May 17, 2013
They were responding to a domestic violence call by a neighbor who heard yelling.
In perhaps one of the most shocking police brutality videos of recent years, police in Cotati, California respond to a call about “domestic violence” by kicking down the door of a man’s home before tazing him and his wife as they scream in agony.
Before I make sweet, passionate love to a disgusting fat woman I check to make sure that her clothes came from a store that costs a lot of money. #standards
Abercrombie & Fitch is known for being an "it" clothes company for teens, and is especially loved by high class offspring in the royal circles of Great Britain. The brand's policy is to "hire good looking people in the stores to attract other good looking people" and not carry certain women's sizes like extra-large. So filmmaker Greg Karber decided to give it a new look: he collected Abercrombie & Fitch clothes at Goodwill stores to give them to homeless people. He did it in response to to the brand's CEO, Mike Jeffries, declaring that he does not want fat and poor people to wear his clothes. RT's Meghan Lopez has the details.
Alex Jones isn't really Bill Hicks, he's Richard Pryor. He had the pigmentation removed his skin just like Michael Jackson.
On today's broadcast, Alex welcomes filmmaker Kevin Booth to the show. Kevin talks about his latest film, American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny.
May 16, 2013
At least we know he's not getting on the train for free.
This was May 13 at 3:30pm in the 135th St station of the B/C. Note the one arresting officer repeatedly telling the other to "relax." The young man being arrested puts his leg up just so they don't slam his face into the wall. When I turned my camera to catch the officers streaming into the station, two of them came behind me and one officer (Mancebo?) pushed me out of the station and would not let me turn around. Afterwards, I counted twelve police cars around the station.
May 14, 2013
I think I could get into this in the right club atmosphere.