the best revenge is living well.
katie beth. 22
manhattan. louisville. chicago. brooklyn.

I fucking love Nurse Jackie.

"i dont like chris brown but drake sure is nice"

- my 76 yr old grandma  (via lullabysounds)

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Distressing Video Captures EXACTLY How Cops Treat Black People

I had to reblog this again because it just reduced me to tears. 

As most of you know, I am an attorney. And I am an attorney licensed in Minnesota. This is the state where I took an oath last year to uphold state and federal laws and to protect the rights of the citizens.

It PAINS me to see this. To see these unjust cops who I for all intents & purposes, have to stand along side. When they are abusing EVERY SINGLE OUNCE of POWER. Minneapolis/St. Paul have BEEN a war zone. I’m ashamed. I’m embarrassed.

Not all officers are bad. Please don’t let that be the take away. But police brutality is VERY FUCKING REAL. 

Watch this. If this doesn’t move you, if this doesn’t make you cry out in agony and want to change the world, I don’t know what will.

[trigger warning]

This made me fucking sick. Everyone needs to be aware of this shit.

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The Animated Self Portrait 

T.S Abe

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I think I just peed my pants.

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Late August, by Margaret Atwood


Late August, by Margaret Atwood

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