Photos: Pro-Police Rally In Hollywood Says ‘Blue Lives Matter’: LAist

Police Union spin… Number of officers killed down. Number of civilians killed by police up. Being concerned about black lives mattering is not anti-police; it is about black lives mattering and responsibility for good policing

Those at the rally did not seem to acknowledge the fact that L.A. County police alone have killed 589 people in the line of duty from January 2000 to August 2014 —on average, one person per week.

Source: Photos: Pro-Police Rally In Hollywood Says ‘Blue Lives Matter’: LAist

Humans of New York

We were saved when they finally they put us on a boat and sent us to a camp on the mainland. For twelve days we stayed there before walking north. We walked for three weeks. I ate nothing but leaves. Like an animal. We drank from dirty rivers. My legs grew so swollen that I had to take off my shoes. When we reached the border, an Albanian policeman found us and asked if we were refugees. When we told him ‘yes,’ he said that he would help us. He told us to hide in the woods until nightfall. I did not trust this man, but I was too tired to run. When night came, he loaded us all into his car. Then he drove us to his house and let us stay there for one week. He bought us new clothes. He fed us every night. He told me: ‘Do not be ashamed. I have also lived through a war. You are now my family and this is your house too.’”

Source: Humans of New York

Something to think about …. “Times are a’changing … Salk versus Shkreli”!!

right on mark about real intent – still raised price w/o any cause other than greed

It Is What It Is


~~September 23, 2015~~ 


TOP: Hedge fund CEO, Martin Shkreli, who bought the rights to a 62-year old AIDS and cancer treatment and jacked up the price to profit from misery.
BOTTOM: Jonas Salk, who developed a cure to one of the world’s most debilitating illnesses and could’ve made millions … but he gave it away to help as many as possible.

Capitalism versus humanity.

Before people start saying Daraprim is not an AID’s drug, it is a immune infection fighting drug for AIDS patients who are not immune to fighting other bugs, so technically this is one of many drugs that AIDS patients do take to fight against their weak immune bodies.




Martin Shkreli, the controversial pharmaceutical CEO and former hedge fund manager, announced that he would reduce the price of the drug Daraprim to “a point that is more…

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