what she means:
why does everyone act like what i like about you never existed? that show was quality. a perfect sitcom for teens and young adults, and after Amanda Bynes went off the deep end, its like the show was 100% erased from society's minds. why should we dissolve Amanda's past when we could celebrate it? we still praise her performances in movies like easy a and she's the man, but what i like about you was 4 years of her life and 4 years of the crucial development of the early 2000s. abc family used to show it all the time. then the star gets a 51/50 and poof! my favorite show is gone! at least put it on netflix. that is some quality netflix material. its what netflix was made for. sure, i can find a million shows about a group of people in new york city, but how many shows can a find about a TEENAGER taking on new york city that aren't set up for 12 year olds or for supernatural settings? i just really miss holly tyler.
British-born Kirke has become famous playing the sexually adventurous party girl Jessa on the HBO series Girls. In real life she is an accomplished painter of expressionist portraits, who has had one-woman shows in Brooklyn and New York and group shows in London and Miami.
The Staten Island grand jury must have seen the same video everyone else did: the one showing a group of New York City police officers swarming and killing an unarmed black man, Eric Garner.
Yet they have declined to bring charges against the plainclothes officer, Daniel Pantaleo, who is seen on the video girdling Mr. Garner’s neck in a chokehold, which the department bans, throwing him to the ground and pushing his head into the pavement.
The imbalance between Mr. Garner’s fate, on a Staten Island sidewalk in July, and his supposed infraction, selling loose cigarettes, is grotesque and outrageous. Though Mr. Garner’s death was officially ruled a homicide, it is not possible to pierce the secrecy of the grand jury, and thus to know why the jurors did not believe that criminal charges were appropriate.
What is clear is this was vicious policing and an innocent man is dead. Another conclusion is also obvious. Officer Pantaleo was stripped of his gun and badge; he needs to be stripped of his job. He used forbidden tactics to brutalize a citizen who was not acting belligerently, posed no risk of flight, brandished no weapon and was heavily outnumbered.
Any police department that tolerates such conduct, and whose officers are unable or unwilling to defuse such confrontations without killing people, needs to be reformed. And though the chance of a local criminal case is now foreclosed, the Justice Department should swiftly investigate what certainly seem like violations of Mr. Garner’s civil rights.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton responded quickly to Wednesday’s development, as they did in July, when anguish and anger flared. Mr. de Blasio went immediately to Staten Island to meet with elected officials, clergy members and other community leaders, and he issued a statement urging that New Yorkers outraged by the grand jury’s failure express themselves in peaceful ways.
Protests in New York City on Wednesday unavoidably echoed those in Ferguson, Mo., where an officer escaped indictment for fatally shooting Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager. Protesters in both places have every right to deplore both outcomes, as well as the appalling frequency of fatal encounters between black men and the police.
New Yorkers, at least, have a mayor and Police Department that have not fully squandered their credibility with the public. Mr. de Blasio’s and Mr. Bratton’s vows to retrain the police force top to bottom in defusing conflict, to reduce unwarranted arrests and restore community trust, remain credible, if far from fulfilled.
Those who seek justice should remain hopeful, if skeptical and wary. Indeed, if not for a bystander with a cellphone, the police officers’ version of events would have been the prevailing one: that Mr. Garner “resisted arrest” and had to be subdued.
Mr. Garner, who was 43, and left a wife and six children, cannot speak for himself. But the video, at least, speaks for him. It’s a heartbreaking, damning exhibit, showing Mr. Garner’s final moments alive, and his final words: “I can’t breathe.”
The New York Times, The Editorial Board, New Inquiry Needed on Eric Garner’s Death
coach backstage [* members attending not confirmed / jonghyun will not attend due to first concert]
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day i) [8pm]
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day ii) [6pm / 8pm]
simply k-pop: we love gangwon special [7pm] [* jonghyun will not attend unless prerecorded]
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day iii) [6pm]
[minho] like the first time - debut / first airing
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day iv) [8pm]
[key] in the heights [2pm / 6:30pm]
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day v) [6pm]
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day vi) [6pm]
[key] in the heights [2pm / 6:30pm]
2015 a-nation stadium festival (airing)
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day vii) [6pm]
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day viii) [8pm]
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day ix) [4pm / 8pm]
[jonghyun] the story by jonghyun (day x) [8pm]
[japan] 「girls award 2015 」
[japan] shinee world j fanclub event in yokohama (day i)
[japan] sing your song release
[japan] shinee world j fanclub event in yokohama (day ii)
[japan] 2015 super concert
the shilla duty free first fanmeet
[japan] shinee world j fanclub event in hamamatsu
[japan] shinee world j fanclub event in fukuoka
[japan] shinee world j fanclub event in osaka
february 2nd, 2016:
[rumored] [onew] descendants of the sun - debut / first airing
blue night (with jonghyun) is broadcasted nightly, whether live or prerecorded (fridays, saturdays and sundays are usually prerecorded) from midnight to 2am kst. the show is rarely held live at the garden studio but, when it is, it's usually announced earlier on in the week that it will be.
key can be seen mcing on "m!countdown" (unless otherwise specified) every thursday at 6pm kst.
minho can be seen mcing on "music core" (unless otherwise specified) every saturday at 4pm kst.
* this schedule is subject to change and be added on to (especially if the dates are far in the future). each time listed is in kst. you can also find a frequently updated schedule on the front / main page of fyjjong! every schedule that does not have a bracket with a name or location in front of it is ot5 and / or held in korea.
The pair, who will make the announcement at a 2:30 p.m. ET press
conference in New York that was organized by attorney Gloria Allred,
will be joined by another former Playboy Playmate, Sarita Butterfield,
who has previously alleged that Cosby assaulted her.
In an announcement, Allred identified one of the women as “an
aspiring actress” at the time of her assault and the other as a flight
Cosby is scheduled to give a deposition in another case, brought by
former Playboy Playmate Judy Huth, next month, and Allred said she would
discuss “what Mr. Cosby can expect when he give[s] his testimony under
With these new allegations, the total number of women who have
accused Cosby of rape, sexual assault or sexual misconduct now stands at
Last week, Allred held a press conference at which three more women brought forward their allegations against Cosby.
The additional five came after a blockbuster New York Magazine cover
that showed the larger group of women sitting in rows of chairs. The
last chair was left empty, symbolizing the women who had not yet stepped