vix, who does not like fireworks.

Aug 28

guys… i got this. no sweat

guys… i got this. no sweat

good one, CNN.

good one, CNN.

Aug 27

http://theberrics.com/news/glen-e-friedman--ian-mackaye-discuss-music-skateboarding-and-photography.html -

Legendary skate and music photographer Glen E. Friedman sits down with old friend, Ian MacKaye of Minor Threat, Fugazi, and Dischord Records fame, to discuss some of the photos in Glen’s forthcoming book, MY RULES. Friedman’s shot everyone from Run DMC, Black Flag, and Beastie Boys to Tony Alva, Jay Adams, and Stacy Peralta.

this was an interesting 13 minute watch.

‘Friday Night Lights’ and what it means to be a man - The Washington Post

Aug 26

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Social Anxiety In Punk: A (Hopefully) Recurring Series

therunout:

August 26, 2014
by Bryne Yancey

Unlike my depression, which comes and goes, my social anxiety is a near-constant part of my life.

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i can empathise with this post. it’s a funny thought that we’re all walking around alone, feeling this way together.

Aug 25

Aug 24

“my mouth hasn’t shut up about you since you kissed it. the idea that you may kiss again stuck in my brain, which hasn’t stopped thinking about you since well before any kiss.” — turner on chung, way back when.

Anonymous said: What's it like to be such an egg?

eggcellent & eggciting 


A baby wombat has made a full recovery after being found in the pouch of her dead mother’s body. After noticing the animal at the side of the road, a quick thinking passerby decided to check if the poor creature was carrying any offspring. Incredibly, despite its mother being struck by a car, the teeny critter was found shivering inside its pouch, still suckling at its mother teat. After an urgent phone call from a passerby to the local wildlife helpline, voluntary animal carer, Kim Hunter, 48 came to the rescue of the baby wombat and took it home.

A baby wombat has made a full recovery after being found in the pouch of her dead mother’s body. After noticing the animal at the side of the road, a quick thinking passerby decided to check if the poor creature was carrying any offspring. Incredibly, despite its mother being struck by a car, the teeny critter was found shivering inside its pouch, still suckling at its mother teat. After an urgent phone call from a passerby to the local wildlife helpline, voluntary animal carer, Kim Hunter, 48 came to the rescue of the baby wombat and took it home.