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Apr 24
Apr 24
ohnorosco:

Bastards!

ohnorosco:

Bastards!

Apr 24
Apr 24
officialbeastieboys:

oh also….this is a picture of Jay Z (playing U Don’t Know) at his and Kanye’s show
in Atlanta on Saturday night. that shit was awesome !
did i mention that i had backstage passes and watched the show from the front row while drinking a nice glass of merlot from the dressing room..?
i did ? oh shit … well happy birthday to me.

officialbeastieboys:

oh also….this is a picture of Jay Z (playing U Don’t Know) at his and Kanye’s show

in Atlanta on Saturday night. that shit was awesome !

did i mention that i had backstage passes and watched the show from the front row while drinking a nice glass of merlot from the dressing room..?

i did ? oh shit … well happy birthday to me.

Apr 24
laughingsquid:

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Apr 24
wearethe99percent:

I’m only 15 years old. Sometimes my family can’t afford to buy groceries when we need to. I haven’t been to the doctor in three years because we can’t afford it. I have all symptoms of having diabetes and get scared that I might go into a diabetic coma if I have it. My mom works for the school board and my step dad builds homes. I’ve been seeing and hearing about all these arrests and brutal beatings for the protesters in “Occupy Wall Street.” What I don’t understand is, if the Bill of Rights claims we have freedom of speech then why are we being arrested and beaten down for simply sharing our opinions?? Also, we can spend millions, even billions, of dollars to fund a war but we can’t spend even the slightest bit of that to house the homeless or feed the poor?! The government is taking taxes from the poor and giving it to the rich! The poor are already in debt, their houses are being foreclosed, they’re losing their jobs!! While the rich are living in luxury, the poor are SUFFERING! WE NEED CHANGE! 
What ever happened to everyone being equal?
I AM the 99%
occupywallst.org

wearethe99percent:

I’m only 15 years old. Sometimes my family can’t afford to buy groceries when we need to. I haven’t been to the doctor in three years because we can’t afford it. I have all symptoms of having diabetes and get scared that I might go into a diabetic coma if I have it. My mom works for the school board and my step dad builds homes. I’ve been seeing and hearing about all these arrests and brutal beatings for the protesters in “Occupy Wall Street.” What I don’t understand is, if the Bill of Rights claims we have freedom of speech then why are we being arrested and beaten down for simply sharing our opinions?? Also, we can spend millions, even billions, of dollars to fund a war but we can’t spend even the slightest bit of that to house the homeless or feed the poor?! The government is taking taxes from the poor and giving it to the rich! The poor are already in debt, their houses are being foreclosed, they’re losing their jobs!! While the rich are living in luxury, the poor are SUFFERING! WE NEED CHANGE!

What ever happened to everyone being equal?

I AM the 99%

occupywallst.org

Apr 24

"Hey, i’mma leave this cologne out for the animals. Help a brother get some pussy in the matin’ seasons."

Apr 24
oh-so-coco:

NEW YORK, NY.Through my new friends at tumblr headquarters I’ve recently come in contact with a very talented young photographer named Jamie. She and her fiance create these beautiful images that are more than a photo, but not quite a video. NOTE *Of course the technology to create GIFs has been around for decades but I believe its potential for both expression and impact within the fashion world has yet to be fully explored. Let me put it this way - film has been around for a century, does that mean that we’ve exhausted the possibilities? I for one am super excited to see how Jamie and others use multimedia within fashion in years to come.

oh-so-coco:

NEW YORK, NY.

Through my new friends at tumblr headquarters I’ve recently come in contact with a very talented young photographer named Jamie. She and her fiance create these beautiful images that are more than a photo, but not quite a video.

NOTE *Of course the technology to create GIFs has been around for decades but I believe its potential for both expression and impact within the fashion world has yet to be fully explored. Let me put it this way - film has been around for a century, does that mean that we’ve exhausted the possibilities? I for one am super excited to see how Jamie and others use multimedia within fashion in years to come.