real talk tho how the fuck am I expected to sleep if FXX is airing every Simpsons episode ever made this entire week
It makes no difference to me
If I die in my sleep tonight
I’m sick to the bone
And longing for home
datassforscience said: IF YOU DO TELL IM LOOKING FOR HIM CAUSE THAT BITCH OWES ME MONEY
oh the one that lives on broke-ass lane
nah man idk that dude
Anonymous said: DO YOU KNOW THE MUFFIN MAN
the one that lives on drury lane?
Anonymous said: I'm really sorry you had a really bad day and I'm even more sorry that I can't send you any of the things that you're asking. All I can send is this message, telling you that I hope you feel better soon, because you so deserve it. I also wanted to tell you that I was glad you had finally received your Bucky Bear, because I know how badly you wanted one. Hopefully it brings you some comfort today. I'll be keeping you in my thoughts.
I really appreciate it. And I love my friend :) he’s great and has been very therapeutic to cuddle with.
Thankfully I’m feeling a lot better now after talking with some friends.
WASHINGTON, DC — Earlier today, the National Bar Association filed a lawsuit against the City of Ferguson, MO and the Ferguson Police Department seeking any and all incident reports, investigative reports, notes and memorandums prepared by Ferguson Police officers, in-dash camera video, photographs, cellphone video and recordings in connection with the shooting death of Michael Brown.
The National Bar Association also sent a Preservation of Evidence Notice to both entities requesting that they preserve the police officers’ raw notes of all statements, observations, and data collected from the scene of the incident, specifically including the officer involved and all responding officers, officer detail logs from the crime scene, and video & photographic evidence related to the August 9, 2014, fatal shooting of Michael Brown and subsequent arrests of protestors in the City of Ferguson.
"There can be no full, fair and accurate accounting in any state or federal criminal or civil action unless any and all footage is carefully preserved," stated Pamela J. Meanes, President of the National Bar Association. "We want to ensure the family of Micheal Brown and the residents of St. Louis understand correct measures are being taken to protect evidence regarding this tragic incident."
In wake of the recent events taking place in Ferguson and across the country, the National Bar Association has developed a task force that will evaluate complaints of police misconduct and/or police brutality nationwide, an online petition has been created calling for an independent investigation for the death of Micheal Brown Jr. and an open book request has been filed in 25 cities and states for information on police actions.
The lawsuit comes days after the City of Ferguson Police Department released the name of Darren Wilson, the officer identified of shooting Brown.
The Ferguson Police are probably shredding their asses off right now