rebeccakathryn:

dashambler:

braindentist:

tai-replog:

catnappe143:

0w0b:

cineraria:

How to Fold a Shirt in Under 2 Seconds - YouTube
伊東家の食卓

I TOOK OFF MY SHIRT JUST TO DO THIS AND I WAS NOT DISSAPPOINTED

new skill acquired

omg.. I was looking for this.
i stopped drawing, got up and tried it out…….. it fucking worked. .___. 
what kinda of black magic is this e A e;

i spent a good few minutes doing this with mint and various shirts

mind. blown.

I learned this a couple years ago and I’ve been a pro at laundry ever since. It seriously makes it fun.

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thesmithian:

sparklejamesysparkle:

Diahann Carroll

[meaningful glance]

thesmithian:

sparklejamesysparkle:

Diahann Carroll

[meaningful glance]

thesmithian:

mickimiller:

I need this framed in my studio…

[look of the hour]

thesmithian:

mickimiller:

I need this framed in my studio…

[look of the hour]

6onea66etit:

chocolavision:

A panel of all black women wearing their hair the way it actually grows. It’s happy yet sad, but this panel was probably the first of its kind on mainstream TV.

This needs to be seen. 

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Live in the moment. Hug your little one extra hard today.

Live in the moment. Hug your little one extra hard today.

theweekmagazine:

Mitt Romney and President Obama went toe-to-toe on everything from Libya to taxes in Tuesday’s debate, but it was Romney’s comment about “binders full of women” that set the internet on fire. When asked about pay equity for women, Romney said that when he was governor of Massachusetts he went to women’s groups for help finding qualified female recruits for cabinet posts, and they gave him “binders full of women” qualified for the jobs. (See the video here.) 
Within seconds, the awkwardly phrased remark was everywhere online. There were “binders full of women” on Facebook and Tumblr. The domain names bindersfullofwomen.com (and .net) were snapped up, and Twitter was awash with #bindersfullofwomen quips. Romney caught up with Obama among women voters after the first debate, and the question offered him a chance to build even more momentum. Did he blow it?
This sexist remark should scare women voters: Mitt was trying “to prove he’s all about equal rights and pay,” says Maressa Brown at The Stir. Instead, his “condescending and sexist” insult about “binders full of women” shows how he “really feels about women.” He opposes the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and wants employers to be free to deny people contraceptive coverage. Thanks, Mitt, for reminding us your policies “would be a horror show” for women.  
Overall, Romney likely won over some women: Romney’s comment was awkwardly phrased, but it was part of a description of “his effort to get more women in his cabinet,” a potential boost for his recent gains among women, says John D. McKinnon at The Wall Street Journal. Romney also made the case for greater flexibility in the workplace and pointed out that 3.5 million women have fallen into poverty under Obama. If you look at everything Romney said in the battle for women voters, the GOP challenger actually did “fairly well.” 
Don’t overlook the worst part of Romney’s quip: Romney’s “binders full of women” blunder was bizarre — but it’s also “not a true story,” says David S. Bernstein at The Phoenix. Romney didn’t ask for help recruiting qualified women. Women’s groups were upset about a lack of women in government and put together the binders before he was elected, then gave them to him. Moreover, Romney was in business for 25 years but apparently “didn’t know any qualified women, or know where to find any qualified women. So what does that say?”

theweekmagazine:

Mitt Romney and President Obama went toe-to-toe on everything from Libya to taxes in Tuesday’s debate, but it was Romney’s comment about “binders full of women” that set the internet on fire. When asked about pay equity for women, Romney said that when he was governor of Massachusetts he went to women’s groups for help finding qualified female recruits for cabinet posts, and they gave him “binders full of women” qualified for the jobs. (See the video here.)

Within seconds, the awkwardly phrased remark was everywhere online. There were “binders full of women” on Facebook and Tumblr. The domain names bindersfullofwomen.com (and .net) were snapped up, and Twitter was awash with #bindersfullofwomen quips. Romney caught up with Obama among women voters after the first debate, and the question offered him a chance to build even more momentum. Did he blow it?

  • This sexist remark should scare women voters: Mitt was trying “to prove he’s all about equal rights and pay,” says Maressa Brown at The Stir. Instead, his “condescending and sexist” insult about “binders full of women” shows how he “really feels about women.” He opposes the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and wants employers to be free to deny people contraceptive coverage. Thanks, Mitt, for reminding us your policies “would be a horror show” for women. 
     
  • Overall, Romney likely won over some women: Romney’s comment was awkwardly phrased, but it was part of a description of “his effort to get more women in his cabinet,” a potential boost for his recent gains among women, says John D. McKinnon at The Wall Street Journal. Romney also made the case for greater flexibility in the workplace and pointed out that 3.5 million women have fallen into poverty under Obama. If you look at everything Romney said in the battle for women voters, the GOP challenger actually did “fairly well.”
     
  • Don’t overlook the worst part of Romney’s quip: Romney’s “binders full of women” blunder was bizarre — but it’s also “not a true story,” says David S. Bernstein at The Phoenix. Romney didn’t ask for help recruiting qualified women. Women’s groups were upset about a lack of women in government and put together the binders before he was elected, then gave them to him. Moreover, Romney was in business for 25 years but apparently “didn’t know any qualified women, or know where to find any qualified women. So what does that say?”
thesmithian:


Red Hook Summer, a spiritual sequel to Do the Right Thing, is a very good Spike Lee movie…he once again expands the relatively neat dialectical discussion of race and religion in Brooklyn and turns the film’s story into a sprawling portrait of life there.

more. plus, Lee on how and why he self-financed the film.

thesmithian:

Red Hook Summer, a spiritual sequel to Do the Right Thing, is a very good Spike Lee movie…he once again expands the relatively neat dialectical discussion of race and religion in Brooklyn and turns the film’s story into a sprawling portrait of life there.

more. plus, Lee on how and why he self-financed the film.

"Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it." -Maya Angelou

sweetmanipulations:

one day ..

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Team USA’s 2012 Olympic Gold Medalists - Women’s Relay Team, Track and Field

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thebloodof793:

THELMA!