diokpara:

always reblog

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youngblacksamurai:

justcallmefresh:

magnacarterholygrail:

ghdos:

brownglucose:

lawdgevus:

thepoeticlovechild:

peppergoat:





lol



I swear to God I love Tumblr sometimes.

this is my absolute favorite post on tumblr

Awards.

Amazing.

youngblacksamurai:

justcallmefresh:

magnacarterholygrail:

ghdos:

brownglucose:

lawdgevus:

thepoeticlovechild:

peppergoat:

image

lol

I swear to God I love Tumblr sometimes.

this is my absolute favorite post on tumblr

Awards.

Amazing.

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onlylolgifs:

Dog Works at Airport Returning Passenger’s Lost Items

did-you-kno:

Betty White is older than sliced bread. Source

did-you-kno:

Betty White is older than sliced bread. Source

Mood: 

Soundcloud.com/lovehatexavier

Mood:

Soundcloud.com/lovehatexavier

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coutois:

goon2goblin420:

an-0bra-in-progress:

kingjaffejoffer:

Relevant Links:

http://www.c-span.org/video/?c4501411/debate-rep-alan-grayson-amendment-limit-police-militarization

http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2014/roll329.xml

Niggas ain’t shit…

At least my congressman, John Lewis, did the right thing with this one. So did Hank Johnson, and Barbara Lee from California.

This should serve as a friendly reminder to black people: not every black person will use their power to help you. I’m willing to bet that the majority of black people in the upper echelons of government and business aren’t here for you. They made it, so you are no longer their concern.

Stay woke.

thats fucked up

#boule
recoverykitty:

 chainofaffection:

Have you ever come across a homeless individual and felt totally uncomfortable?

You see them and you know they are in need, but you are not sure what to do. You know that handing them money is not the best thing. But, you also see that they clearly have some needs. Their lips are chapped. They are hungry. They are thirsty. They are asking for help.

How can you help?

Here is a simple idea - blessing bags.
This was such an easy project. We are now going to keep a few “Blessing Bags” in our car so that when we do happen to see someone on the streets who is homeless, we can hand them a Blessing Bag. I first learned of these bags from my friend, Julie. I am using the picture of her bags (see above) because the ones we took were taken in horrible lighting and turned out really grainy and hard to see what is inside of them.

If you’d like to make your own Blessing Bags, this is what you would need:

Gallon size Ziplock bags

items to go in the bags, such as:

chap stick
packages of tissues
toothbrush and toothpaste
comb
soap
trail mix
granola bars
crackers
pack of gum
band aids
mouthwash
coins (could be used to make a phone call, or purchase a food item)
hand wipes
you could also put in a warm pair of socks, and maybe a Starbucks gift card


Assemble all the items in the bags, and maybe throw in a note of encouragement. Seal the bags and stow in your car for a moment of providence.

This would be a great activity to do with some other families. Each family could bring one of the items going into the bags (ex: toothbrushes). Set up all the items around a table and walk around it with the ziplocks and fill the bags.

http://kwavs.blogspot.com/2011/05/blessing-bags-how-to.html


This is hella cool. I thought i’d add my two cents since I spent time homeless. The things that stand out to me are the socks and the chap stick. A+. I would also suggest maxi pads or a waterbottle. I would skip the mouthwash, some people just drink it. Don’t give a starbucks card. Thats a nice idea, but seriously that 6$ for a coffee could buy ramen meals for 6ish days. If you’ve been eating out of garbage cans, you’d rather have the cheap ass ramen or gas station hotmeal over a cute coffee. 

Above all though, even if you give no food, money or toiletries (which is 100% fine, you don’t need to feel obligated to do that) please don’t pretend like you don’t see them. Smile, meet their eyes, say you don’t have any change or whatever but to have a good day. Treat them like a human being. The’ll appreciate it just as much as a few coins. 

recoverykitty:

 chainofaffection:

Have you ever come across a homeless individual and felt totally uncomfortable?
You see them and you know they are in need, but you are not sure what to do. You know that handing them money is not the best thing. But, you also see that they clearly have some needs. Their lips are chapped. They are hungry. They are thirsty. They are asking for help.
How can you help?
Here is a simple idea - blessing bags.

This was such an easy project. We are now going to keep a few “Blessing Bags” in our car so that when we do happen to see someone on the streets who is homeless, we can hand them a Blessing Bag. I first learned of these bags from my friend, Julie. I am using the picture of her bags (see above) because the ones we took were taken in horrible lighting and turned out really grainy and hard to see what is inside of them.

If you’d like to make your own Blessing Bags, this is what you would need:
  • Gallon size Ziplock bags
items to go in the bags, such as:
  • chap stick
  • packages of tissues
  • toothbrush and toothpaste
  • comb
  • soap
  • trail mix
  • granola bars
  • crackers
  • pack of gum
  • band aids
  • mouthwash
  • coins (could be used to make a phone call, or purchase a food item)
  • hand wipes
  • you could also put in a warm pair of socks, and maybe a Starbucks gift card
Assemble all the items in the bags, and maybe throw in a note of encouragement. Seal the bags and stow in your car for a moment of providence.
This would be a great activity to do with some other families. Each family could bring one of the items going into the bags (ex: toothbrushes). Set up all the items around a table and walk around it with the ziplocks and fill the bags.
This is hella cool. I thought i’d add my two cents since I spent time homeless. The things that stand out to me are the socks and the chap stick. A+. I would also suggest maxi pads or a waterbottle. I would skip the mouthwash, some people just drink it. Don’t give a starbucks card. Thats a nice idea, but seriously that 6$ for a coffee could buy ramen meals for 6ish days. If you’ve been eating out of garbage cans, you’d rather have the cheap ass ramen or gas station hotmeal over a cute coffee. 
Above all though, even if you give no food, money or toiletries (which is 100% fine, you don’t need to feel obligated to do that) please don’t pretend like you don’t see them. Smile, meet their eyes, say you don’t have any change or whatever but to have a good day. Treat them like a human being. The’ll appreciate it just as much as a few coins. 

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wetheurban:

DESIGN: Interactive Illuminating Swings Change Colors with Motion

A series of circular glowing hammocks have changed Boston’s Lawn on D into a stunning luminescent park!

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enemaroberts:

bananacliptheory:

Exactly what i thought when I saw him trending on twitter.