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This ain&#8217;t my first time 
Rotating three in slowmo..

That&#8217;s me, myself and I, nigga I chief solo

This ain’t my first time
Rotating three in slowmo..

That’s me, myself and I, nigga I chief solo

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bitterassfandom:

CAN YOU BELIEVE WHAT JUST HAPPENED, MICHELLE OBAMA RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT IN 2016 WITH HILLARY CLINTON AS HER RUNNING MATE

IT’S A DREAM COME TRUE

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days in the east - drake

she’s not here right now,
she’s not here right now.

Young nugga switchin up the whole program

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chemical reaction

*how to spawn demons: a beginner’s guide to chemistry

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Michael Jackson tells Bubbles the chimp in sign language to sit the fuck down and stop stealing sips of his tea. 

Michael Jackson tells Bubbles the chimp in sign language to sit the fuck down and stop stealing sips of his tea. 

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February 27, 2014


flavorpill:


If we’re going to talk about gentrification then we should actually talk about the phenomenon, instead of merely throwing around invective at people who, just like everyone else in this city, are just living where they can afford to live. If we’re going to stop the urban poor from being pushed ever further to the margins, we need to narrow the ever-widening chasm between rich and poor, and address the fact that the minimum wage is far too low to live on. We need to dismantle the systematic racism and classism of a system that oppresses working-class people and discourages social mobility, address the lack of affordable housing city-wide, etc. But looking at all that stuff isn’t as easy as taking cheap shots, is it?

Spike Lee’s Speech and the Problem With How We Talk About Gentrification

Preach Mr. Spike, preach

flavorpill:

If we’re going to talk about gentrification then we should actually talk about the phenomenon, instead of merely throwing around invective at people who, just like everyone else in this city, are just living where they can afford to live. If we’re going to stop the urban poor from being pushed ever further to the margins, we need to narrow the ever-widening chasm between rich and poor, and address the fact that the minimum wage is far too low to live on. We need to dismantle the systematic racism and classism of a system that oppresses working-class people and discourages social mobility, address the lack of affordable housing city-wide, etc. But looking at all that stuff isn’t as easy as taking cheap shots, is it?

Spike Lee’s Speech and the Problem With How We Talk About Gentrification

Preach Mr. Spike, preach

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February 24, 2014