• COMMONM
    "Trips to where, few have been
    Out of thin air, upon high winds
    Rites begin when the sun descends
    Have felt what few will ever know
    Have seen the truth beneath the glow,
    Of the ebb and flow, where roots of all mysteries grow"


  • petyourface:

THIS PICTURE IS FROM MAY I FORGOT TO UPLOAD IT OOPS

anyway hey look I’m everyone’s favorite dangan ronpa bitch
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    The video features a group of unnamed black kids, purportedly from Ferguson, reciting parts of a script that’s clearly been written by adults. A script that will make you think race is solely a black and white issue, by the way. Even if the children are from Ferguson, it’s unclear if or how they’ve been compensated. Either way, the idea that these kids are from Ferguson is paraded for consumption.

    Towards the end, a white adult and a black adult make nice and encourage viewers to buy a FCKH8.com T-shirt. Five dollars from each shirt will supposedly go to unidentified “charities working in communities to fight racism.” Which charities? Who knows! What communities? Can’t tell you.

    The video concludes with a dedication, “For Mike,” and a quiet scene from the Ferguson street on which Michael Brown was killed by officer Darren Wilson more than a month ago.

    The company behind the video, FCKH8.com, has made a name for itself selling what it calls “LGBT Equality Gear” (which sort of covers some LGB themes, but sort of leaves the T part out). It’s now trying to do the same with its “Anti-Racism Gear.” According to its website, FCKH8.com “recently became owned and managed by Synergy Media,” a corporate branding firm whose clients include Magnum bodybuilding vitamin supplements and pretty offensive “Buckeye Boob T’s” (the latter despite the fact that FCKH8.com says it’s anti-sexist).

    There’s an entire economy around black death—and this ad campaign illustrates it all too well. Ironically, this economy’s profit margins depend on upholding the very racism this video claims to want to eliminate.

    So there you have it, folks. Everything, it seems, can distilled, packaged, bought and sold—including racism.

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    This is the T-Shirt Company Making Money Off of Ferguson by Aura Bogado

    TLDR: do not buy the shirts being sold by fckh8! 

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  • acqua:

加瀬大輝さんはTwitterを使っています: “大破で機嫌悪い摩耶 #艦これ版深夜の真剣お絵描き60分一本勝負 http://t.co/63PB0Y9fQt”
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  • sisterjudyjudybobudy:

    weetbixgod:

    hotdadcalendar:

    I’m actually concerned for boys who complain about how different girls look without makeup. Like did you think eyeshadow permanently alters a girls eyelid? Are you frightened when people change clothes

    Babies have no concept of object permanence

    That’s one of the sickest burns I’ve ever read. 

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  • "ScHoolboy Q’s verses are oozing with delicious creative juices that only a talented master chief could cook up in the kitchen."
    hiphopfightsback (via hhfbquotes)

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  • skinnyitchyyoungdumbandfullofcum asked : Hey spairo, just wanted to send my condolences. I hope you're doing well.

    airospace:

    Thanks man. Praverb was an amazing guy.

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  • design-is-fine:

Lininger-Iowy, Beocom Telephone, Copenhagen, 1986. Plastic housing. Denmark. Bang and Olufsen. Via Cooper Hewitt.
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  • smalltittyanime:

    hey bro, wanna come over and jack off to the big game?

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  • artisticstuffetc:

Something Artistic Blog asylum-art:

Han Xiao
Saatchi Art
Han Xiao was born in 1982 in… via Tumblr
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  • unfaithfullyd:

all—-white:

Raf Simons SS14 Ombre sz S
all white, the best in streetwear clothing and lifestyle goods.
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  • neuromaencer:

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