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23rd September 2014

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Jun Togawa

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Jun Togawa

23rd September 2014

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23rd September 2014

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23rd September 2014

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Monami Frost for The Hundreds

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Tagged: wowjesus CHRIST

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23rd September 2014

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The tumblr app sure does use a lot of data for something that doesn’t load pictures

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23rd September 2014

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janetmock:

Frankly, the mischaracterization of the glorious Mrs. Huxtable as “benign” and “reassuring” turned me into an angry black woman. One of Clair’s most admirable qualities — something I took notice as a child growing up in the early ’90s — was that she never bit her tongue. Her ability to express her frustration with the world and slay anyone in an argument, including her husband, her children and any person who disagreed with her views of the world, was aspirational. And seeing this vocal and sharp portrayal of a black woman and TV mother on primetime was revolutionary.
—from my latest essay, In Defense of Clair Huxtable & the Angry Black Woman In TV & Beyond

janetmock:

Frankly, the mischaracterization of the glorious Mrs. Huxtable as “benign” and “reassuring” turned me into an angry black woman. One of Clair’s most admirable qualities — something I took notice as a child growing up in the early ’90s — was that she never bit her tongue. Her ability to express her frustration with the world and slay anyone in an argument, including her husband, her children and any person who disagreed with her views of the world, was aspirational. And seeing this vocal and sharp portrayal of a black woman and TV mother on primetime was revolutionary.

—from my latest essay, In Defense of Clair Huxtable & the Angry Black Woman In TV & Beyond

23rd September 2014

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austinpitylimits:

austinpitylimits:

Try and tell me this isn’t beautiful, BROTHER!

Please listen to this and be enlightened, my BROOOOOTHERS!!

Still amazing. RIP Ultimate Warrior, you beautiful man.

yyyy sky dome

*salutes while crying*

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23rd September 2014

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23rd September 2014

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kumamonfan:

kumamon: 3 years old

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kumamon: 3 years old

22nd September 2014

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suicidewatch:

Destroy All Monsters “Anybody Can Fuck Her”