dangerouspoetry:

"While I agree with your point, Josephine, capitalism is an unjust ideal and it won’t work anymore"

dangerouspoetry:

"While I agree with your point, Josephine, capitalism is an unjust ideal and it won’t work anymore"

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thefilmstage:


“It began modern cinema in a way and it isn’t just a change in style. It was change in the execution of art and the perception of it, the perception of the world, I should say, through art as raising cinema to another level. It seems to be observant of just the very texture and roughness of everyday existence, of everyday life, but in each case it leads to a place that’s extraordinary stumbled into by the characters.”

Watch Martin Scorsese discuss Journey to Italy and the films of Roberto Rossellini.

thefilmstage:

“It began modern cinema in a way and it isn’t just a change in style. It was change in the execution of art and the perception of it, the perception of the world, I should say, through art as raising cinema to another level. It seems to be observant of just the very texture and roughness of everyday existence, of everyday life, but in each case it leads to a place that’s extraordinary stumbled into by the characters.”

Watch Martin Scorsese discuss Journey to Italy and the films of Roberto Rossellini.

jujubee58:

meanmisscharles:

christel-thoughts:

theuniverseisoursss:

lesbian-goddesss:

I’m not a lesbi- 

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…..Never Mind

this is the best fucking post ever made for a lesbian.

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ah, the freshness of something other than white women as the standard of beauty

*breathes in the mayo-free air*

This go better real fast!

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blackfashion:

sabyena silver, 20. London
http://sabyenasilver.tumblr.com/

tropicalfruitbabe:

*doesn’t check bank account*
*pretends everything is fine*

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if i had today’s technology 10 years ago when i was 16, either 2 things would have happened:

lovelyandbrown:

1) i would be a “thotty” MESS

or

2) actually, that’s it. i would just be loose as a goose.

so, kudos to you young girls out here, keeping it together. me and my ragtag gang of homegirls back in the day would have been doing THE. MOST.

Reblog if you don’t have a girlfriend or boyfriend.

ziggyinthisthang:

nevergonnawalkpastafez:

highpitchedscreaming:

no-not-now-mama:

boston-strong-forever:

momoandmimi:

sweet-words-of-horror:

That’s a lot of notes. Let’s all date each other. Everyone get into groups of two.

Let’s do the math then.

with 841,518 reblogs that would be 420,279 couples.

cAN I GET MINE IN PINK PLS

everytime I see this post it has an even amount of notes, I guess I’m just doomed to be alone forever

ODD NUMBER

I’m the odd number lol

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Like its Fucking wild!!! Even Jurassic Park us being remade like wtf?

We live in a time where you are old enough to see your movie remade and remastered as soon as someone can purchase the rights to it.

How soon before we see Harry Potter Requiem?
Just peeped the Mad Max : Fury Road trailer. I haven’t even seen the first one!!!

They pulled that with Total recall and Robocop and I still hadn’t seen either like wait what?!

Even terminator hadn’t been redone yet.

Now I’m watching out For Lethal Weapon and The Land Before Time .

fuckyeahdirectors:

Pedro Almodóvar while filming Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990)

fuckyeahdirectors:

Pedro Almodóvar while filming Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990)

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entertainmentweekly:

Watch The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohan, Steven Yeun, and Danai Gurira tell us:

One thing Andrew Lincoln wouldn’t want us to know.’ 

thotstothinkabout:

storiesandconjure:

the-friction-in-your-jeans:

Raven-Symoné just posted this image on her Facebook and polish, it’s made me MAD. This is what I write about it on Facebook:
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As an African this image is infuriating to me personally.
1) Africa is a continent, not a country
2) Africa has prosperous, beautiful big cities with wealthy, comfortable, happy people as well as people in dire states of need.
THERE ARE EMPOVERISHED PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD AND THEY ALL NEED OUR HELP. This common image of Africa as ‘Land of the Charity Cases’ makes me furious. You think of Africa and it’s all pitiful starving children, tears, hands extended, begging for your spare change and off cuts. I feel like Western Asia often gets tarred with the same brush. Charity is needed in Africa like it us needed in Asia, Europe, The Americas, Australasia, all over the world. I’m not saying STOP giving to charity I’m just saying that there are millions of people rich and poor in Africa and they demand respect not pity. We aren’t begging for your damned ice water, we are looking for ways to build pumps and wells in our villages. We don’t wan the food your child won’t finish at the table, we want the means to grow and buy our own. Africa is striving for Education, improved infrastructure, to create wealth for all of us that desire it, to create a future that isn’t war torn and tumultuous. We are more than just your ‘I’m such a good person’ trump card, we are millions of lives and languages and backgrounds and faces that are all grouped together, called primitive, with our hands twisted to look outstretched and begging.

THIS IS SO IMPORTANT. 
According to an IRIN report in 2005, 82% of arable land in South Africa is still owned by Europeans and those of European descent through colonization.
Yet a lot of people be giving away dresses and bibles to “Africa” as a sum of thinking that is going to solve the problems persisting in specific countries in Africa.
Can we stop homogenizing the experiences of an entire continent for white saviour complexes please?

You are not helping the situations long term, and you are also continueing the racist perpetuation of Africans as “backwards”, “starving”, and “unable to fend for themselves”. When they are very much able to do so if it wasn’t for colonization and white supremacy, which you continue to perpetuate through unsustainable aid, and painting the picture of the “poor Africans”.
http://www.irinnews.org/report/54617/south-africa-land-ownership-remains-racially-skewed


Bottom commentary on point^^^^ 

thotstothinkabout:

storiesandconjure:

the-friction-in-your-jeans:

Raven-Symoné just posted this image on her Facebook and polish, it’s made me MAD. This is what I write about it on Facebook:

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As an African this image is infuriating to me personally.

1) Africa is a continent, not a country

2) Africa has prosperous, beautiful big cities with wealthy, comfortable, happy people as well as people in dire states of need.

THERE ARE EMPOVERISHED PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD AND THEY ALL NEED OUR HELP. This common image of Africa as ‘Land of the Charity Cases’ makes me furious. You think of Africa and it’s all pitiful starving children, tears, hands extended, begging for your spare change and off cuts. I feel like Western Asia often gets tarred with the same brush. Charity is needed in Africa like it us needed in Asia, Europe, The Americas, Australasia, all over the world. I’m not saying STOP giving to charity I’m just saying that there are millions of people rich and poor in Africa and they demand respect not pity. We aren’t begging for your damned ice water, we are looking for ways to build pumps and wells in our villages. We don’t wan the food your child won’t finish at the table, we want the means to grow and buy our own. Africa is striving for Education, improved infrastructure, to create wealth for all of us that desire it, to create a future that isn’t war torn and tumultuous. We are more than just your ‘I’m such a good person’ trump card, we are millions of lives and languages and backgrounds and faces that are all grouped together, called primitive, with our hands twisted to look outstretched and begging.

THIS IS SO IMPORTANT. 

According to an IRIN report in 2005, 82% of arable land in South Africa is still owned by Europeans and those of European descent through colonization.

Yet a lot of people be giving away dresses and bibles to “Africa” as a sum of thinking that is going to solve the problems persisting in specific countries in Africa.

Can we stop homogenizing the experiences of an entire continent for white saviour complexes please?

You are not helping the situations long term, and you are also continueing the racist perpetuation of Africans as “backwards”, “starving”, and “unable to fend for themselves”. When they are very much able to do so if it wasn’t for colonization and white supremacy, which you continue to perpetuate through unsustainable aid, and painting the picture of the “poor Africans”.

http://www.irinnews.org/report/54617/south-africa-land-ownership-remains-racially-skewed

Bottom commentary on point^^^^ 

(via reverseracism)

capleo0693e:

cocainecaptain:

Kid Cudi faints after signing an autograph at North Coast Music Festival

i hope he’s not back on shit, maybe he’s been working to hard

capleo0693e:

cocainecaptain:

Kid Cudi faints after signing an autograph at North Coast Music Festival

i hope he’s not back on shit, maybe he’s been working to hard

(via simpleasss)