Dailyoftheday.com shares that these posters, found in the Bed Stuy area of New York, are being placed around bus shelters throughout the city by anonymous group RISE to remind people that racism still exists.
The in-your-face tone of the posters are meant to contrast the seeming gentrification of the neighborhood, with more “yuppies and buppies” moving into the neighborhood, individuals who have praised the efforts of the police, despite the continuance of the NYPD’s controversial “Stop and Frisk” policy and the potential racial profiling the policy entails.
She has never used it and is not using it under a secret name. She thinks you should have to get a license to use twitter, because “People are so F**king Boring!. Go write it in a journal and mail it to your Grandma.”
Meet Clitt, Geena and Woody
Well, it may not be a “Squiggle Wiggle Writer” but these cute little vibrators are perfect for that little explorer in you. These loin shaking little wonders allow you to have a little fun while exploring all the pleasures your body can deliver. The website does not specify the age range, but I would be willing to bet that these toys will trade better on recess than the now rare twinkie and $20.00. Screw pokemon, I think these are a set worth collecting.
Order yours here.
What is your favorite one-liner from “Hose the Rose” by Jarret Sleeper
As seen on our facebook page yesterday Wednesday, Jan. 16th 2013
Oh dear God no! To those of us who remember Mr. Bubbles (or still use it) it was a bath time adventure. The adventure of soaking in a pillowy mound of pink bubbles, screaming for Mom to come look at your foam beard or bubble hat creations. I remember diving below the mountain of bubbles during my first Mr. Bubbles bath experience and it was so much fun! I will never forget the sweet soapy smell of the popping little bubbles as my Mom lowered a then 4 year old little Justin into the warm water of the white porcelain claw-foot bathtub.