tattoo-on-my-heart:

this is the best thing I’ve seen
tattoo-on-my-heart:

this is the best thing I’ve seen
tattoo-on-my-heart:

this is the best thing I’ve seen

mappedbird:

mappedbird:

nicki minaj is the most beautiful woman on the earth idk if i’m gonna be able to survive the anaconda video??? 

update i’m sooo gay i’m sooooooooooooo gaaaaay

(via lgbtlaughs)

ianference:

It really blows my mind that so many New Yorkers are unaware that, right in the East River, off the Bronx, there sits 20 acres of abandoned island with a storied history.  North Brother Island was many things over the years - it opened as an extension of Riverside Hospital in 1885, treating smallpox patients overflowing from the Renwick building on Blackwell’s Island.  During this period, it was home to “Typhoid” Mary Mallon, and was the site of the wreck of the General Slocum.  Closing in the late 30s, it reopened again in the 40s to provide housing for GIs who had come back from the war, and finally, from 1953-1963, was a draconian drug rehab facility for court ordered juvenile offenders.  Abandoned now for over half a century, the island has faded into memory for most of New York City.  Pictured here is a room on the top floor of the Nurses’ Building in winter; while clearly the building isn’t in great shape - and vines are climbing in through the window - it’s held up rather well over time.

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Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
nevver:

“…when you’re looking at live footage of a city in your country where people are being ASSAULTED by the police - side with the people.”
nevver:

“…when you’re looking at live footage of a city in your country where people are being ASSAULTED by the police - side with the people.”
nevver:

“…when you’re looking at live footage of a city in your country where people are being ASSAULTED by the police - side with the people.”
nevver:

“…when you’re looking at live footage of a city in your country where people are being ASSAULTED by the police - side with the people.”
nevver:

“…when you’re looking at live footage of a city in your country where people are being ASSAULTED by the police - side with the people.”

nevver:

“…when you’re looking at live footage of a city in your country where people are being ASSAULTED by the police - side with the people.

(via linneart)

kikistiel:

Wip! the art block is strong in me these days
kikistiel:

Wip! the art block is strong in me these days

kikistiel:

Wip! the art block is strong in me these days

(via raggedywings)

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Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.
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Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.
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Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.
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Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.
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Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.
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Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.
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Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.
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Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.

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I love this talk; watched and live tweeted it when it happened. Also, Melissa Harris-Perry’s succinct definition of victim blaming is the one that I regularly use. Love how she explains how this impacts the politics of respectability.

“The is a lion in my living room. I feed it raw meat
so it does not hurt me. It is a strange thing
to nourish what could kill you
in the hopes it does not kill you.
We have lived like this, it and I, for so many years.
Sometimes it feels like we have always lived like this.
Sometimes I think I have always been like this.”