.....I like chocolate milk,
Estudiante de Arte y estudias Africana, Aspiring Artist/Photographer, like jungle Cats
- Thanks to SNL’s fact checker we can confirm that the aforementioned is false
A Black man can save the lives of three women who have been held captive for ten years and the first thing most people want to do is make fun of his hair and autotune the news report.
Good job internet.
Nov. 5, 1922: Lulu McGrath is greeted by a diver in “Wonders of the Sea,” filmed off the Bahamas during the early days of underwater motion pictures. A report the following spring on a project by J.E. Williamson, the film’s director, related the perils of camera work at the time: “Not so very long ago, an intrepid photographer, when attempting to get a picture from an airplane of the crater of Vesuvius, just saved himself from falling into the seething, angry lava. This same cameraman, who is employed by Fox News, had another narrow escape from death in an airplane a few weeks ago. But he is inoculated with the spirit of adventure and keeps going.” Photo: The New York Times
Lance Crouther (via rattlingbone)
Sometimes you read something and your whole perspective of a situation changes. This is one of those things.
Favorite post ever