1. "An earthquake of this size has the potential to generate a destructive tsunami that can strike coastlines near the epicenter within minutes and more distant coastlines within hours."

    - A statement from the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center • Discussing the possible impact of a large earthquake off the coast of northern Chile. The entire Pacific coast of South America is facing a tsunami warning due to the 8.0-magnitude earthquake. (via shortformblog)
  2. We’re The Walking Dead.

    (Source: nonormynolife, via fuckyeahthewalkindead)

  3. mtv’s the walking dead 4b timeline: who’s where and when in the tracks to terminus (season 4 finale sunday, march 30 -lunes 31 en latinoamerica)

    mtv’s the walking dead 4b timeline: who’s where and when in the tracks to terminus (season 4 finale sunday, march 30 -lunes 31 en latinoamerica)

  4. theclearlydope:

    Boom. Roasted.



    ooooh snap!

    (Source: mattsgifs)

  5. breakingnews:

    RT-America anchor quits on air

    The Daily BeastAn American anchor working for RT-America, a cable news network funded by the Russian government, announced her resignation on air Wednesday.

    “As a reporter on this network I face many ethical and moral challenges especially me personally coming from a family whose grandparents came here as refugees during the Hungarian revolution, ironically to escape the Soviet forces,” she said, immediately following a report claiming that the new Ukrainian government, which ousted pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych, is composed mainly of fascists and neo-Nazis. “I’m very lucky to have grown up here in the United States. I’m the daughter of a veteran. My partner is a physician at a military base where he sees every day the first-hand accounts of the ultimate prices that people pay for this country. And that is why personally I cannot be part of a network that whitewashes the actions of Putin. I am proud to be an America and believe in disseminating the truth and that is why after this newscast I’m resigning.”

    Earlier this week, RT host Abby Martin ended her program by denouncing Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine. Martin remains an employee of the network.

    Follow updates on the Ukrainian political crisis at Breaking News


  6. President Putin’s Fiction: 10 False Claims about Ukraine


    1. Mr. Putin says:  Russian forces in Crimea are only acting to protect Russian military assets. It is “citizens’ defense groups,” not Russian forces, who have seized infrastructure and military facilities in Crimea.

    The Facts:  Strong evidence suggests that members of Russian security services are at the heart of the highly organized anti-Ukraine forces in Crimea. While these units wear uniforms without insignia, they drive vehicles with Russian military license plates and freely identify themselves as Russian security forces when asked by the international media and the Ukrainian military. Moreover, these individuals are armed with weapons not generally available to civilians.

    2. Mr. Putin says:  Russia’s actions fall within the scope of the 1997 Friendship Treaty between Ukraine and the Russian Federation.

    The Facts:  The 1997 agreement requires Russia to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity. Russia’s military actions in Ukraine, which have given them operational control of Crimea, are in clear violation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.

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    (Source: state.gov)

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