or at least rock

Hey everyone, my name is every straight white guy in the music scene. I could be a promoter, musician, or run a venue. Heres a sick bill coming up this week! I got my buddy, the guy i always hire to make this SUPER edgy poster. This bill is TIGHT, and i hope to see you rockin dudes there! 7$ BPR to help drink away responsibility. Theres even a girl on this bill, so we decided to book this at a DIY space because of #inclusivity and #diversity. Anyways this DIY space is actually really unsafe for anyone if you arent a bro, so come on down! There will be at least 3 abusers there! Rock on….


Dakota Access pipeline activists set their sights on the Flint water crisis

  • With their fight at Standing Rock seemingly won, at least for now, Dakota Access Pipeline protesters will refocus their efforts elsewhere: Flint, MI.
  • The activists plan to take on the city’s ongoing water crisis.
  • “This problem is all over the county,” Wes Clark Jr., a veteran of the U.S. Army, told MLive. Clark was one of the nearly 2,000-strong group, Veterans Stand for Standing Rock, that formed a first line of protection at the Oceti Sakowin Camp over the weekend.
  • “It’s got to be more than veterans,” Clark said. “People have been treated wrong in this county for a long time.”
  • Veterans and activists do not know exactly when they’ll head to Flint and many have vowed to stay until the Standing Rock Sioux ask them to leave. 
  • But they’re hoping that their presence in Flint can call media attention to the crisis and force meaningful action in the same way their presence did in North Dakota. Read more

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min yoongi probably.....
  • Yoongi: hey namjoon teach me some english i'm bored
  • Namjoon: um okay
  • Namjoon: *in english* yaint finna steal m'bae
  • Yoongi:
  • Yoongi: i don't know what language that is but it's not english

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Rock Musical Bleach 2016

Opening song - BLEACH!!


Anyone wanna tell me what the heck is going on in these pictures?

Like, there’s literally 409 in the coffee maker. “409 in your coffee maker” is the title of an actual Green Day song. We see you, Green Day. We see you.


Marpoilock - The Master Sleuth Trifecta


@ erins i’m gonna start writing my own super fucking editions if ya’ll keep this up

Two Russian Spies Have Been Charged In The Massive Yahoo Email Hack
The Justice Department indicted four men for hacking Yahoo, a breach that exposed the information of hundreds of millions of customers.
By Hamza Shaban

The Justice Department charged four men — two of whom are Russian Federal Security Service, or FSB officers — Wednesday for stealing the personal information of at least 500 million Yahoo customers in a massive breaches that rocked the company’s reputation and slashed hundreds of millions of dollars off its sale to Verizon.

The other two defendants were criminal hackers hired by the Russian officials to breach Yahoo’s network. The stolen account information was used to gain additional content from customers’ Yahoo accounts and accounts tied to other email providers, including Google.

Both Russian journalists and American diplomatic officials were then targeted using the data stolen in the hack. The charges for one of the largest computer intrusions in American history, included conspiracy, economic espionage, wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft.

In a move that Acting Assistant Attorney General Mary McCord described as “beyond the pale,” the FSB officials behind the hack were members of a Russian unit that serves as the FBI’s liaison on cybercrime in Moscow. “These are the very people that we are supposed to work with cooperatively,” she said during a press conference Wednesday. “They turned against that type of work.”

One of the defendants, Alexsey Alexseyevich Belan, had been on the FBI’s most wanted list for more than three years for cybercrime, McCord said. Another defendant, Karim Baratov, was arrested for the Yahoo breach yesterday in Canada. The US government will ask Russian law enforcement officials to extradite the remaining three defendants, who reside in Russia, said Paul Abbate, the executive assistant director of the FBI’s cyber branch.

“The indictment unequivocally shows the attacks on Yahoo were state-sponsored,” said Chris Madsen, Yahoo’s assistant general counsel and head of global law enforcement. “We’re committed to keeping our users and our platforms secure and will continue to engage with law enforcement to combat cybercrime.”

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