bootylicious-biotic:

thefanaticbiotic:

hisnameisdesmondmiles:

so i found this couple on the citadel and decided to photobomb them

Excellent

perfection

summonerscode:

Exhibit 335
Kassadin [39:33]: this jarvan has the worst dunks ive ever seen
Katarina [40:00]: LeBronze James
(Thanks to Abhinav for the quote!)

summonerscode:

Exhibit 335

Kassadin [39:33]: this jarvan has the worst dunks ive ever seen

Katarina [40:00]: LeBronze James

(Thanks to Abhinav for the quote!)

katfuzzmunchkin:

Done!

You can all stop reblogging that WIP post with the gifs now

Seriously please stop

trickstercarlos:

B)
spicy-spicer:

in a jiffy

spicy-spicer:

in a jiffy

seifukucat:

i caused the crisis in ukraine with this post

seifukucat:

i caused the crisis in ukraine with this post

amischiefofmice:

orfs:

averyterrible:

thisplaceisdespair:

flatluigi:

stormingtheivory:

So can we talk about the absolutely stunning duplicity going on here?

holy shit

ok, why the fuck is the graph upside down. that is incredibly misleading

Because its from the Florida Department of Justice, and they have a mandate here.

for those who have trouble inverting it in their head, ftfy:


this is some of the most blatant twisting of info i have ever seen holy shit

Can we talk about how disingenuous this is even without the flipped graph? Stand Your Ground (SYG) alters the definition of killing in self defence. Previously, killing someone in self-defence was only legally permissible if it was ruled that you could not safely escape the situation non-violently. With SYG, it was changed to allow you to defend yourself violently even if escape was a possible option. The idea behind this was probably ostensibly to protect victims of violent crime: rather than being forced to try to flee and possibly being hurt or killed in the attempt, they could defend themselves right away without being in legal danger. However, regardless of intent SYG made it easier for a killing to be counted as self-defence. Now, notice the title of the graph: “Gun Deaths In Florida”. However, right below that you’ll notice what’s ACTUALLY being measured is murders committed with a firearm. If you kill someone with a firearm and are found not guilty of homicide by reason of self-defence, they don’t count as someone who was murdered. So it would be entirely possible for the number of deaths caused by firearms to increase, while the number of murders committed by firearms decreased, because people who had previously been convicted of homicide when they shot an assailant who then died were now being ruled not guilty by reason of self-defence. Then. the graph would be attempting to mislead you into thinking that SYG had a deterrent effect or, as was more likely the intent, that people being allowed to defend themselves with SYG led to them preventing their own murder more often, when the reality was the same number of people died and it was just a matter of less people going to jail for it.

amischiefofmice:

orfs:

averyterrible:

thisplaceisdespair:

flatluigi:

stormingtheivory:

So can we talk about the absolutely stunning duplicity going on here?

holy shit

ok, why the fuck is the graph upside down. that is incredibly misleading

Because its from the Florida Department of Justice, and they have a mandate here.

for those who have trouble inverting it in their head, ftfy:

image

this is some of the most blatant twisting of info i have ever seen holy shit

Can we talk about how disingenuous this is even without the flipped graph? Stand Your Ground (SYG) alters the definition of killing in self defence. Previously, killing someone in self-defence was only legally permissible if it was ruled that you could not safely escape the situation non-violently. With SYG, it was changed to allow you to defend yourself violently even if escape was a possible option. The idea behind this was probably ostensibly to protect victims of violent crime: rather than being forced to try to flee and possibly being hurt or killed in the attempt, they could defend themselves right away without being in legal danger. However, regardless of intent SYG made it easier for a killing to be counted as self-defence. Now, notice the title of the graph: “Gun Deaths In Florida”. However, right below that you’ll notice what’s ACTUALLY being measured is murders committed with a firearm. If you kill someone with a firearm and are found not guilty of homicide by reason of self-defence, they don’t count as someone who was murdered. So it would be entirely possible for the number of deaths caused by firearms to increase, while the number of murders committed by firearms decreased, because people who had previously been convicted of homicide when they shot an assailant who then died were now being ruled not guilty by reason of self-defence. Then. the graph would be attempting to mislead you into thinking that SYG had a deterrent effect or, as was more likely the intent, that people being allowed to defend themselves with SYG led to them preventing their own murder more often, when the reality was the same number of people died and it was just a matter of less people going to jail for it.

nise3kawan:

Twitter / freezer999: オバマ大統領と矢澤にこ …

yukikachan:

Think I’ll do a series of klk x pmmm crossovers c: Haven’t doodled in a while~