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August 22, 2014
section9:

perzadook:

lnthefade:

So there’s this.

It was started by Tim Zoll, the Public Affairs Officer within the Ferguson Police Department. So, I’m guessing that’s a conflict of interest. Just a guess though. 


Not necessarily. Now if Tim Zoll is also a member of whatever Ferguson uses for Internal Affairs, then we’d clearly have a conflict of interest.

Yes, and I’m also guessing a lot of these laws or rules that are in place come down to the local level, if not departmental (which would obviously result in no conflict since they operate like the Klan).

section9:

perzadook:

lnthefade:

So there’s this.

It was started by Tim Zoll, the Public Affairs Officer within the Ferguson Police Department. So, I’m guessing that’s a conflict of interest. Just a guess though. 


Not necessarily. Now if Tim Zoll is also a member of whatever Ferguson uses for Internal Affairs, then we’d clearly have a conflict of interest.

Yes, and I’m also guessing a lot of these laws or rules that are in place come down to the local level, if not departmental (which would obviously result in no conflict since they operate like the Klan).

August 22, 2014
lnthefade:

So there’s this.

It was started by Tim Zoll, the Public Affairs Officer within the Ferguson Police Department. So, I’m guessing that’s a conflict of interest. Just a guess though. 

lnthefade:

So there’s this.

It was started by Tim Zoll, the Public Affairs Officer within the Ferguson Police Department. So, I’m guessing that’s a conflict of interest. Just a guess though. 


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Filed under: ferguson 
August 22, 2014

The New York Times has some crazy real estate numbers from the Brooklyn housing bonanza:

  • "In the second quarter of 2014, 107 sales priced above $2 million took place, more than any other prior quarter, according to the Corcoran Group. Those deals included a $10.625 million townhouse on Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights, a $5 million loft in a shoe polish factory turned luxury condo building in Williamsburg, and a $3.15 million condo in Dumbo, to name a few.”
  • "The median rental price in northern Brooklyn was up 6.6 percent to $2,852 in July, marking the 14th consecutive year-over-year increase in monthly rent, according to a report by Douglas Elliman. That is $353 cheaper than the median monthly rent in Manhattan. Five years ago Brooklyn was $1,030 cheaper.”
  • "The number of apartments for sale dropped 5.9 percent to 4,426 in the second quarter of 2014, yet sales surged 12.5 percent to 2,086."
  • "Nearly a third of the 382 home buyers earned at least $300,000 a year, compared with just 11 percent a year ago. During the same time frame, 65 percent of home buyers offered to pay with cash, compared with 32 percent a year earlier.”

65% of home buyers paying in cash is incredible (doubling in one year no less). And this is a real gem:

It wasn’t until they had exhausted Brooklyn’s “deeper cuts,” as Ms. Kim described neighborhoods like Sunset Park, Kensington and Gowanus, that their friend Daniel Day Lee, a real estate agent with Citi Habitats, suggested they take a look at Sunnyside, Queens. They were reluctant at first. “Brian,” Ms. Kim said, “held some reservations about the Q word.” But after a visit, Mr. Witte, 36, a media planner at Comedy Central, was quickly sold on the neighborhood’s stately Tudor buildings, wide diversity, dead-on Manhattan views, attractive prices and “small town in the big city feel.”

Small town in the big city.

August 22, 2014
The latest men’s catalogue from JCrew is going for the soccer coach thing, but you also need a broken thumb to complete the look (or maybe wrist, or both). So guys get on that. Thumb breaking meetup details to follow. 

The latest men’s catalogue from JCrew is going for the soccer coach thing, but you also need a broken thumb to complete the look (or maybe wrist, or both). So guys get on that. Thumb breaking meetup details to follow. 

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Filed under: FASHION 
August 22, 2014
@insooutso

@insooutso

August 22, 2014
tarawray:

And that’s a wrap on summer in these parts.

tarawray:

And that’s a wrap on summer in these parts.

August 21, 2014

pedroam-amigomio:

Prince Harry’s Jamaican Easy Style (ft. Thievery Corporation - The Sate Of The Union)

reblorging in case

(Source: coub.com, via perzadook)

August 21, 2014
Nixon Says He Will Not Appoint a Special Prosecutor to Brown Case - CBS St. Louis

Not super shocking. Evidence collection/the decision on whether or not to charge Darren Wilson won’t come until mid-late October.

Check out Antonio French's twitter feed to learn about all the positive stuff that's going on in Ferguson now that things have calmed down.

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Filed under: ferguson 
August 21, 2014
Amazing! This Boy Saw Heaven During His Near-Death Experience!

August 21, 2014

(Source: distinguishedbaloney, via continuants)

August 21, 2014

pizzzatime:

p-kyle: Frontier   - Patrick Kyle  2014

(via tirehaus)

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Filed under: ? 
August 21, 2014

clambistro:

lame-waves:

i guess i recorded an ice bucket challenge today after i got my wisdom teeth out ??

Hero status

August 21, 2014

pedroam-amigomio:

Prince Harry’s Jamaican Easy Style (ft. Thievery Corporation - The Sate Of The Union)

(Source: coub.com)

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Filed under: YES 
August 20, 2014

landrykilledaguy:

I love the idea that Bush left troops in Iraq to try to find a stargate.

Occam’s razor

(via omgstopembarrassingyourself)

August 20, 2014
The general consensus from last night’s protests in Ferguson is that the media may have been exacerbating the tension. If someone was getting arrested, dozens of cameras swarmed around whatever was happening, creating a chaotic situation for everyone involved. A handful of live-streaming groups realized this and ended their broadcasts.
Anyway the photo above says a lot, though it’s hard to say what exactly. There’s a lot going on. Don’t forget that there is always @CuteEmergency.

The general consensus from last night’s protests in Ferguson is that the media may have been exacerbating the tension. If someone was getting arrested, dozens of cameras swarmed around whatever was happening, creating a chaotic situation for everyone involved. A handful of live-streaming groups realized this and ended their broadcasts.

Anyway the photo above says a lot, though it’s hard to say what exactly. There’s a lot going on. Don’t forget that there is always @CuteEmergency.

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Filed under: ferguson