Monday
1.9.14 at 16:41

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Playing with my roommate glasses

Monday
1.9.14 at 16:40

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Playing with my roommate glasses!

Today was such a great day! I have always struggled in life bringing my friends from different circles together. Today not only showed me that its possible, but it also far exceeded my expectation. Thanks for having a great day with me at the house dance festival. And I’m so glad they got to meet some of my dance family too! with Karreem – View on Path.

Wish me luck.. ( not ready to put out into the universe for what yet)

Friday
29.8.14 at 8:52

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Friday
29.8.14 at 8:51

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Friday
29.8.14 at 8:51

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OH GOD YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


SHULK Trailer (Xenoblade) - Smash Brothers 4 Wii U

briannaroye:

afropunk was a blast to shoot.

photos by Brianna Roye

Wednesday
27.8.14 at 6:43

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Watch "Midnightview with Hope "Bring you flowers" - Ufo …" on YouTube →

Midnightview with Hope “Bring you flowers” - Ufo …:


Wednesday
27.8.14 at 6:24

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morphinlegacy:

Dream Blue Ranger Team of 5!

Tuesday
26.8.14 at 6:16

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nubianbrothaz:

thinksquad:

Chart: One Year of Prison Costs More Than One Year at Princeton

One year at Princeton University: $37,000. One year at a New Jersey state prison: $44,000.


Prison and college “are the two most divergent paths one can take in life,” Joseph Staten, an info-graphic researcher with Public Administration, says. Whereas one is a positive experience that increases lifetime earning potential, the other is a near dead end, which is why Staten found it striking that the lion’s share of government funding goes toward incarceration.

The comparison between higher education spending and correction spending highlighted in the following chart is not perfect. Universities have means to fund themselves; prisons rely on the government. So it makes some sense that a disproportional amount of money flows to the correction centers. Also, take note, comparing African Americans in college and African Americans in dorms is not completely fair. For one, college implies an 18-22 age range, and incarcerated adults can be of any age. Also, it doesn’t take into account African Americans who commute to school.

Despite these shortcomings, this chart helps illustrate a large discrepancy in this country: America has the highest incarceration rate by population, but is only 6th in the world when it comes to college degrees. Our government’s spending reflects that fact accordingly.

http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2011/11/chart-one-year-of-prison-costs-more-than-one-year-at-princeton/247629/

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fangirlingoverdemigods:

This. Is. The. BEST. Picture. EVER.

Monday
25.8.14 at 0:33

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royalkatty:

THIS HURTS

Starting to feel optimistic… Hopeful again….. #newness

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