drunktrophywife:

ICONIC

(Source: subtubitles, via steelandsparks)

24 July 2014 ·

eretzyisrael:

Europe’s Jew-hatred dressed as anti-Zionism


Even from across the Atlantic, it’s startling to see mobs of Europeans joined by Arab immigrants rampaging through the streets of France and Germany shouting, “Death to the Jews.”
The demonstrators are ostensibly protesting Israel’s ground operation in Gaza, but the stink of anti-Semitism hangs over so much of what is happening.
In Paris, for example, eight synagogues have been targeted in the past week alone. Other targets included Jewish-owned stores and kosher butcher shops.
In Berlin and other German cities last week, mobs draped in Palestinian flags defaced synagogues to cries of “Hamas, Hamas, Jews to the gas.”
Said the head of the German Jewish community Monday: “Never in our lives did we believe it possible that anti-Semitism of the most primitive kind would [again] be heard on the streets of Germany.”
Even in Britain, where demonstrations were not as violent, a group of protesters drove through a heavily Jewish neighborhood shouting, “Heil Hitler.”
All this is in response to Israel’s decision to send ground troops into Gaza to destroy both the rockets Hamas has been firing into Israel and the tunnels it uses to sneak terrorists into the Jewish state for attacks.
Which reminds us: When the death toll is reported in terms of Israeli soldiers versus Palestinian civilians, how many of these latter deaths are Hamas terrorists fighting in civilian clothes?
The mobs claim to be outraged by the Palestinian dead in Gaza. But the French prime minister rightly observes that “hatred of the Jews” is lurking behind “a mask of anti-Zionism.” Indeed.
This hatred the European Union has fomented with policies that treat the Jewish state as the source of all conflict in the region.
Sometime in the next few weeks, the fighting in Gaza will end. But the violence on the streets of Europe suggests the ugliness there is only beginning.

eretzyisrael:

Europe’s Jew-hatred dressed as anti-Zionism

Even from across the Atlantic, it’s startling to see mobs of Europeans joined by Arab immigrants rampaging through the streets of France and Germany shouting, “Death to the Jews.”

The demonstrators are ostensibly protesting Israel’s ground operation in Gaza, but the stink of anti-Semitism hangs over so much of what is happening.

In Paris, for example, eight synagogues have been targeted in the past week alone. Other targets included Jewish-owned stores and kosher butcher shops.

In Berlin and other German cities last week, mobs draped in Palestinian flags defaced synagogues to cries of “Hamas, Hamas, Jews to the gas.”

Said the head of the German Jewish community Monday: “Never in our lives did we believe it possible that anti-Semitism of the most primitive kind would [again] be heard on the streets of Germany.”

Even in Britain, where demonstrations were not as violent, a group of protesters drove through a heavily Jewish neighborhood shouting, “Heil Hitler.”

All this is in response to Israel’s decision to send ground troops into Gaza to destroy both the rockets Hamas has been firing into Israel and the tunnels it uses to sneak terrorists into the Jewish state for attacks.

Which reminds us: When the death toll is reported in terms of Israeli soldiers versus Palestinian civilians, how many of these latter deaths are Hamas terrorists fighting in civilian clothes?

The mobs claim to be outraged by the Palestinian dead in Gaza. But the French prime minister rightly observes that “hatred of the Jews” is lurking behind “a mask of anti-Zionism.” Indeed.

This hatred the European Union has fomented with policies that treat the Jewish state as the source of all conflict in the region.

Sometime in the next few weeks, the fighting in Gaza will end. But the violence on the streets of Europe suggests the ugliness there is only beginning.

(Source: New York Post)

24 July 2014 ·

tastefullyoffensive:

Clif Hanger [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

Clif Hanger [x]

24 July 2014 ·

OH THESE ARE FUN

  • 1: If you were of the opposite gender, what name would you want to have?
  • 2: If you could witness any historical event in person, which one would it be and why?
  • 3: What kind of sandwich best describes your personality?
  • 4: If your crush or significant other were to turn in to a ferret, what would you do? Would you still like/love them?
  • 5: If you became dictator of your country, and you can enact one law that could not be repealed once you are forcibly removed from office, what would that law be?
  • 6: What is your opinion of Canada?
  • 7: What is your patronous?
  • 8: If you could change your skin color to anything outside of the natural palette of skin colors, what color would you choose?
  • 9: What was the last movie you chose not to watch?
  • 10: If you were a farmer, what would you grow?
  • 11: What do you miss the most?
  • 12: What is your favorite sequel film?
  • 13: Rural area, small town, suburb, or big city?
  • 14: What's your favorite branch of the military?
  • 15: What year of school was best for you?
  • 16: What is your favorite month, excluding whichever month contains your birthday?
  • 17: What is your favorite type of pie?
  • 18: Do you enjoy being single?
  • 19: Do you prefer rivers, lakes, or oceans?
  • 20: If you had to have one feature on your body changed to a canine version of said feature, what would you choose?
  • 21: What is your favorite font?
  • 22: What is the highest number of cats you can imagine yourself owning?
  • 23: What was your last date like?
  • 24: Who are you?
  • 25: What is your least favorite illicit substance?
  • 26: What is your opinion on 80's music?
  • 27: If you could add something to the high school curriculum, what would you add?
  • 28: What is your favorite album artwork?
  • 29: What is your favorite non-social networking website?
  • 30: What is your favorite boy band?
  • 31: What is your least favorite casual dining establishment?
  • 32: You are allowed one beverage and one candy for the rest of your life. What would you choose?
  • 33: If you had to be stranded somewhere on Earth, miles from civilization, what biome would you choose and why?
  • 34: What is your preferred projectile?
  • 35: You have inherited a nightclub in a major city. What modifications would you make to it?
  • 36: What have you done recently to dismantle the patriarchy?
  • 37: What song did you most recently get tired of due to its overplaying?
  • 38: What is your favorite piece of clothing?
  • 39: What was the most awkward moment of your romantic history?
  • 40: What brought you to Tumblr?
  • 41: What product or service do you find ridiculously overpriced?
  • 42: Why did you send the last anonymous Tumblr message you sent?
  • 43: Who is your favorite one-hit wonder of the last twenty years?
  • 44: How many people, outside of your immediate family, do you know the birthdays of by heart?
  • 45: What is your favorite speech?
  • 46: What is your least favorite song from your favorite musical?
  • 47: How do you feel about dating exes?
  • 48: What is your favorite vegetable?
  • 49: Who is your favorite fictional villain?
  • 50: What is your favorite police procedural?

24 July 2014 ·

"No problem is more downplayed than inflation; and when there is an overwhelming consensus that inflation is not a problem, then you know that it is."

~ Peter Schiff (via moralanarchism)

24 July 2014 ·

"Everyone’s entitled to their opinion. I certainly love some movies other people loathed; I’ll even be referring to one of them in a few paragraphs. If your reason for liking Frozen is that it’s fun, or the songs are catchy, or the animation is beautiful, or Olaf the Snowman is funny, then more power to you. But if you like Frozen because you think it is some revolutionary step forward in the way animated films portray women, then I think you’re wrong. And unfortunately, when it comes to film’s historically awful track record for portraying, hiring and being remotely fair to women, celebrating the wrong film — particularly in the sheer numbers that people are celebrating Frozen — has some very troublesome implications."

~ The problem with false feminism — Medium

24 July 2014 ·

literallyrad:

oh

How cool a hat?
I kid, I kid.
But seriously…  About that hat…

literallyrad:

oh

How cool a hat?

I kid, I kid.

But seriously…  About that hat…

24 July 2014 ·

princesshorseface:

nerdsarerhapsodic:

Canadian Problems

This broke my heart

(via whiskey-weather)

24 July 2014 ·

rare-hana:

theuppitynegras:

ricflairsniece:

gang0fwolves:

godth:

jedavu:

Amazing, Hyperrealistic Paintings Of New York City’s Subway System

Created by Japanese artist Hisaya Taira

Paintings….

what..

how?

y’all fucking with me

pshh. these are pictures

(via nappyheadednerd)

24 July 2014 ·

(Source: fyspringfield.com, via thesimpsonsforever)

24 July 2014 ·

"If Israel truly wanted genocide, this would’ve been over decades ago. That’s an uncomfortable truth for a lot of academics and Israel haters, and an even moreso uncomfortable truth for a media that relies on this story being reported as a battle of two sides who equally want to kill, destroy, and eliminate each other. We’re often told about Israel’s nuclear arsenal, their powerful army and airforce, and their overwhelming numbers. What’s not talked about is their clear restraint, even when faced daily with an onslaught of people who cheer when a mall, bus, disco, or pizzeria blows up and kills nothing but innocent people."

~ Israel Targeted Again — Medium

24 July 2014 ·

kokopenguin:

Omg he’s so tiiiiny!!

I don’t care how much of a pain in the ass they are or how nasty they can be.  Raccoons are like the cutest things ever.

kokopenguin:

Omg he’s so tiiiiny!!

I don’t care how much of a pain in the ass they are or how nasty they can be.  Raccoons are like the cutest things ever.

(via anunreliablesource)

23 July 2014 ·

omgitsbrilliant:

livindavidaloki:

redhjedi:

The Hulk ain’t never lied.

I can’t even express how much respect I have for Mark Ruffalo.  The dude’s on the US terrorism watchlist for fuck’s sake.

Omg, it’s true

Meh.  My respect is minimal.  If you read between the lines, he’s not saying we shouldn’t pay for neither (ideal), he’s saying we should pay for one over the other or both.

No thanks.

(Source: pipeschapman, via liesbehindalens)

23 July 2014 ·

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via ruinedchildhood)

23 July 2014 ·

unimpressedcats:

NOT U AGAIN!

unimpressedcats:

NOT U AGAIN!

23 July 2014 ·

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