Todd Kincannon later conceded that, if concentration camps aren’t going to work, “mental institutions will do just fine”
Trust me, there’s more than just trans people he wants to see in camps, but this is what will give him the least backlash.
PASS THIS ON LIKE A JOINT AT A COLLEGE PARTY, FOLLOWERS. I WANT TO SEE THIS FUCKER FACE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES FOR THIS DISGUSTING THING.
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Hilarious but fun science fact! The reason why this works is because of the rhythm syncopation. All of these songs (and most songs by black musicians) have 2/4 bass count. (1 and 2 and 1 and 2) rather than a 4/4 count ( 1 and 1 and 1 and 1) beat you see in other genre. This 2/4 count is similar to the human heartbeat. It’s why we have a a better grasp of rhythm in music and in dance.
reposting for these receipts ^^
But can I just get a mix of all these songs
This is too.cool!
Best thing ever
“His hands cant hit what his eyes cant see.” - Muhammed Ali
re-blog everytime. this shit is remarkable
this blows my fuckin’ mind every time.
Just… Look… Just look
Your Body Is Beautiful And You Are A G o d d e s s
i absolutely adore this but aren’t skinny girls in there? some girls have a high metabolism and they stay relly skinny even if they eat a ton. are they not beautiful?
No but seriously…include skinny folk. Some may be anorexic and may even believe they are not beautiful. This is not true and they need to be reminded that ALL bodies are beautiful.
Skinny bodies are great! All bodies are great! But OP wanted to celebrate girls with big bodies in this particular post. Nothing in here says that skinny girls aren’t beautiful; this post just isn’t for them.
It’s basically the same as making a post about beautiful black girls and saying “But what about white girls???” Both are beautiful, but one has more representation than the other. Skinny girls have a lot of media celebrating their body type while fat girls have very few positive spaces. Bringing skinny girls into a post specifically meant to celebrate big bodies reeks of the whole “BUT WHAT ABOUT ME” mentality.