fiztheancient:

trynottodrown:

some tiny nudis

(sources: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10)

SMALL

nudi pics for my friends

staceythinx:

Photographer Alex Mironyuk’s amazing rock collection

atira-patrice:

abagond:

Feb. 4, 1999 - Amadou Diallo, 23 - Bronx
May 25, 1999 - Rodney Mason, 38 - Queens
May 26, 1999 - Dante Johnson, 16 - Bronx
Jun. 28, 1999 - Renato Mercado, 63 - Manhattan
Jul. 24, 1999 - Delano Maloney, 32 - Brooklyn
Aug. 5, 1999 - Jatrek Hewitt, 17 - Staten Island
Aug. 9, 1999 - Robert Striker, 54 - Manhattan
Aug. 15, 1999 - Angel Reyes, 47 - Manhattan
Aug. 18, 1999 - Larry Cobb, 30 - Manhattan 
Aug. 30, 1999 - Gidone “Gary” Busch, 31 - Brooklyn
Aug. 27, 1999 - Unidentified Man, 35 - Bronx
Sep. 1, 1999 - Richard Watson, 32 - Manhattan
Oct. 20, 1999 - Afif Hazim - Queens
Jan. 17, 2000 - Alan Zelencic, 28 - Queens 
Mar. 1, 2000 - Malcolm Ferguson, 23 - Bronx 
Mar. 1, 2000 - Maliki Raymond, 24 - Manhattan
Mar. 16, 2000 - Patrick Dorismond, 26 - Manhattan 
Mar. 31, 2000 - Andre Fields, 17 and Tasheen Bourne, 19 - Brooklyn
Feb. 5, 2000 - Donald Moore, 37 - Queens
Apr. 12, 2000 - Malcolm Burno, 17 - Brooklyn
Apr. 22, 2000 - James Murphy, 43 - Queens
Jul. 7, 2000 - D’andre Darnell Cisco, 25 - Queens
Aug. 4, 2000 - James Edward Moore, 37 - Bronx
Aug. 12, 2000 - Arthur Alalouf, 47 - Brooklyn
Oct. 20, 2000 - Reynaldo Colon, 33 - Brooklyn 
Oct. 23, 2000 - Carmen Valentine, 22 - Brooklyn
Nov. 2000 - Andre “Woody” Harris - Brooklyn
Dec. 24, 2000 - Jonathan Lynch, 32 and James Culberson, 25 - Brooklyn
May 22, 2001 - Curtis Harmon, Jr., 35 - Bronx 
Jun. 8, 2001 - Curtis Merriweather, 45 - Brooklyn
Jul. 26, 2001 - Charmene Pickering, 27 - Brooklyn
Aug. 4, 2001 - Maria Pena Herrera, 24 and Dilcia Pena, 16 and Andy Pena Herrera, 4 and Ricardo Pena Herrera, newborn - Brooklyn 
Oct. 6, 2001 - Malik Mustafa, 36 - Bronx
Oct. 8, 2001 - Shannon Vinson, 28 - Brooklyn
Oct. 8, 2001 - Donna Towe, 45 - Bronx
Oct. 9, 2001 - Richard Hatcher, 18 - Queens
Oct. 15, 2001 - Unidentified Man - Queens
Nov. 11, 2001 - William Phifer, 56 - Manhattan
Nov. 23, 2001 - Steven Michalacos, 67 - Brooklyn
Dec. 22, 2001 - Unidentified Man - Brooklyn
Jan. 16, 2002 - Georgy Louisgene, 23 - Brooklyn
Jan. 23, 2002 - Juan Mendez, 38 - Manhattan
Mar. 30, 2002 - Cesar Mercado, 47 - Manhattan
Apr. 15, 2002 - Unidentified Man, 20s - Manhattan
Apr. 21, 2002 - Ricardo Carlon, 24 - Staten Island 
May 1, 2002 - Egbert Dewgard, 31 - Brooklyn 
Jun. 21, 2002 - Unidentified Man, 20s - Manhattan
Jun. 22, 2002 - Stefanos Kiladitis, 21 - Brooklyn
Jul. 7, 2002 - William Partlow, 42 - Bronx
Jul. 10, 2002 - Kevin McKissick, 13 - Manhattan
Jul. 28, 2002 - Kedrian Edwards, 19 - Bronx
Aug. 26, 2002 - Marcellus Graham, 28 - Brooklyn
Aug. 27, 2002 - Ernest Prather, 39 - Brooklyn
Aug. 31, 2002 - Paul Angel, 55 - Brooklyn
Sep. 1, 2002 - Jamil Moore, 22 - Brooklyn
Sep. 16, 2002 - Raymundo Guzman, 27 - Manhattan
Oct. 30, 2002 - Alfred Nelson, 36 - Staten Island
Jan. 1, 2003 - Jamel Nixon, 19 - Brooklyn
Jan. 1, 2003 - Anthony Reid, 21 - Brooklyn
Jan. 2, 2003 - Allen Newsome, 17 - Manhattan 
Jan. 2, 2003 - John Lagattuta, 35 - Brooklyn 
Jan. 4, 2003 - Lucia Rodriguez, 63 - Brooklyn
Mar. 4, 2003 - Anton Goldenburg, 55 and Rifka Goldenburg, 54 - Brooklyn
Apr. 16, 2003 - Etzel Faulkner, 42 - Queens
Apr. 30, 2003 - Floyd Quinones, 28 - Brooklyn
May 1, 2003 - Carlos Lopez, 19 - Brooklyn
Aug. 8, 2003 - Melvin Sylvester, 65 - Manhattan 
May 16, 2003 - Alberta Spruill, 57 - Manhattan 
May 22, 2003 - Ousmane Zongo, 35 - Manhattan 
Jun. 4, 2003 - Jose Mateo, 22 - Manhattan 
Jun. 16, 2003 - Juan Carlos Sanchez, 30 - Manhattan
Jun. 20, 2003 - Calvin Washington, 41 - Brooklyn
Jul. 22, 2003 - Othniel Askew, 31 - Manhattan
Sep. 19, 2003 - Stephen Seignious, 37 - Bronx
Oct. 29, 2003 - Renardo Powell, 26 - Brooklyn
Nov. 6, 2003 - Russell Wimbush, 43 - Staten Island
Nov. 9, 2003 - Yuekor Yuen, 76 - Brooklyn
Nov. 15, 2003 - Desean Cathcart, 26 - Brooklyn 
Jan. 24, 2004 - Timothy Stansbury, 19 - Brooklyn 
Feb. 8, 2004 - Wilson Alba, 31 - Brooklyn
Feb. 15, 2004 - Thomas Cipolla, 28 - Bronx
Mar. 10, 2004 - Leroy Smalls, 41 - Manhattan
Jun. 20, 2004 - Juan Aponte Huerta, 47 - Manhattan
Jul. 29, 2004 - Dante Pomar, 19 - Queens 
Aug. 30, 2004 - Rashawn Sharif Moody, 18 - Brooklyn
Sep. 24, 2004 - David Guzman, 33 - Queens 
Sep. 27, 2004 - Boangeres Mota, 37 - Manhattan
Oct. 9, 2004 - Gregory Chavis, 19 - Bronx
Oct. 18, 2004 - Manuel Chamelta, 18 - Queens
Nov. 22, 2004 - Jose Feliciano, 44 - Brooklyn
Nov. 24, 2004 - Dominic Middleton, 12 and Kristina Middleton, 1 - Manhattan
Nov. 26, 2004 - Craig Davis, 35 - Brooklyn
Dec. 10, 2004 - Carleton Lockhart, 32 - Bronx
Dec. 14, 2004 - Marie Fares, 60 - Queens
Dec. 15, 2004 - Gayle Duran, 19 - Bronx
Jan. 6 2005 - Brian Allen, 46 - Queens
Feb. 14, 2005 - Tolsie Nohar, 17 - Queens 
Feb. 21, 2005 - Montique Smalls, 38 - Brooklyn
May 8, 2005 - Byron Hearst, 28 - Brooklyn 
Jul. 27, 2005 - Terrence L. Thomas, 35 - Queens
Sep. 10, 2005 - Damien Greenslade, 26 - Manhattan
Sep. 22, 2005 - Paul Bookson, 71 - Brooklyn
Sep. 23, 2005 - Virginia Verdee, 12 - Bronx 
Oct. 22, 2005 - Darryl Green, 21 - Brooklyn
Oct. 30, 2005 - Leonel Disla, 19 - Bronx 
Nov. 4, 2005 - Stephonne Crawford, 21 - Brooklyn
Nov. 18, 2005 - Adam Perez, 31 - Manhattan
Jan. 4, 2006 - Peter Lee, 20 - Bronx
Jan. 26, 2006 - Unidentified Woman - Bronx
Jan. 27, 2006 - Kevin Leo, 28 - Bronx
Feb. 8, 2006 - Eric Hernandez, 24 - Bronx
Feb. 13, 2006 - Michael Harris, 24 - Bronx
Feb. 16, 2006 - Stephanie Lindboe, 65 - Staten Island
Mar. 28, 2006 - Julio Alberto “Zapatone” Ortega-Moncada, 31 - Queens
Mar. 25, 2006 - Rasheem Parrish, 21 - Queens 
Apr. 10, 2006 - Steven Vitale, 55 - Staten Island 
Jul. 5, 2006 - Colleen Marza, 49 - Queens 
Jul. 9, 2006 - Bobby Roman, 26 - Brooklyn
Aug. 9, 2006 - Marilyn Zeh, 32 - Queens
Aug. 22, 2006 - Ronald Clemons, 45 - Brooklyn
Sep. 16, 2006 - Mingo Kenneth Mason, 18 - Manhattan
Sep. 30, 2006 - Joseph Bernazard, 26 - Brooklyn
Oct. 26, 2006 - Eric Hines, 17 - Brooklyn
Nov. 1, 2006 - Jose Rivera, 32 - Bronx
Nov. 11, 2006 - Katrell Butler, 28 - Brooklyn
Dec. 16, 2006 - Anatoly Dmitriev, 62 - Bronx
Nov. 25, 2006 - Sean Bell, 23 - Queens 
Dec. 13, 2006 - Timur Person, 19 - Bronx
Jan. 8, 2007 - Blondel Lassegue, 38 - Queens
Mar. 10, 2007 - Kristen McKenzie, 21 - Brooklyn
Mar. 13, 2007 - Corey Mickins, 25 - Manhattan
Mar. 14, 2007 - David Garvin, 42 - Manhattan
Apr. 26, 2007 - Patrick Bryan, 41 - Queens
May 10, 2007 - Guyatree Harpati. 22 - Queens 
May 18, 2007 - Fermin Arzu, 41 - Bronx
Jun. 19, 2007 - James Harris, 42 - Bronx
Jul. 7, 2007 - Victor Gordon, 23 - Brooklyn 
Jul. 23, 2007 - Shirley Fontanez, 18 - Bronx 
Sep. 7, 2007 - Juan Calves, 51 - Bronx 
Sep. 28, 2007 - Ronald Battle, 25 - Manhattan
Sep. 29, 2007 - Sonia Garcia, 28 - Bay Shore, LI 
Oct. 20, 2007 - Jayson Tirado, 25 - Manhattan 
Nov. 12, 2007 - Khiel Coppin, 18 - Brooklyn
Nov. 18, 2007 - David Kostovski, 29 - Brooklyn
Nov. 20, 2007 - Santos Mulero, 57 - Bronx
Jan. 1, 2008 - Darin John Richardson, 29 - Brooklyn
Jan. 5, 2008 - Ronnie Smalls, 25 - Queens
May 28, 2008 - Eugene Morales, 22 - Manhattan 
Jun. 1, 2008 - Carlos Rios, 47 - Bronx
Jul. 13, 2008 - Unidentified Man - Bronx
Jul. 17, 2008 - Spencer Parris, 39 - Manhattan
Aug. 2, 2008 - Darryl Battle, 20 - Brooklyn 
Sep. 24, 2008 - Iman Morales, 35 - Brooklyn 
Oct. 26, 2008 - Dwayne David Forde, 22 - Brooklyn 
Oct. 26, 2008 - Kayshawn Forde, 21 - Brooklyn
Nov. 13, 2008 - Gilberto Blanco - Brooklyn 
Dec. 9, 2008 - Alex Figueroa, 40 - Bronx
Jan. 12, 2009 - Elena Cole, 46 - Centereach, LI
Mar. 31, 2009 - Eric van Reid, 50 - Queens
Apr. 8, 2009 - Ginette Denize, 48 - Brooklyn
Apr. 12, 2009 - Mauricio Jacques, 35 - Bronx
May 10, 2009 - Kenneth Williams, 21 - Brooklyn
May 28, 2009 - Omar J. Edwards, 25 - Manhattan 
Jul. 11, 2009 - Shem Walker, 49 - Brooklyn
Jul. 22, 2009 - Unidentified Man - Manhattan
Aug. 2, 2009 - Oswaldo Sevilla Moran, 31 - Bronx 
Sep. 12, 2009 - Unidentified Man - Brooklyn
Sep. 27, 2009 - Vionique Valnold, 32 - Bronx 
Oct. 7, 2009 - Carlton Lewis, 21 - Manhattan 
Nov. 20, 2009 - Kevin White, 43 - Brooklyn
Nov. 21, 2009 - Dawshawn Vasconcello, 18 - Queens 
Dec. 10, 2009 - Raymond Martinez, 25 - Manhattan
Feb. 22, 2010 - Satnam Singh, 32 - Bronx
Mar. 8, 2010 - George D’Amato, Jr., 22 - Brooklyn
Mar. 22, 2010 - Santiago Urina, 57 - Bronx
Apr. 1, 2010 - Michael Romero, 32 - Brooklyn
Apr. 26, 2010 - Unidentified Man - Brooklyn
Jun. 24, 2010 - Marvin Fulford, 48 - Bronx 
Aug. 8, 2010 - Luis Soto, 22 - Manhattan 
Aug. 27, 2010 - Briana Ojeda, 11 - Brooklyn
Oct. 3, 2010 - Emmanuel Paulino, 24 - Manhattan 
Dec. 22, 2010 - Zach Bingert, 21 - Queens 
Mar. 8, 2011 - Kemp Yarborough, 37 - Bronx 
Mar. 8, 2011 - Carmelo Calabro, 77 - Brooklyn
Mar. 18 2011 - Johnathan Smith, 26 - Brooklyn 
Mar. 20, 2011 - Paul Goldreyer, 48 - Bronx
Mar. 26, 2011 - Orlando Santos, 28 - Bronx
May 11, 2011 - Unidentified Man, 31 - Brooklyn
Sep. 5, 2011 - Denise Gay, 56 - Brooklyn 
Sep. 7, 2011 - John Collado, 43 - Manhattan 
Sep. 13, 2011 - Makever “Keba” Brown, 22 - Manhattan 
Sep. 14, 2011 - Tyre Chisholm, 22 - Bronx 
Oct. 2, 2011 - Yvonne McNeal, 57 - Manhattan
Nov. 4, 2011 - Theauther Love, 87 - Brooklyn 
Jan. 12, 2012 - Duane Brown, 26, Brooklyn (killed in own home)
Jan. 26, 2012 - Christopher Kissane, 22, Brooklyn
Jan. 29, 2012 - Antwoin White, 17, Brooklyn
Feb. 2, 2012 - Ramarley Graham, 18, Bronx (killed in own home)
Feb. 14, 2012 - Michael McBride, 52, Manhattan
Mar. 15, 2012 - Shereese Francis, 30, Queens
Apr. 12, 2012 - Tamon Robinson, 27, Brooklyn
Apr. 12, 2012 - Rudolph Wyatt, 23, Manhattan
May 10, 2012 - Samuel Rivers, 40, Queens
Jun. 14, 2012 - Shantel Davis, 23, Brooklyn
Jul. 4, 2012 - Edgar Owens, 46, Queens
Aug. 11, 2012 - Eddie Fernandez, 28, Bronx
Aug. 12, 2012 - Darius H. Kennedy, 51 Manhattan
Aug. 24, 2012 - Jeffrey Johnson, 58, Manhattan
Sep. 7, 2012 - Reynaldo Cuevas, 20, Bronx (shot escaping robbery)
Sep. 7, 2012 - Walwyn Jackson, 27, Queens
Sep. 20, 2012 - Tyjuan Hill, 22, Queens
Sep. 25, 2012 - Muhammad Bah, 28, Manhattan
Oct. 5, 2012 - Noel Polanco, 22, Queens
Oct. 25, 2012 - Prince James 18, Bronx
Nov. 4, 2012 - Ronald Herrera, 20, Bronx (friend of Reynaldo Cuevas)
Jan. 3, 2013 - Peter Jourdan, 37, Brooklyn
Feb. 21, 2013 - Ryo Oyamada, 24, Queens
Mar. 23, 2013 - Jackson Alexandre, 28, Brooklyn
Mar. 9, 2013 - Kimani Gray, 16, Brooklyn
Apr. 15, 2013 - Dason Peters, 33, Brooklyn 
Apr. 15, 2013 - Dylan Samuel Peters, 1, Brooklyn
Jun. 19, 2013 - Thomas Robinson, 50, Brooklyn
Jun. 20, 2013 - Jose Muniz, 52, Bronx
Jun. 5, 2013 - Lana Morris, 46, Queens
Jul. 12, 2013 - Deion Fludd, 17, Brooklyn
Jul. 21, 2013 - Kyam Livingston, 37, Brooklyn
Jul. 6, 2013 - Felix Coss, 61, Brooklyn
Aug. 14, 2013 - Eric Zaman, 25, Queens
Aug. 15, 2013 - Carlo Alcis, 43, Brooklyn
Aug. 4, 2013 - Shaaliver Douse, 14, Bronx
Sep. 17, 2013 - Barrington Williams, 25, Bronx
Oct. 31, 2013 - Unidentified man, 26, Bronx
Oct. 4, 2013 - William Bruce Hemphill„ 51 - Staten Island
Nov. 18, 2013 - Rexford Dasrath, 22, Brooklyn
Dec. 26, 2013 - James Torres, 44, Bronx
Apr. 12, 2014 - Jack Calvello, 85, Queens
May 16, 2014 - Scott Kato, 45, Manhattan 
May 18, 2014 - Osbourne Broadie, 39, Brooklyn
May 27, 2014 - Manuel Ocampo, 18 , Brooklyn, NY
Jul. 17, 2014 - Eric Garner, 43, Staten Island


http://nyc.october22.org/KilledsinceBell.pdf

& this is only the list of the people that’s be publicized. there are plenty of cover ups and murders we don’t know about.

filialunaris:

cerulas:

is this five nights at freddy’s 

You just see the galloping eyes first. Eek.

Graham - that page in Creativitree where Hat is bobbing along in the dark.

filialunaris:

cerulas:

is this five nights at freddy’s 

You just see the galloping eyes first. Eek.

Graham - that page in Creativitree where Hat is bobbing along in the dark.

tanglefootcomic:

Barnabette again, now in eye-searing technicolor.

tanglefootcomic:

Barnabette again, now in eye-searing technicolor.

aetherbocks:

Inktober, day 2: Crow

aetherbocks:

Inktober, day 2: Crow

earthyday:

Salt del Rossinyol  by Vicenç Dorsé

frihgtened:

Color Comparative

laughingcrows:

kgschmidt:

My wife keeps us well supplied with the freshest and sickest of beets.

I’m in the hospital cackling to myself as quietly as I possibly can because god DAMN IT.

We’re making red flannel hash or stampot tonight.  The potatoes, beets, and kale are all from our garden.  The meat is from the grocery store.  I still feel like a great provider.

laughingcrows:

kgschmidt:

My wife keeps us well supplied with the freshest and sickest of beets.

I’m in the hospital cackling to myself as quietly as I possibly can because god DAMN IT.

We’re making red flannel hash or stampot tonight.  The potatoes, beets, and kale are all from our garden.  The meat is from the grocery store.  I still feel like a great provider.

hedendom:

Havsrå
Known as the “Sea Wife”, the Havsrå is the oceanic equivalent of the Huldra and is the keeper or warden of the seas. Passing sailors can get her good graces by offering a coin, food or gloves (in cold weather) as a gift. In return, she may reciprocate the gesture with a warning of any any approaching high winds, storms or icy conditions. She may also help fishermen who show her such favour with information about how and where they can land a big haul.
Havsrå can take many different forms but usually appears as an incredibly beautiful woman with long, flowing hair that she is often seen combing atop rocks. Sometimes her back is hollow (as with the Huldra) and she has many aquatic features such as a fishes tail where her legs would be. She may also transform into the guise of seals, sea birds or other marine animals.
There are also Havsmän (“Sea Men”) but it is not know if they are connected to the Havsrå. Some believe that the two are sexual partners and this is how their existence continues but others say they are solitary creatures (much more like the Nøkk). The Havsmän can often be seen walking or waterskiing on the ocean waves just before a storm.
The Havsrå lives at the depths of the ocean in an underwater castle on the seabed with enormous halls, each one finer than the one before, where she lives with her children and other aquatic vættir. Under favourable weather conditions a sailor may catch a glimpse of her palace which has given rise to tales of sunken castles out at sea.
It has been known for a handsome sailor to stumble upon a Havsrå castle and that he be taken in to live with her forever and lose all memory of their home and life back on land.
Sometimes, if a fisherman happens to pull in a remarkable catch, he may find in his nets a Havsbarn (“Sea Child”), a child of the Havsrå. If he takes such a child home and raises it as his own, the Havsbarn will grow up to be the greatest of fishermen and possess a mystical connection to the sea that others lack, despite living out their life as a normal person. One day, when they have reached adulthood, the Havsbarn will hear a call from their mother, the Havsrå. They will then reveal their true nature to their adopted parents and thank them before sailing out to sea and jumping in, never to be seen again. Many Scandinavians who come from remote islands and seafaring families claim that their ancestor was such a Havsbarn.
It has been known for a Havsrå to stop a passing ship and offer to buy it’s cargo. It is wise to be polite and take the deal, as the Havsrå pays very well and rewards the kindness with good wind in the sails and fine conditions. On the other hand, refusal or rudeness will invoke her wrath and the ship may soon feel her power, sinking down to the murky depths.

I knew a little about Huldra but had never heard of Havsra before.  COOL!

hedendom:

Havsrå

Known as the “Sea Wife”, the Havsrå is the oceanic equivalent of the Huldra and is the keeper or warden of the seas. Passing sailors can get her good graces by offering a coin, food or gloves (in cold weather) as a gift. In return, she may reciprocate the gesture with a warning of any any approaching high winds, storms or icy conditions. She may also help fishermen who show her such favour with information about how and where they can land a big haul.

Havsrå can take many different forms but usually appears as an incredibly beautiful woman with long, flowing hair that she is often seen combing atop rocks. Sometimes her back is hollow (as with the Huldra) and she has many aquatic features such as a fishes tail where her legs would be. She may also transform into the guise of seals, sea birds or other marine animals.

There are also Havsmän (“Sea Men”) but it is not know if they are connected to the Havsrå. Some believe that the two are sexual partners and this is how their existence continues but others say they are solitary creatures (much more like the Nøkk). The Havsmän can often be seen walking or waterskiing on the ocean waves just before a storm.

The Havsrå lives at the depths of the ocean in an underwater castle on the seabed with enormous halls, each one finer than the one before, where she lives with her children and other aquatic vættir. Under favourable weather conditions a sailor may catch a glimpse of her palace which has given rise to tales of sunken castles out at sea.

It has been known for a handsome sailor to stumble upon a Havsrå castle and that he be taken in to live with her forever and lose all memory of their home and life back on land.

Sometimes, if a fisherman happens to pull in a remarkable catch, he may find in his nets a Havsbarn (“Sea Child”), a child of the Havsrå. If he takes such a child home and raises it as his own, the Havsbarn will grow up to be the greatest of fishermen and possess a mystical connection to the sea that others lack, despite living out their life as a normal person. One day, when they have reached adulthood, the Havsbarn will hear a call from their mother, the Havsrå. They will then reveal their true nature to their adopted parents and thank them before sailing out to sea and jumping in, never to be seen again. Many Scandinavians who come from remote islands and seafaring families claim that their ancestor was such a Havsbarn.

It has been known for a Havsrå to stop a passing ship and offer to buy it’s cargo. It is wise to be polite and take the deal, as the Havsrå pays very well and rewards the kindness with good wind in the sails and fine conditions. On the other hand, refusal or rudeness will invoke her wrath and the ship may soon feel her power, sinking down to the murky depths.

I knew a little about Huldra but had never heard of Havsra before.  COOL!