Swimming crabs are characterized by the flattening of the fifth pair of legs into broad paddles, which are used for swimming. This ability, together with their strong, sharp claws, allows many species to be fast and aggressive predators.
She on beat like a muhhfucka
Id smash i bet she a freakcome get ur auntie
That was cute lol
but it was sooooo sweet! she did this for a loved one on his/her battle with cancer. she’s just giving that someone a bright spot in his/her day.
this was really sweet.
black tumblr: they only like white people when they dance black but hate white people for doing “black” shit.
so im just now finding out that afro man is from 83 gangster crips. i always knew he was crip affiliated because of his mannerisms and shit but i wasnt sure what gang,but now i know. he was never really from palmdale he just spent his high school years in palmdale
the villains are always white its very simple.
whats a black child compared to a villain? they aint got no powers and shit.
a black child aint blow up tatooine, a black child aint turn gotham into ashes,a black child aint come around the corner with a tommy gun shouting “HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS!”
how about we get a shape shifting black child that can turn white and do these things and then maybe just maybe white people will “sympathize” with him or her or it(i say it for genderfluipolymergesexual reasons)
a white person is probably behind that twitter account anyway.
"Milton’s Satan is terrifying because he is recognizably human: he exhibits ambition, pride, desire for freedom, and injury at being undervalued. Like Milton’s Satan, Walt is an anti-hero, burningly intelligent and reeking of lust for power.
Walt’s dilemma is the same as Satan’s: how to assert a modicum of control — of free will — against forces larger than oneself. Satan rages against a tyrannical, unjust, uncaring God; Walt battles against the inexplicability of his cancer and a broken health-care system.
Like Milton’s Satan, Walt seeks to reason and justify his rebellion. He invokes art, science, free market rationality, protection of one’s family. In this sense, libertarians and artists alike ought to embrace Walt. He is a radical individual. His product, while problematic, merely feeds demand; demand increases, and so too must production.
Walt risks all to feed a ceaseless, self-destructive desire to be king. For Milton’s Satan, ruling Hell means liberty; for Walt, selling meth means being no one’s bitch. As Milton’s Satan says of Hell, “Here at least / We shall be free.”
– from In Hell, “We Shall Be Free”: On “Breaking Bad” by Michelle Kuo & Albert Wu
Illustration: Paul Gustave Doré, Paradise Lost - The Fall of Satan