Sophisticated Ignorance

Sophisticated Ignorance


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the-goddamazon:

thetarrpit:

demonweasel:

thejunkle:

themightyrarebreed:

mmue11er:

Super selfies

Selfies. Selfies everywhere

Not even gonna lie, that Damian one had me tearin up.

Superman’s like “Oh my God, Lex just liked my selfie. What a creep! Is that Captain Cold over there? Yeah, the guy with no sleeves on. That’s so RATCHET! How did he even get in here? Nobody wears parkas anymore.”

LOVE THESE

But was the shark necessary, Aquaman?

Yes the shark was necessary

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the-goddamazon:

nokiabae:

"WHITEWASH" a Documentary On The Black Experience In Surfing

Whitewash explores the African-American experience and race in surfing. It touches on some pertinent issues about how the history of surfing was detached from it’s indigenous Hawaiian origins and largely regarded as having it’s founding or “discovery” with European settlers. It also focuses on the issues of segregation and racism at beaches in California and of how the belief that “black people can’t swim” was passed down from generation to generation. 

I’m so glad this documentary exists. There is also great evidence of sea culture in West Africa which after the slave trade forced the people to move inland. Surfing has never been a white-trait. 

Hawaiian natives invented it and white folks co-opted it for themselves.
Now the face of surfing are bleach-blonde white people who say ‘dude’ a lot.

the-goddamazon:

nokiabae:

"WHITEWASH" a Documentary On The Black Experience In Surfing

Whitewash explores the African-American experience and race in surfing. It touches on some pertinent issues about how the history of surfing was detached from it’s indigenous Hawaiian origins and largely regarded as having it’s founding or “discovery” with European settlers. It also focuses on the issues of segregation and racism at beaches in California and of how the belief that “black people can’t swim” was passed down from generation to generation. 

I’m so glad this documentary exists. There is also great evidence of sea culture in West Africa which after the slave trade forced the people to move inland. Surfing has never been a white-trait. 

Hawaiian natives invented it and white folks co-opted it for themselves.

Now the face of surfing are bleach-blonde white people who say ‘dude’ a lot.

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davejaded:

spacethefinalfuck:

lohanofficial:

this is how americans celebrate 4th of july in london 

THATS NOT EVEN REAL TEA YOU UNGRATEFUL YANK
-sound of bumbling angry british persons in the distance-

Like you would know what real tea is, you stole it from the Asians




Dead

punwhileyoustillcan:

davejaded:

spacethefinalfuck:

lohanofficial:

this is how americans celebrate 4th of july in london 

THATS NOT EVEN REAL TEA YOU UNGRATEFUL YANK

-sound of bumbling angry british persons in the distance-

Like you would know what real tea is, you stole it from the Asians

Dead

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kushandwizdom:

Everything Love

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thisisjefficus:

THIS IS SO HELPFUL

thisisjefficus:

THIS IS SO HELPFUL

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Shoutout to them dudes <6’

With the big pretty dicks
Blessed be

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preciselynice:

I still prefer to be behind the camera! I ❤️ 📷

She so purty

preciselynice:

I still prefer to be behind the camera! I ❤️ 📷

She so purty

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"When God says no, it can be heartbreaking, suffocating and something that will cause you to examine your entire life. But it is also for a greater good, a good that has not been seen by our eyes, a good that has not been touched by our hands, a good that will ultimately bring glory to Christ and a good that will ultimately bring about restoration to ourselves. For now, it’s okay to mourn and cry out; Christ understands the pain of rejection more than anyone in all of existence."

T.B. LaBerge // Jesus, His Grace and the Gospel (via tblaberge)

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psych2go:

For more posts like these, go visit psych2go

Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

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luvvdivine:

All the welps that ever welped in welpchester. I’ll be over here sipping Welp Gray tea. 

luvvdivine:

All the welps that ever welped in welpchester. I’ll be over here sipping Welp Gray tea. 

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Dear Black Men

beautiful-ambition:

Don’t be scared to be held by your woman. It doesn’t make you look weak. We all need to be supported and cared for at some point. Don’t be ashamed to feel safe and secure wrapped in her arms, with your head on her breast.

Lovingly,
Black woman

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hellagayeveryday:

Falling for women is easy. Their entire physique is captivating, their hair, tender hands, beautiful smiles; the sound of soft voices, sometimes raspy in the morning, but often calm and sweet. The idea of soft lips against your own, and a kind touch upon your skin sending goosebumps across every inch of your body. Women are like magic.

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