Getting prints ready for Comikaze!
I’ll be at table AA532 :)
Idris Elba by Anthony Mandler for GQ Magazine, June 2012
#emmanuellekunt and i have been talking talking about the idea of stacker#back in the mark i glory days being REALLY RATHER VAIN#BECAUSE WOULDN’T YOU BE#and how much shit tamsin gives him for it in the best loving found family way#when this editorial comes out june 2014 or so#you just imagine that for a WEEK tamsin refuses to call him by his actual name#and just calls him gq motherfucker#years later when they are doing investigation on which jaeger to bring back#mako has a wild idea about how it might be cheapest to bring out one of the old mark i#’s but with proper shielding because liquid synapse panels degenerate like a mofo in salt air#and when she looks into the old maint logs for tango (half out of practicality#half because she is missing sensei badly and he is all the way in nyc begging funds)#she sees the old maintenance comments from tamsin as the 01#saying all clear and operational and ends each comment with#gqmf agrees (tags via quigonejinn)
RIP Mike Brown. His momma said she didn’t want anymore pics of him laying dead on the street so she shared pics of him as she knew him. This is one…And I swear if it’s the last thing I do on this bloody website we are gunna make sure this doesn’t get forgotten. If we can’t get justice we’ll get change. The event in ferguson show that things have to fucking change
Hey girls what day is it today? Oh right, Wednesday! #humpday
If you claim to be an activist and say “it’s not my job to educate you” then you’re a pretty terrible activist. the point of activism is to advocate for your cause, spread information and try to get people to understand your goals. If you refuse to even help people understand, then you’re a pretty terrible activist and will probably turn people off of your cause.
Not everyone you meet who is marginalized is an activist. Like everyone else, marginalized people would like to live first, and take care of themselves first, because otherwise how else can they do anything?
Even if the person is an activist, activists need downtime, as well, because they’re people. What, an activist is supposed to be on the clock 24 × 7 or else they’re a terrible activist? You can’t tell me that’s right. Activists aren’t there to serve you. Are activists measured by customer satisfaction now?
Is that what your education has become, the consumption of a product, proffered by ever-smiling, ever-patient, ever-understanding subalterns who can tailor the message they’re supposed to give to your comfort, to give you enough space to grow and yet not alienate you?
Or else what? You won’t do anything about it? You’ll continue being complicit? You’ll continue abusing people? You’ll continue being silent? You’ll continue blaming the victim? You’ll continue perpetuating injustice?
You can see how this is problematic?
You can’t? Well, it’s not my job to provide you with the empathy to understand the internal workings of another person. You should have picked up that shit when you were a toddler, and if you didn’t, I don’t know what else I can do for you.
Also, there are a lot of ways to be an activist. Not everybody is good at doing education, and even more important, not everybody wants to do education. When we’re doing activism in other ways, stopping to educate your sorry ass takes away from the time and energy we have to do whatever it is we’re actually working on. Sometimes, we may choose to educate people, but unless we have chosen to do it professionally and are currently acting in that capacity, it is not our fucking job. For any kind of activism you care to name, there are a ton of educational resources out there, created by people who are choosing to educate. Take charge of your own education. If you want to know something, go look it up. If you’re having trouble finding it, then maybe ask an activist — humbly and politely, knowing that they will be doing you a favor, taking time out of their day to do this — if they have some links they recommend, since you’re having trouble finding information. But it’s not our job.
in the words of nicki herself “50K for a verse, no album out. yeah, my money’s so tall that my barbie’s gotta climb it”…not so cheap imo. maybe they’re just jealous.
they were trying to understand anaconda bc they didn’t know how it’s supposed to be empowering and that they thought it was just a bunch of sex objects dancing around.
"don’t lump all cops together"
i will do what i want
i spent years disliking benedict cumberbatch thanks to this website
just unfollowed someone who called nicki minaj a “cheap whore”
no thanks dude
*me getting paid*
fuck yeah hell yeah ben franklin is my blood brother tell me how my ass taste donald trump
*me paying for something*
The essential condition for the existence, and for the sway of the bourgeois class, is the formation and augmentation of capital; the condition for capital is wage-labor. Wage-labor rests exclusively on competition between the laborers. The advance of industry, whose involuntary promoter is the bourgeoisie, replaces the isolation of the laborers, due to competition, by their revolutionary combination, due to association. The development of modern industry, therefore, cuts from under its feet the very foundation on which the bourgeoisie produces and appropriates products. What the bourgeoisie therefore produces, above all, are its own grave diggers. Its fall and the victory of the proletariat are equally inevitable.