“This a photograph taken from the teenager (shirtless guy) named Austin Schafer’s Twitter account, of a kid being tied up and beaten by upper classmen at Columbia High School in Nampa, Idaho.
This is a recent photograph and one where the school’s authorities have not taken action yet. Remember this kid’s name and repost this picture.
The Neanderthal trash who are bullying him deserve to have this picture plastered all over the Internet for prospective college admission offices to see so their career pinnacle can be asking me which kind of soup I want at Olive Garden.
If you’ve been a victim of bullying or know someone who has, please repost.”
I hate people.
What the fuck is wrong with people.
you are all way bigger pieces of shit than you apparently think this kid is. He looks terrified. You fuckers disgust me.
Signal Boost. I think everyone who sees this should call the school.
I’ve got 2,400 followers on here. You all know what to do… reblog the shit out of this.
what the actual fuck. when will people realize that bullying is NOT okay, and it never will be. it’s cruel, and sick. if you bully people i reserve the deepest circle of hell for you bastards.
IVE NEVER HIT REBLOG SO FAST IN MY WHOLE LIFE
I still don’t understand why political parties are called “parties”. like where is the beer? who wants to pop bottles? why isn’t barack playing pong with me? did Romney just roll a joint? nobody knows
Rape, By The Numbers.
everyone needs to see this graphic
me is sad
Police Report on Arrest of Rosa Parks
On December 1, 1955, during a typical evening rush hour in Montgomery, Alabama, a 42 year-old woman took a seat near the front of the bus on her way home from the Montgomery Fair department store where she worked as a seamstress. Refusing to yield her seat to a white passenger when instructed by the bus driver, police were called and she was arrested.
The police report shows that Rosa Parks was charged with “refusing to obey orders of bus driver.” According to the report, she was taken to the police station, where she was booked, fingerprinted, and briefly incarcerated.
The event touched off a 381-day boycott of the Montgomery, Alabama, bus system in which a 26-year-old unknown minister, Martin Luther King, Jr., emerged as the leader.
(more via DocsTeach)
that’s why you shouldn’t try to keep up with the kardashians