating Blackface.
IT. IS. RACIST.
Caitlin Cimeno, Greg Cimeno, and William Filene are three of thousands. But justice will be served where it can. For them to make a mockery of Trayvon Martin’s death is disgusting, as is every single person praising them in the comments and every person defending them.
Look at how little value Black lives have in some people’s lives. Look at how today, yes, in 2013, our deaths are something to be laughed at, mocked, and our bodies worn as a Halloween costume. This is how we are dehumanized. Only one of thousands of ways.
Happy fucking Halloween.
PASS THIS THE FUCK ON!!!
TIP passed on: KT Cimeno’s work number is (508) 693-3000. They are closed on Sundays.
white people are fucking evil for this shit
put up dude’s job number
F**K ALL THREE OF THEM!!! THEY WERE WRONG FOR EVEN GOING IN BLACKFACE!!!
"It’s the most wonderful time of the year" for basketball fans once again as the upcoming 2013-2014 NBA Season draws near. 30 teams are back at it again to compete for the NBA Championship, but in the case of the reigning NBA Champion Miami Heat, to do one thing most teams haven’t done since the Lakers in 2002, and that’s being the first team to three-pear. Last season saw tons of injuries, the re-emergence of John Wall in Washington, Indiana Pacers’ Paul George garnering respect from LeBron James, San Antonio’s Danny Green breaking Ray Allen’s 3 point shooting record, and Ray Allen delivering one of the most memorable shots in recent NBA Finals history. This season preview article will also feature previews on each division as well as playoff predictions and for the first time, win-loss records. To kick things off, let’s start with a preview of the Southeast Division.
The Southeast Division: Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Bobcats, Miami Heat, Orlando Magic, and Washington Wizards
This should come as no surprise to anyone that the Miami Heat will dominate the Southeast Division, but what about the other four teams? The Atlanta Hawks always have been the second placed fixture of the division, but the Washington Wizards look to break out with its young core of players, including John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter, Glen Rice Jr., Al Harrington and Jan Vesely. But the Wizards aren’t the only team that has a young core of players that might break out, The Charlotte Bobcats (soon to be Hornets) also have a young core of players that consist of Kemba Walker, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Cody Zeller, and Al Jefferson. The Bobcats have been the laughing stock of the NBA, for having the worst records in the league, but it can’t be as worst as the rebuilding Orlando Magic. The Magic have a potential star in Victor Oladipo, and even more potential for a strong core in Arron Affalo, Jameer Nelson, Glen Davis, Mo Harkless, and Nikolai Vucevic. If the Magic can somehow maintain this core of players, and attract more talent around Oladipo, Orlando will have a team of the future. Here’s how I see the Standings of the Southeast Division.
- Miami (60-22)
- Atlanta (40-42)
- Washington (40-42)
- Charlotte (27-55)
- Orlando (26-57)
The Atlantic Division: Philadelphia 76ers, New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors
A huge power shift has occurred in the Atlantic Division as the Brooklyn Nets acquired Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry from the Boston Celtics, and Andrei Kirilenko from the Minnesota Timberwolves, to play alongside Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, and Brook Lopez and form an all-star super team. The Boston Celtics, the former ruler of the Atlantic Division, have gone into rebuilding mode, centering their attention around Rajon Rondo, who’s step into the role of captain, although he is recovering from a torn ACL last season. Boston should look towards Jeff Green, Courtney Lee, Avery Bradley, and Kelly Olynyk. The Celtics will look to rebound from last season, and hope to have a miracle season, sending them into the playoffs. The New York Knicks have some more offensive weapons with Andrea Bargnani, who last played for the Toronto Raptors, and Tim Hardaway Jr. from the draft. They also have some defense, albeit shrewd, in the form of
Ron Artest Metta World Peace. Could the Knicks actually “take it all” this year, or will Carmelo Anthony, J.R.Smith, and Amar’e Stoudemire give Head Coach Mike Woodson a splitting headache? The Philadelphia 76ers lost Jrue Holiday, but they drafted Nerlens Noel and Michael Carter-Williams, the former being injured. Now, they turn their attention to Evan Turner to lead the way. This season is going to be a long one for the Sixers. Meanwhile in Toronto…Rudy Gay and DeMar DeRozan will need all the help they can get from Jonas Valanciunas, and hope to have a decent season. Here are the standings for the Atlantic Division.
- Brooklyn (55-27)
- New York (48-34)
- Toronto (33-49)
- Boston (32-48)
- Philadelphia (20-62)
The Central Division: Cleveland Cavaliers, Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls, Milwaukee Bucks, and Detroit Pistons
The Central Division will be as hard nosed, and rougher than ever, with the highly anticipated return of Derrick Rose, and the high expectations Chicago Bulls fans have the upcoming season. The sky’s more than the limit for the Bulls, they would have to get past an equally tough Indiana Pacers squad that boasts such talent as Roy Hibbert, Paul George, Lance Stephenson, George Hill, a returning Danny Granger, and new additions Luis Scola and Chris Copeland. The Pacers-Bulls matchups have all the makings of being a potential Eastern Conference Semi-Finals or Finals matchup. Both Chicago and Indiana will look to not only give each other a run for their money, they can also give the Heat a run for theirs too. Outside the scope of Chicago and Indiana looking to make a serious playoff run, two other teams are looking to place their stamp on the division as well. The Cleveland Cavaliers look to make the playoffs for the first time since LeBron James took his talents to South Beach. Kyrie Irving has the makings of a superstar, and has back up from Dion Waiters, Tristan Thompson, Anthony Bennett, and Anderson Varejao. If all goes according to plan, the Cavs will surprise some teams, en route to the playoffs. Speaking of teams with potential to surprise…DETROIT BASKETBALL is back in the Motor City, as the Pistons look make it back to the playoffs with Josh Smith, Brandon Jennings, Andre Drummond, Brandon Knight, Rodney Stuckey, and Jonas Jerebko. This talented gathering could make some noise throughout the season, granted it may go unnoticed. In Milwaukee, it’s all about starting over again. Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis have left, and Larry Sanders, Ersan Ilyasova, and John Henson to carry the load for the Bucks. Milwaukee can only hope for a top draft pick in the lottery. Here are the standings for the Central Division.
- Chicago (55-27)
- Indiana (54-28)
- Cleveland (40-42)
- Detroit (39-43)
- Milwaukee (30-52)
The Northwest Division: Minnesota Timberwolves, Oklahoma City Thunder, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, and Portland Trail Blazers
The Oklahoma City Thunder look to remain the top team of the Northwest Division, but only time well tell when Russell Westbrook will return to join Kevin Durant, Serge Ibaka, Thabo Sefolosha, and Derek Fisher. While Oklahoma City will be a lock for the Northwest Division, let alone the entire Western Conference, let’s not count out the resilient Denver Nuggets, and their athleticism on the court. Expect big things from Kenneth Faried and Javale McGee to make the jump to being All-Stars for their team, that is when Danilo Gallinari returns, and the team will be just as deep and resilient to make a playoff spot. Speaking of fighting for potential playoff spots, the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Portland Trail Blazers. Both teams are mirrors of one another. The T’Wolves have Kevin Love, Ricky Rubio, Nikolai Pekovic, Kevin Martin, Alexy Shved, and J.J. Barea. The Blazers have LaMarcus Aldridge, Damien Lillard, Meyers Leonard, Nic Batum, Mo Williams, and Robin Lopez. The Utah Jazz are a team that have a lot of youth, and should be optimistic towards the future. If Utah can keep their core of Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter, Rudy Gobert, Trey Burke, Gordon Hayward, and Jeremy Evans, This Utah team could bring themselves to prominence,not since the days of Karl Malone and John Stockton. Here are the standings for the Northwest Division.
- Oklahoma City (58-24)
- Denver (42-40)
- Minnesota (41-41)
- Portland (41-41)
- Utah (33-49)
The Pacific Division: Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, and Phoenix Suns
The Pacific Division is going to have a shift in power in the City of Angels as the Clippers look set to become the team of Los Angeles, but let’s not count Kobe Bryant and the Lakers, just because Bryant isn’t going to be on the court for opening night, doesn’t mean he won’t make an impact, and change the landscape of the NBA. In Northern California, the Golden State Warriors are looking to make their way up the ranks of the West with Stephen Curry leading the way, and taking one step further to becoming an elite Point Guard in the league. Elsewhere, the Sacramento Kings are looking as bright as ever, now that they are not being relocated to Seattle, they not only have Chris Mullin as adviser for the front office, they also have Shaquille O’Neal as owner, which could help DeMarcus Cousins’ growth as a player. With Shaq helping Cousins grow as a player, will that translate with the rest of the players as well? Out in the desert, The Phoenix Suns have become Goran Dragic’s team, granted he has help from veterans like Caron Butler and Eric Bledsoe. The Suns aren’t going to contend for a playoff spot at any time, but Dragic is consistent, we may see another revival of the old run and gun days when Steve Nash was running the show. Here are the standings for the Pacific Division.
- L.A. Clippers (57-25)
- Golden State (50-32)
- L.A. Lakers (38-44)
- Sacramento (32-50)
- Phoenix (24-58)
The Southwest Division: San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, New Orleans Pelicans, and Memphis Grizzlies
The Southwest Division is going to be laden with as much talent and as much competition, much like the Central Division in the East. The San Antonio Spurs and the Houston Rockets are going to be fighting for supremacy in Texas, as the teams are a contrast of each other. The Spurs have the experience in the form of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker, and the promising youth of Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, and Tiago Splitter. The Rockets have some nice pieces of their own with James Harden, Omer Asik, Chandler Parsons, Jeremy Lin, and Dwight Howard. It’s going to be interesting to see how these two teams fare against each other throughout the season, and even against other opponents. The Dallas Mavericks are a team that’s stuck in the middle of the Spurs-Rockets talk. They have nice pieces such as Monta Ellis, Jose Calderon, OJ Mayo, and Vince Carter to help Dirk Nowitzki secure a playoff spot, but will they be able to make some noise against not just their state rivals, but the rest of the NBA? Elsewhere, the Memphis Grizzlies shocked everyone when they made their first trip to the Western Conference Finals last season. With much of murmurings surrounding Houston, the Grizzlies look to make their voices be heard with reigning Defensive Player of the Year Marc Gasol, Zach Randolph, and Mike Conley leading the Grizz, and their hard-nosed, grind it out, style of basketball. Down in the Bayou, the New Orleans Pelicans have a young team consisting of Anthony Davis, Austin Rivers, and newcomers Jrue Holiday and Tyreke Evans. This young team may have a bright future like the rest of the teams mentioned, but it all depends on how far this core sticks together. Here are the standings for the Southwest Division.
- San Antonio (55-27)
- Houston (53-29)
- Memphis (52-30)
- Dallas (39-43)
- New Orleans (38-44)
Those are my predictions for the standings for the NBA Teams. I will have other predictions for All Stars teams, MVP awards, and Playoffs. Keep it locked on I Got Next!