Yeah so if you could just get on these phone calls with India every night at 9:30pm that’d be greaaaat
My recent thought regarding tattoos is like “I’ll probably be buried in the ground by 2019. What does it matter if there’s ink in my skin if its all going to decompose soon anyways?”
Am I the only one around here with a massive fear of dying in the near future? Yeah? Well fuck. What do it mean?
Fuck man, I need to get my life back on track.
I’ve been low-key seeing this one girl off and on for a few months. I wish she wasn’t such a buzz kill, but dude, every time we hang out my buzz is definitely killed.
It takes a fucked up head to think about dying alone when you’re in your twenties, so I’m glad it’s not just me
Seattle’s African American population increased dramatically between 1940 and 1960, making the community the city’s largest minority group. Like other minorities, African Americans experienced discrimination in many ways, including in housing. Until 1968, it was legal to discriminate in Seattle against minorities when renting or selling real estate. Establishing fair and open housing in Seattle proved to be a long and difficult task.
Blows my mind that racial discrimination for selling/renting real estate was legal in Seattle as recently as 1968. The people who fought for equal opportunities in housing are the real MVP. Same with the Japanese people who made unfathomable sacrifices for future generations. I always wondered why we never hear about any resistance to the Japanese-American Internment. I’ve reached the conclusion that it was because these Japanese-Americans wanted to prove their loyalty to their country. If they had resisted, they could have easily been perceived as un-American or a criminal. Fucking white people, man…