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midsnacker:

Left 4 Propane 

midsnacker:

Left 4 Propane 

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I had once believed that we were all masters of our fate-that we could mould our lives into any form we pleased…I had overcome deafness and blindness sufficiently to be happy,and I suppose that anyone could come out victorious if he threw himself into life’s struggle. But as I went more and more about the country I learned that I had spoken with assurance on a subject I knew little about. I forgot that I owed my success partly to the advanteges of my birth environment…Now, however, I learned the power to rise in this world is not within the reach of everyone.

Hellen Keller talking about checkin your privilege and classism (via androphilia)

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Dude the gamecube sucked

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nagi-hime:

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the team who wins will be exempt from the first round of shootings in the face.

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darylwatsontattoo:

Done this today, thank you Dianne! If you’d like a tattoo just email Daryl.c.watson@hotmail.com

darylwatsontattoo:

Done this today, thank you Dianne! If you’d like a tattoo just email Daryl.c.watson@hotmail.com

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I have been astonished by hearing individuals who inherited wealth in childhood warn against sharing resources because people needing help should work for money in order to appreciate its value. Inherited wealth and/or substantial material resources are rarely talked about in the mass media because those who receive it do not wish to validate the idea that money received that is not a reward for hard work is beneficial. Their acceptance and use of this money to strengthen their economic self-sufficiency exposes the reality that working hard is rarely the means by which enough of us can gain enough access to material resources to become wealthy. One of the ironies of the culture of greed is that the people who profit the most from earnings they have not worked to attain are the most eager to insist that the poor and working classes can only value material resources attained through hard work. Of course, they are merely establishing a belief system that protects their class interests and lessens their accountability to those who are without privilege.

bell hooks in All About Love: New Visions (via ethiopienne)

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manufactoriel:

Cuba 1993, René Burri

manufactoriel:

Cuba 1993, René Burri

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