"

Commit certain crimes in this league and be a certain color, and you get help, not scorn,” Richard Sherman wrote. “Look at the way many in the media wrote about Jim Irsay after his DUI arrest.

"Nobody suggested the Colts owner had "ties" to drug trafficking, even though he was caught driving with controlled substances [prescription pills] and $29,000 in cash to do who-knows-what with. Instead, poor millionaire Mr. Irsay needs help, some wrote."

Sherman’s point is that men who grow up in the inner city are held, unfairly, to a different standard.

"Go ahead and judge DeSean [Jackson] for the company he keeps," Sherman wrote. "While you’re at it, judge me, too, because I still live in Los Angeles, and my family does, too.

"We didn’t run from where we grew up. We aren’t afraid to be associated with the people who came up with us. We brought some of our money back and started charities and tried to help out a few guys who were with us when we were nobodies.

"I won’t apologize for that, and I suspect neither will DeSean when he’s back on the field doing what he’s always done: grinding through adversity.

"Sorry, but I was born in this dirt.

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Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks on DeSean Jackson’s recent dismissal from the Philadelphia Eagles about “possible gang ties”

prostheticknowledge:

Sakaki Kaoro

Independent Japanese manga figurine maker uses Zbrush 3D modelling software and 3D printing to create works from scratch.

The above character is from a game entitled ‘KanColle’, yet it is fascinating to see how pieces like this are put together. Sakaki posted at the Zbrush Central Forums and uploaded several high definition shots of the work and videos demonstrating how his designs are put together using the software (in three parts, each an hour long).

You can view the thread over at Zbrush Central here, and visit Sakaki’s website (Japanese) here

imaphotoeditor:

this past monday we hijacked the yuba buena center & hosted a wee design confrence
photo: Ysa Perez

Hey look it’s Joe Golike and Shan Carter!

imaphotoeditor:

this past monday we hijacked the yuba buena center & hosted a wee design confrence

photo: Ysa Perez

Hey look it’s Joe Golike and Shan Carter!

keithledgerwood:

Monday, March 17, 2014 - 12:01 AM EST

By: Keith Ledgerwood

As the search for missing flight Malaysian Airlines flight 370 drags on into the 10th day, so many questions continue to remain unanswered about how and why the airliner could have disappeared while seemingly under the control of a…

(Source: keithledgerwood)

calexclark:

Freak Jerk through the slitscanner

calexclark:

Freak Jerk through the slitscanner

(Source: vimeo.com)

stallio:

some scrambled tv, lenticular style (printed by gifpop)

Sweet!

stallio:

some scrambled tv, lenticular style (printed by gifpop)

Sweet!

dvdp:

140302

dvdp:

140302

omggifpop:

Me trying to go to work in the morning.

omggifpop:

Me trying to go to work in the morning.

slavin:

new-aesthetic:

Facebook Fraud (by Veritasium)

"Sites like these use clickfarms in developing countries like India, the Philippines, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Indonesia and Bangladesh. Here, employees are routinely paid just 1 dollar per thousand clicks of the like button."

Worth watching through — it’s not as simple as you’d imagine. I was trying to remember what this recalls for me, and then I got it

erkanspitten:

Early Katsuhiro Otomo artwork - Self Portrait of a Headless Automaton (1981)

erkanspitten:

Early Katsuhiro Otomo artwork - Self Portrait of a Headless Automaton (1981)

(Source: redd.it, via zerostatereflex)