streetetiquette: “Gold’s father is dirt, yet it regards itself as noble”
streetetiquette: “The difference between school and life? In school, you’re taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson.” - Tom Bodett
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codysmoldt: Ten Ideas for My Unreleased Album’s Cover Art 01. My head photoshopped on Fidel Castro’s head in the famous photo of his meeting with Malcolm X at the Theresa Hotel in Harlem. 02. A photograph of me in the kitchen smiling and holding a skillet. On the counter next to me is a plate of eggs and…
A moment of holiday spirit in the air, and reminding a native like myself that NYC is not a bunch of snobby assholes 24/7: Sat on the train going into the city from Queens and was watching a young white boy offer directions to a middle aged black woman. This was followed by a musician with an accordion playing Christmas songs and his wife and baby collecting donations. The two both gave them a...
If your experience is that your water comes from the tap and that your food...– Derrick Jensen (via cultureofresistance) truth (via manilaryce)
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nehrujackets: Someone once referred to being Indian as my “schtick”. People who refer to the things people rap about as “schticks” don’t know how being “real” or rap works. I rap about pop culture and food because I was raised by my tv and I’m fat. Indian parents show their love in the kitchen. I rap about being Indian because I didn’t talk to anyone else until I was 16.
scoutshonorco: In other exciting news, the holiday home page is up. Posted by AB
Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your words. Keep your...– - Gandhi Life is a process. Recognize good process design. (via bmdesign)
mlibths: Today, I went to the doctor’s for a vaccine. As I was making faces and clenching my mom’s hand, the doctor said, “Wow and you want to go to med school.” and asked where I go to school. I said, “Brooklyn Tech” and he responded with, “Oh my gosh, I went to Tech! Class of ‘78 and still alive.” MLIBTHS you can’t escape tech.
In China, the sexist term “leftover woman,” sheng nu, is widely used to describe...– China’s “Leftover” Women : Ms Magazine Blog (via npr) ironic.