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Hi, I like to skate. I love women, weed and rap. Lil Wayne was always my shit, i love odd future and the music I make. which is ballin.. skateboarding takes up most my thoughts but i love it. I love to make people laugh and smile. be happy. ya deserve it. follow me and ask me things ")

theusb:

Stop And Enjoy The View.

theusb:

Stop And Enjoy The View.

mayorcladdy:

Since we’re mayors, all the random ACNL drama and conspiracies make us seem like legit politicians…

daaazedandconfuseddd:

I burnt my arm on the nail on the oil rig -_-

Join the club!!

daaazedandconfuseddd:

I burnt my arm on the nail on the oil rig -_-

Join the club!!

hashole:

sniper m4

by Mickelsen Studios

Seen this in person!!! AmazIng

herbalconcentration:

Dab sesh!

Good amount right Der

alexplainandsimple:

Told myself if I’d One daygo to the very top of the stadium. What better game than my last home game as an undergrad. #atmosvape #concentrates #lastgameever #highasfuck

alexplainandsimple:

Told myself if I’d One daygo to the very top of the stadium. What better game than my last home game as an undergrad. #atmosvape #concentrates #lastgameever #highasfuck

coralreefer420:

A midnight dab.  (Dome is by Sap Glass and rig is a Toro Macro XL)

Want

coralreefer420:

A midnight dab.
(Dome is by Sap Glass and rig is a Toro Macro XL)

Want

Look at my dick!

Look at my dick!

sagansense:

Thanks to observations by telescopes such as Hubble, we can estimate that there are over one hundred billion galaxies in our universe – and they’re just the ones we could see. So, by knowing the proportion of the sky that the grain of sand is covering, we can estimate the number of galaxies in that area.
Galaxies are huge swirling masses of stars, dust, and dark matter, and each galaxy can contain anywhere from 10 million stars (for a dwarf galaxy) to a thousand billion stars (for a giant galaxy). So even if your grain of sand was hiding only dwarf galaxies, it would still cover around a hundred billion stars!
Read more on this awe-inspiring fact at Physics.org

sagansense:

Thanks to observations by telescopes such as Hubble, we can estimate that there are over one hundred billion galaxies in our universe – and they’re just the ones we could see. So, by knowing the proportion of the sky that the grain of sand is covering, we can estimate the number of galaxies in that area.

Galaxies are huge swirling masses of stars, dust, and dark matter, and each galaxy can contain anywhere from 10 million stars (for a dwarf galaxy) to a thousand billion stars (for a giant galaxy). So even if your grain of sand was hiding only dwarf galaxies, it would still cover around a hundred billion stars!

Read more on this awe-inspiring fact at Physics.org