Check this new dance craze. this video is made 10x better with nicki minaj.
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"Come out, come out": "I never let my schooling... →
jviray: At the turn of the 20th century, Mark Twain said, “I never let my schooling get in the way of my education.” The real irony is how true this statement is to this day, a century later, when people believe we are at the greatest point of advancement in our history. The question is, whose history?… PREACH.
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rrrogerthattt: kristinaashley: “We should always have three friends in our lives—one who walks ahead who we look up to and follow; one who walks beside us, who is with us every step of our journey; and then, one who we reach back for and bring along after we’ve cleared the way.” - Michelle Obama YES! MENTORSHIP! <3 Yay cake model!
Brisenia Flores, 9, was killed on May 30, 2009, when a group led by...– Village Voice Blog (via geeoooo)
hellobrittany: (seganandtara) I’ve witnessed my own share of musical performances throughout my life; some good, some bad, and oftentimes I’ll forget it after about a week. But then there are “those” performances that tug at your heartstrings. Confession: I can get emotional when watching/listening to someone sing. When I hear their heart and passion through their voice, I get goosebumps...
zurcyerffoeg: john-christian: annie-mal: farsid3pin0y: Daaaamn. This kid is freaking rawww. I remember seeing him perform at Six Flags last year with his crew during the Mabuhay/Filipino Fest I also performed at. Such a beast already, and (if I remember correctly) he’s only about 8 years old! He’s definitely going to go far. We’re going to see more of him in the future, that’s for...
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yoriabravo: I think the moment we stop and appreciate what we have is the same moment we realize we have everything and everyone we ever needed.
‘Reagan Diaries’ is the name of a great bar in the D.C. area. Their signature...– STEPHEN COLBERT, The Colbert Report (via inothernews) HILARIOUS.
were the last words from Dr. Richard Carlson, who wrote “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff.” Finished the book tonight, appropriately the last night of my winter break. This book was surprisingly empowering and added perspective to my life. It also introduced me to new habits I can work on to help me become a more peaceful & loving person. I never considered myself to be an angry...
This is the first year I’m actually really sad about going back to school. My parents and my family are my biggest support system, and it’s so hard to leave them knowing I’m not going to see them for probably 3 months +. It’s hard leaving them to go back to school in LA, knowing how much responsibility I have there. Thinking about the endless to-do lists, meetings, &...