Yo. If I know you, let me cook you scrambled eggs.
I make bomb scrambled eggs. Ask other people that know me.
How did this get 16 fucking notes? What the hell is wrong with you people. I’m not making all of you eggs. Just you marlon. You’re my top fan for the last month. You get all of the eggs and bacon I can find.
Hey, no. I get eggs, too.
Yo this guys knows about my eggs. Solja boy tell ‘em bout my eggs.
Im an immature little shit and Ive only been serious like three times in my life.
Pam Oliver, a professor in the UW-Madison sociology department, explaining the historical roots of racism in the United States to her undergraduate students (mostly middle-class and White). I try to use this when I teach race now, too, to get past the defensive “but why are you BLAMING ME” reaction. (via cabell)
THIS. THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS.
To all the white people who say that they shouldn’t have responsibility in racism because they’re ancestors and not them who participated in slavery, think about this!
firstly, wow English.
secondly, If you think racism ended with slavery or that it just not happening right now, you’re horribly, miserably wrong.
thirdly, even though black people have consistently been in the top four worst treated groups in America, we’re far from the only victims of racism.
So seriously anyone who makes the “that was my ancestors, not me” or “slavery was a long time ago, get over it” (150 years isn’t even that long) argument needs to stop talking and listen.
it looks good!! u look like a grown up version of dash from the incredibles and i mean that in the best way
I’m pretty sure this can only be a compliment.
no, the wave thing is cool!! it reminds me of christian bale when he has his american psycho/dark knight haircut.
Everyone seems to enjoy the wave but me. I think I’m missing something.
Sometimes when its windy or whatever my hair gets messed up and does this stupid wavy thing which I hate.