Reason for my post:
U can NEVER have enough Lesbians in your LIFE
well that said, here comes the introduction:

name: Sem
age: 18
The Netherlands 

I love long boarding, i DONT reconsider myself as a “hippy” which ppl tend to say >:(, i am an open minded earthling who is’t afraid to be harsh at time. I tend to drift away into my own world of peace&disaster,  and uhmm…

I just love Skyping while cooking xD so we can bake some stuff together trough Skype :O 

loves: boarding, Drawing, Food, Weed, art, Nature, Quotes, Friends, you? 
hates: shallowness, prejudices, homophobes, jealousy. 

let’s make this interesting , now shall we~


Vincent van Gogh is considered the greatest Dutch painter after Rembrandt, although he remained poor and virtually unknown throughout his life.

Vincent was born on March 30, 1853, in Groot-Zundert, Netherlands. Van Gogh was a post-impressionist painter whose work, notable for its beauty, emotion and color, highly influenced 20th century art. He struggled with mental illness, and remained poor and virtually unknown throughout his life. Van Gogh died in France on July 29, 1890, at age 37, from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

“As for me, I am rather often uneasy in my mind, because I think that my life has not been calm enough; all those bitter disappointments, adversities, changes keep me from developing fully and naturally in my artistic career.”

ROTF! Corporate lawyers are fond of telling people who sue them

"Do it. MAYBE your great great grandchildren will collect the money."

(But who’ll pay reparations on my soul? Gil Scott-Heron expounds)

The lawsuit will demand reparations from the governments of Britain, France and the Netherlands

Fourteen Caribbean nations have resolved to sue their former colonizers — Britain, France and the Netherlands — for lingering harms that they attribute to the slave trade.

The AP reports that the leaders of the Caribbean Community, a regional consortium, adopted a 10-point plan that would seek an official apology, a cancellation of debts and assistance for cultural and educational institutions.

The regional consortium has hired British human rights firm Leigh Day to pursue the case. Leigh Day previously secured $21.5 million for Kenyans who were tortured under Britain’s colonial era government.


[From: Vincent van Gogh | To: Theo van Gogh | Date: The Hague, on or about Sunday, 1 October 1882]

Van Gogh wrote a letter to his brother Theo in October 1882, sketching some figures from a pew and a larger (full side of a page) sketch of a lottery drawing — “a crowd of folk who evidently attach so much importance to ‘Draw today’” — a prep for what would become his watercolour painting, ‘The Poor and Money’ (1882: Van Gogh museum; last image above).

Read the full letter (in translation) below.

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