Fresh Thinkers: Cooper Cheatham

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Named one of Zagat’s “30 Under 30” this year, Cooper Cheatham is shaking up the spirits industry.

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Oh hey! It’s me! 

I am pro-civil rights, pro-people, pro-love and the only thing that I have ever taken from organized religion is to treat others the way you wish to be treated and to love one another.

I am always critical when a group in power oppresses another people and my heart breaks when civilians, particularly children, are caught in the cross fire of religious, political, and economic bullshit.

I am not anti-Israel, I am not pro-Hamas, and the critiques I make of Israel are of the way in which the current Israeli regime does not seem to care for Palestinian life (Muslim, Christian or other), during this current conflict and otherwise.

Yes, Israel’s neighbors have done terrible things to the their own people, LGBT populations, women, etc, but Israel prides itself on being a “Western-style,” “civilized,” government in a sea of corruption. If this is so, then why are the Palestinians continued to be treated as second class, pushed out of their own homes, or not even recognized as human at all? 

Israel is the military and economic power in the region and with great power comes great responsibility. 

Antonio Rodrigues Jr.

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Do you wanna build a snowman? 
(He was really just a misunderstood queen is all!)

Do you wanna build a snowman? 

(He was really just a misunderstood queen is all!)

The greatest measure of one’s core values and integrity is how that person acts when they are completely fucked up on alcohol and/or drugs.

I CAN’T STOP FUCKING LAUGHING! 

I CAN’T STOP FUCKING LAUGHING! 

leannecswizzle:

I’M LAUGHING SO HARD OMGGGG

What is this from!? 

(via bigmexicanman)

Happy Valentine’s Day! 
Me by Ignacio Lozano circa VD 2009
See the others on my instagram - @coopercheat

Happy Valentine’s Day! 

Me by Ignacio Lozano circa VD 2009

See the others on my instagram - @coopercheat

I fucking love Smiley Face. 

(Source: playingwiththesquirrels, via turquoiselake)

rafi-dangelo:

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A simple article about a McDonald’s worker who is unable to purchase food there (not that you should) turned into a free-for-all about that woman’s choices as opposed to a critique on the corporate practices that keep her poor.  Why do we continue to place blame on poor people for being poor and refuse to turn the focus on the billion-dollar companies they work for that magnify their profits based on YOUR taxes?  Can we make poor-shaming a thing?  We have shaming for everything else apparently, but the one that most directly affects the largest majority of us slips under the radar because we like to be able to point to someone and say they’re doing worse than we are.

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