2. micdotcom:

    Powerful portraits of the Liberians who beat Ebola 

    To help humanize the overwhelming statistics, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and senior staff photographer at Getty Images, John Moore, visited an Ebola treatment center of the organization, Doctors Without Borders in Paynesville, Liberia. At the treatment center, survivors spoke about the brothers, sisters, husbands and wives they lost due to the disease. They also spoke of recovery, stigmas they continue to face in their villages and renewed hope.

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  3. sandandglass:

    Bryan Stevenson on The Daily Show.

    (via drunkonbooks)


  4. "What’s the worst thing I’ve stolen? Probably little pieces of other people’s lives. Where I’ve either wasted their time or hurt them in some way. That’s the worst thing you can steal, the time of other people. You just can’t get that back."
    — Chester Bennington   (via oceaniceyes)

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  5. thechronicferuchemist:

    Uterus, I do not understand your need to have a baby. We cannot afford a baby. I do not want a baby. Hell you wouldn’t even be happy if we had a baby. I find these temper tantrums you throw every month we don’t have a baby absolutely unacceptable.

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  6. ultrafacts:

    The name of the judge was Deborah Servitto, and this is the actual court ruling.

    Mr. Bailey complains that his rep is trash

    So he’s seeking compensation in the form of cash.

    Bailey thinks he’s entitled to some monetary gain

    Because Eminem used his name in vain.

    Eminem says Bailey used to throw him around

    Beat him up in the john, shoved his face in the ground.

    Eminem contends that his rap is protected

    By the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment.

    Eminem maintains that the story is true

    And that Bailey beat him black and blue.

    In the alternative he states that the story is phony

    And a reasonable person would think it’s baloney.

    The court must always balance the rights

    Of a defendant and one placed in a false light.

    If the plaintiff presents no question of fact

    To dismiss is the only acceptable act.

    If the language used is anything but pleasin’

    It must be highly objectionable to a person of reason.

    Even if objectionable and causing offense

    Self-help is the first line of defense.

    Yet when Bailey actually spoke to the press

    What do you think he didn’t address?

    Those false-light charges that so disturbed

    Prompted from Bailey not a single word.

    So highly objectionable, it could not be

    Bailey was happy to hear his name on a CD.

    Bailey also admitted he was a bully in youth

    Which makes what Marshall said substantial truth.

    This doctrine is a defense well known

    And renders Bailey’s case substantially blown.

    The lyrics are stories no one would take as fact

    They’re an exaggeration of a childish act.

    Any reasonable person could clearly see

    That the lyrics could only be hyperbole.

    It is therefore this court’s ultimate position

    That Eminem is entitled to summary disposition.


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  7. communistbakery:

    my aesthetic

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  8. 221cbakerstreet:




    One nation, under Canada, above Mexico.

    with liberty and justice for some 


    Not all men

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  9. chickensandwich:

    i don’t ONLY care about myself. i care about like 5 other people. and animals.

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  10. magicconchshell:

    i hate you and if this was 1692 salem i would accuse you of being a witch 

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