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Posted on 25th May at 3:00 PM, with 4 notes
emilybuckwheat:

A website. 
Drawn in 4 minutes. Can you tell?
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emilybuckwheat:

A website. 

Drawn in 4 minutes. Can you tell?

Posted on 25th May at 2:57 PM, with 6 notes

emilybuckwheat:

I thought I’d share some pages from the Los Gatos Negros comic. Drawing it took longer than it should have because I was constantly second-guessing myself. I’m going to try to do that less. Persistence prevails over all!

Posted on 25th May at 2:42 PM, with 3 notes
emilybuckwheat:

My super silly comic idea makes its debut. All you fans of ‘serious’ vampire stories, eat your hearts out! (Or the count will gladly…)

This is perfect.
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emilybuckwheat:

My super silly comic idea makes its debut. All you fans of ‘serious’ vampire stories, eat your hearts out! (Or the count will gladly…)

This is perfect.

Posted on 21st May at 9:43 AM, with 18 notes
rude-smiley:

Reblog this and I’ll follow you (and love you 5ever) <3
Hello, I’m Cody! I’m planning taking a spiritual journey to Southeast Asia in January of next year for 6 months. I wish to learn as much as I can about myself, and grow past my ego. I am going to start in Singapore, and work my way up to Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos (Super excited for Laos), Myanmar, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and finally flying back from India, but I’m still doing my research. Might even visit Indonesia too, if time and money allows!I plan on spending 3 of these 6 months on 6 different WWOOF (Willing Workers on Organic Farms) each in a different country. Basically, I will stay on someones land for 2 weeks, help them grow food and do farm stuff. In return they offer me with a spot to sleep, food to eat, an opportunity to learn and a look into their culture.All together this trip will cost roughly $5500 and I don’t generally like to ask for help, but I would really like to take this trip. I have about $1000 saved up as of now, and still adding!I’m currently reading this book called “A Course in Miracles” and it’s a 365 day course, each day with a different lesson. The problem I face now, is that the book is supposed to bring you closer to The Holy Spirit, but as long as I’m around people. (Family, Friends, Coworkers, etc.) My ego will be holding me back. I didn’t do it on purpose, but If I do leave in January, I will finish the second half of the book not long before I come back to The States.Also, I am trying to get a bunch of these Oragami Microscopes ($.50 ea.) Basically, they’re these printable and indestructible microscopes where you can fit about twenty in a single pocket. I want to drop them off at different schools and hospitals in the direction of my travels. The reason why Malaria is so bad in Southeast Asia is because microscopes are expensive even here in America, just imagine how expensive they are in these developing nations. The link below is a TED talk about these Origami Microscopes.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8cF5QPPmWUIf you can’t give anything, I would much appreciate a tap on the share button so I can be outreached to more people. Thank you very much for at least taking the time to read this! (:Be sure to comment what country you would perfer your thank you gift to come from!
http://www.gofundme.com/92g21c
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rude-smiley:

Reblog this and I’ll follow you (and love you 5ever) <3

Hello, I’m Cody! I’m planning taking a spiritual journey to Southeast Asia in January of next year for 6 months. I wish to learn as much as I can about myself, and grow past my ego. I am going to start in Singapore, and work my way up to Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos (Super excited for Laos), Myanmar, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and finally flying back from India, but I’m still doing my research. Might even visit Indonesia too, if time and money allows!

I plan on spending 3 of these 6 months on 6 different WWOOF (Willing Workers on Organic Farms) each in a different country. Basically, I will stay on someones land for 2 weeks, help them grow food and do farm stuff. In return they offer me with a spot to sleep, food to eat, an opportunity to learn and a look into their culture.

All together this trip will cost roughly $5500 and I don’t generally like to ask for help, but I would really like to take this trip. I have about $1000 saved up as of now, and still adding!

I’m currently reading this book called “A Course in Miracles” and it’s a 365 day course, each day with a different lesson. The problem I face now, is that the book is supposed to bring you closer to The Holy Spirit, but as long as I’m around people. (Family, Friends, Coworkers, etc.) My ego will be holding me back. I didn’t do it on purpose, but If I do leave in January, I will finish the second half of the book not long before I come back to The States.

Also, I am trying to get a bunch of these Oragami Microscopes ($.50 ea.) Basically, they’re these printable and indestructible microscopes where you can fit about twenty in a single pocket. I want to drop them off at different schools and hospitals in the direction of my travels. The reason why Malaria is so bad in Southeast Asia is because microscopes are expensive even here in America, just imagine how expensive they are in these developing nations. The link below is a TED talk about these Origami Microscopes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8cF5QPPmWU

If you can’t give anything, I would much appreciate a tap on the share button so I can be outreached to more people. Thank you very much for at least taking the time to read this! (:

Be sure to comment what country you would perfer your thank you gift to come from!

http://www.gofundme.com/92g21c

Posted on 18th May at 2:29 PM, with 2,206 notes

theunderestimator:

Election days: In 1979 Jello Biafra, lead singer and frontman of The Dead Kennedys, ran for mayor of San Francisco with the catchphrase, "There’s always room for Jello", as his campaign slogan.

Posted on 18th May at 2:29 PM, with 158,075 notes
officialfrenchtoast:

that kid is fucking expensive
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officialfrenchtoast:

that kid is fucking expensive

Posted on 18th May at 2:25 PM, with 2,391 notes
varsity-vegan:

Banana kiwi acai smoothie bowl with vanilla protein powder, dates, peanut butter, rice milk, acai powder and chia seeds topped with pumpkin seeds, goji berries and shredded coconut. #smoothie #postworkout #postrun #banana #kiwi #acai #smoothiebowl #vanilla #dates #seeds #protein #peanutbutter #delicious #refuel #eatclean #healthfood #cleaneats #veganathlete #veganfoodporn #veganfoodshare #raw #rawvegan #rawbefore4 #vegansofig
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varsity-vegan:

Banana kiwi acai smoothie bowl with vanilla protein powder, dates, peanut butter, rice milk, acai powder and chia seeds topped with pumpkin seeds, goji berries and shredded coconut. #smoothie #postworkout #postrun #banana #kiwi #acai #smoothiebowl #vanilla #dates #seeds #protein #peanutbutter #delicious #refuel #eatclean #healthfood #cleaneats #veganathlete #veganfoodporn #veganfoodshare #raw #rawvegan #rawbefore4 #vegansofig

Posted on 18th May at 2:25 PM, with 536,719 notes

kirstielovesart:

Grouped stills from “Consumption and Waste”

Posted on 18th May at 2:24 PM, with 64,153 notes

3rdquartermoon:

wanderlustingthoughts:

Look at this tree, man.

The Angel Oak Tree is estimated to be in excess of 1500 years old, stands 66.5 ft (20 m) tall, measures 28 ft (8.5 m) in circumference, and produces shade that covers 17,200 square feet (1,600 m2). From tip to tip Its longest branch distance is 187 ft.

☽☮☾

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