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Sorry I couldn’t help it when I saw the gif… just playing around…
Rebecca Belmore (Anishnaabe)
Rebecca Belmore often uses the body to address violence against First Nations people, especially women. The woman in Fringe assumes the same reclining pose as the beautiful odalisques depicted by nineteenth- and twentieth-century European artists, but bears an ugly slash from shoulder to hip. The thin rivulets of blood that run from the gash are composed of small red beads, a detail that evokes both Belmore’s Anishinabe heritage and the trauma inflicted on indigenous peoples. Despite the graveness of the woman’s injury, Belmore’s Fringe is also about healing. The wound is not fatal; she has the strength to recover. But the scar will never disappear.
Yep, that’s when I know for sure I’m screwed re: getting enough sleep for tomorrow.
In the stupid summer and stupid spring, the sun starts a coming up and the birds start a chirping at three in the damn morning and it makes it even harder to sleep because it gives me anxiety that I won’t be able to get enough sleep.
Shit. Can I please just sleep?!
Dying. They are too cute.
The REAL question here is, do they get staff discounts?
If you’ve ever had an idiot ass of a teacher or professor, you’d never.
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This is what Yahoo already had before buying Tumblr.
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