Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick, Bibbe Hansen and Gerard Malanga at Max’s Kansas City restaurant, NYC, 1965.

Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick, Bibbe Hansen and Gerard Malanga at Max’s Kansas City restaurant, NYC, 1965.

Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick, Bibbe Hansen and Gerard Malanga at Max’s Kansas City restaurant, NYC, 1965.

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nerdbird:

Google is definitely a woman, it starts suggesting things before you can even finish your sentence.

That must mean Bing is a man, tries to convince people it’s superior and does a horrible job with pleasing its user.

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“That there is a panic in my chest is not relevant. I am tired
of writing sad poems. Baby goats. Peanut Butter cookies.
Beyonce. There, Now it’s happy. I don’t know what it means
to be a good artist but I know how to read palms and draw
on my eyebrows like fucking Liz Taylor so I do have that.
This poem is for your eyes only. This poem is a knock-off
of a knock-off of a knock off. This poem is a purse bought
in Chinatown. The secret about this poem is it wishes it
were like all the other poems. The sequel to this poem is me
naked in bed beside you like every other night and me naked
in front of strangers like every other poem.”
“Really can’t stand the phrase “at risk youth”. At risk of what? Colonialism? Imperialism? Violence from the state that puts them at “risk”?”

Jessica Danforth, Native Youth Sexual Health Network (via marginalutilite)

Also “at risk” kids are usually “at risk” of abuse and neglect as well but people don’t like when you bring that up for some reason.

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Wisteria: Ashikaga Flower Park, Japan.  Photography by Hiro Ino on 500px

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