colleenrants:

MST3K Drinks: Trollenberg Treat (Crawling Eye non-alcoholic)
1 mug of rich, milk based chocolate
1 teaspoon of instant coffee crystals
1 teaspoon of chocolate syrup
1 teaspoon of orange syrup
fresh whipped cream
Stir instant coffee and syrups into mug of hot chocolate, top with whipped cream and dust with cocoa powder.

The way you have this framed makes it look like Crow’s gonna drown.

colleenrants:

MST3K Drinks: Trollenberg Treat (Crawling Eye non-alcoholic)

1 mug of rich, milk based chocolate

1 teaspoon of instant coffee crystals

1 teaspoon of chocolate syrup

1 teaspoon of orange syrup

fresh whipped cream

Stir instant coffee and syrups into mug of hot chocolate, top with whipped cream and dust with cocoa powder.

The way you have this framed makes it look like Crow’s gonna drown.

dragonsroar:

i have done very extensive research on thsi subject and am confident that my predictions about the characters will be 100% accurate

Persona Protagonists
Persona: Mysterious Nerd
Persona 2: Rebellious Nerd
Persona 3: Emo Nerd
Persona 4: Outgoing Nerd
Persona 5: Nerd Nerd

toterfisch:

I will now make Blondies.

I have made the Blondies.

I will now make Blondies.

KMFDM - Juke-Joint Jezebel (Giorgio Moroder Metropolis Mix)
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the—slain:

KMFDM - Juke-Joint Jezebel (Giorgio Moroder Metropolis Mix)

exclusively-positive-press:


PICTURED ABOVE: Secretary General of the Mau Mau War Veterans Association, Gitu wa Kahengeri, right, shakes hands with British High Commissioner to Kenya Christian Turner, left.

Britain Apologizes For Colonial-Era Torture Of Kenyan Rebels

[tw: torture, sexual assault]
The wrinkled faces of the elderly Kenyans who gathered in a downtown Nairobi hotel registered gratitude, relief and joy Thursday as Britain’s high commissioner said what many waited decades to hear.
Britain said it “sincerely regrets” the acts of torture a British colonial government carried out against Kenyans fighting for liberation from colonial rule in the 1950s and 1960s. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London insisted that an “expression of deep regret” was not the same thing as an apology, which would have legal implications. But the victims of British abuses a half-century ago appeared satisfied, even jubilant.
Several thousand now-elderly Kenyans say they were beaten and sexually assaulted by officers acting for the British administration trying to suppress the “Mau Mau” rebellion, during which groups of Kenyans attacked British officials and white farmers who had settled in some of Kenya’s most fertile lands.
In London, Foreign Secretary William Hague told the House of Commons the government recognizes that Kenyans were subject to torture and other ill treatment. Thursday’s settlement will pay about $21.5 million to the 5,200 Kenyans who were found to have been tortured, or about $4,100 per Kenyan victim. Another $9.25 million goes to pay costs to the Kenyans’ legal team.
"This success is total jubilation. We are so happy today because the truth will be told worldwide," said Francis Mutisi, assistant secretary general of the Mau Mau War Veterans Association. Mutisi said he was detained by Britain’s colonial government for three weeks in 1960 while looking for a job.
Read more.

exclusively-positive-press:

PICTURED ABOVE: Secretary General of the Mau Mau War Veterans Association, Gitu wa Kahengeri, right, shakes hands with British High Commissioner to Kenya Christian Turner, left.

Britain Apologizes For Colonial-Era Torture Of Kenyan Rebels

[tw: torture, sexual assault]

The wrinkled faces of the elderly Kenyans who gathered in a downtown Nairobi hotel registered gratitude, relief and joy Thursday as Britain’s high commissioner said what many waited decades to hear.

Britain said it “sincerely regrets” the acts of torture a British colonial government carried out against Kenyans fighting for liberation from colonial rule in the 1950s and 1960s. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London insisted that an “expression of deep regret” was not the same thing as an apology, which would have legal implications. But the victims of British abuses a half-century ago appeared satisfied, even jubilant.

Several thousand now-elderly Kenyans say they were beaten and sexually assaulted by officers acting for the British administration trying to suppress the “Mau Mau” rebellion, during which groups of Kenyans attacked British officials and white farmers who had settled in some of Kenya’s most fertile lands.

In London, Foreign Secretary William Hague told the House of Commons the government recognizes that Kenyans were subject to torture and other ill treatment. Thursday’s settlement will pay about $21.5 million to the 5,200 Kenyans who were found to have been tortured, or about $4,100 per Kenyan victim. Another $9.25 million goes to pay costs to the Kenyans’ legal team.

"This success is total jubilation. We are so happy today because the truth will be told worldwide," said Francis Mutisi, assistant secretary general of the Mau Mau War Veterans Association. Mutisi said he was detained by Britain’s colonial government for three weeks in 1960 while looking for a job.

Read more.

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:

A Sten armed British soldier keeps watch over suspected insurgents in Kenya.
(Cody Images)

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:

A Sten armed British soldier keeps watch over suspected insurgents in Kenya.

(Cody Images)

imagesofwar:

Mau Mau gang during Mau Mau Uprising.

imagesofwar:

Mau Mau gang during Mau Mau Uprising.

artapparent:

The First Grader (2010)
Beautiful movie based on the true story of Kimani Maruge, an 84 year old villager and a Mau Mau veteran, who decides to enroll in school for the first time to educate himself after hearing an announcement on the radio about the Kenyan government’s offering of free primary school education to “all”. All while facing resistance from the public’s claims of an “old man” taking up space.
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'Seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave' - Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wa aale wasallam)

artapparent:

The First Grader (2010)

Beautiful movie based on the true story of Kimani Maruge, an 84 year old villager and a Mau Mau veteran, who decides to enroll in school for the first time to educate himself after hearing an announcement on the radio about the Kenyan government’s offering of free primary school education to “all”. All while facing resistance from the public’s claims of an “old man” taking up space.

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'Seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave' - Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wa aale wasallam)

lightmagic:

機動警察パトレイバー 篠原重工製AV-98 イングラム - 福島映画フェスティバル - 2014.08.30 

場所的に背後から撮るとスケール感が少し分かりますね。
背中にはアンビリカルケーブルの接続コネクタが。


Izumi Noa scanned from my copy of the Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor “Pulsation” art book by Takada Akemi.

Izumi Noa scanned from my copy of the Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor “Pulsation” art book by Takada Akemi.