Monthly Archives: March 2015

Vending Machine Struggle!!!

The story about rain

iPhone case #PolkaDot #Vintage #Throwback

Tisha Shantel

I didn’t do a review for this case yet so here goes ~ I guess the only to say is, I love it!!!!

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New Home! #MoveUpdate

Tisha Shantel

Sorry I haven’t been blogging in a while, but we moved to our new place. I hope everyone is doing great!!!!

P.S Thank you to those who gave support and prayed for us ~ it means a lot.

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Moving Update #March2015

Tisha Shantel

We found somewhere to move too, although I’m thankful about it: I still feel really stress out about everything that happened regarding this force move. All I can say right now is, it seem like a lot of cruel people who hurt other people or bully other people seem to get away with it.

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They just don’t understand me

Tisha Shantel

They don’t.

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More than I have ever missed anyone

2,000 word essay #Collegelife

Truth is everybody is going to hurt you

“Truth is everybody is going to hurt you: you just gotta find the ones worth suffering for.”

Protests follow fatal police shooting of unarmed 19-year-old Tony Robinson

This is sad,

“MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Peaceful protesters in Madison took to the college town’s streets with chants of “Black Lives Matter” following the fatal shooting of an unarmed black 19-year-old by a white police officer, who authorities say fired after he was assaulted. The city’s police chief said he understood the anger, assuring demonstrators his department would defend their rights as he implored the community to act with restraint.

died Friday night after being shot in his apartment following a confrontation with Officer Matt Kenny, who had forced his way inside after hearing a disturbance while responding to a call, authorities and neighbors said.

Madison Police Chief Mike Koval on Saturday said Kenny was injured, but didn’t provide details. It wasn’t clear whether Robinson, who died at a hospital, was alone.

“He was unarmed. That’s going to make this all the more complicated for the investigators, for the public to accept,” Koval said of Robinson. The department said Kenny would not have been wearing a body camera.

Several dozen protesters who gathered outside the police department Saturday afternoon held signs and chanted “Black Lives Matter” — a slogan adopted by activists and protesters nationwide after recent officer-involved deaths of unarmed blacks — before walking toward the neighborhood where the shooting took place.

The shooting came days after the U.S. Justice Department said it would not issue civil rights charges against Darren Wilson, the white former Ferguson, Missouri, officer who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was black and unarmed, after a struggle in the street last August.

Federal officials did however find patterns of racial profiling, bigotry and profit-driven law enforcement in the St. Louis suburb, which saw spates of sometimes-violent protests in the wake of the shooting and a grand jury’s decision not to charge Wilson.

Other high-profile deaths of black suspects at the hands of police officers have prompted nationwide protests, including that of Eric Garner, who died in July after New York City officers put him in a chokehold and a video showed him repeatedly saying, “I can’t breathe.” A Cleveland police officer in November fatally shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who had been pointing a pellet gun at a playground. A Milwaukee police officer who fatally shot Dontre Hamilton last April was found to have acted in self-defense, but was fired for ignoring department policy regarding mental illness.”

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