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youngblackandvegan:

white people say “it’s my opinion” as if it erases the bigotry from their hateful words

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youngblackandvegan:

bellecosby:

whoa-bruh:

bellecosby:

My goal in life is to make a nigga feel the way Terrance Howard was feeling when Beyonce was giving him a lap dance 

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SAME.

NEW GOAL

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I’M TRYNA HAVE A NIGGA QUESTIONING HIS WHOLE LIFE EXISTENCE LIKE NICKI HAD DRAKE AFTER SHE GAVE HIM A LAPDANCE 

^^^^ i’m sayin tho

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  • are2dtoothe marijuana in his system could have affected his reaction time, meaning that if the officer told him to turn around & he took too long to do so, the cop could have gotten impatient & shot him
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    I want you to think about what you just said.

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    goldnosering:

    this is the worst thing I’ve ever read

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in3ffable-lib3rty:

IMPORTANT FERGUSON UPDATE - WATCH THIS VIDEO BEFORE YOUTUBE TAKES IT DOWN

CNN REPORTER Fredricka Whitfield interviews the Store Owner’s Lawyer (from the store that was “”“”“”“robbed”“”“”“”“”“”” by “”“”“”“”“”mike brown”“”“”“”“”“)

As the lawyer begins to explain what really happened, cnn “”“”“loses the feed”“”“”“

WOW

that fucking tape rewinding sound this shit is sooooooo staged

oh my god thats the worst fake signal interruption ive ever seen

LMAO!! how do u have a tape rewinding sound on a digital feed? bwahahahahahaa they think we that stupid lol there hasnt been a tape in cnn since 1996

ohhh my god thats so fake that is fucking blatant

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I need Norton Anthology of African American literature 3rd edition

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And that’s the problem: A generation of romantic comedies rewarding men for diligently pursuing a woman until she caves has normalized a behavior that has direct and unwelcome corollaries in real life. In an era when we’re having open conversations about representation and sensitivity in comedy, the shtick of a guy who won’t take no for an answer has lost any charm it once held. It’s become either a romantic signpost to set up a long-term romantic dynamic (which it shouldn’t), or it’s shorthand to denote a clueless creep while rarely taking him to task for it.

But that’s too easy. Boyle isn’t just a for-laughs lech in the early-seasons Big Bang Theory Howard Wolowitz mold. Boyle’s meant to be as rounded a character as any of the main cast, and is presented with a suitably sympathetic eye, despite having more than one Nice Guy tendency. He assembles a complicated toy for Terry’s twin girls; he offers unconditional friendship to Jake. Brooklyn Nine-Nine has, in Boyle, a fantastic example of an essentially well-meaning guy whose behavior is still unacceptable—not a two-dimensional creep on the fringes, but someone integrated into the group who still needs to be reminded not to make his feelings someone else’s problem. (After Rosa told him not to listen to a psychic’s portents of doom, Boyle tells Gina: “Rosa said it herself—I’m in charge of my own destiny. That means she wants me to make a move.”) That the show waited until he was in another relationship to acknowledge he’d been a creeper is a sidestep of a bigger issue, and evidence Boyle has a lot more amends to make. A more recent episode, “Fancy Brugdom,” has offered hints that Boyle’s increasingly aware of the shortcomings in his character. There’s still time in the season to course-correct on this; here’s hoping the show knows it still needs to.

Genevieve Valentine, “The Full Boyle: Guys who don’t hear “no” just aren’t funny anymore.” [x] (via margotkim)
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