holy fuck! so how did the penguins taste?????
this is the cutest video in the entire world. this seal is just so afraid for this dumb weird baby she thinks she’s found out in the ocean. have a bird. have another bird. no, see, eat the bird! the bird is food! why won’t this stupid baby eat. open your mouth you idiot baby i will feed you bird if it’s the last thing i do
We should fear this guy
What the hell….
Lmfao, this was not what I was expecting. AT ALL.
Thats the best shit ive seen on here in a long time
"I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality.” - Frida Kahlo
all yall keep callin katt williams crazy but he the only one been makin sense for a long damn time
Watch his last standup show,dude is not crazy by far
It’s important that people see this
I dont even know who this is, but the media pulls shit like this often and it should be publicized.
his life was totally in danger.
True story; this officer (John Pike) got a settlement of $38,000 because he said he got depressed after pepper spraying these kids. Oh, the depression wasn’t for feeling remorseful for pepper spraying a bunch of college kids peacefully protesting. He got depressed because he said since the media kept playing the video of him pepper spraying peaceful kids without cause, he got threats and didn’t feel safe. He didn’t feel safe. I’m not making that up. This motherfucker collected nearly 40 grand on worker’s comp after assaulting a bunch of college kids.
This Week in War. A Friday round-up of what happened and what’s been written in the world of war and military/security affairs this week. It’s a mix of news reports, policy briefs, blog posts and longform journalism.
- Representatives for two rebel groups in Mali agreed to end hostilities and join together for peace talks with the government next month.
- Riek Machar’s rebel group in South Sudan have rejected a power-sharing deal.
- Vice reports on weapons moving into South Sudan.
- 17 were killed in in-fighting among factions of the Seleka rebel group in the Central African Republic.
- Abdullah al-Thinni has resigned as Libya’s prime minister in an attempt to end a power struggle.
- Egypt and the UAE have secretly carried out airstrikes in Libya.
- An indefinite ceasefire was brokered between Israel and Gaza.
- Scenes from on the ground in Gaza and Israel — captured by photographers Paolo Pellegrin and Peter van Agtmael.
- The UN says that 3 million people have fled Syria in the current conflict, and another 6.5 million have been internally displaced.
- American journalist Peter Theo Curtis, who has published under the name Theo Padnos, was released from captivity in Syria this week. He was held by the Nusra Front.
- His release was secured with the help of Qatar, who are continuing to try to negotiate the release of other Western hostages — one of whom is now known to be an American aid worker held by ISIS.
- Steve Coll on the kidnapping of journalists.
- ISIS captives, including James Foley, were waterboarded.
- Evan Hill remembers his correspondence with Foley.
- The mother of captive journalist Steven Sotloff has released a video plea to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi for her son’s freedom.
- Ben Hubbard and Eric Schmitt report on ISIS’s management and organizational structure.
- One piece of reporting indicates that there is support among non-extremist rebels in Syria for US action against ISIS, saying that ISIS has “ravaged” Syria and hijacked their revolution.
- Public beheadings have become a “common spectacle" in Syria, according to the UN.
- Two journalists acquired an ISIS laptop — full of “how-tos” for weaponizing the bubonic plague, among other things.
- A 33-year-old US citizen — Douglas McCain — was killed fighting for ISIS in Syria. US intelligence has reportedly identified almost a dozen Americans who have similarly traveled abroad to join ISIS.
- 43 UN peacekeepers are being held by an armed group in Syrian Golan Heights.
- Mapping ISIS’ development and expansion in Syria and Iraq.
- In Iraq, ISIS is accused of ethnic cleansing in a prison massacre in Mosul where 670 Shia prisoners were reportedly killed.
- US airstrikes in Iraq, day by day.
- Armed Yemeni rebels staged sit ins this week outside the capital city, Sanaa, protesting the government.
- An ongoing, bloody Taliban offensive in southern Afghanistan has killed as many as 900 in some of the “worst fighting” in years.
- Afghanistan’s disputed presidential election is costing the country ‘s economy $5bn.
- PM Sharif has been named by Pakistani police as a murder suspect in the deaths of 14 protesters near Lahore in June.
- Thousands of Pakistani demonstrators, lead by Tahir ul-Qadri and Imran Khan, have camped out in front of parliament in Islamabad since mid-August demanding Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif step down. Pakistan’s army chief has now been named mediator in the crisis.
- Russia has opened up a new offensive in Ukraine and NATO has accused Russia of “blatant violation" of Ukrainian sovereignty.
- Ukrainian soldiers coming out of Novoazovsk say they were “cannon fodder" for Russian tanks.
- Ukraine’s prime minister announced the country’s renewed intentions to join NATO.
- In photos: what remains of Donetsk.
- The debate over Russia’s invasion/incursion plays out, of course, on Twitter.
- Obama announced executive actions to benefit veterans, soldiers and military families.
- The prosecution rests in the Blackwater trial.
Photo: Donetsk, Ukraine. A damaged and bloody kitchen in downtown Donetsk. Sergei Ilnitsky/EPA.