ich-besorge-das-bier:

My perfect garage would have a classic Ferrari - really any classic one except the Mondial, a classic Porsche 911, a built and lifted 4 door Jeep on 40’s and full-width axles with a 4bt Cummins conversion, and a Audi RS5 or RS6. And maybe a full cab, long bed diesel truck for a tow vehicle.

I had the jeep, sold it, but now I have the truck. Just missing the cars then. I want my jeep back

piscula:

in 1930 the average wages were $27,481*
in 2012 the average wages were $44,321

in 1930 the average home cost $53,635*
in 2013 the average home cost $289,500

in 1930 the average car cost $8,369*
in 2013 the average car cost $31,352

but no you are probably right, it’s just twenty-somethings being lazy.

thedevilwearsmanthongs:

i-am-lauren:

Neil Hilborn - “OCD” (Rustbelt 2013)

fuck

whirra:

hey kids u wanna buy some drugs

whirra:

hey kids u wanna buy some drugs

qu33n-kush:

I don’t even blog this type of stuff but oh my god he’s so cute he’s like a giant puppy he goes in the water and everything, look at his mane that’s so fucking cool

hogwartsfacebook:

I think this sums up his role in Mulan quite well

(has this been done before) (what have i done)

"It is a kind of love, is it not?
How the cup holds the tea,
How the chair stands sturdy and foursquare,
How the floor receives the bottoms of shoes
Or toes. How soles of feet know
Where they’re supposed to be.
I’ve been thinking about the patience
Of ordinary things, how clothes
Wait respectfully in closets
And soap dries quietly in the dish,
And towels drink the wet
From the skin of the back.
And the lovely repetition of stairs.
And what is more generous than a window?"

Pat Schneider,The Patience of Ordinary Things” from Another River: New and Selected Poems (Amherst Writers & Artists Press, 2005)

our-flag-was-still-there:

Why history is important to me, summed up in four images.
I love this “Know Where You Stand” deal.

Do you ever wish you had a second chance to meet someone again for the first time?