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grandmasterbooty:

this one of my favorite posts
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theogblackjesus:

when ya girl leave you n you drink the pain away wit ya niggas
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Engraved Zippo lighters from the Vietnam War.
 ~ Cowan’s Auctions

Engraved Zippo lighters from the Vietnam War.
 ~ Cowan’s Auctions

Engraved Zippo lighters from the Vietnam War.
 ~ Cowan’s Auctions
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When u walk into IHOP stoned and OPP is playing over the speakers» life is a win
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A glimpse from my new novel: We Are Gods
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Ladies and Gentleman… What could we infer about the character of the two individuals portrayed here?
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"Dear feminists who hate guns." — Benelli wants to be your brother.
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Haha… Slobby Robby said this. What language…
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I authored this to try and explain to a girl why it hurts when she blows me off for no reason, did I do well? I don’t think I should even entertain conversation with her anymore.
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yourtangentsareshowing:

What’s the human body made of? Ninety-nine percent consists of atoms of just six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus, with the remaining one percent consisting of trace elements like magnesium, sulfur, and iron. But where did those elements come from?
All heavy elements were created within stars via nuclear fusion — a process known as stellar nucleosynthesis. As stars cool and “die,” they release the heavy elements into space. Ultimately, some of this material is incorporated into planets and even our bodies.
That’s right, the atoms in YOUR body were fused in a dying star and blasted into space in a supernova. You are STAR STUFF.
yourtangentsareshowing:

What’s the human body made of? Ninety-nine percent consists of atoms of just six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus, with the remaining one percent consisting of trace elements like magnesium, sulfur, and iron. But where did those elements come from?
All heavy elements were created within stars via nuclear fusion — a process known as stellar nucleosynthesis. As stars cool and “die,” they release the heavy elements into space. Ultimately, some of this material is incorporated into planets and even our bodies.
That’s right, the atoms in YOUR body were fused in a dying star and blasted into space in a supernova. You are STAR STUFF.
yourtangentsareshowing:

What’s the human body made of? Ninety-nine percent consists of atoms of just six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus, with the remaining one percent consisting of trace elements like magnesium, sulfur, and iron. But where did those elements come from?
All heavy elements were created within stars via nuclear fusion — a process known as stellar nucleosynthesis. As stars cool and “die,” they release the heavy elements into space. Ultimately, some of this material is incorporated into planets and even our bodies.
That’s right, the atoms in YOUR body were fused in a dying star and blasted into space in a supernova. You are STAR STUFF.
yourtangentsareshowing:

What’s the human body made of? Ninety-nine percent consists of atoms of just six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus, with the remaining one percent consisting of trace elements like magnesium, sulfur, and iron. But where did those elements come from?
All heavy elements were created within stars via nuclear fusion — a process known as stellar nucleosynthesis. As stars cool and “die,” they release the heavy elements into space. Ultimately, some of this material is incorporated into planets and even our bodies.
That’s right, the atoms in YOUR body were fused in a dying star and blasted into space in a supernova. You are STAR STUFF.
yourtangentsareshowing:

What’s the human body made of? Ninety-nine percent consists of atoms of just six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus, with the remaining one percent consisting of trace elements like magnesium, sulfur, and iron. But where did those elements come from?
All heavy elements were created within stars via nuclear fusion — a process known as stellar nucleosynthesis. As stars cool and “die,” they release the heavy elements into space. Ultimately, some of this material is incorporated into planets and even our bodies.
That’s right, the atoms in YOUR body were fused in a dying star and blasted into space in a supernova. You are STAR STUFF.