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mentalalchemy:

reddlr-trees:

Apparently blunts aren’t what I though they were.

LOL

mentalalchemy:

reddlr-trees:

Apparently blunts aren’t what I though they were.

LOL

You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.
Harper Lee (via purplebuddhaproject)
Own your fucking shit no matter how painful it is. It shows character it builds respect. No one owns their shit any more. It’s all about shifting blame. Preserving ego. It makes people soft, it makes them unaccountable. Own your shit. That’s how you make it with your conscience and pride intact.

Joseph Saccamozzone (my grandfather)

Truer words have never been spoken.

(via insideinsight)

But do not start blaming who you love nor apportioning blame. It will all be apportioned in due time and not by you.
 Ernest Hemingway, from The Garden Of Eden (via violentwavesofemotion)
plurdledgabbleblotchits:

"In the early 20th century, Du Pont released a series of pamphlets touting what it claimed to be the greatest agricultural innovation since the plow: dynamite. These pamphlets explain how explosives could help with everything from clearing tree stumps to regenerating soil.

This rather attractive brochure from Du Pont, Farming with Dynamite advertises the many agricultural benefits of their “Red Cross” dynamite. Dynamite, Du Pont claimed, wasn’t just good for clearing obstacles on the farm; dynamite could be used to blast holes for planting and even for turning hard clay fields into arable farmland”
(I imagine the hints included how not to blow yourself to smithereens  ;)
info from http://boingboing.net/2011/08/12/howto-farm-with-tnt-the-art-nouveau-edition.html
http://io9.com/5915253/this-1910-brochure-explained-how-to-farm-with-dynamite

plurdledgabbleblotchits:

"In the early 20th century, Du Pont released a series of pamphlets touting what it claimed to be the greatest agricultural innovation since the plow: dynamite. These pamphlets explain how explosives could help with everything from clearing tree stumps to regenerating soil.

This rather attractive brochure from Du Pont, Farming with Dynamite advertises the many agricultural benefits of their “Red Cross” dynamite. Dynamite, Du Pont claimed, wasn’t just good for clearing obstacles on the farm; dynamite could be used to blast holes for planting and even for turning hard clay fields into arable farmland”

(I imagine the hints included how not to blow yourself to smithereens  ;)

info from http://boingboing.net/2011/08/12/howto-farm-with-tnt-the-art-nouveau-edition.html

http://io9.com/5915253/this-1910-brochure-explained-how-to-farm-with-dynamite

mentalalchemy:

Freed him

dapenguinninja:

I ain’t saying she’s a gold digger…

dapenguinninja:

I ain’t saying she’s a gold digger…

stoicmike:

Out in the world, people mostly look worried — they should be. — Michael Lipsey

stoicmike:

Out in the world, people mostly look worried — they should be. — Michael Lipsey

defvsing:

glowing

defvsing:

glowing

cyan-biologist:

4. A Paper wasp (Polistes sp.) for Creepingthings.
I have a strong “I like it but I don’t” feeling with this drawing, so I hope you like it!
This concludes the reblogs for now, next are the (smaller) illustrations.

cyan-biologist:

4. A Paper wasp (Polistes sp.) for Creepingthings.

I have a strong “I like it but I don’t” feeling with this drawing, so I hope you like it!

This concludes the reblogs for now, next are the (smaller) illustrations.

artruby:

Tatiana Trouvé.

slightlyignorant:

Mmmmm, yum. Old book smell <3

slightlyignorant:

Mmmmm, yum. Old book smell <3