'Act': Meditations on the Disabled Body →
Nearly three years ago, Denis Darzacq began photographing people facing challenges such as cerebral palsy and Down’s Syndrome, which has culminated in a series called ACT, on display at New York City’s Laurence Miller Gallery though June 15. I gotta gooo
Just downloaded every Robin Thicke album...
I don’t even know… Started the day off with watching red panda vids and somehow got to Robin Thicke… smh what a weird weekend.
When I've been drinking at the bar for a while,...
whatshouldwecallme: In the winter: In the summer:
gimpunk: Handicap Nazi is a term used to refer to a disabled person who abuses the ADA laws by suing establishments in violation of it for personal gain. The definition is problematic to me but I wanted to phrase it in a way those who use it would in order to begin with an equal representation on their behalf. Whether you can actually describe requiring people to uphold the ADA laws as abuse is...
Magic Essay Typer →
when i got 99 problems and they're all bitches...
when i start to get too drunk and realize i've...
Reasons why I don't get my homework done:
laydie-g: Reason 1: Reason 2: Reason 3: Reason 4: Reason 5:
mama raised a cali girl...
I need to live here
When I feel a bug on me
Trying to do work without adderall
the-absolute-funniest-posts: friend: mulan isnt even a princess me: dishonor dishonor on you dishonor on your whole family DISHONOR ON YOUR COW Follow this blog, you will love it on your dashboard
wednesdaydinosaur asked: Okay. I feel really dumb. (And bad at the internet.) Hampshire you say? You'll be having too much fun over there. Trust me. (UMass is a barren wasteland. Hampshire is like full of rainbows and interesting people.) Haha. Congrats!