10:49 am - Wed, Oct 1, 2014

Hola,

Rochelle Jaaaaaaaaaawdin is comin’. I, for one, am all the way here for this turn of events.

Hit the link above for some lunchtime reading (and listening?)…

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10:47 am
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nativescience:

supertaysonbros:

jessehimself:

Do not test Reza Aslan.

We must train and retain our ability to listen and process critically.

Ethered Bill Maher and CNN.

Brought the Hammer of Thor. Lemmon out there looking like a clown, again.

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10:46 am
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phattygirls:

I would literally eat pound cake out off TRACEE ELLIS ROSS’S ASS!

(via january-girl)

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10:47 am - Mon, Sep 29, 2014
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Number 1021 is comprised of the attributes of number 1 appearing twice, the vibrations of number 0 and the energies of number 2. Number 1 resonates with creativity and creation, manifestation and attainment, new beginnings, motivation and progress, self-reliance, striving forward and pursuing goals, achievement and inspiration. It also relates to creating our own realities by our thoughts, beliefs and actions. Number 0 is a message to do with developing one’s spiritual aspects and is considered to represent the beginning of a spiritual journey and highlights the uncertainties that may entail. It suggests that you listen to your intuition and higher-self as this is where you will find your answers. Number 0 amplifies and magnifies the energies of the numbers it appears with making them more powerful and influential. Number 2 lends it energies of balance, healing, devotion and grace. It carries the vibrations of duality, diplomacy and adaptability, partnership and relationships, sensitivity and selflessness. Number 2 also resonates with faith and trust and serving your Divine life purpose and soul mission. The ‘go-getting’ number 1 blended with the ‘sensitive’ number 2, amplified by the powerful energies of number 0 makes the number 1021 a very balanced number.
1021… (via iamrochellejordan)

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6:46 am - Sat, Sep 27, 2014
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mauving:

cozyqueen:

my uncle cuttin up at a family function.

i told yall we like to dance.

glo lmfaoooooooo I’m crying

(Source: youtube.com, via tsunamiwavesurfing)

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6:35 am
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-imaginarythoughts-:

educated-ignorance:

hersheywrites:

Y’all quick as fuck with these gifs.

This was important though.

I need every pretentious college student to see this tho. This is an important PSA.

I think she said that because she knows she slept with the male instructor and that’s reason for her being there.

I think it was a low key insider diss.

(Source: gifthetv, via thefatgawd)

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6:27 am
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the-legion-of-fandoms:

Why are we not talking about Derrick Coleman????

  • He’s been legally Deaf since he was 3 years old
  • That’s 20 years
  • He received a letter from a fan who’s also Deaf and he wrote back an inspirational reply
  • He’s the first ever Deaf offensive player in the league.
  • He’s also the first to score a touchdown
  • In order to play football, he has to watch everyone else and move when they move, wear hearing aids, and he has to read Quarterback Russell Wilson’s lips in order to know what the play is, and he still manages to do it and do it well.
  • He’s just an inspiration to me and a lot of others.

(via juliejanowicz)

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6:03 am - Wed, Sep 24, 2014
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kingjaffejoffer:

[Video]

Not posting this because people should expect astute social commentary from Young Thug. Moreso posting it because sometimes people need to be put on blast when they say something stupid. 

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6:17 pm - Tue, Sep 23, 2014
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doomsday519:

busybrody:

ohgodhesloose:

One of the best lines in bad movie history

This movie was a mess, but I love it. And Raul Julia was fucking awesome in it.

He was the best thing about this movie therefore the movie was awesome.

(Source: jillsandwich, via itsexclusive)

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6:10 pm
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Hi guise! 

Its been a long time! I shouldn’t have left you, without some slightly above average prose to fall asleep to and so on.

Passion of the Weiss is back and so am I. I had a really eventful and largely shitty summer but I’m OK now and you don’t care anyway. Pricks.

I’m sure you know the drill by now. Today’s topic? Kendrick.

OH! Use this link to cleanse your ears and eyes when you’re done. My bad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6xNkt5A_wo

Click away…

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8:08 am - Wed, Sep 17, 2014
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9:02 pm - Fri, Aug 29, 2014
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raw-addict:

Vic Mensa - Wimme Nah (Waldo & Sango Remix)

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6:49 pm - Wed, Aug 27, 2014
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thefatgawd:

ezzeweezy:

thecherrywinehouse:

hellodarling24:

thecherrywinehouse:

Why not? You shouldn’t even have to ask for equality and justice.

Because it’s all about preaching what u believe in!! If u want equality and justice then preach that..not the opposite

It’s a constitutional right. You wanna preach go to church or stand on a soap box. No matter what give we should be given what we all deserve

But that’s part of the issue here. What hip pop portrays now tarnishes the image of what we pursue to be. Yes we deserve equality it’s a constitutional right. It’s just about having morals and principle.

NO THE FUCK IT IS NOT. 
Please, whoever told you that you need to be dignified and proper as a  black person to exercise your rights needs to have their ass beat while you watch and then you need a sound beating yourself as they watch.
If a goddamn serial killer who is white can have equality and justice under the law, you will not sit your fucking ass up here and tell me that ANY black musician, regardless of whether they rapping about drugs, money, or whatever the fuck they wanna rap about, will not receive the same.
Fuck you and anyone that has a but to add to that.

thefatgawd:

ezzeweezy:

thecherrywinehouse:

hellodarling24:

thecherrywinehouse:

Why not? You shouldn’t even have to ask for equality and justice.

Because it’s all about preaching what u believe in!! If u want equality and justice then preach that..not the opposite

It’s a constitutional right. You wanna preach go to church or stand on a soap box. No matter what give we should be given what we all deserve

But that’s part of the issue here. What hip pop portrays now tarnishes the image of what we pursue to be. Yes we deserve equality it’s a constitutional right. It’s just about having morals and principle.

NO THE FUCK IT IS NOT.

Please, whoever told you that you need to be dignified and proper as a  black person to exercise your rights needs to have their ass beat while you watch and then you need a sound beating yourself as they watch.

If a goddamn serial killer who is white can have equality and justice under the law, you will not sit your fucking ass up here and tell me that ANY black musician, regardless of whether they rapping about drugs, money, or whatever the fuck they wanna rap about, will not receive the same.

Fuck you and anyone that has a but to add to that.

(Source: readyornot3)

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6:18 pm - Sat, Aug 23, 2014
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greenandcopper:

beyoncesupremacy:

thepsychoemoreport:

BLACK DON’T FUCKIN CRACK

Florida Evans was shady as hell

She’s not lying. Her face is flawless.

(Source: antdoubleu, via january-girl)

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