You don’t know how it is. It’s like I’ve got this angry little person inside me, and I can feel him trying to get out. He’s running out of room because he’s growing bigger and bigger, and so he starts rising up, into my lungs, chest, throat, and I just push him right back down. I don’t want him to come out. I can’t let him out.
Okay so if anybody doesn’t know today is the birthday of Rise from Ladies Code who passed away. And there’s a hashtag for her on Twitter called “ForeverRise,” and BTS fans are seriously using the hashtag to prompt Suga’s mixtape and are even saying SHE RUINED HIS DAY TO PROMOTE???? What is wrong with you people? It’s her birthday and people are celebrating it and it’s just so messed up that armies think it’s “okay” to use HER HASHTAG TO PROMOTE SUGA. ARE YOU INSANE???? I can’t believe people are doing this. And too say the hashtag ruined his promotion is a big no no honey. I can’t even form this in words on how messed up this is. And he has 4 tags to use ya’ll don’t need to use her. mic drop*
‘Rising Up Angry’, Rising Up Angry, Chicago, 1969. Rising Up Angry was a revolutionary socialist New Left organization that engaged in community organizing in Chicago’s poor white neighborhoods. RUA sought to organize poor whites who were overlooked by the middle class-dominated New Left groups that were based on campuses. Many members of RUA identified with the Greaser subculture. References to Greaser culture such as motorcycles, rockabilly music, and late 50s clothing styles appeared alongside articles on guerrilla movements in Africa, police brutality, socialism, and organizing against U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
‘Rising Up Angry’, Rising Up Angry, Chicago, 1974. RUA was a revolutionary socialist organization that organized white working class youth in Chicago, particularly those around the 'greaser’ subculture.