Late Spring (Yasujiro Ozu, 1949)
2014AW collection : “Big Data”
The concept of 2014 F/W collection is mainly about the issue of “BIG DATA”. Since the beginning of the 21st century, people have Inextricably linked their lives with the cyberworld. Consequently, everyone has two different personalities, one in reality and the other on the internet. With the popularization of the computers and the development of the network, it is convenient to get in touch with people from other countries and easier to acquire information we want. On the other hand, it’s also easier for the governments and large enterprises to receive personal data for every individual. Every click which deepens the contour of one’s personality on the cyberworld will enable the governments and companies to watch over us with less difficulty. Our fall/winter collection is inspired by these social and political issues, and we attempt to express this topic by the aspects of apparel.
Jesus Christ - Brand New
yes mama go awfff
She is flawless. Meanwhile…
"dont be racist" "white humor sucks"
"white people dont get opinions on asian problems" "i (an asian woman) have an opinion on native american issues."
"i understand satire but heres why i dont"
"white people love to minimize my opinion, nope people of color would never say that you are over reacting"
she’s over reacting.
i understand it must be difficult to grasp true facts when your whole face is a myth
what does this even mean?
your face don’t real but facts
fee fees> facts> my mythical face
Honestly though how does a living, breathing human being not take a look at that sentence and go “hang on a minute, this make no sense!”
what doesnt make sense is the fact that you’re white pride?? why??
1. do you know where your cousins are? or what they look like? the ones you haven’t fucked btw!!
2. do you pay rent to your parents?
3. what is your favourite nickelback song?
4. from a scale of 100 to 1,000,000 how many times have you called your mother a bitch to her face?
5. did you cry more when your dog died or when your grandparent died?
please get back to me
Japan Inc. Now Exporting Weapons Defense Contractors
Need Case-by-Case Approval; Some See Retreat From Postwar Pacifism
TOKYO—Japanese military contractors are taking their first steps toward selling weapons abroad since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe relaxed an export ban, a politically sensitive shift for a nation that long hesitated to turn its technology prowess into arms-sales profits.
"We are seeking the possibility to expand our business,” said Takumi Kobayashi, a Kawasaki manager. "The export of defense, it is just the beginning. We are seeing how it will go."
This is important and also very, very frightening.