General Briefing

Jul 29

evilsoutherngentleman:

comicshans:

supervillan skeleton

oh my fucking GOD THIS IS GENIUS

evilsoutherngentleman:

comicshans:

supervillan skeleton

oh my fucking GOD THIS IS GENIUS

(via blacksupervillain)

sir-afropunk:

kwamejaw:

vidalamama:

linrenzo:

This is important

And the white guy is stealing her purse.

symbolic

Exactly how America is.The white man you can’t see stealing from everyone while racist white people have their eyes on people of color. So blinded.

sir-afropunk:

kwamejaw:

vidalamama:

linrenzo:

This is important

And the white guy is stealing her purse.

symbolic

Exactly how America is.
The white man you can’t see stealing from everyone while racist white people have their eyes on people of color. So blinded.

(Source: aaronmichaelrice, via reverseracism)

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frihk:

This could be us but you playin

frihk:

This could be us but you playin

(via gallifreyglo)

tastefullyoffensive:

Yer a hazard, Harry! [ferribitch]

tastefullyoffensive:

Yer a hazard, Harry! [ferribitch]

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anniephantom:

bethedoitsu:

illustry1120:

Rick Astley will let you borrow any movie from his Pixar collection except one.

image

He’s never gonna give you Up.

Get out.

there are only a few things that i reblog always

(via la-negra-barbuda)

(Source: cagle.com, via aka14kgold)

coinfarts:

Shit

coinfarts:

Shit

(Source: crocroach, via afrometaphysics)

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(via scifigamingmom)

(Source: beyoncepussylips, via afrometaphysics)

Jul 28

“I feel personally sorrowful about black-white relations a lot of the time because black people have always been used as a buffer in this country between powers to prevent class war, to prevent other kinds of real conflagrations.
If there were no black people here in this country, it would have been Balkanized. The immigrants would have torn each other’s throats out, as they have done everywhere else. But in becoming an American, from Europe, what one has in common with that other immigrant is contempt for me — it’s nothing else but color. Wherever they were from, they would stand together. They could all say, ”I am not that.” So in that sense, becoming an American is based on an attitude: an exclusion of me.
It wasn’t negative to them — it was unifying. When they got off the boat, the second word they learned was ”nigger.” Ask them — I grew up with them. I remember in the fifth grade a smart little boy who had just arrived and didn’t speak any English. He sat next to me. I read well, and I taught him to read just by doing it. I remember the moment he found out that I was black — a nigger. It took him six months; he was told. And that’s the moment when he belonged, that was his entrance. Every immigrant knew he would not come as the very bottom. He had to come above at least one group — and that was us.” — Toni Morrison, on bridging the abyss between sexes, classes, and races. (via howtobeterrell)

(via theblackcommunist)

tastefullyoffensive:

"You forgot to pick me up from practice!" [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

"You forgot to pick me up from practice!" [x]

(via lulz-time)

(Source: thesunatmidnight2, via howtobeterrell)