gzblicious:

Beautiful CL is always emotional when she performs “If i were you” :(

anyone have the video 

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I’ve ranted and I’ve raved and I’ve shouted
Wondering how’d it get so irreversibly rerouted

Feeling suicidal? Can’t talk on phones?

transbear:

horrorpeach:

crankyskirt:

IMAlive is a live online network that uses instant messaging to respond to people in crisis. People need a safe place to go during moments of crisis and intense emotional pain.

https://www.imalive.org/

Holy shit this is brilliant

AMAZING. BOOST IT.

Nah
http://goldenheartedrose.tumblr.com/post/94549464463

zor-o:

idk but the one piece anime is really starting to bore me but im waiting patiently to see robin’s “oh shit” face animated

YES
I’m glad I’m not alone in this

the pacing in the new world has been so on and off and I only see glimpses of my favorite show and it breaks my heart


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riseofthecommonwoodpile:

i’m honestly kind of amazed at the amount of people, be it in messages or reblogs, telling me that the protests turned violent

turned being the operative word

like, they can’t conceptualize of the fact that it started out non-violent

and it escalated because the police militarized around a grieving community

the police are the instigators and i’m being lectured on how they were justified in their instigation because hey a riot happened which is what the police were planning on because they were planning on instigating that the entire time. the fact that they were successful in their plans to cause a riot is justification for their plans to cause a riot. that’s the logic i’m getting over here

thank you for pointing out that the police were successful in terrorizing a community to the point where they felt violence was an appropriate reaction

and now the police are using tear gas on civilians, rubber bullets on people not even involved with the riots that the police themselves caused and people are still desperate to cling to some semblance of “police=good, poor black people=bad” or otherwise i guess their brains will explode

the-navel-treatment:

riversnogs:

aaaand now I’m crying.

This one. This is the one that did me in.

ok this is the one 

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kikaijima:

a redditor recounts the day he met robin williams.
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tripleheauxg said: 18, 25, 29

18. A song from the year that you were born

Poison"  Bell Biv DeVoe
which taught me the lifelong lesson to never trust a big butt and a smile

also I want to add this

Cherry-Coloured Funk" Cocteau Twins

25. A song by an artist no longer living
I’m not in the “2pac is the greatest rapper ever” camp by any means.
The first hiphop albums I ever purchased was Outkast’s Speakerboxx/Love Below, Lil Jon’s “Kings of Crunk” and Murphy Lee’s “Murphy’s Law” and my taste has changed so much since then. I bought those records with my stepdad at the time who was originally from the west coast, which is where I got my Lakers from since the only basketball related conversation I got was about the Laker’s Magic. And then Kobe was coming up and to me as a kid with a “me against the world’ mentality being alone so much I was drawn to him and followed him since. I devoured any basketball footage I could find of him. And at the time youtube was still pretty new and there weren’t many good videos. I joined the forum mixmakers where people would make highlight videos and compile sports footage. Most of them were of Kobe and so many of them used 2pac’s music. I’m not in the “2pac is the greatest rapper ever” camp by any means, but I did grow up listening to his music. “Me Against the World” is one of my favorite albums and in my opinion his best, and I’d put a song off of that here
but I choose
Bury Me A G” 2pac
I absolutely love Isley Brothers samples and sampling in hiphop in general opened me up to so many good stuff I’d otherwise have no means of discovering unless I somehow accidentally timetravelled in my sleep or in a hot tub.

And speaking of artists that have passed away;
I used to have this huge boom box in my bathroom to listen to music when I was in the shower. One day I was listening to the radio in the shower and Twista’s “Slow Jams” came on. For the longest time I thought that it was a Black Eyed Peas song for some reason. Haha, I don’t know, it made sense to me. And then one day at a whim while people were at my house I just up and left to Best Buy to purchase Twista’s album and I also saw Biggie’s album on the shelf and I picked that up too; completely thinking he was a rapper still on the scene. 

29. A song that you remember from your childhood
This one is tough because memories of when I was a kid in Brasil are so scarce and fuzzy. There’s one band I remember by a band called Mamonas Assassinas that died in a plane crash not long after they released their first and only album. The one song I still find myself listening to is 
Robocop Gay" Mamonas Assasinas



Another song I want to add

I was on skype with a past friend and we were trading music back and forth. Amy Winehouse, some oldies, and then she sent me one of her favorites; “In My Room” off of Utada Hikaru’s “First Love” album. And I don’t think I have ever heard it before that moment, but it struck with me this overwhelming feeling of nostalgia and sparked so many fuzzy memories of nothing I could pinpoint but felt so familiar and comforting. I can only describe it as that scene in Death Note after Higuchi dies and L picks up the Death Note and regains his memories after losing them by giving ownership of the book away. If you haven’t watched the show it won’t make sense, and when I heard this song I didn’t become evil either. But so much came rushing back I don’t even know how to describe it. This song brings me back in so many ways. Back to her, back to a time I don’t remember, back to my house on the hill. It’s one of my favorites

In My Room" Utada Hikaru

portablemiah:

American History textbooks more like

Chapter 1: Introduction to White People
Chapter 2: White Settlers and the Indian Savages
Chapter 3: Whitey Makes a Country
Chapter 4: The Blacks
Chapter 5: Wars, Wars, Wars
Chapter 6: No More Racism!: Martin Luther King Jr. Gives a Speech
Chapter 7: The Modern Whites

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