Ummm… Get the black and the purple one the fuck outta there..keep it original BITCH
Fucking for real
Kendrick Lamar x Schoolboy Q
I swear that I’m a dreamer and that’s all ill ever be
Cause when the morning comes I’m fighting to pick up my feet
And I keep talking like I know you even though I never did
But I really wish I could call you my friend
I would take you out for coffee, we’d share stories of our souls
Talk about how we like being alone
And even though you’d never miss me while I’m out there on the road
You’d be the only one I think of when I dream of coming home
Call me crazy, baby, but I don’t know what to do
I’m an honest man when it’s hard to tell the truth
I don’t know what I’m doing but I know what I’ve become
I’m a drunk, you’re my alcohol
In the evening when I lay here and I pick apart my lines
Even writing seems so pointless when nothing ever rhymes
But the truth is in the message and the words I always steal
From the good times and the bad I refuse to feel
I’ve been beaten down, I’ve been bruised
Told myself I could handle the truth
I gave strength not to myself but to the selfish
I don’t know what I’m doing but I know just what I’ve become
I’m a drunk, and you’re my alcohol
New song, studio in less than 36 hours to begin working on the new EP. Can’t wait!
The protests in Ukraine have taken a deadlier turn this week, and one image in particular has captured the Internet’s attention: that of a blood-drenched father and son walking past a Ukrainian officer in riot gear.
Taken by a Reuters freelancer named Vlad Sodel, the photo highlights not only the devastation and violence in Kiev, but also how civilian and government forces have been pitted against each other.
Since the photo was posted online on Tuesday, it has gone viral on Reddit and Twitter, and has gone on to be used at news outlets such as the Atlantic, Business Insider and the New York Daily News to represent the horrors of “Bloody Tuesday.”
So who are the civilians in this photo? Internet sleuths have identified the father as Mykola Kuznetsov, a professor at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. It has not been determined whether Kuznetsov and his son were participating in protests, or whether they were just bystanders caught in the crossfire.