Bob and the deli guy.
YES I was waiting for this to be posted it was the cutest shit.
I’m straight, well… Mostly straight.
I love this….
Here’s the thing- she’s commenting on how blacks get stopped and profiled more, but at the same time she’s calling out wall street for their very real financial crimes. This is just win-win all around.
i thought i would share this
You do realise that these ‘statistics’ tell you nothing?
- There are 77,934 words in the Quaran
- There are 788,258 words in the Bible.
THE BIBLE IS MORE THAN 10x LONGER THAN THE QUARAN OF COURSE IT HAS MORE FUCKING WORDS ABOUT CERTAIN THINGS IN IT.
You bitches gotta look at proportions
did nobody on this site take mathematics.
are you kidding me
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME
an incredible moment in cinematic history.
1. Get Comfortable
2. Things Are Looking Native, Native’s Looking Whiter
4-6. Imaginary Indian
7. White Carver
8. Video stills from ‘Beat Nation’
9-10. I think it goes like this
I work with concepts; the medium follows. In the business of this “Indian Art World,” I have become impatient with the institutional prescription and its monolithic attempt to define culture as it unfolds. Native American Art cannot be commonly defined as our work moves freely through time. The viewer, collector, or curators’ definition will often convey more about themselves than that of the “Native Artist.” In the past I have struggled with this title, though I now embrace my position as a contemporary indigenous artist with belief that some forms of resistance often carry equal amounts of persistence. My current collection of work presents visual experiences in hope of inspiring creative dialogue with the viewer. I often work with an intention to contribute towards contemporary cultural development. Through education and creative risk-taking, I hope to progress cultural awareness both in and out of this Indigenous world. Let us leave fucked up stereotypes. While moving forward, we liberate the Indian artist.
*video from Beat Nation embedded below: