I moved to Dallas in May 2016. I quickly met some amazing people that I now call friends. But this is just a part of my life that I created. My goal is to be well rounded socially, professionally and spiritually. I like the solid man I’m becoming. All summer 16!!!!
@chantzychantz hard at work painting boards for the merch mobile. Like the tee? As seen on the back of the ‘38 Chevy shop truck we built for @starrstudiostx, we offer the Passing Side/Suicide tee. Get yours at www.rebelrouserhotrods.com (link in profile) …
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so me and my friend were having a stroll on the beach last night at like 1:00 am and I shit you fucking not a damn croc was just fucking sitting in the middle of the fucking sand staring into our damn souls
Have a look at this eye catching Ford at the weekly cruise in held at Rockfish in McKinney.
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WNBA fines players for wearing black shirts in support of shooting victims. Each player was fined $500 and the teams were fined $5,000. The WNBA says the shirts went against the league’s uniform policy.
“Last December, the Dallas city council enacted Ordinance No. 29595, which makes it illegal to serve food to the homeless without jumping through a statist myriad of bureaucratic hoops, including a fee, training classes, and written notices.
One should not need to file multiple forms and pay a fee to obtain a permit to give food to those in need who are willingly ready to accept it. The folks at Don’t Comply know this.”
Who would have thought that Steve Jobs would have such an impact on policing in America? For many years, people of color were talking about being shot, being brutalized, being arrested, and it was ignored. I always borrow from Jack Nicholson’s comment in ‘A Few Good Men’ when he said [“You can’t handle the truth!”] … The reality is, that much of America, for the most part, wanted to drive their car, and their manicured lawns, and just wanted to know that you dealt with the crime, whichever way you wanted or had to. But when those photos and images came into their living room, the reality is that when people had to see it, when they had so see someone shot in the back, when they had to see someone choked out, when they had to see someone being beaten, it forced them to say, 'Wait a minute. Something is wrong here.’ So body cameras are so important. And it is amazing that the same police agencies and organizations that push against body cameras would go at a crime scene and look for any video that they have to solve the crime – to tell the true picture, the true story. And then the information shows, overwhelmingly, one chief of police study showed that in over 80 percent of the time when cameras are involved, it exonerated the cops who did the right thing. So the tool is a good tool, but law enforcement culture is afraid of change, and it’s afraid of anything that will scrutinize their action and behavior. The arrogance of 'Don’t question us because we protect you,’ is a thing of the past. Steve Jobs made everyone now a director of a movie that could determine what the end of the script would be.