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Panda Lake, China // G. Chen

here in my dreams….

touchdisky:

Panda Lake, China // G. Chen

here in my dreams….

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Fashion Bomb Daily - Bombshell of the Day, Lizzy from Texas

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Your obesity war is not my war

You may be versus me, but I am not versus you.

Harrison Mumia + Kenyan Atheists, making my day.

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The ‘obesity’ crusade is actually an extended child ‘obesity’ campaign

On the pretext of preventing or delay weight when the body is more responsive, i.e. when you can control a being completely; mind,body and spirit. You can direct chubby/fat slim and thin children into their respective weight roles.

In the ‘obesity’ construct fat people are never really permitted to grow up.

That weird tone everyone adopts when talking at fat people, specifically about fatness. It’s reminiscent of that babified tone some patronize older people with and has the attitude of instructing a child on the ways of the world.

Very much the- do as I say, not as I do-variety.

The talking to you as if you’re brand new around here and need to be told how things work-by those who know.

Once you catch this tone, you can never not hear it and its everywhere, virtually all the time.

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b4-16:

Left: The Adoration of the Magi.Hugo van der Goes. Netherlandish. Late 15th century. Right: Wiz Khalifa

Contemporary Art Week!
The description for this blog reads, “Highlighting an invisible conversation between hip hop and art before the 16th century.”
It’s definitely an interesting visual project.

medievalpoc:

b4-16:

Left: The Adoration of the Magi.Hugo van der Goes. Netherlandish. Late 15th century. Right: Wiz Khalifa

Contemporary Art Week!

The description for this blog reads, “Highlighting an invisible conversation between hip hop and art before the 16th century.”

It’s definitely an interesting visual project.

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coutois:

nappynisha:

Monday was one of the best days that I’ve had in a while.

Your fro is waayyyy poppin

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