bitcorn:

just saw a guy wearing a nirvana t-shirt lmfao i bet cant even name three noble truths of buddhism

(Source: wars3, via asian)

"The cameras scan at an extremely high rate, usually around 60 plates per second. Law enforcement policies vary widely concerning how long that information can be retained. Different agencies keep that data anywhere from a few weeks to indefinitely. Some cities have even mounted such cameras at their city borders, monitoring who comes in and out. Various jurisdictions disagree about whether individuals can access their own LPR records, much less a broader dataset."
- Los Angeles cops do not need to hand over license plate reader data, judge finds | Ars Technica (via infoneer-pulse)

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fstw:

shoutout to my mutuals that I don’t really talk to y’all still cool

(via asian)

fluehr:

Sorry for giving a fuck about you, it won’t happen again I promise

(via love--sex-riot)

officialputin:

putins-boyfriend:

putins-girlfriend:

yourtubes:

reblog if your url represents who you really are 

I am really Putin’s girlfriend

then we have a problem

I can explain it

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treatsandsuch:

when you overhear your name in a conversation

image

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