WrackspurtsNargles

I am extremely unlucky, and most everything that happens to me is rife with misfortune, misery, and despair.
darthtulip:

4/21/14 Blues @ Blackhawks, Game 3: Jonathan Toews is a little relieved after Marcus Kruger scores to make it 2-0 Hawks in the waning seconds of the game.

This…is kind of incredibly sweet to me. (Also incredibly me at the end of this game.)

darthtulip:

4/21/14 Blues @ Blackhawks, Game 3: Jonathan Toews is a little relieved after Marcus Kruger scores to make it 2-0 Hawks in the waning seconds of the game.
This…is kind of incredibly sweet to me. (Also incredibly me at the end of this game.)
kanergirl88:

@PeteBlackburn “I know it’s hard to look handsome next to Jonathan Toews but surely Andrew Shaw can do better than this.”

kanergirl88:

@PeteBlackburn “I know it’s hard to look handsome next to Jonathan Toews but surely Andrew Shaw can do better than this.”

sheercompulsion:

April 17, 2014: At morning skate, when Andrew Shaw accidentally hits Jonathan Toews’ hand with his stick, they agree to let bygones be bygones by letting Toews hit him back

ajamae:

faintedincoils:

lovelykeba:

Help the fight against police brutality!

You should definitely do this, but please be safe and knowledgeable about it! Here are some resources for how to safely film/photograph police brutality, as well as information on YOUR rights as you do so:
7 Rules for Recording Police
Know Your Rights: Photographers
Tips for Recording Police Interactions
Please be aware that different states have different laws on the matter.  Check into them so you can know you specific laws, and what to expect if you film the police.  Also check with your state’s chapter of the ACLU; many of them have tips on this matter, and some have pocket foldouts of your rights that you can use to convince the police that no, you aren’t doing anything wrong.

Stay woke.

ajamae:

faintedincoils:

lovelykeba:

Help the fight against police brutality!

You should definitely do this, but please be safe and knowledgeable about it! Here are some resources for how to safely film/photograph police brutality, as well as information on YOUR rights as you do so:

Please be aware that different states have different laws on the matter.  Check into them so you can know you specific laws, and what to expect if you film the police.  Also check with your state’s chapter of the ACLU; many of them have tips on this matter, and some have pocket foldouts of your rights that you can use to convince the police that no, you aren’t doing anything wrong.

Stay woke.

(via xstraightnatex)

dead-punx:

American Football
8/2/14
Beat Kitchen

This is a moment that will probably never happen again.

(via crustyball)