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ceelingwax:

open the door

ceelingwax:

open the door

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egg-rolls:

one time i got a sample from the tea store at the mall and as i walked away the guy said “tea you later” and then his coworker smacked him

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indagoho:

FINALLY A CARTOON GOT IT RIGHT

indagoho:

FINALLY A CARTOON GOT IT RIGHT

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That Library one is ours…

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venusaurphobia:

toocooltobehipster:

dog escapes cage, then releases other dogs at dog kennel [video]

Rise Of The Planet Of The Dogs

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bobbycaputo:

Fascinating Pictorial Record of North American Indian Tribes in the Early 1900s

In 1906, American photographer Edward S. Curtis was offered $75,000 by financier J. P. Morgan to produce a series on North American Indians (Native Americans) and their culture. The 20-volume work, called The North American Indian, contained over 1,500 photographs, as well as records of tribal lore and history, biographical sketches, and descriptions of traditional foods, housing, clothing, ceremonies, and customs. The photographer’s goal was to document as much American Indian traditional life as possible before it disappeared. Although an extensive oral tradition remains among the tribes, Curtis’s fascinating work remains the only written recorded history of the North American Indian way of life in the early 20th century.

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direhuman:

thok the bloodthirsty turns towards the raid

image

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