CONCEPTO CIUDADANO

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kingtexas:

Charmaine Bee . Brooklyn, NY . 2014

" The tincture was formulated to promote an open heart - love - acceptance - acceptance in shifts in love -  release -  nurture.   the tincture contains: hawthorne berry, damiana, motherwort, cinnamon, and honey and it is in a brandy base. i was deep in love when I made it, and it was crafted under the taurus full moon. "

Amazing

Mar 28

#tbt Kelly Bolton double peg to berries - @lax_films #bmxlife #laxfilms #freekb #gyrozone

Feb 28
#tbt Kelly Bolton double peg to berries - @lax_films #bmxlife #laxfilms #freekb #gyrozone

skinnywashere:

Stopped by the @onsomeshit shop while in L.A. These guys have always shown us love, make sure to stop by and check their shop if you’re in town

#skinnywashere

Feb 20

👥 crazy8teen year olds #bitd #backintheday #allterrain #thurstday

Feb 20
👥 crazy8teen year olds #bitd #backintheday #allterrain #thurstday

plagved:

In March 1993, photographer Kevin Carter made a trip to southern Sudan, where he took now iconic photo of a vulture preying upon an emaciated Sudanese toddler near the village of Ayod. Carter said he waited about 20 minutes, hoping that the vulture would spread its wings. It didn’t. Carter snapped the haunting photograph and chased the vulture away. (The parents of the girl were busy taking food from the same UN plane Carter took to Ayod).

The photograph was sold to The New York Times where it appeared for the first time on March 26, 1993 as ‘metaphor for Africa’s despair’. Practically overnight hundreds of people contacted the newspaper to ask whether the child had survived, leading the newspaper to run an unusual special editor’s note saying the girl had enough strength to walk away from the vulture, but that her ultimate fate was unknown. Journalists in the Sudan were told not to touch the famine victims, because of the risk of transmitting disease, but Carter came under criticism for not helping the girl. ”The man adjusting his lens to take just the right frame of her suffering might just as well be a predator, another vulture on the scene,”

Carter eventually won the Pulitzer Prize for this photo, but he couldn’t enjoy it. “I’m really, really sorry I didn’t pick the child up,” he confided in a friend. Consumed with the violence he’d witnessed, and haunted by the questions as to the little girl’s fate, he committed suicide three months later.

Dec 03
plagved:

In March 1993, photographer Kevin Carter made a trip to southern Sudan, where he took now iconic photo of a vulture preying upon an emaciated Sudanese toddler near the village of Ayod. Carter said he waited about 20 minutes, hoping that the vulture would spread its wings. It didn’t. Carter snapped the haunting photograph and chased the vulture away. (The parents of the girl were busy taking food from the same UN plane Carter took to Ayod).
The photograph was sold to The New York Times where it appeared for the first time on March 26, 1993 as ‘metaphor for Africa’s despair’. Practically overnight hundreds of people contacted the newspaper to ask whether the child had survived, leading the newspaper to run an unusual special editor’s note saying the girl had enough strength to walk away from the vulture, but that her ultimate fate was unknown. Journalists in the Sudan were told not to touch the famine victims, because of the risk of transmitting disease, but Carter came under criticism for not helping the girl. ”The man adjusting his lens to take just the right frame of her suffering might just as well be a predator, another vulture on the scene,”
Carter eventually won the Pulitzer Prize for this photo, but he couldn’t enjoy it. “I’m really, really sorry I didn’t pick the child up,” he confided in a friend. Consumed with the violence he’d witnessed, and haunted by the questions as to the little girl’s fate, he committed suicide three months later.

mentalfacts:

Fact# 4077: Doctor Ignaz Semmelweis discovered that by washing his hands between delivering babies cut the mortality rate of infection from 35% to less than 1%. His ideas were rejected by the medical community and upset other doctors so much they put him in a insane asylum. He was beaten to death 14 days later.

Nov 24
mentalfacts:


Fact# 4077: Doctor Ignaz Semmelweis discovered that by washing his hands between delivering babies cut the mortality rate of infection from 35% to less than 1%. His ideas were rejected by the medical community and upset other doctors so much they put him in a insane asylum. He was beaten to death 14 days later.

Shooting Rachel Gonzalez

Nov 12
Shooting Rachel Gonzalez

Your my protein Jesus.

Jul 27
Your my protein Jesus.

thinkers 

Jun 19
thinkers 

A beautiful couple strolling the gardens of The Getty Center

Apr 08

CUTLASS KELLY - kelly bolton neighbor and a fellow friend

Mar 26
CUTLASS KELLY - kelly bolton neighbor and a fellow friend

kingtexas:

Charmaine Bee . Brooklyn, NY . 2014

" The tincture was formulated to promote an open heart - love - acceptance - acceptance in shifts in love -  release -  nurture.   the tincture contains: hawthorne berry, damiana, motherwort, cinnamon, and honey and it is in a brandy base. i was deep in love when I made it, and it was crafted under the taurus full moon. "

Amazing

CONCEPTO CIUDADANO

Posted on Friday February 28th 2014 at 07:43pm. Its tags are listed below.

#tbt Kelly Bolton double peg to berries - @lax_films #bmxlife #laxfilms #freekb #gyrozone
#tbt Kelly Bolton double peg to berries - @lax_films #bmxlife #laxfilms #freekb #gyrozone

#tbt Kelly Bolton double peg to berries - @lax_films #bmxlife #laxfilms #freekb #gyrozone

skinnywashere:

Stopped by the @onsomeshit shop while in L.A. These guys have always shown us love, make sure to stop by and check their shop if you’re in town

#skinnywashere

CONCEPTO CIUDADANO

Posted on Thursday February 20th 2014 at 03:21pm. Its tags are listed below.

👥 crazy8teen year olds #bitd #backintheday #allterrain #thurstday
👥 crazy8teen year olds #bitd #backintheday #allterrain #thurstday

👥 crazy8teen year olds #bitd #backintheday #allterrain #thurstday

plagved:

In March 1993, photographer Kevin Carter made a trip to southern Sudan, where he took now iconic photo of a vulture preying upon an emaciated Sudanese toddler near the village of Ayod. Carter said he waited about 20 minutes, hoping that the vulture would spread its wings. It didn’t. Carter snapped the haunting photograph and chased the vulture away. (The parents of the girl were busy taking food from the same UN plane Carter took to Ayod).
The photograph was sold to The New York Times where it appeared for the first time on March 26, 1993 as ‘metaphor for Africa’s despair’. Practically overnight hundreds of people contacted the newspaper to ask whether the child had survived, leading the newspaper to run an unusual special editor’s note saying the girl had enough strength to walk away from the vulture, but that her ultimate fate was unknown. Journalists in the Sudan were told not to touch the famine victims, because of the risk of transmitting disease, but Carter came under criticism for not helping the girl. ”The man adjusting his lens to take just the right frame of her suffering might just as well be a predator, another vulture on the scene,”
Carter eventually won the Pulitzer Prize for this photo, but he couldn’t enjoy it. “I’m really, really sorry I didn’t pick the child up,” he confided in a friend. Consumed with the violence he’d witnessed, and haunted by the questions as to the little girl’s fate, he committed suicide three months later.
plagved:

In March 1993, photographer Kevin Carter made a trip to southern Sudan, where he took now iconic photo of a vulture preying upon an emaciated Sudanese toddler near the village of Ayod. Carter said he waited about 20 minutes, hoping that the vulture would spread its wings. It didn’t. Carter snapped the haunting photograph and chased the vulture away. (The parents of the girl were busy taking food from the same UN plane Carter took to Ayod).
The photograph was sold to The New York Times where it appeared for the first time on March 26, 1993 as ‘metaphor for Africa’s despair’. Practically overnight hundreds of people contacted the newspaper to ask whether the child had survived, leading the newspaper to run an unusual special editor’s note saying the girl had enough strength to walk away from the vulture, but that her ultimate fate was unknown. Journalists in the Sudan were told not to touch the famine victims, because of the risk of transmitting disease, but Carter came under criticism for not helping the girl. ”The man adjusting his lens to take just the right frame of her suffering might just as well be a predator, another vulture on the scene,”
Carter eventually won the Pulitzer Prize for this photo, but he couldn’t enjoy it. “I’m really, really sorry I didn’t pick the child up,” he confided in a friend. Consumed with the violence he’d witnessed, and haunted by the questions as to the little girl’s fate, he committed suicide three months later.

plagved:

In March 1993, photographer Kevin Carter made a trip to southern Sudan, where he took now iconic photo of a vulture preying upon an emaciated Sudanese toddler near the village of Ayod. Carter said he waited about 20 minutes, hoping that the vulture would spread its wings. It didn’t. Carter snapped the haunting photograph and chased the vulture away. (The parents of the girl were busy taking food from the same UN plane Carter took to Ayod).

The photograph was sold to The New York Times where it appeared for the first time on March 26, 1993 as ‘metaphor for Africa’s despair’. Practically overnight hundreds of people contacted the newspaper to ask whether the child had survived, leading the newspaper to run an unusual special editor’s note saying the girl had enough strength to walk away from the vulture, but that her ultimate fate was unknown. Journalists in the Sudan were told not to touch the famine victims, because of the risk of transmitting disease, but Carter came under criticism for not helping the girl. ”The man adjusting his lens to take just the right frame of her suffering might just as well be a predator, another vulture on the scene,”

Carter eventually won the Pulitzer Prize for this photo, but he couldn’t enjoy it. “I’m really, really sorry I didn’t pick the child up,” he confided in a friend. Consumed with the violence he’d witnessed, and haunted by the questions as to the little girl’s fate, he committed suicide three months later.

mentalfacts:


Fact# 4077: Doctor Ignaz Semmelweis discovered that by washing his hands between delivering babies cut the mortality rate of infection from 35% to less than 1%. His ideas were rejected by the medical community and upset other doctors so much they put him in a insane asylum. He was beaten to death 14 days later.

mentalfacts:

Fact# 4077: Doctor Ignaz Semmelweis discovered that by washing his hands between delivering babies cut the mortality rate of infection from 35% to less than 1%. His ideas were rejected by the medical community and upset other doctors so much they put him in a insane asylum. He was beaten to death 14 days later.

Shooting Rachel Gonzalez
Shooting Rachel Gonzalez

Shooting Rachel Gonzalez

CONCEPTO CIUDADANO

Posted on Wednesday October 16th 2013 at 12:36am. Its tags are listed below.

This is a wake up call for everyone to reevaluate their personal responsibilities, party habits, and what they put inside their bodies. Look out for your friends and even strangers around you. There will always be another party, show, or festival but a person’s life is precious.

CONCEPTO CIUDADANO

Posted on Saturday July 27th 2013 at 02:20am. Its tags are listed below.

Your my protein Jesus.
Your my protein Jesus.

Your my protein Jesus.

CONCEPTO CIUDADANO

Posted on Wednesday June 19th 2013 at 03:53am. Its tags are listed below.

thinkers 
thinkers 

thinkers 

A beautiful couple strolling the gardens of The Getty Center

CUTLASS KELLY - kelly bolton neighbor and a fellow friend
CUTLASS KELLY - kelly bolton neighbor and a fellow friend

CUTLASS KELLY - kelly bolton neighbor and a fellow friend