(Source: dopefreshtunes, via thesoftghetto)

thepeoplesrecord:

rafi-dangelo:

Bill Maher getting his ass handed to him on Islam is making the rounds again today. (x)

The whole exchange is part of a larger segment about Benghazi from May of last year, but The Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald from really lays it out in black and white.  Given the situation in Gaza, I can see why this clip has had a boost in popularity.

Glenn:  Lots of religions — not just Islam — produce violence.

Bill: That’s a silly, liberal view that all religions are alike because it makes you feel good.

Glenn:  No it makes you feel good to say our side is better because those people over there are —

Bill:  No it makes you feel good to put a crown on your head and say, “I’m a good person.  How do I prove that — “

Glenn:  You get to ignore the responsibility that your own government has for the violence and instability in the world by saying, “Look.  It’s that primitive religion over there that’s to blame.”

This tea is just so flavorful and full of truth.

This clip never gets old. 

(via disciplesofmalcolm)

nonafaustine:

Betye Saar, Black Girl’s Window, 1969

nonafaustine:

Betye Saar, Black Girl’s Window, 1969

stunningpicture:

New photo from Gaza today looks like actual hell on earth

stunningpicture:

New photo from Gaza today looks like actual hell on earth

(via fuks)

lovelykeba:

cumheregyal:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

dmx on a sling shot ride lmao im donee

I am DMX on all rides

😂😭😂😭 he said hurry up before I Change my mind!!! Lls then he said g’s up I ain’t never scared!!! Lol

(via brotherkahlil)

cosplayingwhileblack:

Character: Batwing 2.0
Series: DC comics New 52
SUBMISSION

cosplayingwhileblack:

Character: Batwing 2.0

Series: DC comics New 52

SUBMISSION

fattonyrap:

#tbt 2009 reppin The Dirty 3rd at a Houston Press Music Awards party #3rdWard

fattonyrap:

#tbt 2009 reppin The Dirty 3rd at a Houston Press Music Awards party #3rdWard

spookypuke:

tru

spookypuke:

tru

(Source: bruises-and-braces, via fleshtemple)

sciencefictiongallery:

Ed Emshwiller - I Want the Stars, 1964.

sciencefictiongallery:

Ed Emshwiller - I Want the Stars, 1964.

cargospace:

The Houston contingent of The Cargo Space at the Poor Farm. Rahul Mitra (on the right) & David Krueger (on the left) are on site to create new works, most of which will be pulled forward to exhibitions throughout the Midwest.

cargospace:

The Houston contingent of The Cargo Space at the Poor Farm. Rahul Mitra (on the right) & David Krueger (on the left) are on site to create new works, most of which will be pulled forward to exhibitions throughout the Midwest.