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britishdetectives:

Morse’s Law.

(via izonhorizon)

So this just happened. Poor Brazil!

wilwheaton:

micdotcom:

Here’s what the anti-discrimination speeches FIFA is making players read should really say


Amidst the last minute heroics and gravity-defying goals, people seem to have forgotten the brutal police crackdowns, rampant dislocation and erosion of social services that enabled the tournament’s “success.”
Blame FIFA, the sponsoring organization whose callous hypocrisy is matched only by its savvy in obscuring the damage it inflicts. Luckily, we have Australian illustrator David Squires to keep us honest.
Using the “anti-discrimination” text FIFA has players read before matches as an entry point, the artist has created a series of comic panels interpreting what these messages really mean.
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I love the competition in the tournament, but I fucking despise FIFA.

wilwheaton:

micdotcom:

Here’s what the anti-discrimination speeches FIFA is making players read should really say

Amidst the last minute heroics and gravity-defying goals, people seem to have forgotten the brutal police crackdowns, rampant dislocation and erosion of social services that enabled the tournament’s “success.”

Blame FIFA, the sponsoring organization whose callous hypocrisy is matched only by its savvy in obscuring the damage it inflicts. Luckily, we have Australian illustrator David Squires to keep us honest.

Using the “anti-discrimination” text FIFA has players read before matches as an entry point, the artist has created a series of comic panels interpreting what these messages really mean.

Read more | Follow micdotcom 

I love the competition in the tournament, but I fucking despise FIFA.

Diana Rigg (via @channingposters)

“Do not discourage children from reading because you feel they are reading the wrong thing. Fiction you do not like is a route to other books you may prefer. And not everyone has the same taste as you.”

britishdetectives:

The cheeriest Chief Inspector in the Division.

(via lategoodbye)

This combination of Pratchett quote and Sherlock is excellent.
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