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Demi Lovato, Memes, and Disney Channel: DEMI LOUATO IS FULLY ON BOARD WITH AN R-RATED CAMP ROCK 3 NEWS Camp Rock fans, get ready to break out your flat irons, because it appears Camp Rock 3 may actually be within the realm of possibility. Only, you won’t be able to find it on Disney Channel. Because it’ll be WAY too dirty for kids to handle. _ According to Demi Lovato, all of Joe Jonas's talk about making a β€œdark” and β€œadult” reboot of their beloved 2008 DCOM (and its 2010 sequel) was her idea... and they’re completely serious about it. _ β€œYes, we're totally gonna do it,” Demi told Entertainment Tonight over the weekend. β€œIt'd be like American Pie meets Disney Channel... It's going to happen.” _ Her comments came after Joe told Marie Claire that a grown-up sequel had been discussed, and after he got fans in a tizzy with a pic of he and Demi captioned β€œCR3?”. _ β€œDo the graduating days, make it kinda dark. An adult film,” he said. β€œWell, not an adult film. An R-rated film. We've joked around about the idea a couple times.” _ Are we ready for a world where β€œWe Rock” becomes β€œWe Fuck” and β€œWho Will I Be” becomes β€œWho Will I Be (Let’s Role Play)”? Jury’s still out β€” we’re waiting on the other two JoBros to weigh in. Your move, Nick and Kev. _ by Madeline Roth
Demi Lovato, Memes, and Disney Channel: DEMI LOUATO IS FULLY ON BOARD WITH AN
 R-RATED CAMP ROCK 3
 NEWS
Camp Rock fans, get ready to break out your flat irons, because it appears Camp Rock 3 may actually be within the realm of possibility. Only, you won’t be able to find it on Disney Channel. Because it’ll be WAY too dirty for kids to handle. _ According to Demi Lovato, all of Joe Jonas's talk about making a β€œdark” and β€œadult” reboot of their beloved 2008 DCOM (and its 2010 sequel) was her idea... and they’re completely serious about it. _ β€œYes, we're totally gonna do it,” Demi told Entertainment Tonight over the weekend. β€œIt'd be like American Pie meets Disney Channel... It's going to happen.” _ Her comments came after Joe told Marie Claire that a grown-up sequel had been discussed, and after he got fans in a tizzy with a pic of he and Demi captioned β€œCR3?”. _ β€œDo the graduating days, make it kinda dark. An adult film,” he said. β€œWell, not an adult film. An R-rated film. We've joked around about the idea a couple times.” _ Are we ready for a world where β€œWe Rock” becomes β€œWe Fuck” and β€œWho Will I Be” becomes β€œWho Will I Be (Let’s Role Play)”? Jury’s still out β€” we’re waiting on the other two JoBros to weigh in. Your move, Nick and Kev. _ by Madeline Roth

Camp Rock fans, get ready to break out your flat irons, because it appears Camp Rock 3 may actually be within the realm of possibility. Only...

Broomstick, Memes, and πŸ€–: Open Up Your Rounded Shoulders @dr.jacob harden MOVE BETTER MONDAY: SHOULDER MOBILITY The shoulder dislocate is a great drill and can make for a wonderful addition to both your warm up and your prehab routine. It takes the shoulder joint through a full πŸ”ƒ circumduction motion and will help you build and maintain excellent shoulder mobility. This drill is one of my ☝ top recommendations for anyone sitting at a desk all day as it opens up the thoracic spine and pecs, helping get you out of that kyphotic, rounded shoulders posture. And the best part is, you can do it right at 🏠 home or in the gym with a broomstick or PVC pipe. I like to warm up the tissues by doing 15 reps of πŸ™‹ one arm up and over at a time and then repeat in the other direction. Then go into the full dislocate where you move πŸ™† both arms back and forth. If you have really tight shoulders, you'll need to start out at the widest grip length. As your shoulders open up, you can start a bring the hands in. Make sure to keep the ribs ‡ down so that you create motion only at the shoulder and don't hyperextend the lumbar spine. Add it into your routine once or twice every day this week and you'll feel much better come Friday. πŸ˜„ And then I'll have a new one for you next Monday! . 🎡 - Rakeem Miles - A Dollar A Day MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody
Broomstick, Memes, and πŸ€–: Open Up
 Your Rounded
 Shoulders
 @dr.jacob harden
MOVE BETTER MONDAY: SHOULDER MOBILITY The shoulder dislocate is a great drill and can make for a wonderful addition to both your warm up and your prehab routine. It takes the shoulder joint through a full πŸ”ƒ circumduction motion and will help you build and maintain excellent shoulder mobility. This drill is one of my ☝ top recommendations for anyone sitting at a desk all day as it opens up the thoracic spine and pecs, helping get you out of that kyphotic, rounded shoulders posture. And the best part is, you can do it right at 🏠 home or in the gym with a broomstick or PVC pipe. I like to warm up the tissues by doing 15 reps of πŸ™‹ one arm up and over at a time and then repeat in the other direction. Then go into the full dislocate where you move πŸ™† both arms back and forth. If you have really tight shoulders, you'll need to start out at the widest grip length. As your shoulders open up, you can start a bring the hands in. Make sure to keep the ribs ‡ down so that you create motion only at the shoulder and don't hyperextend the lumbar spine. Add it into your routine once or twice every day this week and you'll feel much better come Friday. πŸ˜„ And then I'll have a new one for you next Monday! . 🎡 - Rakeem Miles - A Dollar A Day MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody

MOVE BETTER MONDAY: SHOULDER MOBILITY The shoulder dislocate is a great drill and can make for a wonderful addition to both your warm up and...

Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: Because you need the cutest girl you have seen wearing orange, on your timeline D Qchakabars In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, β€œThe beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: Because you need the cutest girl you have
 seen wearing orange, on your timeline D
 Qchakabars
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, β€œThe beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the g...

Memes, Scholar, and πŸ€–: Call me crazy but llove to See people happy and succeeding. Life is a journey, not a competition. Call me crazy but we are all important. Sometimes I feel like I am holding together a rock and a hard place, but I can only be me so I will keep being honest. To be able ignore the social forces, upon which our society is created is a privilege, that some have to different degrees. I generalise a lot, but when trying to get a message out to the people in general this is the Quickest way. I don't see myself as a scholar, I never even went to collage, but I am studying at the university of life. This enables me to see the global as well as the local. I am studying classism, sexism and racism. But to study this you have to be a historian as well as a social scientist and psychologist. I am studying holistic health, as well as fitness and communication. So I am studying biology as well as physics and relationships. Many of us are scared to study ourselves. We get so caught up in our relationships with people we are f*cking, that we forget to unite against governments f*cking all of us. I am studying to be a nutritionist so that I can save lives and educate people. At some point I will be asked where my nutrition degree is, but as long as I understand the body acts on food at bio molecular level and can explain this to the people, it doesn't matter that I am not going to university. So many people spend all of their lives studying but then never teach. We are stuck on download, but we need to upload to the people in a way, they can overstand on all levels. Scholars are cool and I will never take away from the works of the minds of the brilliant, but if you only produce material for a niche group of people then your energy investment, to energy return ratio isn't productive. Also you don't need a man or an institution to tell you that you have a brain in order to use it. Universities give you a degree of knowledge but they never give you the wholistic knowledge of a subject, because of the people who control what information gets taught. Look at how many sick doctors there are, look at how many historians only teach you the Eurocentric version of global history. There are many professors of philosophy who only teach you what men think but never women.
Memes, Scholar, and πŸ€–: Call me crazy but llove to See
 people happy and succeeding.
 Life is a journey, not
 a competition.
Call me crazy but we are all important. Sometimes I feel like I am holding together a rock and a hard place, but I can only be me so I will keep being honest. To be able ignore the social forces, upon which our society is created is a privilege, that some have to different degrees. I generalise a lot, but when trying to get a message out to the people in general this is the Quickest way. I don't see myself as a scholar, I never even went to collage, but I am studying at the university of life. This enables me to see the global as well as the local. I am studying classism, sexism and racism. But to study this you have to be a historian as well as a social scientist and psychologist. I am studying holistic health, as well as fitness and communication. So I am studying biology as well as physics and relationships. Many of us are scared to study ourselves. We get so caught up in our relationships with people we are f*cking, that we forget to unite against governments f*cking all of us. I am studying to be a nutritionist so that I can save lives and educate people. At some point I will be asked where my nutrition degree is, but as long as I understand the body acts on food at bio molecular level and can explain this to the people, it doesn't matter that I am not going to university. So many people spend all of their lives studying but then never teach. We are stuck on download, but we need to upload to the people in a way, they can overstand on all levels. Scholars are cool and I will never take away from the works of the minds of the brilliant, but if you only produce material for a niche group of people then your energy investment, to energy return ratio isn't productive. Also you don't need a man or an institution to tell you that you have a brain in order to use it. Universities give you a degree of knowledge but they never give you the wholistic knowledge of a subject, because of the people who control what information gets taught. Look at how many sick doctors there are, look at how many historians only teach you the Eurocentric version of global history. There are many professors of philosophy who only teach you what men think but never women.

Call me crazy but we are all important. Sometimes I feel like I am holding together a rock and a hard place, but I can only be me so I will ...