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sickpage:

Yangshuo, China, 2013Pete Stewart

sickpage:

Yangshuo, China, 2013
Pete Stewart


The Soft Skin (François Truffaut, 1964)

The Soft Skin (François Truffaut, 1964)

enividco:

militaryarmament:

The Tarantula Unit, An All-Female unit of the Capital Defence Command’s 35th Special Assault Team of the Republic of Korea Army trains in building clearance. 2013/4.

enividco:

militaryarmament:

The Tarantula Unit, An All-Female unit of the Capital Defence Command’s 35th Special Assault Team of the Republic of Korea Army trains in building clearance. 2013/4.

euo:

“We’re all tickled to hear you say that. Quite frankly, watching Donny beat Nazis to death is the closest we ever get to goin’ to the movies.”
Inglourious Basterds  (2009) dir. Quentin Tarantino

euo:

We’re all tickled to hear you say that. Quite frankly, watching Donny beat Nazis to death is the closest we ever get to goin’ to the movies.”

Inglourious Basterds  (2009) dir. Quentin Tarantino

rustyxiv:

Josuke’s “The hell did you say about my hair?!” compilation.

Typically other people’s problems seem simpler, uncomplicated and easier to solve than those of one’s own society. In this context, the decontextualized hunger and homelessness in Haiti, Cambodia or Vietnam is an easy moral choice. Unlike the problems of other societies, the failing inner city schools in Chicago or the haplessness of those living on the fringes in Detroit is connected to larger political narratives. In simple terms, the lack of knowledge of other cultures makes them easier to help.

This imagined simplicity of others’ problems presents a contrast to the intangible burdens of post-industrial societies. Western nations are full of well-fed individuals plagued by less explicit hardships such as the disintegration of communities and the fraying of relationships against the possibilities of endless choices. The burdens of manic consumption and unabated careerism are not as easily pitied as crumbling shanties and begging babies. Against this landscape, volunteerism presents an escape, a rare encounter with an authenticity sorely missed, hardship palpably and physically felt — for a small price.
Rafia Zakaria, The white tourist’s burden (via ethiopienne)

court-records-net:

Here’s the first trailer for Dai Gyakuten Saiban: The Adventures of Naruhodou Ryuunosuke, for the Nintendo 3DS!

Subs will be added shortly.

A teaser site is also now available here: http://www.capcom.co.jp/new-gyakuten/

speedwag:

ya hes cute but would he call out a transmysogynist

what’s that even mean?

it means that if ur poc/half and if you “”“look white”“” then you have privilege bc people think youre white but it implies assimilation to white culture and some cultural erasure bullshit i dont want to trick people into thinking im only white i want everyone to know that im asian and not be lumped with gross prejudices and stereotypes and have my race/appearance questioned

it also perpetuates the idea that poc cant have either light skin or “”white”” features (stereotyping……….)