daft-pun:

The Breakfast Club, then and now.




graff-funk:

Streetfire Battle!

St. Petersburg’s leading graffiti artists defied Moscow street art community, creating conceptual art object in Sestrorezk, near St. Petersburg.

Within the movement STREETFIRE, uniting representatives battles underground cultures, the team of graffiti writers, including such names as # Trun, # Wert159, # Roof169, # Jayer, # Retro, just two days turned concrete canvas in a work of art transforming loft space weapons manufactories Petrovsky arsenal.

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gunblades:

legendary

kawobrine:

WE ARE GETTING CLOSER TO EVA

Anonymous asked:
One time i went to olive garden with my mom and she told me she was alcoholic and then the next time we went she told me that she was divorcing my dad




america-wakiewakie:

(Photo Credit: US Uncut)




rushierush:

Who Put You On The Planet





officialjeffgoldblum:

sgt-skippy:

officialjeffgoldblum:

I still laugh about the amount of people this post has angered

So you hate America?

oh honey

sheepalicious:

takeawaysthepain:

nentindo:

how do beliebers still even exist

How do dumbasses still exist?

thats literally the exact same question




King Ghidorah


datkarkatass:

FUCKING HELL

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america-wakiewakie:

South Africa braces for one of the largest labour strikes over wages in the country’s history | Al Jazeera 

Around 220,000 engineering and metal workers belonging to South Africa’s biggest trade union have launched an indefinite strike over wages.

Members of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), the country’s largest labour union, said they would not relent on their demand for a 15 percent wage increase. On Tuesday, NUMSA and other smaller unions marched in several cities, including Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. Though there were no reports of violence, there were incidents of vandalism and complaints of intimidation.

Once a stanch ally of the ANC ruling party, NUMSA withdrew support for Jacob Zuma’s party during the presidential elections in May, arguing for a new party dedicated to the poor. The strike came just days after workers in the platinum mine industry ended a five month strike where NUMSA sent a message of congratulations to the “courageous mineworkers for securing a decisive and historic settlement in the platinum belt”.

"This settlement is not only a victory for mineworkers, but for workers in South Africa as a whole," the statement read.

(Photo Credit: Ihsaan Haffejee/Al Jazeera)



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