It's Amazing What We Have To Endure

hurry - get the real children out of here.

hurry - get the real children out of here.

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johnnyideaseed:

daveboogie:

Here is a pic of Grace Jones shoving cake into Divine’s mouth at what I believe was Grace’s 30th birthday party…you’re welcome!

It’s like “The Creation of Adam,” but relevant to my interests.

johnnyideaseed:

daveboogie:

Here is a pic of Grace Jones shoving cake into Divine’s mouth at what I believe was Grace’s 30th birthday party…you’re welcome!

It’s like “The Creation of Adam,” but relevant to my interests.

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weloveshortvideos:

Walk Into School On The 1st Day Like..

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incidentalcomics:

The Shape of Ideas

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shehashadit:

YAAAAAAASSSSSS KWEENS YAAAAAAASSSSSS!!!!! Amen amen!!! Whew guuurrlll, Kiesha’s manager asked her to make the sign of all their specials today down at The Jolly Bottom’s Organanically Unnatural Vegan”ish” Trendy Overpriced Cafe, Sex Shop & Sorta-Free Clinic!!! Hahahaa, weelllll church, he should have known better! Especially seeing as how Kiesha tried calling out this very morning via Twitter direct message 15 minutes before her shift, and he insisted she come in anyways! GUUUURRRLLL!!! NOPE!!! #yelpmyass #aintnospecials #aintnowork #aintnocustomerservice #yaaassskween #workplaceopulence #ilive #shehashadit #dontlookather #donttalktoher #shewillcussyouout #justcauseitsawednesday #raisedright #dontdoitkiesha #unemployed #uncircumcised #unlimitedpossibilities #glory #nope #obsessed #happywednesdaykweens (at Chipotle)

She always has at least one hashtag that does it for me. Today, that one is #unliitedpossibilities

shehashadit:

YAAAAAAASSSSSS KWEENS YAAAAAAASSSSSS!!!!! Amen amen!!! Whew guuurrlll, Kiesha’s manager asked her to make the sign of all their specials today down at The Jolly Bottom’s Organanically Unnatural Vegan”ish” Trendy Overpriced Cafe, Sex Shop & Sorta-Free Clinic!!! Hahahaa, weelllll church, he should have known better! Especially seeing as how Kiesha tried calling out this very morning via Twitter direct message 15 minutes before her shift, and he insisted she come in anyways! GUUUURRRLLL!!! NOPE!!! #yelpmyass #aintnospecials #aintnowork #aintnocustomerservice #yaaassskween #workplaceopulence #ilive #shehashadit #dontlookather #donttalktoher #shewillcussyouout #justcauseitsawednesday #raisedright #dontdoitkiesha #unemployed #uncircumcised #unlimitedpossibilities #glory #nope #obsessed #happywednesdaykweens (at Chipotle)

She always has at least one hashtag that does it for me. Today, that one is #unliitedpossibilities

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portraitsofboston:

     “It’s not easy being an atheist in a theistic world. One time I went to an atheist meeting and there was a guy from Pakistan—big, jovial guy, might have had a Ph.D. in biochemistry—who was an atheist. And as he was talking, I asked him what is it like when he goes back to Pakistan—is he an atheist then? He said, ‘No, no! No, no! I’m a Muslim when I go back to Pakistan.’ I get it, even though I don’t think that America is particularly free. There are certain consequences for being an atheist here as well.     “I’m an African-American, and almost all African-Americans believe in some sort of God—women more so. So, trying to affiliate with an African-American woman and telling her that I’m an atheist is hard. She goes, ‘What is that?’—she doesn’t get it. It’s true even of well-educated women because they were raised in a church. These were people who were enslaved in Africa, brought to the shores of America as slaves, and indoctrinated into the church. So America is not that free, either.”   

portraitsofboston:

     “It’s not easy being an atheist in a theistic world. One time I went to an atheist meeting and there was a guy from Pakistan—big, jovial guy, might have had a Ph.D. in biochemistry—who was an atheist. And as he was talking, I asked him what is it like when he goes back to Pakistan—is he an atheist then? He said, ‘No, no! No, no! I’m a Muslim when I go back to Pakistan.’ I get it, even though I don’t think that America is particularly free. There are certain consequences for being an atheist here as well.
     “I’m an African-American, and almost all African-Americans believe in some sort of God—women more so. So, trying to affiliate with an African-American woman and telling her that I’m an atheist is hard. She goes, ‘What is that?’—she doesn’t get it. It’s true even of well-educated women because they were raised in a church. These were people who were enslaved in Africa, brought to the shores of America as slaves, and indoctrinated into the church. So America is not that free, either.”   

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