mahaneela:

damn. rest in peace simone battle.

mahaneela:

damn. rest in peace simone battle.

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misyvette:

Chronicles from my Fro Lovin Sunday
MisYvette

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based-shenron:

Never forget

based-shenron:

Never forget

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diaryofabaglady:


Louis Armstrong plays for his wife, Lucille, in front of the Sphinx and Great pyramids in Giza, Egypt, 1961.

now this is the level of black love I’m trying to get

diaryofabaglady:

Louis Armstrong plays for his wife, Lucille, in front of the Sphinx and Great pyramids in Giza, Egypt, 1961.

now this is the level of black love I’m trying to get

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"For obvious reasons, every interviewer asks me about [the role of technology in "Her"], and, well, you’ve seen the movie—it definitely has a lot of ideas about technology and the way we live with technology, and the way technology helps us connect or not connect. But I think what I was really trying to write about was the way we long to connect with each other. I really tried to make more of a relationship movie—or a love story and a relationship movie in the context of right now." - Spike Jonze, director of “Her”.

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  • me: instantly jumps to worst possible conclusion

i see you

1. when a black person has deducted the reasoning behind your scheme

2. when a black person rationalizes your reasoning. 

3. When a black person wants you to know that they’re impressed by your.. Style, job, car you drive, project you’re working on, etc, etc

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!!!!!!!!

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