“@XSTROLOGY: #Saggitarius is irritated by people who try to hold them back from being who they want to be. Let this free spirit fly.” OmgYES
explains why urbanites are less prosocial than country people are: urbanites don’t need any more interaction.
Thanks, Laura G. You put me on! Makes a lot of sense, too.
Randomly remembering friend’s #jokes, i.e. @Dreking06: “We playin’ buttnaked tag. Everyone get undressed - I’m ‘IT.’” @j_chege @TheMikeFab
Mondays are bad, but #sundays are the worst! Ughhh
Clarence Muse was a lawyer who developed a thriving career as an actor, screenwriter, director and composer in the early 1900s. He is known as the first African-American to star in a film (“Broken Earth” in 1936). With an all-black amateur cast, the film focused on the incredible hardship of black farmers, with real back-breaking plow scenes to engage the audience.
It’s sad to say, but I feel like these Little Known Black History Facts pieces could easily be renamed or dually entitled Forgotten History. In my history of Africa class (origins to 1600) yesterday, one student, an Eastern European immigrant who’s age ranges anywhere between 25-32, who’s been in America for going on a decade, raised her hand to ask what Black History Month is; she had never heard of it.
Some may claim this to be an extreme case, but who really - white AND black - knows anything about American history from other perspectives aside from the P.O.V. of White America?
looool who comes up with this morbid, yet silly, matching captions and pix?