On February 22, 1918, south Texas teacher Jose de la Luz Saenz received a notice from President Woodrow Wilson that he was going to fight in France on behalf of the U.S. Army in World War I. He wrote the following letter to his Mexican-American students:
TO MY STUDENTS:
My dear students:…
Happy Birthday to the Queen herself, Frida Kahlo.
“Hay algunos que nacen con estrella y otros estrellados, y aunque tú no lo quieras creer, yo soy de las estrelladísimas…” -Frida Kahlo
Painting by Otto ‘Tito’ Sturckë
If I’m shopping at Target and I see this, I’m calling the cops.
Seriously. I don’t care about your fucking rights, I just want to buy some dad jeans and maybe a tub of frosted animal crackers without having to worry about your casually slung assault rifle going off and the bullet ricocheting off the price checker and right into my ass. Thanks but no thanks.
This can not be real
but think about it if it was armed black people or hispanic people. They would be considered “thugs” and “criminals”. If it was a group of people from the middle east they would be terrorists, But because it’s like 800 different shades of mayo they’re using their 2nd amendment rights…smdh.
800 different shades of mayo
This is terrifying
Endangered and Fucking Gorgeous
(Ring Mountain, California - 5/2014)