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My name is Alexis. I'm 23, I study African History and Economics at CSUSB. This is where I share my likes and complaints with the world. Enjoy.

bursten:

I hate brushing my teeth at night because that signifies that you can’t have anymore food and I’m just never ready for that kind of commitment

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awwww-cute:

Installing a new sink then looked up

awwww-cute:

Installing a new sink then looked up

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superpunch2:

“Stunning 1932 still of Katharine Hepburn on stage as Antiope, grabbing Colin Keith-Johnston’s Theseus by the hair.”

superpunch2:

Stunning 1932 still of Katharine Hepburn on stage as Antiope, grabbing Colin Keith-Johnston’s Theseus by the hair.”

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— 7 minutes ago with 601 notes

Bear Mountain Park, New York, 1950 by Leon Levinstein (via)

Bear Mountain Park, New York, 1950 by Leon Levinstein (via)

(Source: vintagegal, via likeneelyohara)

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We are drunks.

We are drunks.

— 2 days ago
fallschirmjager:

Lyudmila Pavlichenko and Comrade.

fallschirmjager:

Lyudmila Pavlichenko and Comrade.

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— 1 week ago with 210 notes

waggington:

without internet i’m nothing

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grenouilless:

[ 48 ] Doubt

Even if you feel certainty, it is an emotion not a fact.

(via winner-take-nothing)

— 1 week ago with 36 notes

babefield:

like i don’t get when i’m watching something about a mexican restaurant or a soul food restaurant and theyre interviewing a white person and they talk about how “authentic” the experience is

authentic compared to what like, the taco bell near your house?? the hungry man dinners in your fridge?

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— 1 week ago with 216 notes
vicemag:

The Rise and Rise of the UK’s Student Drug Dealers
If the greatest architects, theorists, and social planners who’ve ever lived were revived to design the perfect marketplace for drug dealers, they’d come up with a dorm. A nest stuffed with trainee adults, bankrolled by mom and dad, waiting like baby birds with their beaks wide open for their next life-changing experience. Dealers might not be allowed to actually vomit the drugs into the mouths of students, but dorms—which are often called “halls” in the UK—nontheless remain a drug merchant’s wet dream. Which is why they’ve been living in them for decades.
Nearly three quarters of Britain’s 2.5 million university students have taken illegal drugs. So it follows that somebody has to be there feeding the country’s future politicians, business leaders, and unemployed actors their weed, MDMA, cocaine, and ketamine (that last substance is up to ten times more likely to be used by students than non-students).

In fact, the student drug market is so sought after that dealers have been known to enroll in colleges specifically to take out student loans and sell drugs on campus. Then, of course, there are all the student dealers—those who begin their higher education with good intentions, but realize that working at a bar isn’t much fun and start selling drugs as a source of quick cash. If you live in halls and don’t know who this guy or girl is yet, take it as a sign that you should get some more friends.
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vicemag:

The Rise and Rise of the UK’s Student Drug Dealers

If the greatest architects, theorists, and social planners who’ve ever lived were revived to design the perfect marketplace for drug dealers, they’d come up with a dorm. A nest stuffed with trainee adults, bankrolled by mom and dad, waiting like baby birds with their beaks wide open for their next life-changing experience. Dealers might not be allowed to actually vomit the drugs into the mouths of students, but dorms—which are often called “halls” in the UK—nontheless remain a drug merchant’s wet dream. Which is why they’ve been living in them for decades.

Nearly three quarters of Britain’s 2.5 million university students have taken illegal drugs. So it follows that somebody has to be there feeding the country’s future politicians, business leaders, and unemployed actors their weed, MDMA, cocaine, and ketamine (that last substance is up to ten times more likely to be used by students than non-students).

In fact, the student drug market is so sought after that dealers have been known to enroll in colleges specifically to take out student loans and sell drugs on campus. Then, of course, there are all the student dealers—those who begin their higher education with good intentions, but realize that working at a bar isn’t much fun and start selling drugs as a source of quick cash. If you live in halls and don’t know who this guy or girl is yet, take it as a sign that you should get some more friends.

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— 1 week ago with 183 notes

niggawitamacbook:

Nobody scares me more than drunk white men in numbers.

(Source: blackberryshawty, via butcher--baby)

— 1 week ago with 100912 notes