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odlasirhc:


too young for you if she dont know where this is from.

odlasirhc:

too young for you if she dont know where this is from.

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ferreroroger:

officialwarriors:

People Doubted Mark Jackson,  I said, give him time…people said, I want “Monta, not Steph” Well, looks like I’m 2 for 2…YES!

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apeculiarsprezzatura:

DAFT PUNK - GET LUCKY (FEAT. PHARRELL WILLIAMS) OFFICIAL RELEASE

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@kmsusvilla and my spot for the fireworks #sd #bigbayboom  (Taken with Instagram at San Diego Embarcadero)

@kmsusvilla and my spot for the fireworks #sd #bigbayboom (Taken with Instagram at San Diego Embarcadero)

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IN HONOR OF MEMORIAL DAY: During World War II, President Franklin Roosevelt pledged that Filipinos who fight for the United States will be granted citizenship and military benefits. As a result, over 200,000 Filipinos fought side by side with American soldiers during World War II. Shortly after the war ended, that promise was taken back with the Recission Act of 1946. It was not until 2009 when President Obama signed a bill that would give Filipino World War II veterans a lump sum compensation of $15K ($9K for those living in the Philippines) to the less than 18,000 veterans who are still alive today. Yes, such an amount is not commensurate to the benefits they missed out on for over 50 years, but yet to this day a majority of them still have not received such meager compensation. So, LET US REMEMBER THE FILIPINO VETERANS WHO WERE NOT ONLY VICTIMS OF WORLD WAR II, BUT ALSO VICTIMS OF INSTITUTIONALIZED RACISM.

IN HONOR OF MEMORIAL DAY: During World War II, President Franklin Roosevelt pledged that Filipinos who fight for the United States will be granted citizenship and military benefits. As a result, over 200,000 Filipinos fought side by side with American soldiers during World War II. Shortly after the war ended, that promise was taken back with the Recission Act of 1946. It was not until 2009 when President Obama signed a bill that would give Filipino World War II veterans a lump sum compensation of $15K ($9K for those living in the Philippines) to the less than 18,000 veterans who are still alive today. Yes, such an amount is not commensurate to the benefits they missed out on for over 50 years, but yet to this day a majority of them still have not received such meager compensation. So, LET US REMEMBER THE FILIPINO VETERANS WHO WERE NOT ONLY VICTIMS OF WORLD WAR II, BUT ALSO VICTIMS OF INSTITUTIONALIZED RACISM.

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RaySeanJustin show @dosdimensional @justinistoocoolforinstagram (Taken with instagram)

RaySeanJustin show @dosdimensional @justinistoocoolforinstagram (Taken with instagram)

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vaginawitchcraft:

Fo real

vaginawitchcraft:

Fo real

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