Michelle for president
As a paranormal/horror blogger I can assure you these child abuse ads are the most scariest and saddest thing I’ve ever seen. Probably because things like that are happening RIGHT NOW at this very INSTANT.
And it’s horrifying but hopefully these ads bring more attention towards it.
I got these from this buzzfeed article. You can view more ads and the sources for these ads there as well.
"As a paranormal/horror blogger"
When I met and shook hands with President Obama on Friday I introduced myself and said, “my name is Spencer Griffin and I work at collegehumor.com.” He said, “okay, so are you funny?” and I said confidently, “yeah, I’m funny.” And he said, “tell me something funny.” And I blanked. He laughed and said, “yeah, that’s what I thought.” I got roasted by the President of the United States.
I live in a tourist town. Probably THE tourist town - Salem, Massachusetts - home to the infamous Salem Witch Trials, wizards, warlocks and enough vomit inducing kitsch to last you a lifetime.
Nine months out of the year, Salem is a sleepy, seaside town with lots of bars and restaurants to keep the locals happy. The “fun” comes when summer starts, and in October all of the greater Boston area descends upon the town in hoards that can reach up to 150,000 per day around Halloween.
I don’t dislike living in Salem, but I don’t love how busy it gets. I own a condo downtown, on the water, and often avoid the city center. Today, I wanted to challenge myself to see my town like a tourist. Armed with my Lensbaby Spark, I set out on foot to explore what makes my town a destination for people from all over the world.
I was pretty happy with the results.
Photography by Bex
these photos are beautifulcome up for some days & go to Salem with me
Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.