The Panther's Rant
howtobethecoolguy:

ooolalakayla:

I want this..

Me too.

Let’s go to Detroit and make our community like this…there mad brownstones to be had

howtobethecoolguy:

ooolalakayla:

I want this..

Me too.

Let’s go to Detroit and make our community like this…there mad brownstones to be had

emergentfutures:

Michael Bloomberg wants to give away his $35b fortune

Mr Bloomberg, 72, has vowed to give away his $US32.8 billion ($35.3 billion) fortune before he dies. In doing so, he hopes to sharply reduce high smoking rates in Turkey, Indonesia and other countries; bring down obesity levels in Mexico; reduce traffic in Rio de Janeiro (and Istanbul); improve road safety in India and Kenya; prevent deaths at childbirth to mothers in Tanzania; and organise cities worldwide to become more environmentally friendly and efficient in delivering services.Full Story: The Age

How about investing in America where everyone in those country want to journey to…how about Detroit, Baltimore, Cleveland!

emergentfutures:

Michael Bloomberg wants to give away his $35b fortune


Mr Bloomberg, 72, has vowed to give away his $US32.8 billion ($35.3 billion) fortune before he dies. In doing so, he hopes to sharply reduce high smoking rates in Turkey, Indonesia and other countries; bring down obesity levels in Mexico; reduce traffic in Rio de Janeiro (and Istanbul); improve road safety in India and Kenya; prevent deaths at childbirth to mothers in Tanzania; and organise cities worldwide to become more environmentally friendly and efficient in delivering services.

Full Story: The Age

How about investing in America where everyone in those country want to journey to…how about Detroit, Baltimore, Cleveland!

videodante:

1956: Gordon Parks documented the everyday lives of an extended black family living in rural Alabama under Jim Crow segregation for Life magazine’s photo-essay “The Restraints: Open and Hidden.” (via)

These are so beautiful and so haunting and so fucked up.

Yes only beauty I see

stoweboyd:

datarep:

Money raised from popular fundraisers and the number of related disease deaths.
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Proof of human stupidity #457


The truth is out there!

stoweboyd:

datarep:

Money raised from popular fundraisers and the number of related disease deaths.

Read More

Proof of human stupidity #457

The truth is out there!

Private companies against public growth in America? Of course!

Private companies against public growth in America? Of course!

Cable companies want to stop the best internet in America from growing.

So this was the title of an article on one of my favorite news site…yeah I believe that The Vergecan be labeled a news organization. Well anyway it was not surprise the findings in this article. It just shows that Capitalism is going a bit too far, and it just a matter of time before it’s fall just like Communism, and bell…

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nikoblag:

Trying too hard…

nikoblag:

Trying too hard…

Really had to share this challenge by Orlando Jones. Thus far this is the most thought provoking take on the ALS challenge.

Saw this article in the NY Times, and thought how true it is that I maybe forced out my borough as my family expands. We are definitely looking beyond BK. Looking on super commuting from upstate (for me that is anywhere past 145th St in Harlem).

I’m looking at even transposing to Detroit…I feel as a city it has the same vibe as BK, and people have that same love for detroit.

thisiscitylab:


Milwaukee’s mayor Tom Barrett cited Detroit as a cautionary tale when he defended his city’s residency requirements—in place for more than 70 years—against a challenge from Republican governor Scott Walker and GOP lawmakers in 2011. “Eleven years ago, the city of Detroit lifted the residency requirement for police officers and today, 53 percent of officers live outside of the city,” Barrett was quoted as saying by the Milwaukee Business Journal. “If we want the tax base of Milwaukee to resemble the tax base of Detroit, this is the way to go.”

-Should Cops Have to Live Where They Work?
[Photo: Reuters/Lucas Jackson]

Definitely! Then they are truly defending their family and neighborhood.

thisiscitylab:

Milwaukee’s mayor Tom Barrett cited Detroit as a cautionary tale when he defended his city’s residency requirements—in place for more than 70 years—against a challenge from Republican governor Scott Walker and GOP lawmakers in 2011. “Eleven years ago, the city of Detroit lifted the residency requirement for police officers and today, 53 percent of officers live outside of the city,” Barrett was quoted as saying by the Milwaukee Business Journal. “If we want the tax base of Milwaukee to resemble the tax base of Detroit, this is the way to go.”

-Should Cops Have to Live Where They Work?

[Photo: Reuters/Lucas Jackson]

Definitely! Then they are truly defending their family and neighborhood.

Worked this weekend, found this note from my oldest baby girl…life worth living

Worked this weekend, found this note from my oldest baby girl…life worth living