Anonymous asked:

I'm a little confused (I haven't slept in over 24hrs - I might just be too tired) the grand jury has until January to decide if they will CHARGE Darren Wilson, not CONVICT? Or they have until January to convict? Please tell me it's convict. Because regardless of your 'views' on his guilt, he needs to be charged and then a jury should decide on his guilt if he doesn't take a plea deal. Charging is a no brainer, he killed someone and it needs a criminal investigation.

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justice4mikebrown:

The grand jury now has until January 7, 2015 to decide whether or not to charge Darren Wilson with the murder of Mike Brown. They can make a decision soon than that though.

Here’s some more info on the grand jury:

pregnantmales:

why wasnt i a part of this

IM STILL LAUGHING OVER THIS IT’S BEEN A DAY

what is this even from

THE PINK ONE IS SO INTO IT

WHAT IS THI S OMFG

but the real question is where can i watch this

this post gets me through everything

I 100% laughed out loud and woke up my cats.

oh come one that blue ones not even tryign

the orange one isn’t even doing it right

the brown one before the pink one on the left omg I am crying

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livingwithdisability:

#JusticeForLB launches Private Members Bill Campaign for a UK bill to help people remain at home with support rather than end up in institutions:
From http://lbbill.wordpress.com/

Connor was a young man. He needed extra help.Connor was moved to an Assessment and Treatment Unit.Connor died there. He was not sick.We must stop this happening to other people.
Connor’s mum called Connor ‘Laughing Boy’, or LB.There is a big campaign called #JusticeforLB.
The law did not help Connor.So we need to change the law.Parliament have to vote to change the law.An MP can ask Parliament to change the law.This is called a Private Members Bill.
We want to write a Private Members Bill.For now we are calling it #LBBill.This is in memory of Connor and all the other people who die for no reason.
A dad called Mark took his local council to court. He wanted his son to be able to live at home.Mark said “if you want to stop someone living at home, you must go to court. You must prove why the person cannot live at home”.
We think that sounds a good idea.We think it will stop people dying like Connor died.We want it to be the law.We want the law to keep people close to home.We want people to get the support they need where they live.
Every year, a few MPs have their names picked from a hat.These MPs can tell Parliament about a new law they want.If other people like their idea, there is a chance it can become a new law.
So:We want the law to changeWe need to agree what to put in the lawThen we need to get MPs to support us
Everyone will need to ask their MP to support #LBBill.It may not work. But we have to try.
This post was written by Steve Broach and Anne Collis.
Image from Graphics on the Go fb page

livingwithdisability:

#JusticeForLB launches Private Members Bill Campaign for a UK bill to help people remain at home with support rather than end up in institutions:

From http://lbbill.wordpress.com/

Connor was a young man. He needed extra help.
Connor was moved to an Assessment and Treatment Unit.
Connor died there. He was not sick.
We must stop this happening to other people.

Connor’s mum called Connor ‘Laughing Boy’, or LB.
There is a big campaign called #JusticeforLB.

The law did not help Connor.
So we need to change the law.
Parliament have to vote to change the law.
An MP can ask Parliament to change the law.
This is called a Private Members Bill.

We want to write a Private Members Bill.
For now we are calling it #LBBill.
This is in memory of Connor and all the other people who die for no reason.

A dad called Mark took his local council to court. He wanted his son to be able to live at home.
Mark said “if you want to stop someone living at home, you must go to court. You must prove why the person cannot live at home”.

We think that sounds a good idea.
We think it will stop people dying like Connor died.
We want it to be the law.
We want the law to keep people close to home.
We want people to get the support they need where they live.

Every year, a few MPs have their names picked from a hat.
These MPs can tell Parliament about a new law they want.
If other people like their idea, there is a chance it can become a new law.

So:
We want the law to change
We need to agree what to put in the law
Then we need to get MPs to support us

Everyone will need to ask their MP to support #LBBill.
It may not work. But we have to try.

This post was written by Steve Broach and Anne Collis.

Image from Graphics on the Go fb page

me: [makes list of TV shows i should start watching]

me: [re-watches every single episode of a show i've already seen]