"aesthetic" is a very good word, important word. "i love the fifties." no you don’t the fifties kinda TOTALLY SUCKED for many human beings in America. "i love fifties aesthetic" well then, awesome. go you with your bright blocks of color and cute skirts and mini jackets and hair poufs.
This is what happens when you synchronize camera’s shutter speed with a helicopter’s blade frequency
that’s not okay
THE ACCURACY IS OVERWHELMING.
It’s scary how people overlook that most critiques of Obama begins with his non-native background (like that’s something Americans can really complain about) and yet people reject the position that he’s faced so much opposition because of his race.
Literally more than half the people who reblogged this don’t know it’s from Elsword. Incredible
someone who hasn’t read sdr2, explain this picture
Neon Pantsuit checked into a love hotel with Humanstuck!Eridan but when they got to their room they found this 14-year-old boy pretending to be a 1920s mobster and stealing that over-sized upside-down alarm clock. So Pantsuit is calling him out on stealing their clock while Eridan blocks the exit so he can’t escape.
- Abraham Lincoln never fought vampires or zombies
- Adolph Hitler was not machine gunned to death in a movie theater in Paris
- Marty McFly did not invent Rock and Roll
- Richard Nixon never dispatched Dr. Manhattan to end the Vietnam War
You never complained about these changes to history, so shut the fuck up about a black man playing a fictional spy, you idiotic, racist pricks.
After all, if generous aid to the poor perpetuates poverty, the United States — which treats its poor far more harshly than other rich countries, and induces them to work much longer hours — should lead the West in social mobility, in the fraction of those born poor who work their way up the scale. In fact, it’s just the opposite: America has less social mobility than most other advanced countries.
And there’s no puzzle why: it’s hard for young people to get ahead when they suffer from poor nutrition, inadequate medical care, and lack of access to good education. The antipoverty programs that we have actually do a lot to help people rise. For example, Americans who received early access to food stamps were healthier and more productive in later life than those who didn’t. But we don’t do enough along these lines. The reason so many Americans remain trapped in poverty isn’t that the government helps them too much; it’s that it helps them too little.
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