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policymic:

Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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policymic:

Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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policymic:

Volunteers are saving the stray dogs of Sochi

The work is being done by grassroots organizers, who have been sneaking dogs out of Sochi to safe houses and other temporary shelters, where they can stay until they are officially adopted. In salute to their work, here are 10 photos that capture them in action.
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thinksquad:

The latest in fashion jewelry in China: live animals in a plastic sealed bag containing a liquid with nutrient and oxygen that allows them to live up to 2 months.

Chinese street vendors are selling live animals, permanently sealed in a small plastic pouch where they can survive for a short while as someone’s conversation piece. Apparently, these unimaginably inhumane keyrings are actually quite popular 

http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asiapcf/04/14/china.animal.keyring/

What kind of a fucked up society is this? And this is the shit we know of.
thinksquad:

The latest in fashion jewelry in China: live animals in a plastic sealed bag containing a liquid with nutrient and oxygen that allows them to live up to 2 months.

Chinese street vendors are selling live animals, permanently sealed in a small plastic pouch where they can survive for a short while as someone’s conversation piece. Apparently, these unimaginably inhumane keyrings are actually quite popular 

http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asiapcf/04/14/china.animal.keyring/

What kind of a fucked up society is this? And this is the shit we know of.
thinksquad:

The latest in fashion jewelry in China: live animals in a plastic sealed bag containing a liquid with nutrient and oxygen that allows them to live up to 2 months.

Chinese street vendors are selling live animals, permanently sealed in a small plastic pouch where they can survive for a short while as someone’s conversation piece. Apparently, these unimaginably inhumane keyrings are actually quite popular 

http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asiapcf/04/14/china.animal.keyring/

What kind of a fucked up society is this? And this is the shit we know of.
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ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
ectoplasmspasm:


Oppression of punks in Indonesia.

now they’re even more punk
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ex0skeletal:

(via Pater Despero by RadioactiveUppercut on deviantART)
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tenebrum:

☠☥Tu Tenebrarum☥☠ 

Don Marquez

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thepeoplesrecord:

Pussy Riot members freed from prisonDecember 19, 2013
Pussy Riot members Nadya Tolokonnikova, 24, andMaria Alekhina, 25, were released from prison, three months before their scheduled release, according to Reuters. The two women and fellow band member Yekaterina Samutsevich were arrested for performing Punk Prayer: Mother of God Drive Putin Away from Moscow’s Christ the Saviour Cathedral on February 21, 2012. Their crime: “hooliganism motivated by religious hatred or hostility.”
While Samutsevich successfully appealed her sentence, the other two punk rockers remained, despite global cries for the their release. Earlier this week, a new Russian amnesty law was passed. According to The Associated Press, prisoners “who haven’t committed violent crimes, first-time offenders, minors and women with small children” are granted amnesty from their imprisonment. During their time, Alekhina went on a hunger strike and Tolokonnikova wrote an open letter, protesting the treatment of prisoners. Just days after that letter was posted, she disappeared for 21 days during a prison transfer, showing up in a Siberian prison hospital.
In a news conference, President Vladimir Putin expressed no regret for the Pussy Riot members. “I was not sorry that they ended up behind bars,” he said. “I was sorry that they were engaged in such disgraceful behaviour, which in my view was degrading to the dignity of women.”
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thepeoplesrecord:

Pussy Riot members freed from prisonDecember 19, 2013
Pussy Riot members Nadya Tolokonnikova, 24, andMaria Alekhina, 25, were released from prison, three months before their scheduled release, according to Reuters. The two women and fellow band member Yekaterina Samutsevich were arrested for performing Punk Prayer: Mother of God Drive Putin Away from Moscow’s Christ the Saviour Cathedral on February 21, 2012. Their crime: “hooliganism motivated by religious hatred or hostility.”
While Samutsevich successfully appealed her sentence, the other two punk rockers remained, despite global cries for the their release. Earlier this week, a new Russian amnesty law was passed. According to The Associated Press, prisoners “who haven’t committed violent crimes, first-time offenders, minors and women with small children” are granted amnesty from their imprisonment. During their time, Alekhina went on a hunger strike and Tolokonnikova wrote an open letter, protesting the treatment of prisoners. Just days after that letter was posted, she disappeared for 21 days during a prison transfer, showing up in a Siberian prison hospital.
In a news conference, President Vladimir Putin expressed no regret for the Pussy Riot members. “I was not sorry that they ended up behind bars,” he said. “I was sorry that they were engaged in such disgraceful behaviour, which in my view was degrading to the dignity of women.”
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theveganmothership:


In January 2006, Molly leapt a 5-foot-5-inch slaughterhouse gate at Mickey’s Packing Plant in Great Falls, raced through town with police and animal control on her heels, ran in front of a train, swam across the Missouri River and took three tranquilizer darts before finally being recaptured six hours later. She was spared from slaughter and dubbed the Unsinkable Molly B. “Animals do not ‘give’ their life to us, as the sugar-coated lie would have it. They struggle and fight to the last breath.”
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brianmichaelbendis:

Batman by Mike Mignola
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