Solange acoustic Black Cab Session - “Bad Girls”
Anis Mojgani - For Those Who Can Still Ride An Airplane For the First Time
Anis Mojgani - “Shake the Dust”
Warsan Shire - “For Women Who Are Difficult to Love”
Andrea Gibson - “I Sing the Body Electric, Especially When My Power’s Out”
Bon Iver - “I Can’t Make You Love Me / Nick of Time”
Lianne La Havas - “Empty” Acoustic
Michael Kiwanuka - “I’m Getting Ready” Acoustic Mahogany Session
Derrick Brown - “Church of the Broken Axe Handle”
Matt Corby - “Brother”
we’re all just things waiting to end
They call me slow cook Holmes
The SAT is a scam. It has been around for 50 years. It has never measured anything. And it continues to measure nothing. And the whole game is that everybody who does well on it, is so delighted by their good fortune that they don’t want to attack it. And they are the people in charge. Because of course, the way you get to be in charge is by having high test scores. So it’s this terrific kind of rolling scam that every so often, somebody sort of looks and says—well, you know, does it measure intelligence? No. Does it predict college grades? No. Does it tell you how much you learned in high school? No. Does it predict life happiness or life success in any measure? No. It’s measuring nothing.
John Katzman, founder of The Princeton Review (via thepeacefulterrorist)
Well, it does kind of measure your socioeconomic status and your race though. Which is how it turns from just being a money scam to a racist and classist test that helps to exclude the poor/ POC from top ranked schools and programs.
When he asks if you’re in the mood, look him straight in the eye for a moment and then say “Bitch, I might be.”