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roy-ality:

airnuttedsohard:

Who waves to a selfie Angelia Jolie

lmfao

I love everything about this group selfie. Never forget.

(Source: idlers-beatle-dream)

I woke up like dis.

This might be the biggest my beard has ever been.

neutralrnilkmotel:

Women that oppose feminism because they feel they personally have all the rights and respect they need are so incredibly selfish and ignorant to the plight of women not only in their own country, but across the developing world.

(Source: edwadrules, via lovingchokehold)

I want to eat healthy, but I also want to eat 100 of these donuts
The struggle is real my friends

spacejamsessions:

Cayetana - Dirty Laundry (Space Jam Sessions)

I feel stupid for not listening to these gals until now. So good.

(Source: spacejamsessions.com)

insertsomething4rtsy:

raisinsandpalmtrees:

jxntry:

vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.

I’m amazed

The dopest shit ever

HOLD ON

Fuck this is so cool I can’t even handle it.

(via velvet-vulpini)

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ohjezebel:

Kitty’s like boobs too 🍒🐱

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#latergram from the Basement show in NYC earlier this week. Definitely one of the best shows I’ve been to all year. So happy to have finally seen them live. I hope they tour again soon! 🙏 #basement #nyc #livemusic #basementuk #runforcoverrecords #websterhall #poppunk

ddecomposedd:

letmeknowthetruth:

Yoke (Acoustic) - Basement 

I love this acoustic version too much 

He played this and I couldn’t deal

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matrisphere:

Modern Baseball - Your Graduation [x]

"Rather than asking the deeper questions concerning the root level causes of the over-representation of black men within the criminal justice system, we have become conditioned to sit back and watch the dehumanization of this segment of the population, while remaining silent to their plight. It was our silence that allowed police forces to occupy our poorest communities since the start of the so-called war on drugs. It was our silence that opened the door to the militarization of our police forces. It was our silence that allowed them to purchase military grade equipment and to increase surveillance on citizens in the name of the war on drugs. It was our silence that allowed our prisons to swell beyond capacity and our criminal justice budgets to take priority over spending in other key areas, such as education and healthcare. And it was our silence that allowed and continues to allow for the targeting, profiling, and execution of unarmed young black men in our communities, as we saw with Emmett Till, Oscar Grant, Sean Bell, Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis, Ezell Ford, and most recently, Mike Brown of #Ferguson. As Dr. King once said, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter.” #OurLivesMatter"

- Nekima Levy-Pounds: Our Silence on the War on Drugs & Mass Incarceration Lead to the Insanity in #Ferguson (via azspot)

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