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Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie | Official HD Trailer #1 | 2016



A ’70s Board Game Designed to Teach Players About Race, Housing, and Privilege

Source: Slate

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This 1970 board game, Blacks & Whites, created by the magazine Psychology Today, anticipated Scalzi's argument, designing game play to teach adult players about racial privilege and housing. (This particular copy of Blacks & Whites sold at auction in New York yesterday.)

The game, a sideways adaptation of Monopoly, allows players to choose white or black identities."Black" players start the game with $10,000; "white" players with $1,000,000. Rules for each of the game's four housing zones—in "Estate Zone," players playing as black could buy "only when they have one million dollars in assets"—are calibrated to make it hard for the "black" players to climb out of their initial cash deficits. "The goal of the game is to achieve economic equality," writes Swann Auction Galleries' Wyatt H. Day, "yet the game is strategically designed to make a black win impossible."






Read more: http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_vault/2016/04/01/the_game_blacks_and_whites_from_1970_taught_about_race_housing_and_privilege.html


Prince’s Hair Styles From 1978 To 2013 (plus Broadway honors Prince)

Prince was as much a master of reinvention as he was a master of his craft. He changed his name at least seven times and spanned several genres with his music. He played various instruments and he was a producer, an actor, and a director as well as a legendary singer and song writer. Oh, and he also changed his hairstyle 36 times between 1978 and 2013.

As you can see from the below illustrations by artist and set designer Gary Card, Prince was never out of style. Prince WAS style, and unlike most popular musicians today, he didn’t just follow the trends. He SET the trends, and while he may no longer be with us, he’ll still be inspiring generations of musicians and artists for many decades to come.

RIP Prince.



http://www.boredpanda.com/prince-hair-styles-chronology-chart-rogers-nelson-gary-card/






Whatever happened to Hillary's Thx Box?

I see at least one person received it:





Castle fans: ABC dumped Stana Katic (Kate Beckett) & Tamala Jones (Lanie Parish)





Bubble Burst Bernie



Photographer captures stunning photos of dancers in the streets of Cuba

Source: Mashable

On his recent trip to Cuba, photographer Omar Robles captured remarkable snapshots of ballet dancers expressing their art throughout the nation's culture-filled streets.

With 135,000 Instagram followers, Robles is known for his stunning photographs of dancers performing against cityscapes and urban backgrounds.

Robles told Mashable that visiting Cuba has been a lifelong dream. While he was there, he had the pleasure of getting to know some local dancers.

As he mentioned in his blog post, Cuban dancers are some of the best trained in the world — which is another reason he was eager to visit.









Read more: http://mashable.com/2016/04/16/omar-robles-photography-cuban-dancers/#OiFMCEy7NZqj

Acrostic Beat Poem Generator

Put in your user name and see what pops out! http://www.carbonpictures.com/pepper/beatpoemgenerator/

Mine:

Forget Mindfucking You...The Suburbs

Dirt grits beneath me feet
Exhilarating high
My cat clawed my eye
My cat clawed my eye
I warn you of the fate
Because I don't say it, don't mean I ain't thinking it
Life's fabric is corrupt
Up here in the air, this will never hurt
Exhilarating high


Bikers change lives of abused children

World Without Black People

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