Today is the 9 year anniversary of one of the greatest festivals I ever went to, Ozzfest 2005.
Today is the 9 year anniversary of the first time I saw Iron Maiden live.
Today is the 9 year anniversary of the day I got to see Black Sabbath with their original line up.
Today is the 9 year anniversary of Sharon Osbourne’s despicable behavior and horrible actions towards Iron Maiden.
And the worse thing of all, today is the 9 year anniversary of the death of the most innocent and loving girl I had met up to the time of her death.
Rest in Peace Nancy
The reporter guy is urging people to share this link via social media to show the world what is going on in Ferguson.
“There are First Amendment protections for people photographing and recording in public,” Mickey Osterreicher, an attorney with the National Press Photographers Association, told The Huffington Post. According to Osterreicher, as long as you don’t get in their way, it’s perfectly legal to take photos and videos of police officers everywhere in the United States.
This misconception is pervasive enough that the New York City Police Department circulated a memo last week reminding officers.
“Members of the public are legally allowed to record police interactions,” the memo states, according to the Daily News. “Intentional interference such as blocking or obstructing cameras or ordering the person to cease constitutes censorship and also violates the First Amendment.” It’s Perfectly Legal To Film The Cops (via brianvan)