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onlymychoyce: thehighpriestofreverseracism: tashabilities: colachampagnedad: thighetician: scootsenshi: thetallblacknerd: scootsenshi: imsoshive: prettyboyshyflizzy: ROWLAND HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — An altercation between a woman, man, and a girl selling candy outside a Rowland Heights Target has gone viral, racking up more than five million views and nearly 70,000 shares. “I showed it to friends and family, not intending it to go viral at all and I guess people just started sharing it and sharing it,” said Andy Lizarraga, who posted the cellphone video on her Facebook last week. She did so after walking out of the store and witnessing a woman she says was harassing a teenage girl for selling candy for $1. “She comes up to the little kid and is like, ‘Where is your license? Have you asked permission to be here?’ And then the kid is like, ‘No, I’m just selling candy. I’m trying to make some money,’ ” Lizarraga said.“She continued to yell at her and scream at her and tell her if she didn’t have a permit, that she was going to go to jail, that Sheriff’s were on their way,” said Jay Lopez, who walked up behind her. Lopez said that when he walked up the girl was in tears. “When I walked up, she was crying hysterically,” he said. He decided to stop the back-and-forth by offering to buy the entire lot of candy. He ultimately purchased $80 worth of candy and handed them out to fellow shoppers passing by. “Mind your own business. Take care of yourself and your family and everything will come together for you,” he said. With millions of hits, Lizarraga’s inbox has been flooded. She has heard from the woman’s daughter, asking her to take the video down, but she hasn’t heard from the little girl. It’s unclear what the girl was selling the candy for. Lopez said her older brother was also selling outside the store. She was sooo mad when he said he was gonna buy all of it lmaooo Blanche woulda got a smooth RKO if that was me. Annoying ass old ppl. What a good man. These apple care mom’s I swear Apple Care Grandma My grandmother would have beaten the shit out of that Old lady. i swear white people really step out the house with the objective to ruin someone’s day for no reason at all ^^^^^^^^^^ Hope she busts her hips fucking crypt cracker This dead pissed me tf off : Exit Salida onlymychoyce: thehighpriestofreverseracism: tashabilities: colachampagnedad: thighetician: scootsenshi: thetallblacknerd: scootsenshi: imsoshive: prettyboyshyflizzy: ROWLAND HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — An altercation between a woman, man, and a girl selling candy outside a Rowland Heights Target has gone viral, racking up more than five million views and nearly 70,000 shares. “I showed it to friends and family, not intending it to go viral at all and I guess people just started sharing it and sharing it,” said Andy Lizarraga, who posted the cellphone video on her Facebook last week. She did so after walking out of the store and witnessing a woman she says was harassing a teenage girl for selling candy for $1. “She comes up to the little kid and is like, ‘Where is your license? Have you asked permission to be here?’ And then the kid is like, ‘No, I’m just selling candy. I’m trying to make some money,’ ” Lizarraga said.“She continued to yell at her and scream at her and tell her if she didn’t have a permit, that she was going to go to jail, that Sheriff’s were on their way,” said Jay Lopez, who walked up behind her. Lopez said that when he walked up the girl was in tears. “When I walked up, she was crying hysterically,” he said. He decided to stop the back-and-forth by offering to buy the entire lot of candy. He ultimately purchased $80 worth of candy and handed them out to fellow shoppers passing by. “Mind your own business. Take care of yourself and your family and everything will come together for you,” he said. With millions of hits, Lizarraga’s inbox has been flooded. She has heard from the woman’s daughter, asking her to take the video down, but she hasn’t heard from the little girl. It’s unclear what the girl was selling the candy for. Lopez said her older brother was also selling outside the store. She was sooo mad when he said he was gonna buy all of it lmaooo Blanche woulda got a smooth RKO if that was me. Annoying ass old ppl. What a good man. These apple care mom’s I swear Apple Care Grandma My grandmother would have beaten the shit out of that Old lady. i swear white people really step out the house with the objective to ruin someone’s day for no reason at all ^^^^^^^^^^ Hope she busts her hips fucking crypt cracker This dead pissed me tf off
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waltersupermercado: c-bassmeow: waltersupermercado: c-bassmeow: prettyboyshyflizzy: ROWLAND HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — An altercation between a woman, man, and a girl selling candy outside a Rowland Heights Target has gone viral, racking up more than five million views and nearly 70,000 shares. “I showed it to friends and family, not intending it to go viral at all and I guess people just started sharing it and sharing it,” said Andy Lizarraga, who posted the cellphone video on her Facebook last week. She did so after walking out of the store and witnessing a woman she says was harassing a teenage girl for selling candy for $1. “She comes up to the little kid and is like, ‘Where is your license? Have you asked permission to be here?’ And then the kid is like, ‘No, I’m just selling candy. I’m trying to make some money,’ ” Lizarraga said.“She continued to yell at her and scream at her and tell her if she didn’t have a permit, that she was going to go to jail, that Sheriff’s were on their way,” said Jay Lopez, who walked up behind her. Lopez said that when he walked up the girl was in tears. “When I walked up, she was crying hysterically,” he said. He decided to stop the back-and-forth by offering to buy the entire lot of candy. He ultimately purchased $80 worth of candy and handed them out to fellow shoppers passing by. “Mind your own business. Take care of yourself and your family and everything will come together for you,” he said. With millions of hits, Lizarraga’s inbox has been flooded. She has heard from the woman’s daughter, asking her to take the video down, but she hasn’t heard from the little girl. It’s unclear what the girl was selling the candy for. Lopez said her older brother was also selling outside the store. She was sooo mad when he said he was gonna buy all of it lmaooo old white people swear they saving the world …. bless that man and that child  and fuck that old yeller  I need to get a license to slap that old bitch straight to hell and back. Let’s jump her I’ll jump her with these : Exit Salida waltersupermercado: c-bassmeow: waltersupermercado: c-bassmeow: prettyboyshyflizzy: ROWLAND HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — An altercation between a woman, man, and a girl selling candy outside a Rowland Heights Target has gone viral, racking up more than five million views and nearly 70,000 shares. “I showed it to friends and family, not intending it to go viral at all and I guess people just started sharing it and sharing it,” said Andy Lizarraga, who posted the cellphone video on her Facebook last week. She did so after walking out of the store and witnessing a woman she says was harassing a teenage girl for selling candy for $1. “She comes up to the little kid and is like, ‘Where is your license? Have you asked permission to be here?’ And then the kid is like, ‘No, I’m just selling candy. I’m trying to make some money,’ ” Lizarraga said.“She continued to yell at her and scream at her and tell her if she didn’t have a permit, that she was going to go to jail, that Sheriff’s were on their way,” said Jay Lopez, who walked up behind her. Lopez said that when he walked up the girl was in tears. “When I walked up, she was crying hysterically,” he said. He decided to stop the back-and-forth by offering to buy the entire lot of candy. He ultimately purchased $80 worth of candy and handed them out to fellow shoppers passing by. “Mind your own business. Take care of yourself and your family and everything will come together for you,” he said. With millions of hits, Lizarraga’s inbox has been flooded. She has heard from the woman’s daughter, asking her to take the video down, but she hasn’t heard from the little girl. It’s unclear what the girl was selling the candy for. Lopez said her older brother was also selling outside the store. She was sooo mad when he said he was gonna buy all of it lmaooo old white people swear they saving the world …. bless that man and that child  and fuck that old yeller  I need to get a license to slap that old bitch straight to hell and back. Let’s jump her I’ll jump her with these
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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://fuckboy4equality.tumblr.com/post/140323230328">fuckboy4equality</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://ooksaidthelibrarian.tumblr.com/post/105429118243">ooksaidthelibrarian</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://maggie-stiefvater.tumblr.com/post/105405172011">maggie-stiefvater</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://nevver.tumblr.com/post/105379493724">nevver</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://designobserver.com/feature/whats-wrong-with-this-picture/38702/">What’s wrong with this picture</a>?</p> </blockquote> <p>I’ll tell you what’s wrong with this picture: assumption.</p> <p>This picture has gone viral as thousands of people deliver searing indictments of both smartphones and teens.</p> <p>I’ve met a couple of teens. I’ve had a couple smartphones. Could these teens be playing Angry Birds or texting stupid jokes to each other? Yeah, they could.</p> <p>But they could also be googling provenance for that painting or taking a second to text a friend about how amazing the museum is or completing an assignment given off-screen by someone standing just beside the photographer. They could be taking notes about the palette choice so that later they turn into a generation of artists that take your breath away.</p> <p>What’s wrong with this picture? Nothing, until proven otherwise. Welcome to 2014.</p> </blockquote> <p><a href="https://twitter.com/Iittlelamb/status/541677327923834882">They are actually using an app as part of their museum tour.</a></p> </blockquote> <p>I was talking to my nan and my mum, and my nan was complaining that she hadn’t been able to find her favourite biscuits in shops any more, so I got my phone out when they went off in a tangent, and my nan must’ve been looking critically at me because my mum suddenly said “He’s getting the biscuits online.” Like, I think a lot of people see smartphone and just assume it’s a game or Facebook, and some of the time it is, but a lot of the time it’s that you’re actually doing something helpful or relevant or looking something up for someone.</p> </blockquote> <p>&ldquo;People are using tools to do things! Sound the alarms! Burn them as witches!&rdquo;</p>: <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://fuckboy4equality.tumblr.com/post/140323230328">fuckboy4equality</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://ooksaidthelibrarian.tumblr.com/post/105429118243">ooksaidthelibrarian</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://maggie-stiefvater.tumblr.com/post/105405172011">maggie-stiefvater</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://nevver.tumblr.com/post/105379493724">nevver</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://designobserver.com/feature/whats-wrong-with-this-picture/38702/">What’s wrong with this picture</a>?</p> </blockquote> <p>I’ll tell you what’s wrong with this picture: assumption.</p> <p>This picture has gone viral as thousands of people deliver searing indictments of both smartphones and teens.</p> <p>I’ve met a couple of teens. I’ve had a couple smartphones. Could these teens be playing Angry Birds or texting stupid jokes to each other? Yeah, they could.</p> <p>But they could also be googling provenance for that painting or taking a second to text a friend about how amazing the museum is or completing an assignment given off-screen by someone standing just beside the photographer. They could be taking notes about the palette choice so that later they turn into a generation of artists that take your breath away.</p> <p>What’s wrong with this picture? Nothing, until proven otherwise. Welcome to 2014.</p> </blockquote> <p><a href="https://twitter.com/Iittlelamb/status/541677327923834882">They are actually using an app as part of their museum tour.</a></p> </blockquote> <p>I was talking to my nan and my mum, and my nan was complaining that she hadn’t been able to find her favourite biscuits in shops any more, so I got my phone out when they went off in a tangent, and my nan must’ve been looking critically at me because my mum suddenly said “He’s getting the biscuits online.” Like, I think a lot of people see smartphone and just assume it’s a game or Facebook, and some of the time it is, but a lot of the time it’s that you’re actually doing something helpful or relevant or looking something up for someone.</p> </blockquote> <p>&ldquo;People are using tools to do things! Sound the alarms! Burn them as witches!&rdquo;</p>
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feminist-space: asgardreid:socialjusticehighlander:honestbrooklyndirt:micdotcom:This Christian mom’s tirade against dinosaurs just went viralIn case you thought the Internet couldn’t become any weirder, one parent is on a mission to make the dinosaurs go extinct … again. The mother’s protest has gone viral, garnering the world’s collective side-eye with a bizarre rant about dinosaurs that’s so weird it sounds like a hoax.“At my children’s school, several children were left in tears after one of their classmates (who had evidently been exposed to dinosaurs), became bestially-minded and ran around the classroom roaring and pretending to be a dinosaur.”But wait, it gets weirder. As an actual paleontologist I can assure all of you that people like this exist in spades and they show up to paleontological conventions with angry signs and need to love themselves more. I was once stopped on a sidewalk in Denver on my way into a conference by a man who told me that I was doing the devil’s work and ruining America by trying to, “reanimate God’s aborted creations.” Who hurt you? Wait, God provides abortions now?? What will the anti-choicers say? I will never forgive God for aborting the dinosaurs. : "Nothing about dinosaurs is suitable for children, from their total lack of family values through to their non-existence from any serious scientific point of view." feminist-space: asgardreid:socialjusticehighlander:honestbrooklyndirt:micdotcom:This Christian mom’s tirade against dinosaurs just went viralIn case you thought the Internet couldn’t become any weirder, one parent is on a mission to make the dinosaurs go extinct … again. The mother’s protest has gone viral, garnering the world’s collective side-eye with a bizarre rant about dinosaurs that’s so weird it sounds like a hoax.“At my children’s school, several children were left in tears after one of their classmates (who had evidently been exposed to dinosaurs), became bestially-minded and ran around the classroom roaring and pretending to be a dinosaur.”But wait, it gets weirder. As an actual paleontologist I can assure all of you that people like this exist in spades and they show up to paleontological conventions with angry signs and need to love themselves more. I was once stopped on a sidewalk in Denver on my way into a conference by a man who told me that I was doing the devil’s work and ruining America by trying to, “reanimate God’s aborted creations.” Who hurt you? Wait, God provides abortions now?? What will the anti-choicers say? I will never forgive God for aborting the dinosaurs.
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ooksaidthelibrarian: maggie-stiefvater: nevver: What’s wrong with this picture? I’ll tell you what’s wrong with this picture: assumption. This picture has gone viral as thousands of people deliver searing indictments of both smartphones and teens. I’ve met a couple of teens. I’ve had a couple smartphones. Could these teens be playing Angry Birds or texting stupid jokes to each other? Yeah, they could. But they could also be googling provenance for that painting or taking a second to text a friend about how amazing the museum is or completing an assignment given off-screen by someone standing just beside the photographer. They could be taking notes about the palette choice so that later they turn into a generation of artists that take your breath away. What’s wrong with this picture? Nothing, until proven otherwise. Welcome to 2014. They are actually using an app as part of their museum tour. : ooksaidthelibrarian: maggie-stiefvater: nevver: What’s wrong with this picture? I’ll tell you what’s wrong with this picture: assumption. This picture has gone viral as thousands of people deliver searing indictments of both smartphones and teens. I’ve met a couple of teens. I’ve had a couple smartphones. Could these teens be playing Angry Birds or texting stupid jokes to each other? Yeah, they could. But they could also be googling provenance for that painting or taking a second to text a friend about how amazing the museum is or completing an assignment given off-screen by someone standing just beside the photographer. They could be taking notes about the palette choice so that later they turn into a generation of artists that take your breath away. What’s wrong with this picture? Nothing, until proven otherwise. Welcome to 2014. They are actually using an app as part of their museum tour.

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