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Mexican People Never Left Mexico

This is Mexico: 1840.  Where would you build the wall?

The Mexican-American war of 1846-1848 took away Mexico’s land. 

But the people stayed behind.  People with families, kids, grandparents.  There were close to 75,000 Mexicans living in the conquered territory, from California to Texas. 

After the war, Mexicans had the choice...

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Noam Chomsky Accepts Tide Pod Challenge

Noam Chomsky, the 89-year old “father of modern linguistics,” historian, social critic, and political activist, has accepted the tide pod challenge today.

His 1969 essay, On the Responsibility of Intellectuals, contained a critique of the Vietnam War and expressed that “intellectuals are in a position to expose the lies of...

The erotic art of the third eye

Below are 13 photos from artists who weave Eros into the Third Eye.

1) André Greppi, aka DRES13

With blind abandonment....

2) Al Margen

The selfie that shows....

3) Jean Francois Painchaud, aka Phazed.

The tiger's stripe...

With inward gaze...

And movement electric...

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