folkthesystem!

I'm Glen, I live around Chicago.
folk & emo music - amateur herpetology - vegan stuff - paramedicine
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I don't feel anything,
unless we're living and dying for each other,
every second of our lives.
~ Wednesday, April 16 ~
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dieselotherapy:

Cannulate…. if you can. 


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Mexico Cozumel Dragon by:henigede

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Mexico Cozumel Dragon by:


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~ Tuesday, April 15 ~
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I bought plane tickets to go see Jade in May!!!


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I don’t have enough self control to enjoy jelly bean flavors separately.

Tags: also skittles
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dosopod:

“you don’t look depressed though”

oh yeah sorry i forgot to bring my literal dark cloud with me today


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malformalady:

The Greater Adjutant (Leptoptilos dubius) is a member of the stork family, Ciconiidae. The Greater Adjutant Stork has adaptations that help them to be better scavengers.  A bald head and neck, although it doesn’t make them look pretty, helps them to keep clean.  The neck and head is the hardest part for a bird to reach when they preen, or clean, themselves.  Having no feathers means there are less places for their scavenged food to get stuck.
Photo credit: Ben Fitzgerald

malformalady:

The Greater Adjutant (Leptoptilos dubius) is a member of the stork family, Ciconiidae. The Greater Adjutant Stork has adaptations that help them to be better scavengers.  A bald head and neck, although it doesn’t make them look pretty, helps them to keep clean.  The neck and head is the hardest part for a bird to reach when they preen, or clean, themselves.  Having no feathers means there are less places for their scavenged food to get stuck.

Photo credit: Ben Fitzgerald


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and this is the room,
one afternoon i knew i could love you.
and from above you, how i sank into your soul,
into that secret place where no one dares to go.

(Source: maryruthlikesmusic)


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~ Monday, April 14 ~
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harizanmai:

2 heads Raven on Laura jane grace.

freehand work in Kyoto,Japan.

GAKKIN TATTOO


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Well, let me tell you, beautiful,
I’ve been there
believe me when I say I’m not afraid
of destruction, sorrow, fear or regret.
I heard the devil call me by my name

(Source: frankcrimes)


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