ALCHEMICAL ACCESSORIES: I am declaring open cabinetry to be a hallmark of Kitchen Alchemy. There were swing doors on this cabinet which I removed. It opened up so much space which was previously occupied by maintaining clearance space for the open doors. #economy #kitchenalchemy #remodel
"The struggle I was in was never just to go off and form some black state for black people. The idea was to change the whole body politic of North America. Our view is that when you begin to raise the bottom, you raise everybody else. So I’m very supportive of workers rights. I don’t care who the worker is. I’m very supportive of the struggle against all forms of discrimination, be it sexual orientation or whatever it is." - Chokwe Lumumba, former mayor of Jackson, Mississippi, civil rights lawyer & activist (08/02/1947 - 02/25/2014)
Organize the bottom.
Gonna rock your body (please stay.) Word to Justin Timberlake and the most slept on album of whatever year that album came out. I actually preferred Justified to OddFutureSexySounds or whatever that last album was called. Also, I’m not sure why he got engaged to Jessica Biel when he should be…
Cleaning out my favorites menu. This one was there. It was as fun as the first time I read it.
Well look at what he dug up now. The mood setters for the New Year’s Luau Housewarming Extravaganza 2009. These string were a mainstay in my stairwell until the wire fractured under mysterious circumstances. I vowed to repair them in a later that never arrived until today. Me and my trusty wire strippers done thew some makeshift festive luminance behind the couch.
Gil Scott Heron-I Think I’ll Call It Morning (by SUNSHINEandSPIRIT)
"I’m gonna take the song from every bird | And make em sing it just for me | Bird’s got something to teach us all | About being free, yeah" ~ Baba Gil
"Why should I subscribe to this world’s madness knowing that I’ve got to live on?"
"Be no rain."
Ousmane Sembene-Borom sarret 1966 A Fuvaros (by Annabella Schnabel)
"Borom Sarret" was the first film outing by Ousmane Sembene, a 19 minute documentary exploring poverty in Senegal, and even sans subtitles or any accessibility to the narrated language, it still provides some striking imagery of the state of Senegal at the time of its capture.
Here is a comic!
Yeah. That was pretty tender and did not grate against my skepticism about metaphysical concepts of the soul that aren’t entirely devoted to a poetic analysis of the world. Picture poetry in fact.
The comfiest cinemas in the world?
- TGV Beanie in Malaysia
- Blitz Megaplex in Jakarta, Indonesia
- Electric Cinema in London England
- Paragon Cineplex in Bangkok
the US needs to step up their fucking GAME
all I see is a place to have sex & say I had sex in a movie theater lmao
I have a terrible enough time falling asleep in the uncomfortable seating in many stateside movie theaters. Now you want to put me on a couch? In a bed? Possibly next to somebody who has pillow-y, feather touchable skin and physical warmth and expect me to sit through something I only came to see because she said that there were couches at the movies? Yo. Playing with fire homie. I need those uncomfortable seats and people who go to the bathroom every 7 minutes to help me get to the second date.