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California beauty

I never want to leave Northern California


sure I talk about movies all the time but if you ask me what my favorites are, I forget the name of every single movie I’ve ever seen.. I have never seen one in my entire life.


The Godfather Part 2 (1974, Francis Ford Coppola) 

Claude Monet - Bassin d’Argenteuil, detail.

Claude Monet - Bassin d’Argenteuil, detail.

(Source: arsantiquis)


people who scream when they see their friends at school



hey so let me just formerly announce that I’m halfway through pre-production for a short film I wrote and also going to direct!  This’ll be my first film while in college so I’m really excited and I’m going to be giving yall unnecessary updates on the regular!!!!!! 

"FORMERLY" ANNOUNCE. why do you guys let me live with these typos fml I meant formally announce

« Black People hate white people for WHAT THEY DO. White people hate Black People for WHO WE ARE. That’s the difference. That is why Keke is wrong. When we hate, we’re hating the violence done unto to us. When we hate, we’re hating the system that allows for corrupt terrorists to hold more power, over an disenfranchised group. When we hate, we’re hating how our culture is mocked, and dehumanized but is then stolen and sold to us for a fee while being told we’re beneath the very culture we created. When we hate, it’s cause our Blackness is viewed as an inherent difference that is negative, and evil. Black hate is the result of white hatred. Hate Doesn’t Breed More Hate, one hate (white hate) caused and continues to cause violence, and dehumanization against a group of people. The other is logical, and emotional conditioning formed out of centuries, and present day reinforcement of Black oppression. -bitteroreo »

- someone who responded to dumb fuck Keke Palmer (via uptime-guarantee)


Art History Meme : [2/6] Themes in Van Gogh’s work

 Still Life, Flowers

  • Irises (1889)
  • Basket of Pansies (1887)
  • Wild Roses (1890)
  • Almond Blossom (1890)
  • Vase with Twelve Sunflowers (1889)
  • Butterflies and Poppies (1890)