Just recently, the bassist of a local punk band Komatose, Nick Stoiber has been arrested on charges of homicide which he has been wrongfully accused of. He is a great guy and has done a lot for the community out in Humboldt County by helping bands out with tours and throwing shows. Him and two others were seen on tape in the same parking lot where a man was stabbed and now they are all being charged without sufficient evidence. Please if anyone can help out by donating money to his roommates’ payal so that his mother can find a good lawyer please do so, anything helps. Also, please reblog this and spread the word!
I can’t help because I have no money, but those who can help please do. Punx don’t let Punx go to jail for no reason
Dude this dude is fucking rad. Wanna know why?? because at Dead Fest this year I almost got alcohol poisoning and wanna know what he did? He helped me get up and find out where I was gonna go so nothing would happen to me. Along with helping me find Thad who helped me out as well. I can say this guy has a good heart and would not do such acts. So PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE I BEG OF YOU TO HELP THIS DUDE OUT!!
For the second year in a row, a young American whistleblower alarmed at the unfettered and at times cynical deployment of power by the world’s foremost superpower has been voted the Guardian’s person of the year.
Edward Snowden, who leaked an estimated 200,000 files that exposed the extensive and intrusive nature of phone and internet surveillance and intelligence gathering by the US and its western allies, was the overwhelming choice of more than 2,000 people who voted.
The NSA whistleblower garnered 1,445 votes. In a distant second, from a list of 10 candidates chosen by Guardian writers and editors, came Marco Weber and Sini Saarela, the Greenpeace activists who spearheaded the oil rig protest over Russian Arctic drilling. They received 314 votes. Pope Francis gained 153 votes, narrowly ahead of blogger and anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe, who received 144. Snowden’s victory was as decisive as Chelsea Manning’s a year earlier.
This is actually a remix of a remix. I was never entirely happy with the previous version I made, back when Moral Anarchism went by the name Baseball Libertarian. I made a few changes to the wording in order to fit the space and reduce clutter. Check out my other remixes if you are interested.