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"Sienna"

A new Patina by Alexander Nurulaeff - Dandy Shoe Care.

Pezzo Unico for one of the greatest collectors of luxury footwear in New York. A gentleman, an outstanding professional and a true friend: Mr.I.G.

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blazepress:

Never give up.
Aug 28, 2014 / 120 notes

blazepress:

Never give up.

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O$Δ
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LMFAOOOOO Wayne knows

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The Spa | by Sebastian Lee.
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Aug 26, 2014 / 1,219 notes
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thepoliticalfreakshow:

A Father’s Unspeakable Grief: In one of the most emotional photographs taken during today’s memorial service and burial of slain Missouri teenager Michael Brown is the photograph above. Michael Brown, Sr. is overcome with emotion while they are about to bury his son. I am overcome with emotion while seeing this photograph, and I debated on even sharing it to start with, due to the fact that it makes public a very emotional and usually private moment in the cycle of the death of a loved one. However, I decided that I would share it with all of you, to show you how much losing a son can do to a person. I wanted to mainly show those that still blame Michael Brown for his own murder due to his size, his interests, and his race, that this is what Officer Darren Wilson did to this family. A family lost their son, their brother, their grandchild, due to an act of callous and senseless violence, an act that so prevalently occurs in America, that shouldn’t be occurring in America in the first place. Any African-American should be free to walk the streets without fear of being profiled, fear of being murdered, fear of being assaulted for their skin color. I hope now that when people think of Michael Brown, that they not only remember a life so tragically taken too soon, but also remember the others slain: Renisha McBride, Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, Eric Garner, Emmitt Till, Sean Bell, and so many countless others that need to be remembered. [Image from @Yamiche]
#JusticeForMichaelBrown
Aug 26, 2014 / 67 notes

thepoliticalfreakshow:

A Father’s Unspeakable Grief: In one of the most emotional photographs taken during today’s memorial service and burial of slain Missouri teenager Michael Brown is the photograph above. Michael Brown, Sr. is overcome with emotion while they are about to bury his son. I am overcome with emotion while seeing this photograph, and I debated on even sharing it to start with, due to the fact that it makes public a very emotional and usually private moment in the cycle of the death of a loved one. However, I decided that I would share it with all of you, to show you how much losing a son can do to a person. I wanted to mainly show those that still blame Michael Brown for his own murder due to his size, his interests, and his race, that this is what Officer Darren Wilson did to this family. A family lost their son, their brother, their grandchild, due to an act of callous and senseless violence, an act that so prevalently occurs in America, that shouldn’t be occurring in America in the first place. Any African-American should be free to walk the streets without fear of being profiled, fear of being murdered, fear of being assaulted for their skin color. I hope now that when people think of Michael Brown, that they not only remember a life so tragically taken too soon, but also remember the others slain: Renisha McBride, Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, Eric Garner, Emmitt Till, Sean Bell, and so many countless others that need to be remembered. [Image from @Yamiche]

#JusticeForMichaelBrown

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