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SPOTLIGHT: Desert Art Installations @ Coachella 2014

The art at this year’s Coachella made just as big of a statement as the music. From the giant astronaut to garbage cans shaped like ice cream cones, here’s a look at the various breathtaking installations at Coachella 2014.

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can we PLEASE spread this around tumblr!? the medical field is so fucked up!

Wow finally an actual post on this. I know of 2 people who used this treatment and they both overcame their illness.

cannabis leaves are jam packed full of amazing vitamins, if you know of anybody who grows, ask them for the leaves and juice them!

And THIS is the reason the incredibly powerful medical lobby doesn’t want marijuana legalized.

$1200 for cancer treatment? Where would be the hundreds of thousands of dollars in earnings for the doctors and profits for the pharmaceutical companies? Never mind that chemotherapy bankrupts and poisons the patient…

I’ve always believed cures to even the most deadliest disease lied in nature…

“Normally if a police officer pulls up, in my opinion, it’s awful odd for somebody just to take off and not want to speak to the police officer. And he had a lawful reason to be there and to stop her. […] By law, you have to be to the far left facing oncoming traffic.[…]

He told her I believe twice to quit resisting and she wouldn’t — she continued to resist. So, he put her on the ground.”

Whitehouse, TX Police Chief Craig Shelton explaining why one of his officers tackled a local woman out for a walk, threw her on the ground, and arrested her for the grave offense of walking on the wrong side of the street.

The woman, Melissa Bonnette, had begun to jog away from the officer as he followed her on his motorcycle, concerned because of his behavior that he was not a real police officer — and assuming, of course, that a real police officer would not accost her for simply walking down the street.

Her assumption was wrong, as she now seems to realize: “I really don’t want to live in a town where something like this could happen to a law-abiding citizen,” she said. “I’m not going to be able to walk anymore, and that’s sad because I enjoy walking every day. But I’m terrified. It was just so traumatic.”

Chief Shelton has said the officer in question acted appropriately and will not be reprimanded.

(via priceofliberty)

This sickens me

(Source: hipsterlibertarian)