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missmirim:

longliverock:

America
A Horse with No Name
America
Bunnell
1971 Warner Brothers Records

I have this album on vinyl.

Played 429 times. via MICHIGANUPSWAMPMONKEY.
Video 29 Jun 28 notes

chillypepperhothothot:

John Lennon stand by me

Photo 29 Jun 698 notes Where is this magical place?

Where is this magical place?

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Photo 29 Jun 10,768 notes yeahiwasintheshit:

dangers of marijuana

yeahiwasintheshit:

dangers of marijuana

Photo 24 Jun 98 notes electripipedream:


Bob FriedHoly Smoke1967 

electripipedream:

Bob Fried
Holy Smoke
1967 

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magnolia-blossom:

Mumford & Sons - The Cave

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Juice Rap News: THIEFA’s World Coup vs Brazilian people

Photo 19 Jun 270 notes devilduck:

The Sleeping Monkey by tunc suerdas
Photo 18 Jun 272 notes touchn2btouched:

She began to write the lyrics of her life in a way that would play in tune to his chords._Soulbites

touchn2btouched:

She began to write the lyrics of her life in a way that would play in tune to his chords.
_Soulbites

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Video 18 Jun 3 notes

The Fall of Iraq - What You Aren’t Being Told

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Western Gov Creating Terrorism, ISIS IRAQ: Annie Machon - Whistleblower

Photo 15 Jun 60 notes elledark:

Iraq
A lot of media attention is focused currently on the rapidly worsening situation in Iraq. It seems the country is being torn apart by sectarian fighting and may be heading towards civil war (story here).
Iraq was a relatively stable middle-east state and sometime ally until it was invaded by the US in 2003 on the basis of lies told to the American public by the Bush regime. Not misunderstandings. Not ‘faulty intelligence’. Lies. There were no WMD; there were no ties to 9/11; there were no links then to ‘terrorists’; there was no threat to the West. It was a ‘war’ kick-started theatrically by a colossal ‘Shock and Awe’ attack, which was an act of large-scale state terrorism. A war that ended up costing the lives of  thousands of US service personnel, hundreds of thousands of Iraqui civilians, and created almost 4 million refugees or displaced persons. The greatest middle-east humanitarian disaster in living memory,The infrastructure of the country was smashed. It’s political and civil structures were dismantled. There were massacres of civilians at places like Haditha and Fallujah. War crimes were committed. Torture became official US policy and horrific pictures of bestial inhumanity towards defenseless prisoners in Abu Ghraib shocked the world. A toxic legacy was created by US weapons that condemned Iraqui babies in certain areas to the risk of being born with birth defects.Iraq was an unnecessary  ‘war’ that will cost America over $4 Trillion that could have been better spent on schools and hospitals and infrastructure to create jobs. It ranks as one of the worst foreign policy blunders in US history and did irreparable damage to it’s standing in the world. And now, over 10 years later, after all of the lies and criminality and waste and innocent blood shed, the two leaders of the regimes that caused this calamity, George W Bush and Tony Blair, remain free men while the country they attacked and devastated without any coherent plan for its future is sinking into chaos and bloody civil war. Whatever the complexities of the present rapidly worsening situation in Iraq, however the media try to apportion blame for current events, nobody should ever forget how we got here or who was responsible.

elledark:

Iraq

A lot of media attention is focused currently on the rapidly worsening situation in Iraq. It seems the country is being torn apart by sectarian fighting and may be heading towards civil war (story here).

Iraq was a relatively stable middle-east state and sometime ally until it was invaded by the US in 2003 on the basis of lies told to the American public by the Bush regime. Not misunderstandings. Not ‘faulty intelligence’. Lies. There were no WMD; there were no ties to 9/11; there were no links then to ‘terrorists’; there was no threat to the West.

It was a ‘war’ kick-started theatrically by a colossal ‘Shock and Awe’ attack, which was an act of large-scale state terrorism. A war that ended up costing the lives of  thousands of US service personnel, hundreds of thousands of Iraqui civilians, and created almost 4 million refugees or displaced persons. The greatest middle-east humanitarian disaster in living memory,

The infrastructure of the country was smashed. It’s political and civil structures were dismantled. There were massacres of civilians at places like Haditha and Fallujah. War crimes were committed. Torture became official US policy and horrific pictures of bestial inhumanity towards defenseless prisoners in Abu Ghraib shocked the world. A toxic legacy was created by US weapons that condemned Iraqui babies in certain areas to the risk of being born with birth defects.

Iraq was an unnecessary  ‘war’ that will cost America over $4 Trillion that could have been better spent on schools and hospitals and infrastructure to create jobs. It ranks as one of the worst foreign policy blunders in US history and did irreparable damage to it’s standing in the world. 

And now, over 10 years later, after all of the lies and criminality and waste and innocent blood shed, the two leaders of the regimes that caused this calamity, George W Bush and Tony Blair, remain free men while the country they attacked and devastated without any coherent plan for its future is sinking into chaos and bloody civil war.

Whatever the complexities of the present rapidly worsening situation in Iraq, however the media try to apportion blame for current events, nobody should ever forget how we got here or who was responsible.

(Source: e-writing)

Video 15 Jun 112,890 notes

cubebreaker:

In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.


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