my dude @Ras_G is always bending brains with heavy bass!!! get on his level world!! #music DeepSpace9…….SPACEBASE2031 ERA…
really digging this patio/backyard design, sometimes grass is overrated!! #homedesign
if you’re not knowing then get to knowing about Tha Grimm Teachaz - I Getz - Featuring Son Doobie (1993) #music
F**K yeah now THAT’S HOW YOU BREAKFAST!!!
Rolling the streets of LA with this James Blake banger thumping out of my speakers! #music
one of my all time fave tracks by my fave band! Radiohead - Reckoner - by Clement Picon (by radiohead) #music
Just in case you’ve been living under a rock & missed #Kanye’s SNL performance here it is! #NewSlaves
The Doors live at Hollywood Bowl 1968! #RIPRAY #TheDoors #music
Horrible People Are Exploiting Cambodia’s Orphanages
Once upon a time, long before Angelina Jolie got a mastectomy, she adopted a Cambodian child. As a result, privileged Westerners of all nationalities flocked to the country’s orphanages in the hope of simultaneously nurturing a child and their own sense of self-worth.
In 2012 alone, Cambodia was visited by 3.5 million tourists, so I guess someone was eventually bound to put two and two together and realize that the hundreds of orphanages throughout the country could be exploited into becoming a tourist attraction for the rising amount of foreign visitors.
The country’s orphanage boom all began in the early 70s, when Pol Pot marauded around the country, intentionally splitting up villages, slaughtering families and imprisoning the educated populace in an attempt to win the civil war. The tactic worked for Pol and his Khmer Rouge regime, but left thousands of children displaced, so NGOs came flooding in to salvage the situation by building orphanages all over the country.
Thirty years later, Cambodia now boasts more than 500 orphanages—a figure that has doubled in the last decade, presumably because the large donations they receive are a much easier way to make money than actually working. Sadly, that nifty little ruse seems to have become public knowledge, and the exploitation of Cambodia’s orphans has turned into a booming, multi-million dollar industry.
“The End” by The Doors (Live on British TV) #Music #RIPRAY #TheDoors
This kid Toro Y Moi can do no wrong! #music