thrashingthroughthenever:

Rage Against The Machine

thrashingthroughthenever:

Rage Against The Machine

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standwithpalestine:

Celebrities speak out against Israel’s terrorist attacks on Gaza

(via Jewish Voice for Peace)

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Not worth anyone’s time. Not even worth my own.

turnpike-gates:

I’m complicated, so frustrating. 

I know you hate it, but I just can’t fake it.

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madlovaforlife:

The only survivor of his Muslim village returns home after recapturing it from Serbs. Bihac Region, Bosnia. 1995

madlovaforlife:

The only survivor of his Muslim village returns home after recapturing it from Serbs. Bihac Region, Bosnia. 1995

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theyslayedthedragon:

The Original Six Marquees [insp (x)]

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beingliberal:

Is this Rosie the Riveter or not?  We Can Do It Poster , known today as the Rosie The Riveter is a classic proof that in the pop-culture the historical truth and accuracy does not matter at all.  No amount of factual information can ever change the American public perception - THIS IS ROSIE THE RIVETER…  what can we do?  

We can celebrate the 90th birthday of the woman, who became for the pop-culture the “Rosie”.  Geraldine Hoff Doyle would be 90 today…

We can also learn more about the other - arguably more historically true image of the Rosie The Riveter.  Mary Doyle Keefe - the Rockwell’s model who was interviewed on her 90th birthday in 2012.

Funny factoid : by some twist of fate, both models were using Doyle as their last name,  it was Rockwell’s model maiden name and Miller’s model married name.  Another factoid - neither of models were ever working as riveters. 

We can also leave it as it is, and move on to fight the real present day problems that this image embodies today in our collective mind. Feminists see in the image an embodiment of female empowerment. The “We” is widely  understood to mean “We Women”, uniting all women in a sisterhood fighting against gender inequality.

Many women tried to recreate the We Can Do It poster pose, reviving the attention to the icon - the latest photoshoot by Beyonce was the classic example. There are countless versions of this image - including an anime take and a gay take. The image has the life of it’s own.

 

8bitcentral:

Robot City Games Arcade

8bitcentral:

Robot City Games Arcade

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armaggedonblues:

THE JAM OF 2014

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