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posttragicmulatto:

champagne-paradise:

chocolatecakesandthickmilkshakes:

shoddyshit:

afrohoney:

A mix of nature to create beautiful afrocentric street art

2real

Yes to all but panel number one is my fave

Wow!!!

this is how you do street art.

The first one is adorable.

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kateordie:

I hope the makers of this are ready to be millionaires

Like there has to be an excuse!

(Source: kashimiru)

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I don’t know which is funnier, the cation or the baby’s expression.

I don’t know which is funnier, the cation or the baby’s expression.

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

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vintageblackglamour:

General Colin L. Powell proves the old adage “Nothing is new” is very true! He shared this 60 year old photo of himself on his official Facebook page with this caption: “Throwback Thursday - I was doing selfies 60 years before you Facebook folks. Eat your heart out Ellen! The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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humansofnewyork:

"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?"
"I’d tell them the same thing I’d tell one person. That if you understand failure, you won’t be afraid of it anymore. Failure isn’t diving on your face, or hitting rock bottom. That’s just being human. You only fail when you decide to not try again. So it’s entirely in your control. Once you understand failure, it’s impossible to fail."

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Each resident will be given a private sleeper car, equipped with a desk, a bed and a window to watch the American countryside roll by for inspiration. Routes will be determined based on availability.

So Amtrak actually did it; they created a writer residency program. Fans of writing inside a moving vehicle for thousands of miles, this program is for you. (via shortformblog)

adequateantics this is all you

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vintageblackglamour:

Billy Dee Williams arrives at the Academy Awards on March 28, 1973. Mr. Williams, a presenter that night, appeared as Louis McKay in “Lady Sings the Blues” which was nominated for five Oscars. Photo: Corbis.

Watching “Lady Sings the Blues now!”

vintageblackglamour:

Billy Dee Williams arrives at the Academy Awards on March 28, 1973. Mr. Williams, a presenter that night, appeared as Louis McKay in “Lady Sings the Blues” which was nominated for five Oscars. Photo: Corbis.

Watching “Lady Sings the Blues now!”

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