Roseanne 1996 // S8: EP 15 //Dan and his buddies talk about race and sexual orientation

…and this that and the third

—  African American Proverb (see also, “this, that, and another,” “woo woo woo,” “woo wop da bam”) an extensive ect. (via blackproverbs)


replaying the same level in a video game for the hundredth time


That doesn’t sound like something a black person would do.


Black Proverb used when hearing disgusting, crazy, or just plain nonsense that is out of racial character. 

Also refer to “Was the person white?”

(via blackproverbs)


I like to think that this is when Ron decided not to ever worry about exams again.

#ronald weasley #why did you not complete your transfiguration homework? #well really professor #think about this #i could have been killed by voldemort last night #wingardium levYOLOsa




these photos were taken earlier this year when I attended school in Tennessee (my 4th year to be exact)

I don’t know if you can tell but I was very sad at the time…

Sad is actually an understatement… I had actually never thought about suicide before going to a religious school… But it’s just something about being surrounded by people who care about everyone else but the ones they are supposed to care about… People who set out to “help the broken” but who were too blinded by their own hypocrisy to help the broken ones right under their stuck up noses… I never would have guessed I would be sleeping in my car and in hotels all while trying to get my education at a place that literally hated me… Or the idea of what I represented.

This piece, “Overhead” was one done in response to being told “create a work about how you are feeling”

At the time I felt so empty and lonely that it physically hurt…

"Overhead" represents the idea of a dark cloud overtaking a persons’ life… How the feelings of sadness can have a physical weight of it’s own… A presence if you will…

I spent 5 days/nights (even after the piece was due) to finish this room sized installation. It consisted of over 500 fishing lines attached to a 15 x 20 ft grid and pounds of scrap bubble wrap …
I did not finish the piece on time even when I asked for an extension… I just wanted to do my my mind, it would all pay off…

It didn’t. My professor: a racist homophobic sexist conservative man took it as his opportunity to put me in my place… To break me… he didn’t even look at the piece once it was done.. It was up for a week… He was so mad that I had finished it.. At the end of the year he failed me….and ONLY advanced sculpture student who had always made A’s and who had received scholarships for my work…

Fast forward to now… I wish I could have told the person I was a couple months ago that everything was going to be ok…

I’m now in NYC. Things are not perfect (I don’t have a degree after almost finishing school) but I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

Tennessee broke me… and even thinking about “Overhead” brings back terrible feelings and resentment… But I’m so thankful it did. I was meant to be pushed away from that place.

I’m free.

“Just like a dark cloud everything passes.”



If you’re black and this isn’t on your blog… -_-

The power of that symbol! We are powerful!


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