1. clarknokent:

When you’re playing outside when you’re not supposed to be and your momma pull up.

    clarknokent:

    When you’re playing outside when you’re not supposed to be and your momma pull up.

    Reblogged from: ruinedchildhood
  2. rlyhigh:

    bringing this back

    Reblogged from: daylighhttt
  3. proud-atheist:

The struggle of dealing with creationists….http://proud-atheist.tumblr.com

    proud-atheist:

    The struggle of dealing with creationists….
    http://proud-atheist.tumblr.com

    Reblogged from: proud-atheist
  4. They say a person needs just three things to be truly happy in this world: someone to love, something to do, and something to hope for.
    Tom Bodett (via pushingpositivity)
    Reblogged from: pushingpositivity
  5. Reblogged from: terminalkindofcare
  6. alternatealbumartwork:

ScHoolboy Q // Oxymoron 

    alternatealbumartwork:

    ScHoolboy Q // Oxymoron 

    Reblogged from: trevaa
  7. trevaa:

endnegativity:

Look at this oppressed man and his oppressed family.

hahahaha son… i cant 

    trevaa:

    endnegativity:

    Look at this oppressed man and his oppressed family.

    hahahaha son… i cant 

    Reblogged from: trevaa
  8. Reblogged from: tarebuddy
  9. blackguyemoji:

    accurate as hell

    Reblogged from: cassshole
  10. Reblogged from: pigeons-n-planes
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  12. freshest-tittymilk:

    communismkills:

    trueemergence:

    omg damn

    IS THIS REAL.

    Theres no sun on planet earth

    It’s all just fucking shade

    Reblogged from: tarebuddy
  13. vintagelasvegas:

    Then & Now: Las Vegas Strip from above, 1965 & 2013. Both photos looking south from Saraha Blvd. Top photo is March 1965 a block north of Sahara, less than 10 years after the Saraha Casino was opened. Second photo is taken from the Stratosphere lounge.

    Photos: Las Vegas then & now

    Reblogged from: vintagelasvegas
  14. vintagelasvegas:

New Town Tavern - segregated Las Vegas – c. 1959. The casino is still in business today as the Ultra New Town Casino, on westside’s Jackson Ave at F St, where most Las Vegas black casinos operated in the 1940s-60s. 
Read Pam Goertler’s A West Side Story about the clubs and casinos in segregated Las Vegas, via Casino Collectable News.

    vintagelasvegas:

    New Town Tavern - segregated Las Vegas – c. 1959. The casino is still in business today as the Ultra New Town Casino, on westside’s Jackson Ave at F St, where most Las Vegas black casinos operated in the 1940s-60s. 

    Read Pam Goertler’s A West Side Story about the clubs and casinos in segregated Las Vegas, via Casino Collectable News.

    Reblogged from: vintagelasvegas
  15. vintagelasvegas:

Las Vegas 1968 by Venturi/Brown

    vintagelasvegas:

    Las Vegas 1968 by Venturi/Brown

    Reblogged from: booozeandhotpants
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