Favorite celebrity Twitter: Asa Akira
this will probably die but every reblog will get “banana” in their askbox
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Their Senior Prom to their wedding.
I’ve already reblogged this picture, but I’m reblogging it again because it’s probably one of the cutest pics I’ve seen :’)
I hope one day thats me.
omg<3 love this
thAT IS SO CUTE
They married young but its so cute omg.
My sexual orientation is straight
to the computer when I wake up
Imagine if your follower count turned into money
I’d still be broke
what if it was your post count
fairly certain that my physics textbook snapchats are my greatest achievement in life
Theres a problem when you like someone.
Their existance becomes apart of your only thoughts, and you think of them day and night. What they’re doing, how they’re feeling, even what the current expression is on their face. They consume your mind. You feel the need to do everything for them. To not only please them, but also yourself in hopes that they too,like you back. You talk to them more than anyone else. Nothing can pull you away, because in you’re eyes, they’re perfect.
History Meme | One War → The Great Emu War
In 1932, Australian farmers had a problem: A gigantic flock of birds had migrated into their land and were obliterating their wheat crops. And this being Australia, these particular birds were unlikely to be intimidated by a dude made of straw and old clothes. They were emus: flightless, 6-foot-tall eating machines that had decided to take over the local farmlands. And there were 20,000 of them. The situation quickly escalated to the point where you could barely see the fields from scores of Big Birds lounging around. And since the problem was downright cartoonish, the farmers opted to solve it in an appropriately Wile E. Coyotesque way: They asked for military assistance. That is how Major G.P.W. Meredith of the Royal Australian Artillery found himself leading two regiments of battle-hardened soldiers, complete with some big-ass heavy machine guns, to unleash hell on a bunch of helpless birds. When Australian troops spotted flocks of emus, they opened fire. The emus scattered, and even when feathers popped up in the air off of the bird indicating a hit, the emus continued to run. It didn’t seem to matter much to the emus who returned time and again. After a week, Meredith commented
“if we had a military division with the bullet-carrying capacity of these birds, it would face any army in the world. They could face machine guns with the invulnerability of tanks. They are like Zulus…”.
After a week of engagement, having fired over 10,000 rounds of ammunition and having killed maybe five birds, the Australian Army withdrew, officially losing the war to unarmed flightless birds.
“The Emu command had evidently ordered guerrilla tactics, and its unwieldy army soon split up into innumerable small units that made use of the military equipment uneconomic.”
Jeff Ho and the Zephyr Competition Team at the skateboard competition in Del Mar, California, 1975. The defining moment in skateboard history, when the disorderly presence of the Z-Boys was introduced to the world of organized skateboarding. Photo by Craig R. Stecyk.
The Pacific Ocean Park Pier in Venice, California. A broken down and abandoned amusement park right on the coast of California, popular among local surfers, due to it’s challenging structure, among them the The Zephyr Surf Team. Shot sometime in the 1970’s. Photographer unknown.
Steve Caballero, Jim Muir, Jeff Ho, Glen E Friedman, Stacy Peralta, Jay Adams, Tony Alva, and Christian Hosoi at the “Die Posers Die” Art Show in LA at Alva Skateshop in February of 2011.