placiddream:

the-juice-box-kittens:

cyberbullys:

icymirss:

Puppycide: Cops Arrest Man Recording Them, Then Kill His Dog

that’s absolutely fucking horrible I feel like crying

no this is not ok, a dog protect his owner, if you ‘attack’ the owner the dog ‘attackt’ you to protect the owner so you don’t shoot the dog, never shoot a dog, never

That fucking cop, for fucks sake never shoot a mother fucking dog ever. This is probably the worst thing i have ever seen and im just bawling my eyes out right now. 

Worthless pieces of shit just wasting oxygen, the cops that is. ;(

04

July

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washingtonpoststyle:

George Clooney is arrested this morning after protesting at the Sudan Embassy in Washington, D.C. Live updates here.
Photo by Kevin Lamarque (Reuters)

washingtonpoststyle:

George Clooney is arrested this morning after protesting at the Sudan Embassy in Washington, D.C. Live updates here.

Photo by Kevin Lamarque (Reuters)

16

March

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10

March

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10

March

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10

March

334 notes

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10

March

232 notes

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It’s all about the way we see things.


It’s all about the way we see things.

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05

March

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04

March

985 notes

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24

February

315 notes

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fuckyeahstonercouples:

beautifykush12:

that is wtf is up!!

ho man woah. gotta be fun to smoke out of but a bitch to clean

*HONK* ;)

fuckyeahstonercouples:

beautifykush12:

that is wtf is up!!

ho man woah. gotta be fun to smoke out of but a bitch to clean

*HONK* ;)

17

February

965 notes

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mohandasgandhi:

zikrayat:

unhistorical:

February 14, 1945: FDR meets with King Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia.
This meeting, which took place aboard the USS Quincy, marked the first ever meeting between American and Saudi leaders. And on Valentine’s Day, too - how quaint.



a love story

Interestingly, during this meeting, Roosevelt asked King Ibn-Saud (also known as Abdul-Aziz), who, like many other Arab leaders, had taken up the Palestinian case, if it would be acceptable to the League of Arab states for 100,000-200,000 Jewish Holocaust refugees to be allowed entry into Palestine. King Ibn-Saud maintained that while the Arab world was sympathetic towards the plight of the Jews, the dilemma as to what to do with the refugees was a European problem, not an Arab one. It was unfair to push the burden onto Palestine or the Arab world.
FDR also promised that no steps would be taken concerning Palestine without the consultation of Arab leaders, reflecting a U.S. concern for stability in the Arab world and its oil. Unfortunately, FDR died a few months later in April of 1945 and didn’t leave behind any foreign policy plans, recommendations, or strategies for Harry Truman, one of the most idealistic presidents the United States has ever seen. As we know, Truman took up the Zionist cause because he felt enormous sympathy for the Jews after the Holocaust and wound up playing a very significant role as he lobbied nation-states to vote in favor of the ultimately successful United Nations partition plan in 1947, creating the state of Israel.
White House political advisor David Niles said that if FDR had lived, it would have been doubtful that the United States would have challenged the White Paper of 1939, an agreement between Britain, the Palestinians, and various Arab states, promising the creation of an independent Palestine no later than 1949, and it’s unlikely the state of Israel would exist as it does today.

mohandasgandhi:

zikrayat:

unhistorical:

February 14, 1945: FDR meets with King Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia.

This meeting, which took place aboard the USS Quincy, marked the first ever meeting between American and Saudi leaders. And on Valentine’s Day, too - how quaint.


a love story

Interestingly, during this meeting, Roosevelt asked King Ibn-Saud (also known as Abdul-Aziz), who, like many other Arab leaders, had taken up the Palestinian case, if it would be acceptable to the League of Arab states for 100,000-200,000 Jewish Holocaust refugees to be allowed entry into Palestine. King Ibn-Saud maintained that while the Arab world was sympathetic towards the plight of the Jews, the dilemma as to what to do with the refugees was a European problem, not an Arab one. It was unfair to push the burden onto Palestine or the Arab world.

FDR also promised that no steps would be taken concerning Palestine without the consultation of Arab leaders, reflecting a U.S. concern for stability in the Arab world and its oil. Unfortunately, FDR died a few months later in April of 1945 and didn’t leave behind any foreign policy plans, recommendations, or strategies for Harry Truman, one of the most idealistic presidents the United States has ever seen. As we know, Truman took up the Zionist cause because he felt enormous sympathy for the Jews after the Holocaust and wound up playing a very significant role as he lobbied nation-states to vote in favor of the ultimately successful United Nations partition plan in 1947, creating the state of Israel.

White House political advisor David Niles said that if FDR had lived, it would have been doubtful that the United States would have challenged the White Paper of 1939, an agreement between Britain, the Palestinians, and various Arab states, promising the creation of an independent Palestine no later than 1949, and it’s unlikely the state of Israel would exist as it does today.

14

February

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Check Out My Youtube Channel! →

I’m not on tumblr much anymore, unfortunately due to school and whatnot. I do however try to shoot and upload videos whenever I can. Check out my youtube channel or just visit iheartganja.com

It has been even longer since my last video, or at least it seems so, and I got a new phone with 1080p video!

I have been really busy with classes, occupy, home & family, trying to pay the bills, blah-blah-blah…so videos have been lacking.

Also, I have unfortunately used up all my hemp wick from Humboldt Hemp Wick and am having to use a lighter, hopefully that’ll change sooner than later :)

Peace and love, everyone!

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12

January

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adrenochromechildren:

I always get really pissed when people say these two are the same… It’s almost silly how much propaganda people are willing to believe.

adrenochromechildren:

I always get really pissed when people say these two are the same… It’s almost silly how much propaganda people are willing to believe.

23

October

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