Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues Trailer
Just received this in the post from the lovely @bloodandglamour, so in love can’t wait to try out the nail charms! Everyone should go check out and follow her blog it’s pretty sick :)
this is still the best story ever told at a talk show
These are only a few photos of what’s happening in Brazil. We will not tolerate power abuse. We will change. The media shut down 3g signals around the conflict areas, along with radio signals. The TV is only covering the parts that stain the people’s reputation, the public. The TV’s being puppeteered by FIFA and big shot politicians. Don’t come to Brazil. Don’t support FIFA. We don’t need world cups, and we won’t have. The revolution will not be televised. Please signal boost this for the world to see what’s going on.
UPDATE: Our president, Dilma Rousseff, is threatening to shut down internet in the whole country, due to (but not only) recently getting booed by the whole stadium (60k people more or less) while declaring open the confederations cup. This is not okay. This is untolerable. We live in a democracy. We want our rights. Again, please, Signal boost this.
This may be the funniest Vine I have ever seen.
Eve - Who’s That Girl?
This adorable little boy finally got the chance to sing his favorite Nicki Minaj song.
Costa Rican Drug Addicts Are Killing Turtles and Conservationists
At the end of last month, Costa Rica witnessed its first turtle conservationist murder. On the evening of the May 30, Jairo Mora Sandoval and four other conservationists were abducted while carrying out their checks on Moin beach near Limon, a city on the east coast of the country. While the four others were tied up and left in a house, Sandoval was beaten to death. His body was found in the early hours, allegedly with sand stuffed in his mouth—a clear message to conservationists that they should keep their mouths shut.
For years, volunteers in Costa Rica have battled against poachers to protect the endangered leatherback, green, and hawksbill turtle species as they move onto the country’s beaches to lay their eggs. And despite beatings, robberies, and threats at gunpoint, the conservationists protecting the dwindling turtle population have struggled on.
Jairo had been working as a beach monitor for the Wider Caribbean Sea Turtle Conservation Network (WIDECAST). In the immediate aftermath of his death, WIDECAST suspended projects on the stretch of coast where he was killed. However, in other parts of the country the work carries on undisturbed, with many redoubling their efforts and continuing the work that Jairo gave his life to.
Sick little video from The Albion.