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hammn:

hammn:

ness

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fitness

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I’m an adult, but not like a real adult
anyone between the ages of 18 and 25 (via harveyxspecter)

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iguanamouth:

cheppo:

iguanamouth:

together at last

excuse me i have something important 2 add

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image

hes here

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rectumofglory:

submariet:

ladynero815:

nudityandnerdery:

casteilnovak:

I think we need to clone him for future generations.

Why? I’m pretty sure that when Death comes for him, Christopher Lee will be waiting with a knife, and I’m not betting on Death in that fight.

Are you kidding? Mr. Lee and Death are old drinking buddies.

Christopher Lee just stabs Death and there’s a beat before Death goes “HEEEEYYYY how the hell have you been, you old bastard” and hugs him, the knife still buried in his back.

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all1sees:

How Bad Is California’s Drought? This Bad

The first image shows Folsom Lake near Sacramento on July 20, 2011. The second image shows Folsom Lake on January 16, 2014. Notice a difference?

That’s what a drought of historic proportions looks like. In fact, 2013 was the driest year California has seen in 119 years, and that’s causing some obvious problems. Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency last month, and farmers are scrambling to figure out clever ways to save their crops. California’s municipal water system has even announced that itcan’t get water to farmers, which is particularly bad news in the state that supplies over half of America’s fruits and vegetables (and almonds). Even the president’s now involved. This month, Obama pledged $183 million in federal funds for drought relief programs.

we’re in deep shit, California peeps.  Save as much water as you can!!

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