guerrillamamamedicine

guerrillamamamedicine:

okay i dont get this shit about gabby’s hair.

she is an athlete. she sweats a lot. she spends her days working out and sweating. and that is what black girl hair looks like if you spend every day sweating.

what do you people expect? that in between her routines her mama is going to be there…

dynastylnoire

Japanese Company Creates Robot That You Can Ride And Battle In

Japanese robotics expert Wataru Yoshizaki of Suidobashi Heavy Industry and artist Kogoru Kurata have created a robot that you can ride and battle in. 

The robot called ‘KURATAS’ weighs about 4,500kg (4-tons); measures 4m-high (13 feet), 3m-wide and 4m-long; and costs about US$2.37 million. 

Users can control KURATAS via their iPhones, or sit in its cockpit to pilot the robot. 

The robot also has weapons, and has a function that lets users shoot their targets by smiling. 

Currently, the ‘weapons’ are safe for humans, as they fire airsoft BB rounds that might not hit their targets. 

Is this a step closer to the science fiction movie Real Steel

Yikes

dynastylnoire
darklovelyandsouthasian:

darkskinnedblackbeauty:

She’s not black, but she’s a dark skin Indian woman who wants to inspire other dark skin girls/women.

Lydia Marsha is a Kuala Lumpur-based model who is of Indian ancestry. She says, “I always wanted to inspire dark-skinned women out there to show them how gorgeous they actually are. I had a passion for modeling since I was young. It has always been something I want to do. I’m hoping that meeting and working with new people in this industry will help me expand my dreams and help me extend my arms to my ladies of colour. I want to inspire and be inspired. I believe that this is what I am born to do, to model, as it completes me. I aspire to be the next best thing, to walk the runways of Paris and to be a professional Indian dark-skinned model. I don’t just want to be a model, I want to be a role model.”
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darklovelyandsouthasian:

darkskinnedblackbeauty:

She’s not black, but she’s a dark skin Indian woman who wants to inspire other dark skin girls/women.

Lydia Marsha is a Kuala Lumpur-based model who is of Indian ancestry. She says, “I always wanted to inspire dark-skinned women out there to show them how gorgeous they actually are. I had a passion for modeling since I was young. It has always been something I want to do. I’m hoping that meeting and working with new people in this industry will help me expand my dreams and help me extend my arms to my ladies of colour. I want to inspire and be inspired. I believe that this is what I am born to do, to model, as it completes me. I aspire to be the next best thing, to walk the runways of Paris and to be a professional Indian dark-skinned model. I don’t just want to be a model, I want to be a role model.”

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muneek
underthemountainbunker:

Romney completely unaware of what waiters and waitresses earn, calls them “middle class”

image: christopherstreet
CBS News: “Addressing 300 contributors at a Jackson, Miss., fundraiser who paid $2,500, $10,000 or $50,000 to hear him speak, Romney acknowledged that the people in the room were well-off compared to many Americans. It was the middle class that had been let down by Obama, Romney said, and he pointed to the wait staff serving finger foods as an example:
“It’s tough being middle class in America right now… The waiters and waitresses that come in and out of this room and offer us refreshments, they’re not having a good year. The people of the middle class of America are really struggling. And they’re struggling I think in a way because they’re surprised because when they voted for Barack Obama…he promised them that things were going to get a heck a lot of better. He promised hope and change and they’re still waiting.”
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We really are all the same to Mitt Romney. We’re the ones who serve him and his rich family and friends in thousands of ways daily, we’re the ones who sign the back of a paycheck, we’re the ones who scurry around doing our “jobs.” To Romney it doesn’t matter if a few bucks more or less per hour could change someones entire life for better or worse — all he sees are blobs of meat moving through space, serving finger food, while he collects millions at luncheons to spend on political attack ads.
There are only two classes in Mitt Romney’s world: those who attend his fund-raising lunches and everyone else (the middle class).

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underthemountainbunker:

Romney completely unaware of what waiters and waitresses earn, calls them “middle class”

image: christopherstreet

CBS News: “Addressing 300 contributors at a Jackson, Miss., fundraiser who paid $2,500, $10,000 or $50,000 to hear him speak, Romney acknowledged that the people in the room were well-off compared to many Americans. It was the middle class that had been let down by Obama, Romney said, and he pointed to the wait staff serving finger foods as an example:

“It’s tough being middle class in America right now… The waiters and waitresses that come in and out of this room and offer us refreshments, they’re not having a good year. The people of the middle class of America are really struggling. And they’re struggling I think in a way because they’re surprised because when they voted for Barack Obama…he promised them that things were going to get a heck a lot of better. He promised hope and change and they’re still waiting.”

***

We really are all the same to Mitt Romney. We’re the ones who serve him and his rich family and friends in thousands of ways daily, we’re the ones who sign the back of a paycheck, we’re the ones who scurry around doing our “jobs.” To Romney it doesn’t matter if a few bucks more or less per hour could change someones entire life for better or worse — all he sees are blobs of meat moving through space, serving finger food, while he collects millions at luncheons to spend on political attack ads.

There are only two classes in Mitt Romney’s world: those who attend his fund-raising lunches and everyone else (the middle class).

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