A nineteen year old thought machine with voluntary insomnia, a need to travel, and a bad case of the "Rhyme-a-lots".
My organs glow in the dark.


I’m so glad the trend of rich white girls wearing black beanies that have huge words printed on the front has finally come to an end. Wearing the word “CUNT” on your forehead does not make you look hard. it’s 94 degrees outside, it just makes you look sweaty.


Indian motorcycle with Ackerman spring wheels, pictured in Motor Mechanic Magazine, April 1917.(via The Mot Art)

So few days to go
before the ground splits through
beneath my toes
A treadmill rises through rubble, slow
Pushing pushing pushing, north I go
Footsteps no longer
belong to my control
leaving here, the last bits of home
Shoving me, hopefully, to San Francisco


Shiva as Nataraja Orissa Paata Painting on Canvas (via Dolls of India)
» Some thoughts on why we won't be playing Fashion Meets Music Festival in Columbus


…Fashion Meets Music Festival happening in Columbus was a very exciting prospect to us; a way to represent our city and help form its identity, as well as a symbol of new things to come. We were very honored and excited to be asked to be a part of it.

That being said, we were disappointed that the artist selected to headline the festival was R. Kelly. We feel his selection as a performer ignores his very serious allegations of sexual violence and assault. We feel it is an affront to all survivors, who are already often overlooked and forgotten in our society….

EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS and take note of how a band can create dynamic change through not only their music, but the way they decide to direct their influence. 

Saintseneca just became one of my favorite bands.

Currently at the auto shop and surrounded by loud, snotty-nosed children. Help.
The police can go to downtown Harlem and pick up a kid with a joint in the streets. But they can’t go into the elegant apartments and get a stockbroker who’s sniffing cocaine.

Noam Chomsky

I’ve seen more drugs behind the brick walls of my private college than I have ever even heard of back home in my hood.

(via newwavefeminism)

It’s a known fact that you will find more drugs,especially hard drugs, in the suburbs than in the hood

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(Source: thoughtcatalog.com, via tokenblackchick)

This was Eartha Kitt’s response when she was asked if she would ever compromise for a man.