Mitchell Davis
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Wordplay makes better foreplay.
~ Wednesday, September 3 ~
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nataliakoptseva:

Ivan Endogurov
George Monastery (Cape Fiolent). Oil on canvas. Irkutsk Regional Art Museum

indigodreams:

nataliakoptseva:

Ivan Endogurov

George Monastery (Cape Fiolent). Oil on canvas. Irkutsk Regional Art Museum


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crazyaboutliterature:

Quote by Walter Tevis

crazyaboutliterature:

Quote by Walter Tevis


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newsweek:

Pot socks: something a teen would probably wear. Jason Redmond/ Reuters 

Is Teen Drinking Worse Than Teen Marijuana Use? 


Every year, more and more Americans support marijuana legalization. In 2010, 41 percent of Americans favored legalization; by 2014, 54 percent supported such reforms, per the Pew Research Center. This shift in attitudes has also been reflected in legislation across the country: Weed is fully legal in the states of Washington and Colorado, and at least 18 other states will have enacted some form of decriminalization by October 2014, according to the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Lawas.

However, in the growing number of pro-pot places, there are concerns about the public health impacts, specifically with regard to adolescents. Colorado has launched an ad campaign featuring “human-sized rat cages” displayed at teen friendly locales, such as skate parks, with signs reading “Don’t be a lab rat” and “Could marijuana really cause schizophrenia in teenagers? Volunteers, anyone?” to educate youth that pot does pose risks to developing brains, according to the Washington Post.

newsweek:

Pot socks: something a teen would probably wear. Jason Redmond/ Reuters

Is Teen Drinking Worse Than Teen Marijuana Use?


Every year, more and more Americans support marijuana legalization. In 2010, 41 percent of Americans favored legalization; by 2014, 54 percent supported such reforms, per the Pew Research Center. This shift in attitudes has also been reflected in legislation across the country: Weed is fully legal in the states of Washington and Colorado, and at least 18 other states will have enacted some form of decriminalization by October 2014, according to the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Lawas.

However, in the growing number of pro-pot places, there are concerns about the public health impacts, specifically with regard to adolescents. Colorado has launched an ad campaign featuring “human-sized rat cages” displayed at teen friendly locales, such as skate parks, with signs reading “Don’t be a lab rat” and “Could marijuana really cause schizophrenia in teenagers? Volunteers, anyone?” to educate youth that pot does pose risks to developing brains, according to the Washington Post.


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sashathumpa:

"u missed di schoo bus eh?"
"yes fadda"
"find a wey ti schoo den"

sashathumpa:

"u missed di schoo bus eh?"

"yes fadda"

"find a wey ti schoo den"


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thedailydoodles:

"Lost at Sea With a Cooler Full of Blackmarket Human Organs”(Version 2)
Amit kicked and punched to get off the sinking shipAs it sunk into the ocean, ending quickly his tripHe grabbed his cooler full of organs that he smuggled aboardAnd floated off all alone, the drowning people ignored.
If he can’t sell these organs, he’ll be totally brokeHe’d have to live homeless on the street, his life a cruel joke.It’s been several days, and there’s been no sign of landBut if a ship comes to his rescue, would they understand?
Because if he’s not found soon, he’ll die lost at seaAnd that wouldn’t be fun (most indubitably)But if caught with the organs, he’ll be arrested right awaySo is it even worth it to live another day?
At the very least, he’ll get yelled at a lot.And being yelled at is the worst, so he’d rather not.He racks his brain for schemes to avoid getting caughtBut each scenario ends with him arrested, and eventually being shot.
He just wants to sell these organs that he rightfully stoleIt’s been his dream since childhood; his one lifelong goal!Just had to find an unscrupulous rich man who needs a new heartIt should have been so easy, but it’s gone wrong from the start.
Now it’s either death and/or jail, and both seem like a curseAnd no matter how much he dwells, he can’t decide which is worse. :’-/
(Starring my friend, the amazing Amit!)
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thedailydoodles:

"Lost at Sea With a Cooler Full of Blackmarket Human Organs”
(Version 2)

Amit kicked and punched to get off the sinking ship
As it sunk into the ocean, ending quickly his trip
He grabbed his cooler full of organs that he smuggled aboard
And floated off all alone, the drowning people ignored.

If he can’t sell these organs, he’ll be totally broke
He’d have to live homeless on the street, his life a cruel joke.
It’s been several days, and there’s been no sign of land
But if a ship comes to his rescue, would they understand?

Because if he’s not found soon, he’ll die lost at sea
And that wouldn’t be fun (most indubitably)
But if caught with the organs, he’ll be arrested right away
So is it even worth it to live another day?

At the very least, he’ll get yelled at a lot.
And being yelled at is the worst, so he’d rather not.
He racks his brain for schemes to avoid getting caught
But each scenario ends with him arrested, and eventually being shot.

He just wants to sell these organs that he rightfully stole
It’s been his dream since childhood; his one lifelong goal!
Just had to find an unscrupulous rich man who needs a new heart
It should have been so easy, but it’s gone wrong from the start.

Now it’s either death and/or jail, and both seem like a curse
And no matter how much he dwells, he can’t decide which is worse. :’-/

(Starring my friend, the amazing Amit!)

Wanna appear in your very own Daily Doodle?  CLICK HERE!
FAQ  TWITTER  FACEBOOK
  SOCIETY6


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nevver:

Daily meditation, Dave Whyte

nevver:

Daily meditation, Dave Whyte

(Source: dribbblepopular)


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backtonatureblog:

Lets get back to nature together. Visit: Get Back To Nature Blog

backtonatureblog:

Lets get back to nature together. Visit: Get Back To Nature Blog


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compassandwheel:

I’m doing a small series of mushroom drawings for a postcard set! Here’s the first one. 

compassandwheel:

I’m doing a small series of mushroom drawings for a postcard set! Here’s the first one. 


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whatarewewatching13:

Their friendship is perfection


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(Source: asterisk-)


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fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Sir Edward John Poynter (1836-1919)

1. Cave of the Storm Nymphs

2. The Nymph of the Stream

3. At Low Tide

4. Andromeda

5. The Wonders of the Deep


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2-shane-s:

no:

me: *poops on your chest*
you: moist cookies :3

honestly i have said some reckless shit on this website lord knows i have but this is awful


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siderealscion:

mALEFISHIENT, MARK

ive been meaning to make work-related comics forever, so enjoy some choice movie title bastardizations.

(these all actually, seriously, happened, with no humor or awareness on the part of the customer at the time as far as I could tell. so, yes, someone actually asked for a ticket to “Detergent” with a straight face.)


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