Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you walk into an open sewer and die.
all my feels T_T
Barbara Kruger’s never really talked about Supreme, the skate company who’s been ripping off her ideas and prints letter for letter, color for color, for their red-and-white logo, which you have seen, because it is everywhere.
I emailed her casually to ask her about this. And today, she got back to me, and gave a candid statement on the matter of Supreme for the first time, ever, really. By emailing me a blank email, with an attachment. Which you can see above.
If this goes to trial, do you think it will go all the way to the… SUPREME COURT?
Reblogged from Hi Sandy.
Nobody clutches their purse to their side when an Asian walks into the elevator. If an Asian applies for a job at a bank or on the police force, he or she is welcomed with open arms. When an Asian commits a crime, people are shocked. When an Asian is appointed to the head of the Department of Energy, everyone knowingly nods their head. Asian privilege pervades every part of our day-to-day life and it’s time they joined the conversation about race.
McGill University is one of the most elite schools in North America, and to walk through their campus is to be transported into a pastoral Chinatown. This is true of all Ivy League schools. Asian Americans have the highest education level of any racial demographic and they’re also the wealthiest. While African American households earned an average of $30,939 in 2005, Asian Americans walked away with twice that.
The reason for this is simple: PRIVILEGE.
When I was younger, I always wished Cobra were the good guys because they used blue lasers while G.I. Joe would use red, which I associated with bad guys.
In this particular episode, Cobra Commander points out the worthlessness of the United States’ fiat dollar and attempts to replace it with a commodity backed currency. However, G.I. Joe, who as part of the military industrial complex are in the pockets of the big banks and Federal Reserve, come down hard on a private organization that even they admit aren’t really breaking the law.
I knew G.I. Joe was the bad guy all along!
I’m so sick of kpop, but the instrumentals of this song and the girl singing are actually kind of nice. I wish I could download a version of the song without the guy trying to fit as many syllables as possible into his “rap”
Basically my life, in 4 panels