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Los lodos que trajeron esas aguas.

I may, at times, have questions about your motherfuckin comfort zone.

Baby Blue, and the arc of a day I mapped out to be prophetic, are pointing to struggles ahead. Maybe it’s time I found myself some new friends — and some easy money.

1987: It’s not that I have anything against #tbt. I’m just concerned I’m going to overwhelm everyone with my fierceness. It’s already felled my ma with a debilitating case of foot sweats once before.

1987: It’s not that I have anything against #tbt. I’m just concerned I’m going to overwhelm everyone with my fierceness. It’s already felled my ma with a debilitating case of foot sweats once before.

lowlifeenigma:

badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista:

Here are some photos of El Tajin in Papantla, Veracruz, Mexico. El Tajin was built by the Totonacos, an Indigenous group from Puebla and Veracruz (who still exist today, along with the culture, language, traditions and customs). El Tajin was once the center of a huge Totonaco empire from 600 to 1200 A.D.

The last two photos show of what El Tajin looked like thousands of years ago. Back then, El Tajin was painted white with red trim, but the paint had faded over thousands of years.

I am going back there again tomorrow.

P.S - the Totonacos were the first people to cultivate vanilla.

last four trips to mexico this has been one of the place i’ve wanted to go, i wanna see all of the motherland.

Bucket list.

(via antinwo)

It’s not been widely publicized, but the US military keeps munitions depot operating in Israel year-round, just so that when Israel gets into new wars they can step up with more ammo for their attacks. Reports say that Israel never made an “emergency request,” but that the US tapped to stockpile anyhow for convenience’s sake in keeping Israel stocked with ammunition, and has been letting Israel access the munitions from the stockpile for at least 10 days now. The Pentagon is shrugging it off as routine, but with the US trying to publicly be the face of negotiations, their bankrolling of Israeli aggression clearly looks bad, particularly as they try to criticize some of the more egregious attacks on civilians in Gaza, while those attacks are being carried out with US munitions.

inthezestreetz:

Brian Eno Addresses Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Letter on David Byrne’s Website

By Billboard Staff Eno questions the U.S.’ response and shares details about his 2013 Israel visit where he witnessed brutal violence against Palestinians: “I kept thinking, ‘Do Americans really condone this?’” …

"How bad does it look when the one country which more than any other grounds its identity in notions of Liberty and Democracy then goes and puts its money exactly where its mouth isn’t and supports a ragingly racist theocracy?"

inthezestreetz:

Brian Eno Addresses Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Letter on David Byrne’s Website

By Billboard Staff Eno questions the U.S.’ response and shares details about his 2013 Israel visit where he witnessed brutal violence against Palestinians: “I kept thinking, ‘Do Americans really condone this?’” …

"How bad does it look when the one country which more than any other grounds its identity in notions of Liberty and Democracy then goes and puts its money exactly where its mouth isn’t and supports a ragingly racist theocracy?"

Porque ayer vi a un alfarero, que en su bazar amasaba violentamente la arcilla, y ésta, en su místico lenguaje, le dijo: Trátame blandamente, que yo, como tú, también he tenido vida.

—Omar-al-Khayyam. Rubáiyat. (via outis-y-polifemo)