“Namaste, Commish.” (Arian Foster)
“Namaste, Commish.” (Arian Foster)
In Bellflower, CA a cop was video taped striking a handicapped woman on the bus. According to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s office, the woman, who’s name was not given, has a previous record of assaulting police. That still doesn’t excuse an officer punching her in the face when she wasn’t resisting arrest. Luckily veteran Jermaine Green was there to catch the whole incident on his phone. (via huffingtonpost.com)
Aliaa Maghda El-Mahdy is a 20-year-old political activist from Cairo who has gained infamy in Egypt for posting the following nude photos as a feminist statement against radical Islamic oppression. Pot, consider yourself stirred.
What a terrible day for humanity when a group of people laugh at some jerk punching out an old man. No arrests have been made, but Chicago police did launch an investigation. This event apparently happened in April, but the video only recently surfaced on the internet. You can read the full story at Chicago Tribune (via chicagotribune.com)
After marching all day against Monday night’s sneak attack dismantling of Occupy Oakland’s camp, the Oakland Police Department bombarded protesters with tear gas, rubber bullets, and flash grenades. Welcome to America. Be afraid.
A 2-part documentary explaining the survival of Ross Capicchioni after being betrayed and ambushed by his own friend on the rough streets of Detroit. With the current loss of life that has been going around this year, it is amazing to see someone outlast a brutal incident such as this. You can view the second part of his amazing story HERE. (via reddit.com) View Media ›
Right-wing website mogul Andrew Breitbart is mad because people on Twitter think he’s gay, or something, and he can’t wait for a physical fight with progressives so that, with help from his military friends, he can prove that he’s a real man. (via wonkette.com)
Comics Bulletin has put together a list of the best contemporary crime comics, a genre that has seen an incredible resurgence recently. Since it’s only a matter of time before all of these are ruined by questionable film adaptations, you should run out and get the books first. (via comicsbulletin.com) View List ›
Warning: Graphic violence. Just in time for Comic-Con, Lionsgate released this 3-minute clip of a young Conan doing what barbarians do best. Watch Video ›
The Japanese have apparently taken the game King of the Hill, substituted a wooden poll, and added copious, copious amounts of ultraviolence . I’m pretty sure the refs only exist to make sure that nobody wields their leather protective headgear as a weapon. View Media ›
Unicorns won’t think twice about cutting you. View List ›
This was a lot more violent than I was expecting. Still, everyone has different ways of making sandwiches, I guess? View Media ›
TMZ has obtained footage of former UFC superstar Roger Huerta engaging in a bloody street fight in Austin, Texas this weekend — against a man who appears to have socked a woman in the head.
When Hollywood inevitably ends up making the Lego Movie, let’s just hope it is as badass as this. Violence! Watch Video ›
This chart breaks down the percentage of women who believe it is OK for their husbands to hit them, by country. Jordan, Somalia, and Ethiopia top it off with around 80% of women saying it’s OK, while women in Serbia, Georgia, and Belize say no way. View Image ›
The LA Lakers, hot off their NBA Championship victory, are having a parade through Los Angeles, despite fears about crime and violence.
Glenn Beck and two of his guests argued that Adolph Hitler & the Nazi Party were “leftwing”; that “political correctness” led the committed white supramacist, James Von Brunn, to shoot a security guard at the Holocaust Museum in DC; & that ultimately Obama is the one responsible for the violence yesterday.
A new site dedicated to calling out the people in the world who deserve a punch in the face, including some of your favorites: No Umbrella Etiquette Lady, Disgruntled Ticket Agent, and… Ronald McDonald. Passive agressive, much?
All 40 fatalities from the new Mortal Kombat video game. Remember when people said video games encouraged violence? Those people were so stupid! Watch Video ›
Before Carrie Bradshaw and Gossip Girl, New York had its sh*t years, ridden with crime, bankruptcy, and violence. This vintage subway sticker, which warns commuters against the use of knives, guns, and bombs (!), brings to mind a simpler time when anyone with a vagina carried Mace, which - inevitably - had to be used it at least once. In an era where the worst thing you can do on the subway is drink a cup of coffee, traveling underground can still be a nightmare when the most rancid-smelling hobo in town decides to take a nap in the seat right next to you. For twenty minutes. In rush hour. View Image ›