Detroit Water and Sewerage Department put a halt to the 15-day water shut off that left thousands of families without water! SUCCESS! But the fight isn’t over.
Our friends from Windsor stand with us in declaring water a human right. They are bringing water across the border to support Detroiters, who have had their water shut off.
Meet at the Spirit of Detroit statue in front of the Coleman A. Young Center at Woodward and Jefferson at 4pm.
Rally with Detroit People’s Water Board & the Council of Canadians. Speakers include international water activist, Maude Barlow, and the director of Michigan Welfare Rights Organization, Maureen Taylor.
After the convoy arrives at the Spirit of Detroit, join the caravan as water is delivered to the People’s Water Station at St. Peter’s Church.
Oh, the places this girl and her cat will go!
Photographer Andy Prokh understands this, and that’s why he’s been capturing these heartwarming scenes between his 5-year-old daughter Katerina and their family’s 7-year-old British shorthair cat, who is named LiLu Blue Royal Lada.
The Cleric, commenting on the Ranger’s critical hit usage of Throw Anything
Cleric: You can’t throw a rapier and do that much damage! It’s a light weapon, it’s unrealistic.
DM, pointing at the Sorcerer: He can shoot magic from his fists.
Do you wanna build a sand castle? It doesn’t have to be a sand castle!
Wow - what a night for good news for people I care so much about!
And Caroline hugmoi - Congratulations again
So happy - tears streaming down my face, huge grins and bursting with joy for all of you.
Love you all! Hugs!
hooooray !! thank you darling
Kacy Catanzaro: the first woman in history to qualify for Mt. Midoriyama.
I just need everyone to watch this video [x]. She’s a 5 foot, 100 lb gymnast and she beasts through this insanely difficult, heavily upper body focused course like it was her morning jog. The camera keeps cutting to these massive, musclebound men in the audience with their mouths hanging open.
The absolute best part of this video is how incredibly supportive the audience and even the commentators are like EVERYONE is rooting for her, no one is looking down on her or doubting that she can finish it just because she’s a woman or because she’s built so small. Everyone is SO happy to see her soar through this and that is absolutely brilliant.
We literally have an entire trilogy of movies that explain why that is a bad idea.