magictransistor:

Athanasius Kircher. China Monumentis. 1667.

magictransistor:

Athanasius Kircher. China Monumentis. 1667.





misandry-mermaid:

ETA: This is a scene from The House I Live In, a film on the American drug war and its effects on communities of color, education, the class disparity and the prison industrial complex.  I cannot recommend this film highly enough.

(Source: nutnics)



cfh7:

Shawn Daddy Tree Of Life Montage Mini Tube Close-Up - Imgur

cfh7:

Shawn Daddy Tree Of Life Montage Mini Tube Close-Up - Imgur



rollinghighlasvegas:

Available…
Leisure x TDS x Gucci Rig…
Message for details…
wholesale only…
forever Rolling High…

rollinghighlasvegas:

Available…
Leisure x TDS x Gucci Rig…
Message for details…
wholesale only…
forever Rolling High…





if0undnem0:

daytr1pp3r:

higher-archy:

daytr1pp3r going in on a dab out of a friend’s Illusion Glass Cosmic Inline with Krave, MAV, and EHLE attachments. Also worth noting the super heady Aaron Brooks custom moodmat. 

I’m still high.

Now thats how you dab!








chasingthestrals:

sixpenceee:

The Death of Chris McCandless
On September 6, 1992, the decomposed body of Christopher McCandless was discovered by moose hunters just outside the northern boundary of Denali National Park. He had died inside a rusting bus. Taped to the door was a note scrawled on a page torn from a novel:

ATTENTION POSSIBLE VISITORS. S.O.S. I NEED YOUR HELP. I AM INJURED, NEAR DEATH, AND TOO WEAK TO HIKE OUT OF HERE. I AM ALL ALONE, THIS IS NO JOKE. IN THE NAME OF GOD, PLEASE REMAIN TO SAVE ME. I AM OUT COLLECTING BERRIES CLOSE BY AND SHALL RETURN THIS EVENING. THANK YOU,CHRIS McCANDLESS AUGUST ?

It appeared that McCandless had been dead for 19 days. Before this stage it was indicated that he was 24 years old and weighed 140 pounds. After his body was flown out of the wilderness, an autopsy determined that it weighed 67 pounds. The probable cause of death, according to the coroner’s report, was starvation.
Read more on this interesting article about the debate behind his death and the real cause of it:
ARTICLE 

I loved this book. I believe he ate the wrong berries!

chasingthestrals:

sixpenceee:

The Death of Chris McCandless

On September 6, 1992, the decomposed body of Christopher McCandless was discovered by moose hunters just outside the northern boundary of Denali National Park. He had died inside a rusting bus. Taped to the door was a note scrawled on a page torn from a novel:

ATTENTION POSSIBLE VISITORS.
S.O.S.
I NEED YOUR HELP. I AM INJURED, NEAR DEATH, AND TOO WEAK TO HIKE OUT OF HERE. I AM ALL ALONE, THIS IS NO JOKE. IN THE NAME OF GOD, PLEASE REMAIN TO SAVE ME. I AM OUT COLLECTING BERRIES CLOSE BY AND SHALL RETURN THIS EVENING. THANK YOU,
CHRIS McCANDLESS
AUGUST ?

It appeared that McCandless had been dead for 19 days. Before this stage it was indicated that he was 24 years old and weighed 140 pounds. After his body was flown out of the wilderness, an autopsy determined that it weighed 67 pounds. The probable cause of death, according to the coroner’s report, was starvation.

Read more on this interesting article about the debate behind his death and the real cause of it:

ARTICLE 

I loved this book. I believe he ate the wrong berries!



lilisglass:

T-Stokes
Lili’s 16 Front St Worcester MA 01608 508 755-5309www.facebook.com/lilisglass lilisglass@gmail.com Kik lilisglass
#lilisglass#worcester#boston#glasspipes#glassofig#glassachusetts#dabachusetts#dabcity#dabrig#dabbersdaily#dabbers_unite#headyglass#eastcoastdabbers#westcoastdabbers#midwestdabbers#710#420 (at Lili’s)

lilisglass:

T-Stokes

Lili’s
16 Front St
Worcester MA 01608
508 755-5309
www.facebook.com/lilisglass
lilisglass@gmail.com
Kik lilisglass

#lilisglass#worcester#boston#glasspipes#glassofig#glassachusetts#dabachusetts#dabcity#dabrig#dabbersdaily#dabbers_unite#headyglass#eastcoastdabbers#westcoastdabbers#midwestdabbers#710#420 (at Lili’s)



taylorkei:

I may hate trimming but DAMN LOOK AT DEM COOKIES

taylorkei:

I may hate trimming but DAMN LOOK AT DEM COOKIES



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