i wanna be the next obama

Thoughts on Get Out

This is the directorial debut of Jordan Peele who is a comedian that has been on Mad TV and Key & Peele. It’s about a interracial relationship about Chris played by Daniel Kaluuya (who was great, he’s british and really nailed the american accent) meeting his girlfriend’s parent played by Allison Williams. When he’s over there are some stange things he’s witnessing. 

This is one of the best horror films I’ve seen and it might be my favourite horror film. I love the racial social commentary it has since Jordan Peele wrote the script from some of his experience since he feels akward being the only black person in a room. the villains in the film are not rednecks or neo naziz, they’re are white liberals. The dad even says that he would vote for Obama a third time if he could. I’ve seen some interviews from Jordan Peele where he talks about how people don’t wanna talk about racism anymore and thinks that it doesn’t exist because Obama has been president. I love what it has to say that we judge people by their race, stereotype and not by their personality. 

The direction is great and I can’t wait for what Jordan Peele does next. The acting is great especially Daniel Kaluuya and Lil Rel Howery who addes some good humour to this film  and I hope everyone from the cast get more roles. The score is also really good and I hope Redbone becomes a hit because it’s one of the best songs released in recent years. 

I know it was released february in U.S, but I hope it gets some Oscar nominations specificaly for the script, directing and picture. I don’t really have any problems with film and I’m glad that it got 100 % for a long time in Rotten Tomatoes until someone gave it a rotten score so now it has 99 %. I don’t know if there’ll be any films I’ll like more than Get Out, but this is a film you should definately watch. 

Grade: A+

The Presidents at Prom
  • George Washington - *majestic prom king*
  • John Adams - "I'm too cool to dance so I'm just gonna stand in the corner and hOLY CRAP IS THAT THE ELECTRIC SLIDE!?"
  • Thomas Jefferson - *too busy writing love poems on the bathroom wall*
  • Abraham Lincoln - *nervously shuffles around the dance floor, sweating over his height*
  • Theodore Roosevelt - Wanna see me do my teddy bear dance?
  • Franklin Roosevelt - *surrounded by girls, but still worrying about that math test next week*
  • JFK - *smooth af gets like ten different phone numbers including the prom queen*
  • Nixon - *spikes the juice and then accidentally drinks it*
  • Jimmy Carter - *dances with all the girls who don't have a date because he's an angel*
  • Reagan - Who needs a date when you're as gorgeous as me?
  • Clinton - *tries to be smooth af but kinda epically fails*
  • George W. Bush - *spends the entire night at the buffet table piling his plate and forgets that he has a date*
  • Barack Obama - Hey I couldn't help but notice you were sitting alone. Wanna join our table?
Rey's Playlist Strikes Again: A Chronicle of Denial
  • me: *listening to Rey's Official Spotify Playlist*
  • Playlist: "Force Of Nature" by Bea Miller
  • me: ok a song about her, she's a force of nature
  • lyrics: "I can see you coming and I stand here waiting"
  • me: nope it's a love song, ok her and Finn
  • lyrics: "It's an F'd up, bad, sick situation"
  • me: but they like each other
  • lyrics: "I can taste the danger but I don't wanna run"
  • me: he's not dangerous to her though??? I'm
  • lyrics: "I feel your lips move in and they take me under"
  • me: relax
  • lyrics: "And I know I'll be broken when it's over, Oh but I can't help but pull you closer"
  • me:
  • me: force bond?
  • lyrics: "I'll be here 'till we collide"
  • me: wat
  • lyrics: "I don't care if I survive"
  • lyrics: "So crash into me one more time"
  • me:
  • Playlist:
  • Disney:
  • crumpled napkin in my trash can:
  • next door neighbor:
  • stop sign:
  • obama:
  • neptune:
  • *BAITING INTENSIFIES*

anonymous asked:

Tell me one of your stories fatimamma

ok i got 1… In 2nd grade I remember we went on a field trip to this forest where u can see wildlife animals n stuff and on the way there we got to pick seats on the bus and mind u its 2nd grade.. meaning my ath was still a lil ho back then and had a big crush on this kid named tanner and mind u I was a big kid if u seen the photos u KNO how I looked like as a kid anyway i went to sit next to him and tanner was looking out the window n I’m like spongebob with the pickle kevin “hi tanner :)” and he like help but he say hello and I sit with him and i jus act like I’m jeopardy I’m like what ur favorite color have u seen spiderman 3 yet what do u wanna be when ur older will u smoke are ur parents voting for Obama do u like ladies and the whole time he probably thinking hello darkness my old friend and wanting to die but I was so in love with this lil skinny ass white boy I really thot he was gonna be my husband that’s why I’m asking all these questions anyway cut to the actual trip there I jus stare at him the whole time.. like I’m dead ass like 👀 at him and he like looking out the window trying to act like I’m not licking his face thru my eyes 👀👅 and i remember the bus BRAKED so quick my ass flew to the back of the next seat and he tried not to laugh like my lil thicc ass face flying to the front GOD anyway we get there he finds his buddies I go with my buddies that’s it I remember buying a throwaway camera from costco for the trip and all the pictures are him I’m literally following him the whole time sjsndngfn anyway go back to the bus we on the bus n I sit with him again he like turn around and die and when I sit with him I’m like a lil bic is tired :/ so i lean my head on his shoulder and he LITWRALLY like o my god.. And in my head Enrique Iglesias is playing n shi and honesly i never seen a more tense boy in my life…I was like 7 years old so my ass didn’t see the signs until like last year that i made that boy so uncomfortable while I thot I was seducing him back then sjsndns I hate elementary school so muc ppl still remember my crush for him :/ rip

anonymous asked:

how do you reconcile and feel about obama, as a black woman?

“reconcile as a black woman” Do you realize how fucking patronizing and underhanded of a question is this? Are black people not capable of recognizing and opposing oppressive standards that too oppresses their people and community, because a black token now represents them?

First of all, feel free to look through my extensive “Obama” tag if you’re lost on where I stand with the man and the violence he enacts on societies all over the globe, not excluding in Africa and the Caribbean.

Listen to me, because apparently this is lost on you. Obama is a not a president for Black people. He’s the current heir to a genocidal, imperial, warmongering empire that is fundamentally, foundationally and perpetually antiblack.

He cozies up with investors of privatized prison stock, which overwhelmingly targets and has a vested stake in decimating black livelihood and families. He just signed over a ten year deal with the president of Djibouti to keep military and drone presence alive and thriving in the Horn of Africa for the next decade. Speaking of the Horn of Africa, might I remind you that Somalis have been under drone siege for the past several years and Eritrea (my country) is under debilitating sanctions based on frivolous claims of supporting militant groups?

Do you wanna go ask exploited Haitians who were prevented a wage increase by personal request of Obama how they reconcile him and being Black? Or perhaps the Somalis who were trapped for years on end languishing in Guantanamo Bay right alongside Afghan and Yemeni prisoners? How about the scores of Africans whose nations have been subject to American military presence thanks to the extension of AFRICOM? Maybe Assata Shakur who remains exiled with a bounty on her body (dead or alive) for challenging white supremacist and imperial standards. Possibly the vast black communities in Palestine, Pakistan and Iran who live under military occupation/apartheid, drone warfare and economic sanctions respectively, at personal doing of Obama?

The sad truth is that you’ve given into the liberal myth of a post racial and Black friendly society because the president is Black, when the truth remains the standards and conditions of black life (both within and outside the US) haven’t improved in any considerable standard. The world is viciously antiblack and so was this question.

  • Me: we should sing a song or something
  • Person: okay sure let me guess you wanna sing some taylor swift
  • Me: I mean I don't mind we can sing whatever yo- IM STANFING ALONE IN A CROWDED ROOM AND WERE NOT SPEAKING
  • Obama: AND IM DYING TO KNOW IS IT KILLING YOU LIKE ITS KILLING ME YEEEAAHHH
  • Kim Jong-un: I DONT KNOW WHAT TO SAY SINCE THE TWIST OF FATE WHEN IT ALL BROKE DOWN
  • Jesus: AND THE STORY OF US LOOKS A LOT LIKE A TRAGEDY NOW
  • Everyone: NEXT CHAPTER

anonymous asked:

Is it impossible to talk about how white people or men or whatever might have societal advantages because of certain systems without personally insulting said people??

When you think like this you’re really just insulting the intellegance of everyone, including yourself.

Making blanket statements of who’s privileged and who’s oppressed is the first thing you are doing wrong. Why do you want people to “check their privileges” anyway, making people feel some type of way about how they were born? And why would you want to convince people that they’re oppressed or underprivileged or whatever you wanna call it…because of how they are born? You’re killing 2 birds with 1 stone here and not in the good way. I thought going after people for how they were born was wrong? That’s what the gays and blacks have always said but…not no more?

And money is the only privilege that matters anyway. Money can open doors for you regardless of what you look like, money is power. This seems to always go ignored in this narrative and I know why- it would kill the agenda to acknowledge that money makes the world go round. Not race or creed or gender, sex…money.

You shouldn’t be trying to make generalizations like this anyway, look at things from a person to person standpoint. Me, a black bisexual mentally ill trans guy, I have more privilege than the heterosexual cis white guy who sleeps at the bus station every night and doesn’t know where his next meal will come from. That alone should be enough to break your logic, and I can toss out a bunch of them. Pretty sure Obama has more privilege than some white lady who works night and day at Walmart to make ends meet. It’s not so simple as you would want it to be.

If you wanna try and make this black and white then you will fail, that is not the reality we live in. The reason it is insulting is because it’s really, really, like omfg seriously just plain stupid. To everyone. I don’t appreciate people trying to claim I’m underprivileged, it makes me sound weak and helpless, and I’m not any of that. And on the reverse, someone who worked hard to be where they are, you’re just choosing to ignore all that they put in to get what they want in this life. And if I were them, I’d be pissed.

The fact that y'all out here running your mouths any kind of way towards “the oppressors” should tell you something, try that shit in the 3rd world and see how long you’re allowed to go on… see how long til someone checks your privilege and makes you acknowledge your place, the place they think you should be in an actual oppressive society. Probably kill you, depending on how you look.

Ugh…let me stop here before this turns into a full on rampage. To answer you: You dont. Stop being that person, it’s arrogant and narrow-minded for you to pretend to know a goddamn thing about someone else’s life then to try and tell them to recognize how good they got it based on how they look. Not to even mention that you’re wrong anyway considering the “systems of oppression” WERE NOT “created by straight white men” or do you have such little faith in every other demographic that you basically think they had nothing to do with how the world works now? That’s insulting too.

Omg there’s just so much wrong in this narrative, just let me stop here before I never do. Stop looking at people like they owe you anything or like you owe them anything or like you deserve something…. stop.

Did you know that race relations were actually going really well before this wave of stupidity? We were going good 10-20 years ago, til all you assholes wanted people to check their friggin privilege all the time…now we’re back to square one, and you’re part of that problem for holding this type of bigoted mentality. Everyone else is trying to look at people like they’re people, not some “intersection of privileges”, a collection of descriptors or whatever the hell. Give it a try man.

Are there some instances where someone has a privilege over another? Ofc. But are you really gonna turn to someone and be like “my life sucks cause you’re white and I’m not” like learn to take some responsibility for your own life and quit trying to blame the world for your shortcummings. Grow up. Work harder. Figure out how to navigate this world without stepping on others.

Ok for real, I’m hitting post now.

Actually no, last thing: Almost every instance of “privilege” or “proof of systematic blahzieblah” has been disproven countless times, so when is this shit going to stop? And what exactly does checking ones privilege even do for anyone? I check it and now what? Your ego has been stroked? What do you even expect to come out of this other than putting someone on the defensive for the assumptions you’re making about their life? Like literally, it’s checked, now where do we go? How has this actually solved any problems? Has it made anyone’s life better on the other side? What is the friggin point?

UGHHH ok, I’m done

BO$$ (LYRICS)

Everyday is payday, swipe my card then I do the nae nae

You talkin’ to a lady, I wanna a Kanye not a Ray J

So less a “No no”, I’m a Maybach and you’s a Volvo

This convo be like Dre, I already know whatcha tryna say

You say that you a baller and I see you tryna holla

But that ain’t how I was brought

NEXT! Working for the money cuz that’s how my momma taught me

So your ass better show me some respect!

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

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Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

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Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

C-O-N-F-I-D-E-N-T

That’s me, I’m confident, don’t want your compliments, use common sense

I’m on my Michelle Obama… Shhhhhut your mouth

Boy I think you know who run this house

I aint thirsten for no bae ‘cause I already know whatcha tryna say

You say that you a baller and I see you tryna holla

But that ain’t how I was brought

NEXT! Working for the money cuz that’s how my momma taught me

So your ass better show me some respect!

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

I pledge allegiance to my independent girls in here (whooa baby)

so if you’re with us c'mon let me hear you say yeah, yeah, yeah, yeaaah

You say that you a baller and I see you tryna holla

But that ain’t how I was brought (noooooooooooo)

NEXT! Working for the money cuz that’s how my momma taught me

So your ass better show me some respect!

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars

BOSS

Michelle Obama purse all heavy gettin’ Oprah Dollars