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It’s so scary that people can be so obsessed with celebrities that they refuse to believe they would do anything wrong and excuse everything they say

me: i just wanted to say that i love you and your music so much and i'll support you till the end my queen
ariana: awww thank you so much! wanna take a pic?
me: sure! *puts my arm around her and snatches a patch of her hair*
ariana: ouch!
me: *calls mariah* phase one complete master
thepeoplesrecord:


“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.” - Martin Luther King Jr. (1/15/1929 – 4/4/1968)

thepeoplesrecord:

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. - Martin Luther King Jr. (1/15/1929 – 4/4/1968)

tina-knowles:

when did this

become hotter than this

rorschach-baby:

how the fuck this is marble! a cold cold hard stone, right?

rorschach-baby:

how the fuck this is marble! a cold cold hard stone, right?

Boredom (my dog doesn’t notice anything)

Boredom (my dog doesn’t notice anything)

Anonymous asked:
Really pretty white girl you are :) youre from Argentina right? Saludos from Espana :)

20aliens:

en Argentina hablamos en español……… como ustedes……………. te acordás que nos colonizaron…………saludos!!

"Ratchet is a racialized term. So is ghetto. So is thug. So is welfare queen. Someone does not have to EXPLICITLY say the word “black” in order for something to be racist against black people. Speaking in flagrantly racist terms is one of the least sophisticated manifestations of racism today."
by TemperedFury on Philip DeFranco’s, creator of the YouTube channel Philly D, use of racialized language. (via gregalvang)

(Source: america-wakiewakie)

thagal:

I really do not need to see Victoria Justices and Jennifer Lawrence’s leaked nudes on my dashboard do yall not have uhh whats that called again…human decency


l’uomo vogue february 1996 by walter chin

l’uomo vogue february 1996 by walter chin

(Source: pilipi)

neoclassicalvintage:

Comme des Garçons 2002 A/W / Knitting is free

throwherinthewater:

Huey (Agnes Varda, 1968)

Watch in full here.

hummussexual:

Titles, and the subsequent language in the article, like this remind me of some of the discussion in Asad’s On Suicide Bombings. Murder is a violent act in all its forms. But what, specifically, invokes emotions such as “abhorrence”, “barbaric” and “depraved” at the killing of one person versus, let’s say, the use of state-sanctioned weapons that destroy communities and cities (e.g. Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Iraq, Palestine, Rwanda, Afghanistan, Balkans, Ukraine, etc.) 

What makes a single life’s violent death invoke such visceral emotions that the violent and sudden death of hundreds and thousands do not? Is a beheading inherently more repugnant to N. Atlantic feelings than carpet bombings? Is the person behind a guillotine less conscionable than the person commanding a drone?

Will politicians use the same type of language for how Michael Brown رحمه الله died? Why does this North Atlantic reaction of horror and disgust apply in some circumstances of violent death, but not others? It has to be more than state power, right?

modelling101:

Anais Mali for Vogue

modelling101:

Anais Mali for Vogue