I'm Coreee & you are not.
mygripmyfocus:

whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat. 
This is the ultimate saturday morning sex couch 

mygripmyfocus:

whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat. 

This is the ultimate saturday morning sex couch 

#pitbull

#pitbull

icandoanythinggood:

WANT ALL PLEASE

romanze:

Gale Robbins in her Halloween finery.

romanze:

Gale Robbins in her Halloween finery.

loscotalos:

RON HENRY WELLS tattoo

loscotalos:

RON HENRY WELLS tattoo

diam0ndteeth:

this makes me want another one SOOOO BAAAAD! gaahh!

Oh. Shit.

diam0ndteeth:

this makes me want another one SOOOO BAAAAD! gaahh!

Oh. Shit.

stormytherabbit:

honey booboo has a serious discussion about gender identities and queer theory

lettersfromhere:


There are 5,393 carceral facilities in the United States, places where people are held in local jails, state prisons, federal corrections facilities, immigration detention centers – “anywhere where an individual can be sort of confined and locked up,” explains Josh Begley, “and, in some of the bigger instances, warehoused in one place.”
Begley is a master’s student in the Interactive Telecommunications program at New York University. He wanted to graphically represent what all of this means, to communicate not just the sheer quantity of prisons in America (a number that has been booming for decades), but their volume on our landscape. As part of a class project, he created the oddly beautiful website Prison Map, which offers a mashed-up birds-eye view of all of these places, taken from Google Satellite images.

 (via The Stunning Geography of Incarceration - Design - The Atlantic Cities)

lettersfromhere:

There are 5,393 carceral facilities in the United States, places where people are held in local jails, state prisons, federal corrections facilities, immigration detention centers – “anywhere where an individual can be sort of confined and locked up,” explains Josh Begley, “and, in some of the bigger instances, warehoused in one place.”

Begley is a master’s student in the Interactive Telecommunications program at New York University. He wanted to graphically represent what all of this means, to communicate not just the sheer quantity of prisons in America (a number that has been booming for decades), but their volume on our landscape. As part of a class project, he created the oddly beautiful website Prison Map, which offers a mashed-up birds-eye view of all of these places, taken from Google Satellite images.

 (via The Stunning Geography of Incarceration - Design - The Atlantic Cities)

Hello, future back tattoo…

Hello, future back tattoo…