~Surfbank Social Club~2011
Elijah the Art Student Heart Ranger
19 Years of Bullshit |
I live on a harbor in the armpit of Cape Cod |


2 parts rad 1 part sad



The End.

~Surfbank Social Club~2011
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c0caino:

by scottkmacleod
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fveledbygossip:

60’s MerCruiser inboard a boat awaiting a new owner By Mike Cooper
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skies-ofskaia:

trydain:

camwyn:

lostinhistory:

prinnyemperor:

gigaguess:

You fucked up you seriously fucked up.

actual photo of maryland


Rise of the Crustaceans.

Category 0.5 kaiju.

CRAB BATTLE

Category 0.5 Kaiju
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hempslave:

Here is my Summer ‘14 Mix of my current favorites! 
Free Download — Reblog and Share :)

http://www.mediafire.com/download/d7u6eot2pan3tpu/Summer_’14.zip
hempslave:

Here is my Summer ‘14 Mix of my current favorites! 
Free Download — Reblog and Share :)

http://www.mediafire.com/download/d7u6eot2pan3tpu/Summer_’14.zip
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englishsnow:

by kyra
englishsnow:

by kyra
englishsnow:

by kyra
englishsnow:

by kyra
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yawe:

声の記憶 [pixiv]
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littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’
Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.
The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.
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Shino’s hoplophobia / traumatizing fear of guns.

Shino’s hoplophobia / traumatizing fear of guns.

Shino’s hoplophobia / traumatizing fear of guns.
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