I can’t even listen to the news, it is wallpaper — wall to wall terror threat crazy muslims terror threat worst thing ever…All this goes quiet in Italy for instance (where I was in August) where it is back to a civilized world…FIVE ALARMS for Britain as Cameron gave a speech with the SAME talking points we are getting, claiming that this “fight” is not for “years” but for “GENERATIONS”; and he is about to to roll out new “tools” for “security ” to “fill the gaps” — including the power to seize your passport for THOUGHT CRIMES if you are considering ‘waging jihad” whatever that is…Think of how glaringly obvious this language is…history DOES NOT WORK LIKE THAT…people could not say in 1933 that Nazism would involve a fight for ‘generations’ — these are f—ing talking points to pour money into War Inc not only for our lifetimes but our children’s’ and grandchildrens’. BRITAIN, CALL HIS BLUFF….you are in GRAVE DANGER. Sorry for the caps but this must be shared…
didn’t see this in 20 years…
Israel calls this level of destruction “self-defence”
all of you still ranting about Palestinian terrorists - their missiles have a kill ratio of 0.000953%. that’s over 1000 missiles fired to kill one person
boycott Israeli products until they cease their destruction of Palestine
This guy is my hero for today. We can all do something to help others, and help the world. It doesn’t have to be much, but if we all make that little effort life will be better.
Every Sunday, hair stylist Mark Bustos ventures through New York City in search of his next client. Although he works at an upscale salon, he’s actually looking for someone less fortunate who’d appreciate a haircut. He approaches these people and opens with the same simple phrase: “I want to do something nice for you today.” Bustos began cutting hair for the homeless in May 2012 after a visit to family members in the Philippines. There, he paid the owner of a barbershop to rent a chair and provide haircuts to impoverished children. The feeling was so rewarding that he brought the practice home. Since then, he’s performed this service to the needy in Jamaica, Costa Rica, Los Angeles, and of course, New York. All of Bustos’ styling sessions are completed in open areas like street corners and sidewalks so that the public can watch. He’s hoping that the passersby will find inspiration in the good deed and be kind to those who are less fortunate. “Every human life is worth the same,”…
this is amazing!!! simple. disturbing. sexual. this is ART!!!