So I was doing more Aquabats-related work on Wikipedia today; specifically, I created pages for "Super Rad!", "Fashion Zombies!" and “The Shark Fighter!"…they’re a little rusty right now, but I’ll polish them up once I get some rest.
I stumbled across this while I was working on the “Shark Fighter!” article: a 1979 Italian shark film directed by Enzo G. Castellari and starring Franco “Django” Nero, both of whom I’m a fan of, yet I’d never seen this one before (I simply don’t like shark films, which comprise about 45% of all recorded cinema).
Does, uh…does something about this poster seem, er…familiar somehow? Like…maybe we’ve seen this kind of imagery before? Hmm…
Seriously, watch the trailer. The plot is different, but from the clothes to the slow-mo running shot at the end, it’s exact. ‘Super Show!’ is a veritable cornucopia of obscure pop culture references and I love it more and more each day.
The Highway Patrol of St. Louis has taken over for the St. Louis PD. Their captain is from Ferguson, and has been marching with the protesters.
From Reddit’s Live Feed: http://www.reddit.com/live/tdrph3y49ftn/
Ferguson Police Relieved of Duty. Highway patrol, led by a Ferguson native, put in charge. -
Spreading the primary data from last night - all of the videos and other first-hand accounts - has apparently worked as it should. The governor of Missouri has relieved the Ferguson Police Department of duty and replaced them with the Highway Patrol. They are led by Ferguson native, Capt. Ronald S. Johnson, who says he is dedicated to keeping his community safe, but allowing the demonstrators their say.
The news is doubled with the news that the FBI is more clearly going to oversee the investigation into the shooting of Chris Brown. All of this points to the people in charge recognizing that what the Ferguson police did last night was wrong, and I’m sure that everyone’s hard work to get live footage out there and spread across social media played an active part in that.
There are only 2 states where the legality of filming police officers can get to be legally questionable. In all other 48 states, the courts have ruled that as long as you are not interfering with their work and aren’t breaking any laws (trespassing), you have a right to film a police officer as they fulfill their duties in public.
(Source: juboktimusprime, via andyaquabat)
watch this link please now!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do not just like this, reblog it and watch it, they need witnesses, the police need to know they are being watched and that black lives fucking matter
This whole thing is sickening. I don’t want to spread misinformation, but actual footage from what is happening is primary evidence and needs to be seen.
(Source: personablesmile, via adriofthedead)