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The Inexplicables // Ravin’ Raven

Impressive beatboxing and fuckin’ funky.

@8:51am on 29 Aug
my playlist;  inexplicables;  

little-spoiled-brat:

Nude lips, nude bra. Nude.

Babe.

@8:34am on 29 Aug13+
@9:20pm on 28 Aug6+
class war;  punk;  jacket;  
@6:40pm on 28 Aug867+

My lovely barber friend gave me a haircut and a beard trim!

@1:33pm on 28 Aug9+
personal;  gpoy;  

imagerake:

photography: imagerake.tumblr.com

model: lacey field

@8:51am on 28 Aug4184+

sweetguts:

lifeis4chumps:

no why

a marshmallow is squished beneath the weight of knowledge

@8:50am on 28 Aug513756+
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Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac from "Rumours" Album

anothermusic-blog:

Go Your Own Way - Fleetwood Mac

@8:31am on 28 Aug1109+

The UK is “deeply elitist” according to an analysis of the backgrounds of more than 4,000 business, political, media and public sector leaders.

Small elites, educated at independent schools and Oxbridge, still dominate top roles, suggests the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission study.

It says key institutions do not represent the public they serve.

The Headmasters and Headmistresses Conference of top private heads called the study “unreasonable and unfair”.

HMC chairman Richard Harman, headmaster of Uppingham School, said that to suggest that a high number of people in positions of influence were there simply because they went to private schools was “lazy stereotyping and underestimates the diversity within the sector”.

Only 7% of members of the public attended a private school. But 71% of senior judges, 62% of senior officers in the armed forces, 55% of permanent secretaries in Whitehall, 53% of senior diplomats, 50% of members of the House of Lords and 45% of public body chairs did so. So too did 44% of people on the Sunday Times Rich List, 43% of newspaper columnists, 36% of cabinet ministers, 33% of MPs, 26% of BBC executives and 22% of shadow cabinet ministers.

@7:31am on 28 Aug2+
uk;  politics;  elitism;  social mobility;  class;  
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