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zeekayart:

a guide for people who can’t tell the 90s from the early 2000s apart

  • if people are dressed in neon, it’s the 90simage
  • if people are dressed in space age metallics, it’s the 2000simage

queenamestris:

In honour of Halloween, have a transparent vampire Ed for you and your blog.

queenamestris:

In honour of Halloween, have a transparent vampire Ed for you and your blog.

Tagged with: #fma manga  #edward elric  

micdotcom:

Powerful photos capture the student protests in Mexico barely anyone is talking about 

While the world has focused its attention on the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, there’s another student movement gaining steam on the other side of the world.

The unfolding protests gripping Mexico began in the small town of Iguala, in the southwest region of Guerrero state, where the disappearance of 43 student teachers on the night of Sept. 26 has sparked outrage amid allegations of collaboration between local police and organized crime.

minuiko:

Jason is my favorite megane character

minuiko:

Jason is my favorite megane character

Tagged with: #jason grace  #omg  #hoo  #fanart  

waynesworld1992:

caseynovaks:

adam sandler is sexy as hell in hotel Transylvania 

how dare you make me read this with my own two eyes

disaparte:

All I want is education, and I am afraid of no one
Malala Yousafzai

Tagged with: #malala yousafzai  #IDOL  #HERO  #ILY  #sj  #feminism  
West African Teen Taunted With Chants of ‘Ebola’ at High School Soccer Game

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ourafrica:

One Pennsylvania teen, who is originally from Guinea, recently had to endure his high school rival’s soccer team chanting “Ebola” at him during a match, WPVI reports.

According to the station, Ibrahim Toumkara, a Nazareth Area High School student and soccer player, got into a fight last week after he heard players from rival Northampton High School taunting him about the deadly virus, which has killed more than 4,000 people across West Africa, including in his home country.

"Being from western Africa and having family in that area, he didn’t take too kindly to those remarks and went after one of the players on the Northampton team," the boy’s coach, Edward Bachert, explained. Bachert is also Ibrahim’s legal guardian, as well as a police chief for Lehigh County. 

The 16-year-old moved away from Guinea three years ago, the station notes.

"There were tears coming down his eyes. He was visibly shaken by this, that it got to that level on the field," Bachert added.

Ibrahim’s parents are still in West Africa, and according to WPVI, he is constantly worrying for them.

After the tasteless incident, both Northampton’s head soccer coach and its assistant coach resigned. Some of the student athletes are also expected to face disciplinary action, according to the station.

"This is part of the educational process to make sure that students are understanding sportsmanship and what’s happening out there in the world," Northampton Area Superintendent Joseph Kovalchik said.

Since when is a deadly virus funny? When will African lives not be nothing but a comedic piece to westerners?

This makes me angry

jpnvines:

Twitterもやってるよ。@nemaoffice 〜 根間タダシ

I’m on twitter as well. @nemaoffice 〜 根間タダシ

Tagged with: #HAHAHAHHAAHA  #vine