Alex Toth designs for the 1967 Hanna-Barbera Fantastic Four cartoon show; The Skrulls & The Super-Skrull, The Watcher, Doctor Doom, Diablo & The Red Ghost. (From 1996’s Alex Toth: By Design, by the artist & Darrell McNeil.)
In another lifetime, one I will probably not get, I would write a whole book in which the skrulls get to tell their side of the story
jaimie foxx wears a trayvon martin shirt to the BET awards.
macklemore mentions trayvon martin during his acceptance speech at the AMA awards.
the message: PoC are racist crybabies until a white knight notices the issue and plays champion.
1: “Stocks now at record highs (DOW over 16,000) but where is the money??????”
2: “Stocks at record highs but almost half of the schools in my city of Pittsburgh and across the state in Philly are closed by budget cuts???”
3: “Stocks at record highs but students in our city schools in PA are reading 3 students to one book????”
4: “Stocks at record highs but we’re cutting food stamps to MILLIONS of at risk children????”
5: “Stocks at record highs but black poverty is at 27%, Latin@ 27%, Hmong 26%, Bangladeshi 20%, Native American 25%???”
6: “Stocks at record highs but Republicans continue to demonize poor people and POC CONSTANTLY since we are “going bankrupt”???”
7: “CLEARLY we must have no money in this country for education, healthcare or public assistance even as JP Morgan rakes in $21.3 bln profits”
8: “Wake up America. Stocks at record highs but where do YOU and poor communities of color in particular stand??????”)
Thank u basedgod
Religious survey finds 9 percent of Americans believe in Lil B
An annual poll determining religious affiliation in the U.S. found that more than 9 percent of Americans strongly believe in Lil B “The Based God.” Of the 68,000 people surveyed this year by the Pew Research Center, more than 6,200 people hand-wrote in Lil B’s name,
Lil B shared a tweet this morning, just a few hours after Pew published the report:
"THANK U FOR BELIEVING IN ME!!! I BELIEVE IN ME TOO!! LIL B LOVES U!! - Lil B”
Christianity in the U.S. dropped almost 3 percent since last year’s survey, but atheism was hit the hardest, losing a staggering 6 percent of religious affiliation. It’s speculated that the majority of that 6 percent were the ones who wrote in Lil B’s name this year.
David Silverman, American Atheists communications director, expressed dismay at the recent downturn.
"It’s a sad day when people go from not believing in something that isn’t real to believing in something that is real," Silverman said. "I don’t believe it."
David Silverman sounds jealous that no one believes in him.