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  2. wwalk3:

    dippednv8splash:

    bigmacqueen:

    ladyluna13:

    nickisreborn:

    nevecampbell:

    itsabbgundumbass:

    Macklemore’s gonna respond tomorrow or tonight I bet.

    IM SCREAMING

    Ok drake you’ve earned my respect

    Yeeeees!!! I love drake

    yaaaass drake…let them know!

    Sheesh! This actually HAPPENED!?!?

    Drake’s whole stint as ESPYs host was full of really poignant, hard jokes that I loved. I was surprised, actually, and really enjoyed it. Too bad for a lot of them, the room almost went silent.

    "Richard Sherman made white folks more mad than a crowded Whole Foods parking lot"

    "There’s no room for racism in the NFL, unless you’re a team from Washington, DC."

    His sketch with Blake Griffin had me howling. The only part I really didn’t like was them calling Chris Brown “America’s Sweetheart”. Like, really? We really just gonna forget? Oh okay.

    (via seriouslyamerica)

     
  3. neueports:

    ohreinababyy:

    phatbootycuties:

    Rhythmic Gymnast Shin Soo-ji’s First Pitch. Impressive.

    3rd guyy is all set to smash.

    plottin on the low, schemin on the low

    (via theuppitynegras)

     
  4. commodifiedsouls:

    thinksquad:

    Portraits of four Pennsylvania lawmakers that hang in the State Capitol building in Harrisburg will now indicate they were convicted of a crime.

    “There was a question: ‘Do you remove the portraits or do you do something else?’” said Stephen Miskin, a spokesman for House Speaker Sam Smith, a Republican from Punxsutawney. “You can’t change history, whether you like it or not. There was a feeling you should keep the portraits out there and let people make up their own mind.”

    The lawmakers’ criminal activity will now be inscribed on a plaque that identifies their portraits, and is a result of several members concern over what to do following the two most recent convictions in 2011 and 2012.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/govbeat/wp/2014/07/17/pennsylvania-will-now-shame-convicted-lawmakers-with-plaques-that-note-their-crimes/?Post+generic=%3Ftid%3Dsm_twitter_washingtonpost

    This should be standard practice everywhere. Including … no, *especially* in Washington, D.C.

    (via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)

     

  5. "Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better."
    — Maya Angelou (via mhconsumer)

    (via clinicallydepressedpug)

     
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  7. tacobell:

    Pour up. Drank.

    motherfucking Taco Bell, do NOT rip off Kendrick Lamar, especially a song about chemical addiction, to sell your shitty cups full of glucose and terrible food. Have some damn respect.

     

  8. soulofacityy:

    i’ve noticed that a lot of people confuse “respects women” with “respects women they consider respectable”.  

    (via thebicker)

     

  9. blisssfulwonderland said: SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT WHAT BLACK PEOPLE EXPERIENCED PRIOR TO THE 70S. I UNDERSTAND THAT THE WAY BLACK PEOPLE WERE TREATED IN THE PAST IN OUR SOCIETY WAS HORRIBLE. BUT I NOR ANY OTHER PEOPLE IN OUR GENERATION PARTICIPATED IN THAT, AND DO NOT HAVE THE SAME VIEWS AS THOSE WHITE PEOPLE DID.

    theuppitynegras:

    whitegirlsaintshit:

    you a damn dingus

    my nigga really called her a dingus

    NOBODY ALIVE TODAY WAS ALIVE BEFORE 1970

    EVERYONE WHO CLAIMS TO BE OLDER THAN 44 IS A LIAR WEARING OLD AGE MAKEUP AND PROSTHETICS

     
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