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Batman/Catwoman - Batpod
The Dark Knight Rises
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We let go
We say goodbye
We walk away
We fall down
We fall apart
We get back up
We relearn how to breathe
We take just one step
We move on.

~by submissiveinclination~
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And the church said?

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There’s no time for romance, we have shit to Avenge.
Scarlett Johansson, on the lack of romantic subplot in The Avengers (via coffeeorsomething)
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“A cell phone video posted to YouTube this week shows a St. Paul police officer roughing up a black man who was apparently doing nothing more than sitting in the skyway, waiting to pick up his kids.

At 9:43 a.m. on January 31, police were summoned to the skyway in downtown St. Paul’s First National Bank Building on a report of a man loitering. The video footage shows an officer asking the then-27-year-old man to provide his name.

“Why do I have to let you know who I am? Who I am isn’t the problem,” the man calmly replies.”* The Young Turks hosts John Iadarola (TYT University) and Michael Shure break it down.


Detroit resumes water service shutoffs for cash-strapped residents

The City of Detroit has once again begun shutting off water service for residents who are months behind on their bills. The move comes as a 30-day moratorium on shut-offs ended on Monday.

According to theAssociated Press, the city was scheduled to have crews out on Tuesday in order to commence with the controversial shut-offs, which are expected to hit 420 customers at first. So far, it’s unknown how many residents have actually had their service canceled.

Detroit first began taking down water service in March, as thousands of residents were either months behind on their payments or owed hundreds of dollars. Between 15,000 and 19,000 customers had their water shut down since April, and almost 45 percent of all the city’s water accounts are classified as overdue.

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