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Bernie Sanders, Struggle, and Bernie: Bernie Sanders instructs young man on the importance of class struggle and socialised healthcare [2016]
Bernie Sanders, Struggle, and Bernie: Bernie Sanders instructs young man on the importance of class struggle and socialised healthcare [2016]

Bernie Sanders instructs young man on the importance of class struggle and socialised healthcare [2016]

Bernie Sanders, Gif, and Mood: snoopingasusualisee: snoopingasusualisee: relishboi: bernie sanders SAVAGE mood board
Bernie Sanders, Gif, and Mood: snoopingasusualisee:

snoopingasusualisee:

relishboi:
bernie sanders SAVAGE mood board

snoopingasusualisee: snoopingasusualisee: relishboi: bernie sanders SAVAGE mood board

Bernie Sanders, Gif, and Mood: snoopingasusualisee: snoopingasusualisee: relishboi: bernie sanders SAVAGE mood board
Bernie Sanders, Gif, and Mood: snoopingasusualisee:

snoopingasusualisee:

relishboi:
bernie sanders SAVAGE mood board

snoopingasusualisee: snoopingasusualisee: relishboi: bernie sanders SAVAGE mood board

Kkk, Lmao, and Protest: jeza-red: kaijuno: bigtuna108: naamahdarling: catsandwitchcraft: catsandwitchcraft: catsandwitchcraft: kristina-meister: jimmythejiver: thecringeandwincefactory: wonderdave: The whole Pepsi commercial thing reminded me that people always mis-remember the famous flower in the gun barrel photo as being a young woman. It wasn’t. The photo, taken by Bernie Boston, is of George Edgerly Harris III better known by his stage name Hibiscus. He was a member of the San Francisco based radical gay liberation theater troupe the Cockettes. He died of AIDS in 1982 at the time AIDS was still referred to by the name GRID which stood for Gay Related Immuno-Deficiency. The photo was taken at a protest at the Pentagon.  I had no idea who he was, thank you. This is one example of the Mandela Effect phenomena, where an iconic moment is reenacted with a hippy woman so many times that people think that’s the story and thus another gay man is written out of history. Thanks for the photo. I had no idea. Wow. This photo was taken by Bernie Boston, a black/native man who willingly stood up to a chapter of the KKK and earned their respect among other things I get the subject is important, but please dont erase Bernie. I knew him personally and he deserves to be remembered and by only remembering the subject, a white man, you erase a black man. @vaspider could you reblog this version too, please? I am deeply upset by Bernie’s erasure from his own work. Reblogging for credit to the photographer, and so I can look up his work on desktop later. I think the reason some people think it was a woman who put the flower in the Gun barrel is because of this picture taken at the same protest Yeah lmao “the Mandela effect in action” no there’s just two different pictures plot thickens :O
Kkk, Lmao, and Protest: jeza-red:

kaijuno:

bigtuna108:


naamahdarling:

catsandwitchcraft:

catsandwitchcraft:


catsandwitchcraft:


kristina-meister:

jimmythejiver:

thecringeandwincefactory:

wonderdave:


The whole Pepsi commercial thing reminded me that people always mis-remember the famous flower in the gun barrel photo as being a young woman. It wasn’t. The photo, taken by Bernie Boston, is of George Edgerly Harris III better known by his stage name Hibiscus. He was a member of the San Francisco based radical gay liberation theater troupe the Cockettes. He died of AIDS in 1982 at the time AIDS was still referred to by the name GRID which stood for Gay Related Immuno-Deficiency. The photo was taken at a protest at the Pentagon. 
I had no idea who he was, thank you.

This is one example of the Mandela Effect phenomena, where an iconic moment is reenacted with a hippy woman so many times that people think that’s the story and thus another gay man is written out of history. Thanks for the photo.


I had no idea. Wow.

This photo was taken by Bernie Boston, a black/native man who willingly stood up to a chapter of the KKK and earned their respect among other things
I get the subject is important, but please dont erase Bernie. I knew him personally and he deserves to be remembered and by only remembering the subject, a white man, you erase a black man.




@vaspider could you reblog this version too, please? I am deeply upset by Bernie’s erasure from his own work. 


Reblogging for credit to the photographer, and so I can look up his work on desktop later.


I think the reason some people think it was a woman who put the flower in the Gun barrel is because of this picture taken at the same  protest


Yeah lmao “the Mandela effect in action” no there’s just two different pictures

plot thickens :O

jeza-red: kaijuno: bigtuna108: naamahdarling: catsandwitchcraft: catsandwitchcraft: catsandwitchcraft: kristina-meister: jimmythe...

Kkk, Protest, and Respect: naamahdarling: catsandwitchcraft: catsandwitchcraft: catsandwitchcraft: kristina-meister: jimmythejiver: thecringeandwincefactory: wonderdave: The whole Pepsi commercial thing reminded me that people always mis-remember the famous flower in the gun barrel photo as being a young woman. It wasn’t. The photo, taken by Bernie Boston, is of George Edgerly Harris III better known by his stage name Hibiscus. He was a member of the San Francisco based radical gay liberation theater troupe the Cockettes. He died of AIDS in 1982 at the time AIDS was still referred to by the name GRID which stood for Gay Related Immuno-Deficiency. The photo was taken at a protest at the Pentagon.  I had no idea who he was, thank you. This is one example of the Mandela Effect phenomena, where an iconic moment is reenacted with a hippy woman so many times that people think that’s the story and thus another gay man is written out of history. Thanks for the photo. I had no idea. Wow. This photo was taken by Bernie Boston, a black/native man who willingly stood up to a chapter of the KKK and earned their respect among other things I get the subject is important, but please dont erase Bernie. I knew him personally and he deserves to be remembered and by only remembering the subject, a white man, you erase a black man. @vaspider could you reblog this version too, please? I am deeply upset by Bernie’s erasure from his own work. Reblogging for credit to the photographer, and so I can look up his work on desktop later.
Kkk, Protest, and Respect: naamahdarling:

catsandwitchcraft:

catsandwitchcraft:


catsandwitchcraft:


kristina-meister:

jimmythejiver:

thecringeandwincefactory:

wonderdave:


The whole Pepsi commercial thing reminded me that people always mis-remember the famous flower in the gun barrel photo as being a young woman. It wasn’t. The photo, taken by Bernie Boston, is of George Edgerly Harris III better known by his stage name Hibiscus. He was a member of the San Francisco based radical gay liberation theater troupe the Cockettes. He died of AIDS in 1982 at the time AIDS was still referred to by the name GRID which stood for Gay Related Immuno-Deficiency. The photo was taken at a protest at the Pentagon. 
I had no idea who he was, thank you.

This is one example of the Mandela Effect phenomena, where an iconic moment is reenacted with a hippy woman so many times that people think that’s the story and thus another gay man is written out of history. Thanks for the photo.


I had no idea. Wow.

This photo was taken by Bernie Boston, a black/native man who willingly stood up to a chapter of the KKK and earned their respect among other things
I get the subject is important, but please dont erase Bernie. I knew him personally and he deserves to be remembered and by only remembering the subject, a white man, you erase a black man.




@vaspider could you reblog this version too, please? I am deeply upset by Bernie’s erasure from his own work. 


Reblogging for credit to the photographer, and so I can look up his work on desktop later.

naamahdarling: catsandwitchcraft: catsandwitchcraft: catsandwitchcraft: kristina-meister: jimmythejiver: thecringeandwincefactory: ...