Expose yourself to your deepest fear
hplyrikz:

I can relate to this

hplyrikz:

I can relate to this

When god became lonely
he created man,
Or was it
When man became lonely
he created god.
Melanie Exler strengthenizer (via strengthenizer)
the60sbazaar:

Body art at the 1969 Isle of Wight festival 

the60sbazaar:

Body art at the 1969 Isle of Wight festival 

thewolfgirl-lovesaustin:

lifeofasav:

in-aperfect-world:

asherhg:

this couldn’t be more perfect

vomit everywhere

Basically.

wow on point

darkfuse:

i want to meet myself from someone else’s point of view

From 18 to 22 you meet a lot of temporary people.
(via jordancorin)
animaladdiction:

RIDLEY TOWNSHIP — A few days ago a pit bull puppy was on the verge of death. His ears were cut off and then he was abandoned under a bridge at 69th Street in Upper Darby. Luckily, a woman found him on Wednesday and immediately contacted Melvin “Buzz” Miller at the Montgomery County-based PACT for Animals organization.Miller said he advised the woman to take the puppy to Stoney Creek Veterinarian Hospital, located off Kedron Avenue in Ridley Township. “He was bleeding profusely from his ears,” said Dr. Kelly Slattery, a veterinarian at the Stoney Creek Veterinarian Hospital. Slattery said it appears someone tried to crop the puppy’s ears with the intent of the puppy becoming a so-called fighting dog later. Slattery said someone “literally chopped his ears off close to the base of his skull with scissors or a knife,” she said.
—- “I’m absolutely sick and tired of incidents like this in the past 10 years and disproportionally with pit pulls,” Miller said. Miller said he wants to change the way people perceive pit bulls. He has given speeches about this issue at events across the country. He believes that some people generalize and believe all pit bulls are bad animals. He said that when pit bills are treated nicely by responsible owners, they can be loving family pets. A large portion of the dogs that are euthanized every year are pit bulls, according to Miller.Slattery said people can make donations to help Van Gogh and other animals like him through the Florida-based Veterinary Care Foundation. For more information about the foundation, visit www.vetcarefoundation.org.
(you can read the full story here)

animaladdiction:

RIDLEY TOWNSHIP — A few days ago a pit bull puppy was on the verge of death.

His ears were cut off and then he was abandoned under a bridge at 69th Street in Upper Darby. Luckily, a woman found him on Wednesday and immediately contacted Melvin “Buzz” Miller at the Montgomery County-based PACT for Animals organization.

Miller said he advised the woman to take the puppy to Stoney Creek Veterinarian Hospital, located off Kedron Avenue in Ridley Township.

“He was bleeding profusely from his ears,” said Dr. Kelly Slattery, a veterinarian at the Stoney Creek Veterinarian Hospital.

Slattery said it appears someone tried to crop the puppy’s ears with the intent of the puppy becoming a so-called fighting dog later. Slattery said someone “literally chopped his ears off close to the base of his skull with scissors or a knife,” she said.

—- “I’m absolutely sick and tired of incidents like this in the past 10 years and disproportionally with pit pulls,” Miller said.

Miller said he wants to change the way people perceive pit bulls. He has given speeches about this issue at events across the country. He believes that some people generalize and believe all pit bulls are bad animals. He said that when pit bills are treated nicely by responsible owners, they can be loving family pets. A large portion of the dogs that are euthanized every year are pit bulls, according to Miller.

Slattery said people can make donations to help Van Gogh and other animals like him through the Florida-based Veterinary Care Foundation. For more information about the foundation, visit www.vetcarefoundation.org.

(you can read the full story here)