words cannot describe the appreciation i have for the person who put this together
If you don’t enjoy Michael Jackson’s music I feel bad for you
A group of young black men were filming at a Houston Walmart near the front entrance, when a cop who can be seen standing nearby at the beginning of the footage suddenly approached them and asked them for ID
One of the men said that he did not have to show his ID, which prompted the officer to draw his Taser and walk towards him. Another member of the group put his arm out towards the Taser-wielding officer out of fear that his friend might be tazed, which prompted the officer to push his hand away in anger and accused him of “resisting.”
One man can be heard saying, “Don’t taze me sir, don’t taze me sir!”
The cop threatens to call for an unit after another member of the group can be heard saying, “We know our rights. We know the Constitution, sir. We know the Constitution. Do I sound illiterate?”
“You know what, I’m calling for a unit right now,” the officer replies. “We’ll see how well you know the Constitution.”
“What’s the– What’s the unit gonna do, take me to jail for knowing the Constitution?” the man responds. “For standing for my freedom?”
As the video ends, another member of the group explains to the cop that he is a dialysis patient and could have been killed had he been tazed.
Please give the video below a watch and see if you think the cop’s action was justified and what laws the group might have broken by filming in a Walmart parking lot.
Fuck that cop
That guy is a fucking hero for standing up to that cop.
"you put your hand up to stop me from what I’m doing"
Apparently blocking an incoming fist is impeding an officer.
holy shit this cop is acting like an 8 year old this is making me sick
Literally 97% of the cops I’ve met are like this.
how elton john runs from the police
new bra from victoria secret! :)
A woman stands in her bedroom. She is with her attractive male lover. The air is filled with desire. They both look into each other’s eyes. The female, with a slightly bashful smile, takes off her clothes, starting with the pants first, and finally the shirt. She is wearing the bra. The man’s eyes opened wider in interest. His interest is peaked. The woman strutted closer to him, her eyes batting and her smile growing. She leans into his ear and with a breathy voice, she spoke:
I graduate in three days, I pay my own bills, I have a car, and I’m reading fanfiction about a lettuce bra.
It has a little lettuce bow.
A slick, sophisticated R&B-pop showcase with a definite disco slant, Off the Wall presents Michael Jackson as the Stevie Wonder of the Eighties. This resemblance is strongest on “I Can’t Help It” (cowritten by Wonder), in which Jackson’s vocal syncopation is reminiscent of the master’s breathless, dreamy stutter.
Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall was released 34 years ago today.
how 2 kiss: a brief guide
The Evolution of Michael Jackson’s Voice. Song examples: ‘Wanna Be Starting Something’ and ‘Remember the Time’. You all should watch this! Very entertaining and so true!