my mom just told me she walks with a vengeance omg shes a stan she in da hive what do i do
You make a gif of her walking and you do it now.
“Bring confortable clothing fit for physical activities”
ahahahhahaha!! i used to be this person….and then h&m started selling tights for $13…the fall.
‘Triple Hate’ is a four-part documentary about Nathan Bedford Forrest, the Memphis City Council, the Klan, the Crips, Ulysses S. Grant, racism, and the specter of history. It will be airing every day this week, only on VICE.com.
Watch Part 1
vice! i can no longer keep up w your splendor. one day we shall become united in cause and employment (as in you will pay me to be professionally awesome and i will do so splendidly, amen).
Now ‘Errbody inna club Gettin tipsaayyy!!
I really can hear it in my head! lol
this is funny but Teen Titans Go is not—> TEEN TITANS (no Go) OR NOTHING!
Baudouin Mouanda: Congolese Dreams - We follow this internationally acclaimed photographer as he explores beauty in unlikely places.
It features a peculiarly African-American twist on Marx’s and Engels’s observations about capitalism’s commodity-fetish effect—the transformation of a marketable object into a magical thing of desire. It is my belief that capitalism’s original commodity fetish was the Africans auctioned here as slaves, whose reduction from subjects to abstracted objects has made them seem larger than life and less than human at the same time.
It is for this reason that the Black body, and subsequently Black culture, has become a hungered-after taboo item and a nightmarish bugbear in the badlands of the American racial imagination. Something to be possessed and something to be erased—an operation that explains not only the ceaseless parade of troublesome Black stereotypes still proferred and preferred by Hollywood (toms, coons, mammies, mulattoes, and bucks, in Donald Bogle’s coinage), but the American music industry’s never-ending quest for a white artist who can competently perform a Black musical impersonation: Paul Whiteman, Elvis Presley, the Rolling Stones, Sting, Britney Spears, ’N Sync, Pink, Eminem—all of those contrived and promoted to do away with bodily reminders of the Black origins of American pop pleasure.
It is with this history in mind that African-American performance artist Roger Guenveur Smith once posed the question: Why does everyone love Black music but nobody loves Black people? —
Greg Tate, Everything But the Burden (via wretchedoftheearth)
LETS GO AHEAD AND ADD IGGY AZALIA TO THAT LIST (even if her most recent single isnt AS god AWFUL as the others).
long AND tight curlsssssssssss
People say “natural hair is not for everyone” like God made a mistake on black people’s hair.
Matt Buchanan on the Xbox One: It’s “the most forceful attempt of any company yet to colonize your living room—to be the single most important box attached to your television, if not the only box.” http://nyr.kr/10jxM4A
our technology is colonizing
What a blessing it is to love books. Everybody must love something, and I know of no objects of love that give such substantial and unfailing returns as books and a garden. — Elizabeth von Arnim (via taylorbooks)
(Source: cajunmama, via alslaw)
In 1974, the Chilean filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky set about turning the classic sci-fi novelDune into a major motion picture. He recruited Orson Welles, Pink Floyd, H. R. Giger, David Carradine, Salvador Dali, and Mick Jagger to the project, completed 3,000 pieces of story art, and spent millions of dollars preparing for production. Investors balked when he asked for more—and when they realized the script would account for a meandering 14-hour film—and it was ultimately shelved.
Read about it here
she’s crazy beautiful