blasianbytch:

the-goddamazon:

rogueavantgarde:

😳👅💦

I want him. Or someone like him.

BLESS.

Proof God loves us.

(Source: porniluv)

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the-goddamazon:


Here’s how it works: Parrish allegedly visited Apple Stores and tried to buy products with four different debit cards, which were all closed by his respective financial institutions. When his debit card was inevitably declined by the Apple Store, he would protest and offer to call his bank — except, he wasn’t really calling his bank. 
So, the complaint says, he would offer the Apple Store employees a fake authorization code with a certain number of digits, which is normally provided by credit card issuers to create a record of the credit or debit override. (Business Insider, like the Tampa Bay Times, refuses to publish the number of digits “so as not to inspire anyone.”) 
But that’s the problem with this system: as long as the number of digits is correct, the override code itself doesn’t matter.

BRUH

the-goddamazon:

Here’s how it works: Parrish allegedly visited Apple Stores and tried to buy products with four different debit cards, which were all closed by his respective financial institutions. When his debit card was inevitably declined by the Apple Store, he would protest and offer to call his bank — except, he wasn’t really calling his bank.

So, the complaint says, he would offer the Apple Store employees a fake authorization code with a certain number of digits, which is normally provided by credit card issuers to create a record of the credit or debit override. (Business Insider, like the Tampa Bay Times, refuses to publish the number of digits “so as not to inspire anyone.”)

But that’s the problem with this system: as long as the number of digits is correct, the override code itself doesn’t matter.

BRUH

(Source: tsunamiwavesurfing)

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im-horngry:

Deep Fried Cookie Dough - As Requested!
  • Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  • Aperture: f/2.8
  • Exposure: 1/160th
  • Focal Length: 106mm

im-horngry:

Deep Fried Cookie Dough - As Requested!

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NEED: Temporary Space

open-homes:

Not sure how active this is but I will give it a shot.I am a queer black female living in the Midwest looking for a temporary space in a warmer area.

I am a non-smoker, 420 friendly, a creative writer and currently working on my undergrad degree. I can contribute between 300-400…

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kelsium:

If you don’t understand the difference between limiting people’s water use because of a massive, long-term regional drought, and completely cutting people’s water off because you think it’s more important that they give you a hundred bucks than that they have access to water I REALLY CANNOT HELP YOU.

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iridessence:

more photos than i wanted to post but i mean… look at them. i couldn’t not post them all.

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the-goddamazon:

ruggged3001:

haitianphoenix:

"With the European powers engaged in World War I, President Woodrow Wilson feared that Germany might occupy Haiti and threaten the sea route to the Panama Canal. To protect U.S. interests and to restore order, the president sent 330 marines and sailors to Haiti.
The last marines did not leave Haiti until 1934. To ensure repayment of Haiti’s debts, the United States took over the collection of customs duties. Americans also arbitrated disputes, distributed food and medicine, censored the press, and ran military courts. In addition, the United States helped build about a thousand miles of unpaved roads and a number of agricultural and vocational schools, and trained the Haitian army and police. It also helped to replace a government led by blacks with a government headed by mulattoes. The U.S. forced the Haitians to adopt a new constitution which gave American businessmen the right to own land in Haiti. While campaigning for vice president in 1920, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who had served as assistant secretary of the Navy in the Wilson Administration, later boasted, “I wrote Haiti’s Constitution myself, and if I do say it, it was a pretty good little Constitution.”
Many Haitians resisted the American occupation. In the fall of 1918, Charlemagne Peralte, a former Haitian army officer, launched a guerrilla war against the U.S. Marines to protest a system of forced labor imposed by the United States to build roads in Haiti. In 1919, he was captured and killed by U.S. Marines, and his body was photographed against a door with a crucifix and a Haitian flag as a lesson to others. During the first five years of the occupation, American forces killed about 2,250 Haitians. In December 1929, U.S. Marines fired on a crowd of protesters armed with rocks and machetes, killing 12 and wounding 23. The incident stirred international condemnation and ultimately led to the end of the American occupation.”  #haiti #ayiti #knowthyself #knowyourhistory #teamhaiti #teamayiti #ayibobo #unitedstates #wealth #history #theydontteachthis #haitiansbelike #sakpasse

Folks dont read.  

"Hey we’re scared someone else will occupy you and gain strategic position in our whitewashed war so we’re gonna preemptively occupy your country without asking so that we have all our bases covered, kthxbai!"
Haiti: Don’t bring that shit here.

the-goddamazon:

ruggged3001:

haitianphoenix:

"With the European powers engaged in World War I, President Woodrow Wilson feared that Germany might occupy Haiti and threaten the sea route to the Panama Canal. To protect U.S. interests and to restore order, the president sent 330 marines and sailors to Haiti.

The last marines did not leave Haiti until 1934. To ensure repayment of Haiti’s debts, the United States took over the collection of customs duties. Americans also arbitrated disputes, distributed food and medicine, censored the press, and ran military courts. In addition, the United States helped build about a thousand miles of unpaved roads and a number of agricultural and vocational schools, and trained the Haitian army and police. It also helped to replace a government led by blacks with a government headed by mulattoes. The U.S. forced the Haitians to adopt a new constitution which gave American businessmen the right to own land in Haiti. While campaigning for vice president in 1920, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who had served as assistant secretary of the Navy in the Wilson Administration, later boasted, “I wrote Haiti’s Constitution myself, and if I do say it, it was a pretty good little Constitution.”

Many Haitians resisted the American occupation. In the fall of 1918, Charlemagne Peralte, a former Haitian army officer, launched a guerrilla war against the U.S. Marines to protest a system of forced labor imposed by the United States to build roads in Haiti. In 1919, he was captured and killed by U.S. Marines, and his body was photographed against a door with a crucifix and a Haitian flag as a lesson to others. During the first five years of the occupation, American forces killed about 2,250 Haitians. In December 1929, U.S. Marines fired on a crowd of protesters armed with rocks and machetes, killing 12 and wounding 23. The incident stirred international condemnation and ultimately led to the end of the American occupation.”
#haiti #ayiti #knowthyself #knowyourhistory #teamhaiti #teamayiti #ayibobo #unitedstates #wealth #history #theydontteachthis #haitiansbelike #sakpasse

Folks dont read.  

"Hey we’re scared someone else will occupy you and gain strategic position in our whitewashed war so we’re gonna preemptively occupy your country without asking so that we have all our bases covered, kthxbai!"

Haiti: Don’t bring that shit here.

Reblogged from the-goddamazon

kane52630:

You can call me, The Riddler!

Batman Forever

Reblogged from shesbeautifulxo

- We wanted you to read for Crazy Eyes.
Cra…? I didn’t really connected with that character.

Uzo Aduba auditions for every single role in Orange is the New Black (x)

(Source: blondiepoison)

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  • Asker
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Being darker skinned, is it hard finding makeup to compliment your skin?

the-goddamazon:

msjayjustice:

lovelyandbrown:

yes, of course.

lots of mixing and matching.

image

Yup. I mix my MAC with my Black Radiance to get the right shade. It’s terrible.

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