crying on the god damn dance floor, from now until forever

didgeridooyouloveme:

caseyanthonyofficial:

That gazebo is so fucked

Are you sure gazebo is the correct word?
Are
you 
sure?

didgeridooyouloveme:

caseyanthonyofficial:

That gazebo is so fucked

Are you sure gazebo is the correct word?

Are

you 

sure?

(Source: ForGIFs.com)

(Reblogged from wretchedoftheearth)
Mao’s conduct in 1957 established a pattern he would repeat on a far larger scale during the Cultural Revolution. Seeking to ameliorate the bureaucracy and authoritarianism engendered by state capitalism, Mao called forth a movement to rectify the party. However, the movement soon began to overflow the bounds he had decided for it at the outset, and develop its own definitions of the problems in Chinese society. Once the ferment threatened to undermine the effectiveness of party control, Mao reversed himself, and used state power to quash the very popular energies he claimed to support. Only then did he institute a limited version of the reforms for which the movement
advocated. This was Mao’s practical answer to the questions posed in 1956. He sought to ameliorate the worst aspects of the Soviet model, while retaining his commitment to state capitalism, party rule as a stand-in for proletarian power, and “socialism in one country.” It amounted to a Stalinist critique of Stalinism.
[Bloom and Contend: A Critique of Maoism]

(Source: unityandstruggle.org)

(Reblogged from sydbelle)
(Reblogged from sylmatil)

Despite the recession, all around us, young white professionals and college kids were moving into the neighborhood. Our dear neighbors were evicted from their home with little warning. The head of their household was the heart of the neighborhood, with an open door and delicious food to share; she offered refuge for many of [the] young people in the neighborhood and knew how to keep them out of trouble. The landlord’s excuse was that the house needed to be repaired, and that the family would be welcome to reapply to rent it afterwards, just like anyone else.

They had to move away to another city. The youngest son was forced to switch schools just after being accepted onto his high school football team.

The landlord did a month of negligible repairs on the house and put it on the market. Someone repeatedly stole the “for sale” sign out of the yard until the landlord had to keep it in the window. Finally, the house was rented out at something like double the old rent. The nice white couple that moved in reported to us that the landlord had told them that the previous tenants had died.

[Chapel Hill, North Carolina]

(Source: tidesofflame.files.wordpress.com)

thejogging:

Innovative Salad Concept Strategy, 2014

Google Presentation

(Reblogged from thejogging)
anticapitalist:

stolen from facebook

anticapitalist:

stolen from facebook

(Reblogged from anticapitalist)