Sad. But true.

Sad. But true.

(Fonte: instagram-famous, via adocica)

killwithmyheart:


paulthomasandersonn:

victoriancuddler:

captain-of-the-booty:

glameater:

Please guys, help us spreading this message!

OKAY AS SOMEONE WHO IS FROM RIO DE JANEIRO, PLEASE SPREAD THIS AROUND 

YEAH, IM BRAZILIAN I CAN ASSURE YOU. DONT COME TO BRASIL FOR FUCKS SAKE DONT DO IT

seriously though my city will host the first game and we’re about to face water rationing

I live in Rio de Janeiro. Things are pretty shitty here for a number of reasons:
Violence is escalating and fast. I live in a bad part of the town. I see people armed with assault rifles, pistols and even freaking grenades. I’m not joking. I’ve literally seen drug dealers armed to the teeth at my door steps. Our police is corrupt and underpaid and it can’t contain the crime rampant going around the city. If it can’t protect us, it can’t protect you;
Prices are skyrocketing. From basic stuff, like food to public transportation, things are crazy expensive here. Just so you guys understand: you know McDonald’s dollar menu? It costs a dollar, right? Here our so-called dollar menu costs R$5,00. One dollar means R$2,20 as in May 21. This means that we pay a little more than 2 items in the dollar menu. You know how much a Big Mac costs? R$20,00. Do the math;
Only around 20% of all structural work for the World Cup is ready. That’s unacceptable. Rio de Janeiro looks like a giant construction site and a lot of promised stuff wasn’t and won’t be delivered for us. Roads are blocked, the traffic is insane, and so far, nothing is ready as it should;
Airports don’t have capacity to receive the tourists influx. Neither does the hotels. I’m not even joking. We don’t have infrastructure to hold a massive influx of people coming and residing here for a while. This is going to be not only messy for us, Brazilians, but for you, tourist coming to have some fun.
Not only they can’t deal with all the people coming, they are overpricing everything. Seriously, they are. Around the World Cup prices are going over 50% over what it should be. And that’s not only on plane tickets or hotels. I’m talking about restaurants, fast food restaurants, regular shops. Everything is already and will even worse overprice to leach money from the tourists;
Basic needs like health care and education are being grossly overlooked. Here in Brazil we have a public health care system. And while I know that sounds heavenly, it really isn’t. Hospitals don’t have doctors or equipaments. Hell, sometimes they don’t even have beds or basic medication. People are dying on the hospitals without even getting proper attention, they literally die on the line waiting for help. And don’t get me started on the public education. Schools sometimes don’t even have food to offer their students. Or chairs. Or teachers. This isn’t an exaggeration, this is reality. Same goes to some public universities as well.
This is just a quick look on what’s going on here. It’s a lot worse than I can ever make it. Remember when people went to the street last year in Brazil, screaming for rights? Soon enough we might be forbidden to even do that, because our government wants to equate popular protests with terrorism. We were already met with police violence while it was legal, can you even imagine what’s going to happen when the police is allowed to go hard on us?
So spread this. Make us be heard. Check brazilian newspaper if you want (I urge you to) to understand what’s happening better. We are trying to make a change, but we can’t do it alone.

killwithmyheart:

paulthomasandersonn:

victoriancuddler:

captain-of-the-booty:

glameater:

Please guys, help us spreading this message!

OKAY AS SOMEONE WHO IS FROM RIO DE JANEIRO, PLEASE SPREAD THIS AROUND 

YEAH, IM BRAZILIAN I CAN ASSURE YOU. DONT COME TO BRASIL FOR FUCKS SAKE DONT DO IT

seriously though my city will host the first game and we’re about to face water rationing

I live in Rio de Janeiro. Things are pretty shitty here for a number of reasons:

  • Violence is escalating and fast. I live in a bad part of the town. I see people armed with assault rifles, pistols and even freaking grenades. I’m not joking. I’ve literally seen drug dealers armed to the teeth at my door steps. Our police is corrupt and underpaid and it can’t contain the crime rampant going around the city. If it can’t protect us, it can’t protect you;
  • Prices are skyrocketing. From basic stuff, like food to public transportation, things are crazy expensive here. Just so you guys understand: you know McDonald’s dollar menu? It costs a dollar, right? Here our so-called dollar menu costs R$5,00. One dollar means R$2,20 as in May 21. This means that we pay a little more than 2 items in the dollar menu. You know how much a Big Mac costs? R$20,00. Do the math;
  • Only around 20% of all structural work for the World Cup is ready. That’s unacceptable. Rio de Janeiro looks like a giant construction site and a lot of promised stuff wasn’t and won’t be delivered for us. Roads are blocked, the traffic is insane, and so far, nothing is ready as it should;
  • Airports don’t have capacity to receive the tourists influx. Neither does the hotels. I’m not even joking. We don’t have infrastructure to hold a massive influx of people coming and residing here for a while. This is going to be not only messy for us, Brazilians, but for you, tourist coming to have some fun.
  • Not only they can’t deal with all the people coming, they are overpricing everything. Seriously, they are. Around the World Cup prices are going over 50% over what it should be. And that’s not only on plane tickets or hotels. I’m talking about restaurants, fast food restaurants, regular shops. Everything is already and will even worse overprice to leach money from the tourists;
  • Basic needs like health care and education are being grossly overlooked. Here in Brazil we have a public health care system. And while I know that sounds heavenly, it really isn’t. Hospitals don’t have doctors or equipaments. Hell, sometimes they don’t even have beds or basic medication. People are dying on the hospitals without even getting proper attention, they literally die on the line waiting for help. And don’t get me started on the public education. Schools sometimes don’t even have food to offer their students. Or chairs. Or teachers. This isn’t an exaggeration, this is reality. Same goes to some public universities as well.

This is just a quick look on what’s going on here. It’s a lot worse than I can ever make it. Remember when people went to the street last year in Brazil, screaming for rights? Soon enough we might be forbidden to even do that, because our government wants to equate popular protests with terrorism. We were already met with police violence while it was legal, can you even imagine what’s going to happen when the police is allowed to go hard on us?

So spread this. Make us be heard. Check brazilian newspaper if you want (I urge you to) to understand what’s happening better. We are trying to make a change, but we can’t do it alone.

(via meninaemilia)

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ifonlywewereamoungstfriends:

deathcabforkehan:

shipwreckedatseaa:

jakehellrose:

gnarville:

Proof that Bill Murray really is the most interesting man in the world.

That’s why I love this guy.

bill fuckin murray

my hero

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bigbigtruck:

micromeow:

khaleesidaeneerys:

pincie:

Please reblog if you are a girl and have ever been made to feel ashamed of one or more of these things (wanting to prove a point to some asshole):

-your weight

-your clothing choice

-your amount of make up

-having sex

-not having sex

-breast size

-having your period

-saying no

-not appreciating catcalls 

-masturbating

-body hair

literally all except 2 jfc

Top three for me! Wooooooo

every single one, mostly in college

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