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My thoughts desires and mostly rants about whatever comes to mind... Enjoy the ride.

pussandboooobs:

greenteashawty:

modestmojo:

rhapsodique:

ithotyouknew:

kobetyrant:

500daysofbased:

LMAO

I don’t get it? lol

Have you EVER seen a black person working at a Chinese restaurant? Put this in history books.

I have!! Black girls are everywhere speaking Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and all that! Don’t get it twisted ;) 

I’ve never seen this in NYC ever it’s not even about being able to speak the language it’s that Chinese restaurants are usually family businesses and no outsiders are allowed .

Nepotism is the name of the game at Chinese spots. This is history. I ain’t never seen this ever in life.

Ain’t never seen NO black person work at the Chinese food store not in Jersey not in nyc not in Florida not no where

pussandboooobs:

greenteashawty:

modestmojo:

rhapsodique:

ithotyouknew:

kobetyrant:

500daysofbased:

LMAO

I don’t get it? lol

Have you EVER seen a black person working at a Chinese restaurant? Put this in history books.

I have!! Black girls are everywhere speaking Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and all that! Don’t get it twisted ;) 

I’ve never seen this in NYC ever it’s not even about being able to speak the language it’s that Chinese restaurants are usually family businesses and no outsiders are allowed .

Nepotism is the name of the game at Chinese spots. This is history. I ain’t never seen this ever in life.

Ain’t never seen NO black person work at the Chinese food store not in Jersey not in nyc not in Florida not no where

(Source: earthcharm, via fuckyeahrusty)

link 8165 08/10/2014 — 1 week ago

ghdos:

beautifulinmybrokenness:

escapedgoat:

In honor of Black History Month, here’s Part 2 of a list of 20 books that every young Black child should own/read. I feel this list is important because Black children need to see themselves in the books they read. Feel free to add to the list!

Note: Here’s the whole list here

I owned 5 of these. Loved them all.

I read Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry like eight times when I was a kid. I loved that book. I need to make sure my baby sister reads it when she gets old enough.

(via patronce)

link 1273 18/02/2013 — 1 year ago
hardestcopy:


“Every girl is expected to have caucasian blue eyes, full Spanish lips, a classic button nose, hairless Asian skin with a California tan, a Jamaican dance hall ass, long Swedish legs, small Japanese feet, the abs of a lesbian gym owner, the hips of a nine-year-old boy, the arms of Michelle Obama and doll tits.The person closest to actually achieving this look is Kim Kardashian, who, as we know, was made by Russian scientists to sabotage our athletes. Everyone else is struggling.”- Tina Fey

If you don’t think Tina Fey is flawless you need to put the coke down and get your life back on track.

hardestcopy:


“Every girl is expected to have c
aucasian blue eyes, full Spanish lips, a classic button nose, hairless Asian skin with a California tan, a Jamaican dance hall ass, long Swedish legs, small Japanese feet, the abs of a lesbian gym owner, the hips of a nine-year-old boy, the arms of Michelle Obama and doll tits.

The person closest to actually achieving this look is Kim Kardashian, who, as we know, was made by Russian scientists to sabotage our athletes. Everyone else is struggling.”

- Tina Fey

If you don’t think Tina Fey is flawless you need to put the coke down and get your life back on track.

(Source: truebluemeandyou, via omgxmarissa)

link 96082 17/01/2013 — 1 year ago

artphotocollector:

“Pop-culture has a lot of influence on my work. I like to re-contextualize art historical pieces with a twist of pop.” Awol Erizku 

The young, Bronx-raised photographer Awol Erizku’s work is gaining considerable attention.  A 2010 graduate of Cooper Union, he has managed, early in his career, the elusive feat of a solo show that opens tomorrow night at Hasted Kraeutler here in New York. 

At a time when I see many young artists struggling to keep it going, someone like Awol Erizku demonstrates what is still possible.  Of course, going to a prestigious school and having a mentor like David LaChapelle wouldn’t hurt anyone’s career, but Awol Erizku didn’t grow up advantaged. His portrait work reflects his community while inserting this community—through photography—into a greater art historic context, one where African American (and other people of color) are never well represented.

These photographs merit attention.  They are beautiful and they captivate. In this short video Erizku’s passion and commitment to producing great work (and paying respect to his roots) look to be the real deal.  I look forward to seeing the portraits first-hand and to pondering what’s next for this young artist. —Lane Nevares

I LOVE THIS!!!!

(via nok-ind)

link 6322 26/08/2012 — 2 years ago
zuluguru:

Me & @StreetEtiquette got dapper for the night in the city of Malabo in Equatorial Guinea, Africa #Schwaza #GOD #TheRomanticMovement (Taken with Instagram)

zuluguru:

Me & @StreetEtiquette got dapper for the night in the city of Malabo in Equatorial Guinea, Africa #Schwaza #GOD #TheRomanticMovement (Taken with Instagram)

(Source: zuluguru, via streetetiquette)

link 200 26/08/2012 — 2 years ago