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OperationSAFE The Pixel Project PhotOH! Money that speaks for the 99% PhotOH! Money that speaks for the 99% · Monday, October 17th, 2011 at 12:35 pm You can see more money that speaks for the 99% here, at Occupy George. Brilliant: H/t: @katewarren Speaking of Political Carnival, it's fundrasing time again: If we are one thing here at TPC, it's being up front. 2012 will be a hugely busy (election) year, and we intend to dedicate all of our time to bringing you the latest breaking news (and humor, snarkitude, videos, commentary)... which means not having to worry about basic things like heat and food, what with Mr. You can donate at any time by using the PayPal donate button in the sidebar, or if you need a snail mail addy, feel free to email In addition, if anyone wants to sponsor us for three months with an ad in the sidebar, please email Paddy. Without donations, we have no Political Carnival. Please, though, never forget that we truly appreciate you guys with or without the donations.

Digital Democracy | Empowering Civic Engagement Through Digital Citizens for Tax Justice From Hunger to Hope Rethink Afghanistan War The 8 Most Ridiculously Badass Protesters Ever Photographed Image found by the awesome Strigoi Another protester in the anti-Mubarak riots, Flaming Scarf Guy looks like he walked straight out of an anime (that he just firebombed). The context is unclear even in the original Al Jazeera photo, so we can't say if he caused that explosion, or if he just sort of appears out of the ether whenever there is an explosion. We're going to assume a terrifying combination of the two, like a napalm-based variant of the Bloody Mary legend. Plenty of people see this picture and make jokes about that old action hero cliche: Cool guys don't look at explosions, they just turn and walk away. You can fight the riot cops. This is yet a third Egyptian protester, and this image completes the most epic trilogy since Lord of the Rings. This dairy farmer was protesting the EU headquarters in Brussels over rapidly falling milk prices. You knew he was coming. You knew because he's an internet staple by now.

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