Blog Posts - Walter Scott



BECAUSE OF A RACIST JUROR-MICHAEL SLAGER TRIAL DECLARED A MISTRIAL

BECAUSE OF A RACIST JUROR-MICHAEL SLAGER TRIAL DECLARED A MISTRIAL IF THERE IS A VIDEO TAPE PERHAPS WE SHOULD THEN ALLOW A GRAND JURY TO MEET AND IF THE GRAND JURY THINKS THE COP IS GUILTY THE COP IMMEDIATELY GOES TO JAIL FOR A LIFE SENTENCE. THAT...
by The Politics of Everything on Dec 5, 2016

#WALTERSCOTT DIED IN SOUTH CAROLINA/#JOEMcKNIGHT DIED IN NOLA BOTH AT THE HANDS OF WHITE ANGRY NATIONALISTS

#WALTERSCOTT DIED IN SOUTH CAROLINA/#JOEMcKNIGHT DIED IN NOLA BOTH AT THE HANDS OF WHITE ANGRY NATIONALISTS I’M DONE DEFENDING WHITE MOTHERFUCKERS WHO OWN GUNS AND USE THEM TO CUT DOWN UNARMED BLACK MEN AND WOMEN I’M DONE BECAUSE THIS IS...
by The Politics of Everything on Dec 2, 2016

HEY @DONALDTRUMP PLEASE BUILD A WALL BETWEEN THE NORTH & THE SOUTH/Judge orders S.C. jury to continue deliberating in Scott shooting

HEY @DONALDTRUMP PLEASE BUILD A WALL BETWEEN THE NORTH & THE SOUTH/ Judge orders S.C. jury to continue deliberating in Scott shooting REMEMBER WALTER SCOTT – SC-GOT PULLED OVER BY A WHITE COP, HE RAN, COP SHOT HIM 3 TIMES IN THE BACK KILLIN...
by The Politics of Everything on Dec 2, 2016

Watch Screen Junkies Interns of F.I.E.L.D. 1.1: “Villains” Here!

Interns of F.I.E.L.D. Season 1 Episode 1: "Villains" Directed by Tim Baldini Written by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Andy Signore & Ian Weinreich Starring Benita Robledo, Jonathan Lipnicki, Joe Burke, Dayton Sinkia, Scott Beehner, Barak Hardley...
by Geeks of Doom on Jan 24, 2016

[CURIOSIDADES] A História dos Food Trucks

Coloridos e modernos, os food trucks (que são móveis, mas que geralmente ficam permanentemente estacionados num lugar só) oferecem ao consumidor comidas bem variadas: hambúrgueres, massas, coxinhas, brigadeiros, tapiocas, vinhos, wraps, comidas r...
by Gastronominho on Sep 5, 2015

Déjà vu: White Policeman Shoots Unarmed Black Man

There is a bitter irony in the North Charleston shooting of Walter Scott. And there is a parallel to the Ferguson shooting, although it is not necessarily the superficial ones the perpetually offended and chattering classes are talking about.Walter S...
by Proof Positive on Apr 9, 2015

Video Shows Unarmed SC Black Man Gunned Down By White Police Officer (NSFW)

WARNING: The above video is graphic and disturbing in nature. ** Black lives really do matter. This isn’t just a social media slogan. But, it is a fact that, unfortunately, is often overlooked by many these days. The news ... Read More...
by Prune Juice Media on Apr 8, 2015

Fear and Ignorance is What’s Killing Black Men

Yet another African American man, Walter Scott, has been shot dead in the streets. Hearing this saddens me but seeing the video infuriates me. How many people have to die before we change what we will accept from law enforcement, from the justice s...
by The TRUTH about Motherhood on Apr 8, 2015

Fear is What’s Really Killing the Black Man

Yet another African American man, Walter Scott, has been shot dead in the streets. Hearing this saddens me but seeing the video infuriates me. How many people have to die before we change what we will accept from law enforcement, from the justice s...
by The TRUTH about Motherhood on Apr 8, 2015

Un policier blanc accusé de meurtre après avoir tiré sur un homme noir

http://www.journaldequebec.com/PHOTO REUTERSMichael SlagerInculpéAFPMardi, 7 avril 2015 20:48MISE à JOUR Mercredi, 8 avril 2015 08:47CHARLESTON, Caroline du Sud – Un officier de police blanc de la Caroline du Sud sera accusé de me...
by Information sur la Politique on Apr 8, 2015

Lucia Madness at the Metropolitan Opera, New York City

Last week, the Secret Victorianist, along with some student friends, attended MetStudents’ #LuciaMadness event before a production of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor at the Metropolitan Opera. The Secret Victorianist at the Metropolitan OperaMary...
by The Secret Victorianist on Mar 29, 2015

Sir Walter Scott Monument, Edinburgh, Scotland.

The Scott Monument is a Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. It stands in Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh, opposite the Jenners department store on Princes Street and near to Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station, which is...
by Simple.Interesting on Jul 8, 2014

The Americans 2.7: Embryonic Internet and Lie Detection

The Americans 2.7 tonight was better than usual - which is to say, very good indeed - with an episode that had our Soviet anti-heroes putting a "rat"-sized bug into the ARPANET,  and the best we've seen so far about Nina caught between Oleg and...

Sir Walter Scott Monument in Edinburgh

The #FriFotos* theme this week is shapes. As per usual, I close my eyes and focus on the first thing that pops up. This time, it’s the fabulously Gothic Scott monument in Edinburgh. Wandering along Princes’ Street, Edinburgh’s main...
by Sophie's World on Jan 8, 2014

Willie el vagabundo de Sir Walter Scott

Puede que hayáis oído hablar de Sir Robert Redgauntlet, del señorío de Redgauntlet, que vivió en estas tierras hace ya mucho tiempo. Siempre se le recordará en la región; nuestros padres solían contener el aliento cuando oían su nombre. Ya e...
by AUDIOLIBROS GRATIS on Oct 29, 2013

Reading? Why not?

When I was growing up In Central Africa in the 30s and 40s reading was the only entertainment we had. Nobody even had a radio to listen to such things as Jack Armstrong, The All-American Boy. The government post must have … Continue reading &#...
by Second Wind Publishing on Oct 24, 2013

Reading? Why not?

When I was growing up In Central Africa in the 30s and 40s reading was the only entertainment we had. Nobody even had a radio to listen to such things as Jack Armstrong, The All-American Boy. The government post must have … Continue reading &#...
by Second Wind Publishing on Oct 24, 2013

The Three Ravens

“The Three Ravens” is one of the most well-known ballads in English tradition. The oldest text was published in 1611 in Melismata, Thomas Ravenscroft’s collection that preserved many otherwise ephemeral songs, where it is included in the “Co...
by Poetry on the Loose on Aug 7, 2013

The Three Ravens

“The Three Ravens” is one of the most well-known ballads in English tradition. The oldest text was published in 1611 in Melismata, Thomas Ravenscroft’s collection that preserved many otherwise ephemeral songs, where it is included in the “Co...
by Poetry on the Loose on Jul 28, 2013

Misconceptions about Victorian Literature

In a previous post I took on the view that Victorian fiction is by default long and unwieldy by recommending some shorter works you might want to give a go. Today it’s time to debunk a few more myths about nineteenth-century writing which I've...
by The Secret Victorianist on Jul 17, 2013


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