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vinebox:

worst pain imaginable

x-q-site:

best gif of nicki minaj

hazeleyed1:

alexbelvocal:

When you get that direct deposit

Reblogging for that Penn State sweatshirt.

When you done paying off that student loan .

hazeleyed1:

alexbelvocal:

When you get that direct deposit

Reblogging for that Penn State sweatshirt.

When you done paying off that student loan .

gameraboy:

February 9, 1927. Central High School, Washington, D.C. “High school girls learn the art of automobile mechanics. Grace Hurd, Evelyn Harrison and Corinna DiJiulian, with Grace Wagner under the car.” (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Popular Mechanics: 1927)

gameraboy:

February 9, 1927. Central High School, Washington, D.C. “High school girls learn the art of automobile mechanics. Grace Hurd, Evelyn Harrison and Corinna DiJiulian, with Grace Wagner under the car.” (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Popular Mechanics: 1927)

Each week, the Guardian Weekend magazine’s editorial team chooses a picture, or set of pictures, that particularly tickles their fancy. This week, their choice is Anthony Kurtz’s No Man’s Job, chronicling the lives of female mechanics in Dakar, Senegal 

Kurtz, a young art and commercial photographer, was keen to draw attention to the struggles of working women in Africa, but says he wanted above all to create beautiful images.

Big Picture: No Man’s Job by Anthony Kurtz

asakiyume:

Students at the Lady Mechanic Initiative in Lagos, Nigeria, work on cars in their open-air workshop (photo by Ofeibea Quist-Arcton/NPR)
The initiative was founded by Sandra Aguebor-Ekperuoh, after a visionary dream. Story here. 

asakiyume:

Students at the Lady Mechanic Initiative in Lagos, Nigeria, work on cars in their open-air workshop (photo by Ofeibea Quist-Arcton/NPR)

The initiative was founded by Sandra Aguebor-Ekperuoh, after a visionary dream. Story here. 

picturesintheattic:

High school girls learning auto mechanics, 1922

picturesintheattic:

High school girls learning auto mechanics, 1922

sleepmurder:

psychedelic-physicist:

Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer (Father of the atomic bomb)

Truly the face of a haunted man.

Possibly the most poignant sound byte ever.

fuckyeahmixedbeauty:

27 from everywhere. My father is full gullah creole (Sierra Leone, Iberian and Native American) and my mother is Fulani, South East Asian and a European mix (ask for details if you’d like). Growing up military with people from around the world  I never really had an issue regarding what I look like until I got to high school when I started being called mutt and having my “purity” questioned as a sophomore by the very people I identify with. I went off to an HBCU where I learned to embrace myself while still running into minor incidents and learned first hand what ignorance and fetishism based on race was. No one can put you in a box unless you let them, you are who you choose to be <3

fuckyeahmixedbeauty:

27 from everywhere. My father is full gullah creole (Sierra Leone, Iberian and Native American) and my mother is Fulani, South East Asian and a European mix (ask for details if you’d like). Growing up military with people from around the world  I never really had an issue regarding what I look like until I got to high school when I started being called mutt and having my “purity” questioned as a sophomore by the very people I identify with. I went off to an HBCU where I learned to embrace myself while still running into minor incidents and learned first hand what ignorance and fetishism based on race was. No one can put you in a box unless you let them, you are who you choose to be <3