C.F.Godwell
A trip thru my frequency, better known as my upper head.

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drinkmasturbatecry:

razzledazzy:

netforce0:

descartes-and-thosecartes:

sensorydeprivationprincess:

turboslime:


Say hello to mechanically separated chicken. It’s what all fast-food chicken is made from—things like chicken nuggets and patties. Also, the processed frozen chicken in the stores is made from it.Basically, the entire chicken is smashed and pressed through a sieve—bones, eyes, guts, and all. it comes out looking like this.There’s more: because it’s crawling with bacteria, it will be washed with ammonia, soaked in it, actually. Then, because it tastes gross, it will be reflavored artificially. Then, because it is weirdly pink, it will be dyed with artificial color.But, hey, at least it tastes good, right?High five, America!


oh my god

bitch that’s the tubby custard machine


im crying

OMFG THIS POST FINALLY MADE IT TO MY DASHBOARD IM CRYING

"bitch that’s the tubby custard machine"
10,000 years from now on the dawn of a new civilization where we are all just brains in jars flying spaceships through the vast unknowable void, i will still be laughing my ass off at “bitch that’s the tubby custard machine”. this i vow.


The American Death Machine:Our ‘food’ supply.
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shitthesignssay:

"Gemini"


Same here…and Gemini too.
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Ha! This own definitely something that would happen in NYC. Love my town.
Ha! This own definitely something that would happen in NYC. Love my town.
Ha! This own definitely something that would happen in NYC. Love my town.
Ha! This own definitely something that would happen in NYC. Love my town.
Ha! This own definitely something that would happen in NYC. Love my town.
Ha! This own definitely something that would happen in NYC. Love my town.
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Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
Gentleman, master, innovator, fashion designer, adorer of many a woman, maker, Dominican, Puerto Rican, couture idol and inspiration… Oscar De La Renta has made his transition. 

Born in D.R. to a Dominican mom and a Puerto Rican dad, it was in trenches of Spain and France’s fashion world that Oscar developed his style, but it was New York City he made his home. Having adorned some of the most important names in works history, from first ladies to Hollywood stars. Some of the many names range from Jackie O to Nancy Reagan to the Clinton’s to Amal Alamuddin to even once (or three times) being critical about the fashion choices of First Lady Michelle Obama, who went from shunning Oscar for his critiques to wearing one of his most gorgeous pieces. Oscar is not just another designer…he is royalty and should rest, be remembered and mentioned along with some of the luminaries in couture.

R.I.P. to one of the last great ones of the 20th century.
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searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
searchingoceans:

onefitmodel:

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this

what the hell this is freaking incredible

Qow


That shit is beautiful. I need to do these kinds of things.
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jayandrae:

BELIEVE IN BLACK LOVE


ALL DAY!!!!
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lostdoughnut:


The Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are All Stock Photos

Conservatives wanted to remind people that “Republicans Are People Too” with an ad campaign insisting that Republicans recycle and have tattoos.
But as The Daily Banter pointed out, the woman the ad used to prove that “Republicans are black” is actually a very popular stock photo.
Her image is featured on the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys' website and a promotion for a discount on glasses.
And unsurprisingly, TPM found that the other every-man Republicans featured in the ads were also stock photos.


HAHAHA


That is sad and shameful. I would never sell my photograph to these stock photo companies. I am a graphic designer and they legally have the license to sell your image to ANYONE with ANY kind of message.Be careful.
lostdoughnut:


The Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are All Stock Photos

Conservatives wanted to remind people that “Republicans Are People Too” with an ad campaign insisting that Republicans recycle and have tattoos.
But as The Daily Banter pointed out, the woman the ad used to prove that “Republicans are black” is actually a very popular stock photo.
Her image is featured on the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys' website and a promotion for a discount on glasses.
And unsurprisingly, TPM found that the other every-man Republicans featured in the ads were also stock photos.


HAHAHA


That is sad and shameful. I would never sell my photograph to these stock photo companies. I am a graphic designer and they legally have the license to sell your image to ANYONE with ANY kind of message.Be careful.
lostdoughnut:


The Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are All Stock Photos

Conservatives wanted to remind people that “Republicans Are People Too” with an ad campaign insisting that Republicans recycle and have tattoos.
But as The Daily Banter pointed out, the woman the ad used to prove that “Republicans are black” is actually a very popular stock photo.
Her image is featured on the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys' website and a promotion for a discount on glasses.
And unsurprisingly, TPM found that the other every-man Republicans featured in the ads were also stock photos.


HAHAHA


That is sad and shameful. I would never sell my photograph to these stock photo companies. I am a graphic designer and they legally have the license to sell your image to ANYONE with ANY kind of message.Be careful.
lostdoughnut:


The Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are All Stock Photos

Conservatives wanted to remind people that “Republicans Are People Too” with an ad campaign insisting that Republicans recycle and have tattoos.
But as The Daily Banter pointed out, the woman the ad used to prove that “Republicans are black” is actually a very popular stock photo.
Her image is featured on the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys' website and a promotion for a discount on glasses.
And unsurprisingly, TPM found that the other every-man Republicans featured in the ads were also stock photos.


HAHAHA


That is sad and shameful. I would never sell my photograph to these stock photo companies. I am a graphic designer and they legally have the license to sell your image to ANYONE with ANY kind of message.Be careful.
lostdoughnut:


The Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are All Stock Photos

Conservatives wanted to remind people that “Republicans Are People Too” with an ad campaign insisting that Republicans recycle and have tattoos.
But as The Daily Banter pointed out, the woman the ad used to prove that “Republicans are black” is actually a very popular stock photo.
Her image is featured on the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys' website and a promotion for a discount on glasses.
And unsurprisingly, TPM found that the other every-man Republicans featured in the ads were also stock photos.


HAHAHA


That is sad and shameful. I would never sell my photograph to these stock photo companies. I am a graphic designer and they legally have the license to sell your image to ANYONE with ANY kind of message.Be careful.
lostdoughnut:


The Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are All Stock Photos

Conservatives wanted to remind people that “Republicans Are People Too” with an ad campaign insisting that Republicans recycle and have tattoos.
But as The Daily Banter pointed out, the woman the ad used to prove that “Republicans are black” is actually a very popular stock photo.
Her image is featured on the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys' website and a promotion for a discount on glasses.
And unsurprisingly, TPM found that the other every-man Republicans featured in the ads were also stock photos.


HAHAHA


That is sad and shameful. I would never sell my photograph to these stock photo companies. I am a graphic designer and they legally have the license to sell your image to ANYONE with ANY kind of message.Be careful.
lostdoughnut:


The Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are All Stock Photos

Conservatives wanted to remind people that “Republicans Are People Too” with an ad campaign insisting that Republicans recycle and have tattoos.
But as The Daily Banter pointed out, the woman the ad used to prove that “Republicans are black” is actually a very popular stock photo.
Her image is featured on the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys' website and a promotion for a discount on glasses.
And unsurprisingly, TPM found that the other every-man Republicans featured in the ads were also stock photos.


HAHAHA


That is sad and shameful. I would never sell my photograph to these stock photo companies. I am a graphic designer and they legally have the license to sell your image to ANYONE with ANY kind of message.Be careful.
lostdoughnut:


The Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are All Stock Photos

Conservatives wanted to remind people that “Republicans Are People Too” with an ad campaign insisting that Republicans recycle and have tattoos.
But as The Daily Banter pointed out, the woman the ad used to prove that “Republicans are black” is actually a very popular stock photo.
Her image is featured on the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys' website and a promotion for a discount on glasses.
And unsurprisingly, TPM found that the other every-man Republicans featured in the ads were also stock photos.


HAHAHA


That is sad and shameful. I would never sell my photograph to these stock photo companies. I am a graphic designer and they legally have the license to sell your image to ANYONE with ANY kind of message.Be careful.
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alt-and-black:

therightherr:


Dear White People (x)

tomorrow. 

GO SEE IT. MAKE IT WORTH IT. PROVE THEM WRONG AND GO SEE THIS MOVIE.


DEFINITELY going to see this.Not on bootleg, but GOING to pay to see this.
alt-and-black:

therightherr:


Dear White People (x)

tomorrow. 

GO SEE IT. MAKE IT WORTH IT. PROVE THEM WRONG AND GO SEE THIS MOVIE.


DEFINITELY going to see this.Not on bootleg, but GOING to pay to see this.
alt-and-black:

therightherr:


Dear White People (x)

tomorrow. 

GO SEE IT. MAKE IT WORTH IT. PROVE THEM WRONG AND GO SEE THIS MOVIE.


DEFINITELY going to see this.Not on bootleg, but GOING to pay to see this.
alt-and-black:

therightherr:


Dear White People (x)

tomorrow. 

GO SEE IT. MAKE IT WORTH IT. PROVE THEM WRONG AND GO SEE THIS MOVIE.


DEFINITELY going to see this.Not on bootleg, but GOING to pay to see this.
alt-and-black:

therightherr:


Dear White People (x)

tomorrow. 

GO SEE IT. MAKE IT WORTH IT. PROVE THEM WRONG AND GO SEE THIS MOVIE.


DEFINITELY going to see this.Not on bootleg, but GOING to pay to see this.
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"She removes her wig, her eyelashes, her makeup, never breaking eye contact with the reflection of her natural self. It’s an intimate, powerful moment television doesn’t often show: A black woman removing all the elements white supremacy tells her she has to wear to be beautiful, successful, powerful." (x)


My mother actually called me to discuss this moment. I didn’t see it (until now), but I only hope it is part of a larger dialog on the European standard of beauty, coupling outside our own race as a sense of achievement and the shedding of both.All that said…I like this scene.

"She removes her wig, her eyelashes, her makeup, never breaking eye contact with the reflection of her natural self. It’s an intimate, powerful moment television doesn’t often show: A black woman removing all the elements white supremacy tells her she has to wear to be beautiful, successful, powerful." (x)


My mother actually called me to discuss this moment. I didn’t see it (until now), but I only hope it is part of a larger dialog on the European standard of beauty, coupling outside our own race as a sense of achievement and the shedding of both.All that said…I like this scene.

"She removes her wig, her eyelashes, her makeup, never breaking eye contact with the reflection of her natural self. It’s an intimate, powerful moment television doesn’t often show: A black woman removing all the elements white supremacy tells her she has to wear to be beautiful, successful, powerful." (x)


My mother actually called me to discuss this moment. I didn’t see it (until now), but I only hope it is part of a larger dialog on the European standard of beauty, coupling outside our own race as a sense of achievement and the shedding of both.All that said…I like this scene.

"She removes her wig, her eyelashes, her makeup, never breaking eye contact with the reflection of her natural self. It’s an intimate, powerful moment television doesn’t often show: A black woman removing all the elements white supremacy tells her she has to wear to be beautiful, successful, powerful." (x)


My mother actually called me to discuss this moment. I didn’t see it (until now), but I only hope it is part of a larger dialog on the European standard of beauty, coupling outside our own race as a sense of achievement and the shedding of both.All that said…I like this scene.