mark ruffalo you’re pretty hot but shut up about brazilian politics
you don’t go supporting someone without having any grasp of the situation
i call that imperialism

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not punk enough to be punk but not not punk enough to be not punk

eyewear at kenzo s/s 2015.

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A Change is Gonna Come¬†came to exemplify the 1960s‚Äô¬†Civil Rights Movement.¬†Upon hearing¬†Bob Dylan‚Äôs ‚ÄúBlowin‚Äô in the Wind‚ÄĚ, Sam Cooke was greatly moved that such a poignant song about racism in¬†America¬†could come from someone who was not black.¬†The song also reflected much of Cooke‚Äôs own inner turmoil. Known for his polished image and light-hearted songs, he had long felt the need to address the situation of discrimination and racism in USA. However, his image and fears of losing his largely white fan base prevented him from doing so. The song reflected two major incidents in his life. The first was the death of Cooke‚Äôs 18-month-old son, Vincent, who died of an accidental drowning. The second incident came on October 8, 1963, when Cooke and his band tried to register at a ‚Äúwhites only‚ÄĚ motel in Shreveport, Louisiana and were summarily arrested for disturbing the peace. Both incidents are represented in the weary tone and lyrics of the piece, especially the final verse:¬†There have been times that I thought I couldn‚Äôt last for long/but now I think I‚Äôm able to carry on/It‚Äôs been a long time coming, but I know a change is gonna come.¬†The song has gained in popularity and critical acclaim in the decades since its release, and is #12 on¬†Rolling Stone‚Äôs¬†500 Greatest Songs of All Time.¬†x

one of my favorite songs ever, i never knew the story behind it

ei. são câmeras 3d que dão esse efeito.

mas obrigada :3

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Yohji Yamamoto S/S 2015

anyone has a clue/tutorial on how to get this effect?

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Rochas S/S 15