The comma in the middle delineates the two songs which are actually one song. Kendrick Lamar has created something GREAT at the age of 25. Ya bish. The 2nd verse in this song, in particular, is better than whole movies. It paralyzes pop culture; stopped dead in its tracks: Rhi-Rhi’s twitter timeline, Biebs birthday, Selena’s “adult turn”, LiLo meltdowns.
25 and aiming for posterity. Sing about him.
I like this guy (don’t). He’s like “Is that you wind?”
Midnight on @funnyordie dot com,
Bill Cosby Bukowski presents the all-new jPhone!
From your friends at Jell-0.
Cryogenic Zero Mostel, DUH.
This is my favorite YouTube compilation of Michael Jordan highlights — “The Artistry of Michael Jordan Part 1”. The perfect way to waste 10 minutes on a lazy Sunday afternoon, watching the prettiest MJ highlight after highlight, scored by pan-Asian bamboo flute music.
Toni Morrison Takes White Supremacy To Task
Few intellectuals have waged a public battle against white supremacy and patriarchy like Toni Morrison. Morrison has both examined and challenged systems of domination throughout her intellectual life. With her novels, essays, and interviews she has taken critical looks at the interlocking systems of race and gender oppression. In this interview she is asked by PBS’s Charlie Rose what it is like for her to encounter racism. In true Morrison fashion she turns the question on its head, and places the onus for explaining racism back into the hands of White people. She asks Rose what he thinks of racism, why do Whites hold onto, and what are they going to do about it ending it. She rejects the notion that racism is simply something that Black people must grapple with, insisting, demanding, that White people also grapple with it. Fearless. Brilliant. Powerful.
will reblog until the end times
“If you can only be tall because someone else is on thier knees, then you have serious problem. And white people have a very, very serious problem.” - Toni Morrison