Insight into an Enigma



Kim Kardashian leaving a photo shoot in LA 7/27/14

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The best kinds of laughter:

  • Laughing so hard that your laugh becomes silent and you sit there clapping like a fucking seal
  • Feeling a six-pack coming up
  • Tears coming out of your eyes

#you know you’re fucked when its a combination of all three

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Evangeline Lilly understands perfectly what it takes to be a strong female character 

Filmmakers, take note: There’s more to gender equality than putting a warrior woman on screen.

That was the message The Hobbit star Evangeline Lilly sent at last week’s San Diego Comic Con. During a Nerd HQ Q&A with the actress, a female audience member asked Lilly where she found the inspiration for her badass elf character, Tauriel. Lilly refreshingly pointed out that while Tauriel is a fearsome warrior, that’s not necessarily why she’s so great. 

Watch the full video

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Tell the truth and shame the devil.

— African American Proverb (via blackproverbs)


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15 Things No One Ever Told Me About College


Hey guys, I write for a new up and coming multicultural online magazine called Bauce. here’s my newest article about tips and lessons you learn in college!

  • Customer: Ummm could you get your manager?
  • Me: No, but you can get these hands.





CultureSOUL: "Do The Right Thing" - 25th Anniversary BLOCK PARTY - June 2014

An incredible day in Bed-Stuy as Spike Lee hosts one big party to celebrate the anniversary of his pivotal American film. More great photos of the day from The Brooklyn Reader here


  1. Spike Lee
  2. DTRT block party banner
  3. DTRT block party 
  4. Dave Chappelle, Spike Lee & Wesley Snipes
  5. Chuck D., Erykah Badu & Spike Lee
  6. Chuck D. and Bed-Stuy



I def wanted to be there

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Love how all the POC look 1000% done with this shit.

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