hiking-the-appalachian-trail:

I HAVE COMPLETED THE APPALACHINA TRAIL!!!!
I Christiana Bush have hiked 2,185.3 miles in 6 months and 2 days.  I am so happy to be part of the Class of ‘14 AT Thru-Hikers!!!  

Wow! hiking-the-appalachian-trail:

I HAVE COMPLETED THE APPALACHINA TRAIL!!!!
I Christiana Bush have hiked 2,185.3 miles in 6 months and 2 days.  I am so happy to be part of the Class of ‘14 AT Thru-Hikers!!!  

Wow! hiking-the-appalachian-trail:

I HAVE COMPLETED THE APPALACHINA TRAIL!!!!
I Christiana Bush have hiked 2,185.3 miles in 6 months and 2 days.  I am so happy to be part of the Class of ‘14 AT Thru-Hikers!!!  

Wow!

hiking-the-appalachian-trail:

I HAVE COMPLETED THE APPALACHINA TRAIL!!!!

I Christiana Bush have hiked 2,185.3 miles in 6 months and 2 days.  I am so happy to be part of the Class of ‘14 AT Thru-Hikers!!!  

Wow!

clap2xfortheladies:

thisisbobbylondon:


In response to anyone who thinks they have an fierce inner black woman in them and is not in fact, a black womanSee the thing about that fire and that “fierceness” is that it’s born out of our oppression, out of always being told that we are ugly, that our bodies are too fat or too muscular, that we don’t have the right kind of hair — and having to deconstruct all those things and tell ourselves that we are beautiful even though society is telling us that we are not.  That strength is born out of always having to defend ourselves against white supremacy and anti-black-woman-patriachy. From years of not seeing ourselves represented in anything aligned with beauty, of buying products that are made to make us look like not ourselves.So there is no way you could have an inner black woman in you. You have not experienced our struggle, you don’t know it, you haven’t lived it, and you can’t imagine it. See, you can’t sit with us, because we haven’t been able to sit at your table since our existence in this country. And while we were being excluded from your table we made our own, and it is fabulous and fly. And of course you now want to try and have a seat at our table, take our table, use it and ignore all the labor that went into creating THAT table.But nah, sorry boo boo.You ain’t never going to be us, you can try to wear your hair like us, you can try to dance like us, talk like us, wish you were us, but know this — YOU-WILL-NEVER-BE-US 


^^ The definition of the perfect response
clap2xfortheladies:

thisisbobbylondon:


In response to anyone who thinks they have an fierce inner black woman in them and is not in fact, a black womanSee the thing about that fire and that “fierceness” is that it’s born out of our oppression, out of always being told that we are ugly, that our bodies are too fat or too muscular, that we don’t have the right kind of hair — and having to deconstruct all those things and tell ourselves that we are beautiful even though society is telling us that we are not.  That strength is born out of always having to defend ourselves against white supremacy and anti-black-woman-patriachy. From years of not seeing ourselves represented in anything aligned with beauty, of buying products that are made to make us look like not ourselves.So there is no way you could have an inner black woman in you. You have not experienced our struggle, you don’t know it, you haven’t lived it, and you can’t imagine it. See, you can’t sit with us, because we haven’t been able to sit at your table since our existence in this country. And while we were being excluded from your table we made our own, and it is fabulous and fly. And of course you now want to try and have a seat at our table, take our table, use it and ignore all the labor that went into creating THAT table.But nah, sorry boo boo.You ain’t never going to be us, you can try to wear your hair like us, you can try to dance like us, talk like us, wish you were us, but know this — YOU-WILL-NEVER-BE-US 


^^ The definition of the perfect response
clap2xfortheladies:

thisisbobbylondon:


In response to anyone who thinks they have an fierce inner black woman in them and is not in fact, a black womanSee the thing about that fire and that “fierceness” is that it’s born out of our oppression, out of always being told that we are ugly, that our bodies are too fat or too muscular, that we don’t have the right kind of hair — and having to deconstruct all those things and tell ourselves that we are beautiful even though society is telling us that we are not.  That strength is born out of always having to defend ourselves against white supremacy and anti-black-woman-patriachy. From years of not seeing ourselves represented in anything aligned with beauty, of buying products that are made to make us look like not ourselves.So there is no way you could have an inner black woman in you. You have not experienced our struggle, you don’t know it, you haven’t lived it, and you can’t imagine it. See, you can’t sit with us, because we haven’t been able to sit at your table since our existence in this country. And while we were being excluded from your table we made our own, and it is fabulous and fly. And of course you now want to try and have a seat at our table, take our table, use it and ignore all the labor that went into creating THAT table.But nah, sorry boo boo.You ain’t never going to be us, you can try to wear your hair like us, you can try to dance like us, talk like us, wish you were us, but know this — YOU-WILL-NEVER-BE-US 


^^ The definition of the perfect response
clap2xfortheladies:

thisisbobbylondon:


In response to anyone who thinks they have an fierce inner black woman in them and is not in fact, a black womanSee the thing about that fire and that “fierceness” is that it’s born out of our oppression, out of always being told that we are ugly, that our bodies are too fat or too muscular, that we don’t have the right kind of hair — and having to deconstruct all those things and tell ourselves that we are beautiful even though society is telling us that we are not.  That strength is born out of always having to defend ourselves against white supremacy and anti-black-woman-patriachy. From years of not seeing ourselves represented in anything aligned with beauty, of buying products that are made to make us look like not ourselves.So there is no way you could have an inner black woman in you. You have not experienced our struggle, you don’t know it, you haven’t lived it, and you can’t imagine it. See, you can’t sit with us, because we haven’t been able to sit at your table since our existence in this country. And while we were being excluded from your table we made our own, and it is fabulous and fly. And of course you now want to try and have a seat at our table, take our table, use it and ignore all the labor that went into creating THAT table.But nah, sorry boo boo.You ain’t never going to be us, you can try to wear your hair like us, you can try to dance like us, talk like us, wish you were us, but know this — YOU-WILL-NEVER-BE-US 


^^ The definition of the perfect response
clap2xfortheladies:

thisisbobbylondon:


In response to anyone who thinks they have an fierce inner black woman in them and is not in fact, a black womanSee the thing about that fire and that “fierceness” is that it’s born out of our oppression, out of always being told that we are ugly, that our bodies are too fat or too muscular, that we don’t have the right kind of hair — and having to deconstruct all those things and tell ourselves that we are beautiful even though society is telling us that we are not.  That strength is born out of always having to defend ourselves against white supremacy and anti-black-woman-patriachy. From years of not seeing ourselves represented in anything aligned with beauty, of buying products that are made to make us look like not ourselves.So there is no way you could have an inner black woman in you. You have not experienced our struggle, you don’t know it, you haven’t lived it, and you can’t imagine it. See, you can’t sit with us, because we haven’t been able to sit at your table since our existence in this country. And while we were being excluded from your table we made our own, and it is fabulous and fly. And of course you now want to try and have a seat at our table, take our table, use it and ignore all the labor that went into creating THAT table.But nah, sorry boo boo.You ain’t never going to be us, you can try to wear your hair like us, you can try to dance like us, talk like us, wish you were us, but know this — YOU-WILL-NEVER-BE-US 


^^ The definition of the perfect response
clap2xfortheladies:

thisisbobbylondon:


In response to anyone who thinks they have an fierce inner black woman in them and is not in fact, a black womanSee the thing about that fire and that “fierceness” is that it’s born out of our oppression, out of always being told that we are ugly, that our bodies are too fat or too muscular, that we don’t have the right kind of hair — and having to deconstruct all those things and tell ourselves that we are beautiful even though society is telling us that we are not.  That strength is born out of always having to defend ourselves against white supremacy and anti-black-woman-patriachy. From years of not seeing ourselves represented in anything aligned with beauty, of buying products that are made to make us look like not ourselves.So there is no way you could have an inner black woman in you. You have not experienced our struggle, you don’t know it, you haven’t lived it, and you can’t imagine it. See, you can’t sit with us, because we haven’t been able to sit at your table since our existence in this country. And while we were being excluded from your table we made our own, and it is fabulous and fly. And of course you now want to try and have a seat at our table, take our table, use it and ignore all the labor that went into creating THAT table.But nah, sorry boo boo.You ain’t never going to be us, you can try to wear your hair like us, you can try to dance like us, talk like us, wish you were us, but know this — YOU-WILL-NEVER-BE-US 


^^ The definition of the perfect response
clap2xfortheladies:

thisisbobbylondon:


In response to anyone who thinks they have an fierce inner black woman in them and is not in fact, a black womanSee the thing about that fire and that “fierceness” is that it’s born out of our oppression, out of always being told that we are ugly, that our bodies are too fat or too muscular, that we don’t have the right kind of hair — and having to deconstruct all those things and tell ourselves that we are beautiful even though society is telling us that we are not.  That strength is born out of always having to defend ourselves against white supremacy and anti-black-woman-patriachy. From years of not seeing ourselves represented in anything aligned with beauty, of buying products that are made to make us look like not ourselves.So there is no way you could have an inner black woman in you. You have not experienced our struggle, you don’t know it, you haven’t lived it, and you can’t imagine it. See, you can’t sit with us, because we haven’t been able to sit at your table since our existence in this country. And while we were being excluded from your table we made our own, and it is fabulous and fly. And of course you now want to try and have a seat at our table, take our table, use it and ignore all the labor that went into creating THAT table.But nah, sorry boo boo.You ain’t never going to be us, you can try to wear your hair like us, you can try to dance like us, talk like us, wish you were us, but know this — YOU-WILL-NEVER-BE-US 


^^ The definition of the perfect response

clap2xfortheladies:

thisisbobbylondon:

In response to anyone who thinks they have an fierce inner black woman in them and is not in fact, a black woman

See the thing about that fire and that “fierceness” is that it’s born out of our oppression, out of always being told that we are ugly, that our bodies are too fat or too muscular, that we don’t have the right kind of hair — and having to deconstruct all those things and tell ourselves that we are beautiful even though society is telling us that we are not.  

That strength is born out of always having to defend ourselves against white supremacy and anti-black-woman-patriachy. From years of not seeing ourselves represented in anything aligned with beauty, of buying products that are made to make us look like not ourselves.

So there is no way you could have an inner black woman in you. You have not experienced our struggle, you don’t know it, you haven’t lived it, and you can’t imagine it. 

See, you can’t sit with us, because we haven’t been able to sit at your table since our existence in this country. And while we were being excluded from your table we made our own, and it is fabulous and fly. And of course you now want to try and have a seat at our table, take our table, use it and ignore all the labor that went into creating THAT table.

But nah, sorry boo boo.

You ain’t never going to be us, you can try to wear your hair like us, you can try to dance like us, talk like us, wish you were us, but know this —

YOU-WILL-NEVER-BE-US

^^ The definition of the perfect response

here-to-see-queen-mycroft:

"My anaconda don’t …"

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"My anaconda don’t …"

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"My anaconda don’t want none unless you got buns, hun!"

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themillerfunk:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY QUEEN 

themillerfunk:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY QUEEN 

Classic. Classic.

Classic.

americasgreatoutdoors Happy birthday National Park Service!  Couldn’t make it out to the parks today but we celebrated all this weekend in the mountains! americasgreatoutdoors Happy birthday National Park Service!  Couldn’t make it out to the parks today but we celebrated all this weekend in the mountains! americasgreatoutdoors Happy birthday National Park Service!  Couldn’t make it out to the parks today but we celebrated all this weekend in the mountains! americasgreatoutdoors Happy birthday National Park Service!  Couldn’t make it out to the parks today but we celebrated all this weekend in the mountains! americasgreatoutdoors Happy birthday National Park Service!  Couldn’t make it out to the parks today but we celebrated all this weekend in the mountains!

americasgreatoutdoors Happy birthday National Park Service!  Couldn’t make it out to the parks today but we celebrated all this weekend in the mountains!

No fish caught!

  1. Camera: Samsung Galaxy Nexus
  2. Aperture: f/2.75
  3. Exposure: 1/133th
  4. Focal Length: 3mm

Husband watching Doctor Who like Saturday morning cartoons.

angry-hippo:

socialismartnature:

The food you eat or brush you’re using may have been made by a worker earning less than a dollar an hour — not in the developing world, but in the invisible workforce inside America’s prisons. Share this if you oppose prison labor for profit.

Source: http://ow.ly/iwTlY

When I was in prison I worked 3 shifts a day, 5 days a week, starting at 5 AM and ending at 8 PM. I was paid $5.25 a month. Pay for the inmates who facilitate UNICOR workers (by making their food, washing their laundry, etc,) is even lower than the wages cited in the above graphics. The prison industry is also a slave industry, and it isn’t just corporations who benefit. All the furniture you see in federal buildings, post offices, DMVs, etc, where do you think it comes from? Prison labor. I think a lot of people know about states that use prison labor for license plates, but fewer people know that the plaques on doors at city halls, and sometimes the doors themselves, come from prison labor. The incarcerated are a hyper-exploited class unto themselves, and almost no one seems to be helping them to organize.

americasgreatoutdoors:

Monday is the National Park Service 98th birthday & all entrance fees will be waived. Please share and like this photo of Denali National Park to spread the word! 

Photo: Morton Katz (www.sharetheexperience.org)

  1. Camera: Nikon D7000
  2. Aperture: f/7.1
  3. Exposure: 1/250th
  4. Focal Length: 62mm