Aug 20, 2014   4 Notes.

go-britterstitters:

The comments on the Anaconda video are disgusting,utterly vulgar, and ignorant. Goodbye.

Aug 20, 2014   245 Notes.

Anaconda (2014) 

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Aug 20, 2014   6 Notes.

ronaristimuno:

Twerk

Aug 20, 2014   7 Notes.

dirrty-pop:

Anaconda / Nicki Minaj / The Pinkprint / 2014

Nicki Minaj’s Archive / Archivo de Nicki Minaj

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Aug 20, 2014   5 Notes.

originallemons:

Laughing

originallemons:

Laughing

Aug 20, 2014   5 Notes.

kurlyymuffin:

cto: sexminaj on IG

kurlyymuffin:

cto: sexminaj on IG

Aug 20, 2014   72 Notes.

poopsapiens:

I had the opportunity to view ~30 minutes of the lovely documentary film Tejiendo Sabiduría (We Women Warriors) today.  You can find the trailer here on Vimeo.  Below is a brief description of the film from wewomenwarriors.com:
"In Colombia’s war-torn indigenous villages, three brave women from distinct tribes use nonviolent resistance to defend their peoples’ survival. Warfare between the guerrillas, paramilitary groups, and armed forces imperils Colombia’s 102 aboriginal groups, dozens of which face extinction because of the conflict. Trapped in a protracted predicament that is fueled by the drug trade, native women are resourcefully leading and creating transformation imbued with hope. We Women Warriors bears witness to neglected human rights catastrophes and interweaves character-driven stories about female empowerment, unshakable courage, and faith in the endurance of indigenous culture.”
Portions of the film were presented during a wonderful talk given by Dr. Diana Rodríguez Quevedo of the University of Evansville.  Dr. Quevedo spoke about the continuing conflict in her native Colombia, and the pervasive violence many indigenous peoples face.  A brief Q&A session was also held after Dr. Quevedo’s talk, and it was immensely enlightening.I’d like to pass along Dr. Quevedo’s urgings to contact your government representatives (particularly those of you in the United States, as the United States is one of the primary sources of funding in the Colombian conflict), and urge them to back peaceful measures of support.  Health and educational resources are much needed. 
Hopefully I’m able to find the time later to write a text post about how great the talk and Q&A were!  So many amazing topics were covered during the session that my mind is still a bit of a blur, trying to take all of it in and process it.  After the Q&A when I was speaking with Dr. Quevedo, she even showed me the handmade Colombian bag her mother had purchased for her as a graduation gift and it was breathtaking.  I wish I had an image of it, but truly that wouldn’t even begin to do it justice.
For now, I wanted to make sure that I at least passed on the info about Tejiendo Sabiduría (We Women Warriors).  I think a lot of you would really dig the doc.

poopsapiens:

I had the opportunity to view ~30 minutes of the lovely documentary film Tejiendo Sabiduría (We Women Warriors) today.  You can find the trailer here on Vimeo.  Below is a brief description of the film from wewomenwarriors.com:

"In Colombia’s war-torn indigenous villages, three brave women from distinct tribes use nonviolent resistance to defend their peoples’ survival. Warfare between the guerrillas, paramilitary groups, and armed forces imperils Colombia’s 102 aboriginal groups, dozens of which face extinction because of the conflict. Trapped in a protracted predicament that is fueled by the drug trade, native women are resourcefully leading and creating transformation imbued with hope. We Women Warriors bears witness to neglected human rights catastrophes and interweaves character-driven stories about female empowerment, unshakable courage, and faith in the endurance of indigenous culture.”

Portions of the film were presented during a wonderful talk given by Dr. Diana Rodríguez Quevedo of the University of Evansville.  Dr. Quevedo spoke about the continuing conflict in her native Colombia, and the pervasive violence many indigenous peoples face.  A brief Q&A session was also held after Dr. Quevedo’s talk, and it was immensely enlightening.

I’d like to pass along Dr. Quevedo’s urgings to contact your government representatives (particularly those of you in the United States, as the United States is one of the primary sources of funding in the Colombian conflict), and urge them to back peaceful measures of support.  Health and educational resources are much needed. 

Hopefully I’m able to find the time later to write a text post about how great the talk and Q&A were!  So many amazing topics were covered during the session that my mind is still a bit of a blur, trying to take all of it in and process it.  After the Q&A when I was speaking with Dr. Quevedo, she even showed me the handmade Colombian bag her mother had purchased for her as a graduation gift and it was breathtaking.  I wish I had an image of it, but truly that wouldn’t even begin to do it justice.

For now, I wanted to make sure that I at least passed on the info about Tejiendo Sabiduría (We Women Warriors).  I think a lot of you would really dig the doc.

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Aug 20, 2014   113 Notes.

cultureofresistance:

momo33me:

look what israeli terrorists get away with. Israel arrested him on his way back from job interviews. He was then imprisoned without charge, he was placed in a dark hole for 28 days. He was injected with a substance which caused him great to become paralyzed and mute. They imprisoned him because they said he is a member of Hamas. His father said he is not a member of any organization. please watch this video.

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Aug 20, 2014   5337 Notes.

omocat:

you think THAT can hurt ME???

omocat:

you think THAT can hurt ME???

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Aug 20, 2014   2470 Notes.

FERGUSON POLICE ARE LIARS, PART 2

gigglesandanixi:

  • First - they said that Darren Wilson was apprehending Mike Brown for a stolen candy bar

  • Second - they said that Darren Wilson was apprehending Mike Brown for a stolen pack of cigars. (Store owner and their lawyer confirmed he didn’t)

  • Third - They said that…
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