NYC/ETHER
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NYC/ETHER
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sayohla:

A & k all the way. #TANBOYS
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collegehumor:

Finish reading —> 6 Bar Games You Can Play with Just Your Smartphone
Why complain about people checking their phones when you could make a whole game out of it? Next time you’re at the bar, try these simple smartphone-based games to liven up even the most boring of bars.
collegehumor:

Finish reading —> 6 Bar Games You Can Play with Just Your Smartphone
Why complain about people checking their phones when you could make a whole game out of it? Next time you’re at the bar, try these simple smartphone-based games to liven up even the most boring of bars.
collegehumor:

Finish reading —> 6 Bar Games You Can Play with Just Your Smartphone
Why complain about people checking their phones when you could make a whole game out of it? Next time you’re at the bar, try these simple smartphone-based games to liven up even the most boring of bars.
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centuriespast:

RICHARD, Fleury-FrançoisMontaigne and Tasso1821Oil on canvas, 130 x 100 cmMusée des Beaux-Arts, Lyon
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“I thank God I was raised Catholic, so sex will always be dirty.”
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afrodite-athena:



J.Cole pays his respect to Mike Brown


it was a must i reblogged this twice I. DO. NOT. CARE.
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blackfashion:

The African American male is faced with a society that labels him before he is able to identify his own place within the diaspora. The common view is that Black America exists only in relation to White America; Black men exist only in relation to their white counterparts. This view, along with a “post-racial” multi-media brainwashing, leaves the Black man with little space to define himself. The Black man’s ever-evolving self-identification in America has been his longest battle. Slaves had to imagine themselves as Men in a world where they were told they were animals. Black men had to imagine themselves as citizens in a society that told them they didn’t deserve the same rights. Now we must imagine ourselves as Kings in the face of new Klans and as divine decedents of Gods in a mind of our own, that has been told that our physical reality is the only one that exists. 

Photographed and written by Jordan Shanks 
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