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Since Muhammad can’t be physically depicted, could they maybe make a film about his life from his POV with the camera being his eyes? Or would that be just about borderline blasphemy?


I find it sad how I really get those old, 1940s/ 1950s feelings where if I see a Black person on TV, especially in a show I like, I get so excited.


I’m not going to apologize for my heart, okay?


I’m not going to apologize for my heart, okay?


Last year’s sleeper hit returns to let people know, Orphan Black does live up to the hype.

Review (with Spoilers)
Last year, Orphan Black came in like a summer breeze, and stormed out like a tornado, and since the 1st season Tatiana Maslany has found herself winning and being nominated for many accolades for her role(s). However, with such a dramatic rise, especially from a show hosted on BBC America, which I have honestly never watched before this show, there is the question: Does this live up to the hype? Well, whether fans from the beginning or seeking this out of curiosity, let me tell you that the season 2 premiere doesn’t just live up to the hype, but may even up the ante.

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If you can say Schwarzenegger, you can say Esparza

- Raúl Esparza on idiots who kept pressuring him to change his name to something less latino. (via magnetic-rose)

Our names are not a burden.

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bae: hey come over

me: i cant

bae: my parents aren’t hom-

me: i’ll be over there faster than a barefoot jackrabbit on a hot greasy griddle in the middle of august





I think one thing it’s important to know about Pac was that he was able to have long-term relationships and friendships with women. And that he still means so much to his friends. If he were just screwing around with these women, people wouldn’t remember that. That’s not stuff you cry about after someone is gone. You’re sad that you can’t talk to him anymore. He listened to his friends intently. And remember everything. I can’t believed he could remember things will all that weed he smoked. I’d say to him, I’m glad your brain still works.” 

              — Jasmine Guy


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