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consulting-cannibal:

this whole season could have no sound, i’ll just go to the cw with my script and do a voice over for everything. this is a rough draft

http://thursdayschild.co.vu/post/100581516853/mishanarry-dean-wiped-his-hands-on-the-back-of

mishanarry:

Dean wiped his hands on the back of his dress pants as his eyes scanned over the crowd of people who sat before him. Why was he so damn nervous? He told himself that he wouldn’t be this nervous today.

And, he wasn’t. Not until his goof of a brother opened his big fat mouth…

Tumblr isn’t working on my computer. I thought it might just be an internet connection thing last night, but it’s still messing up this morning. I think my laptop may have gone past it’s ability to load Tumblr omg but I have things to post?

odditiesoflife:

Glass Beach, Northern California

From 1950 to 1967, residents of Fort Bragg, California chose to dispose of their waste by hurling it off the cliffs above a beach. No object was too toxic or too large such as household appliances, automobiles, and all matter of trash were tossed into the crashing waves below, eventually earning it the name The Dumps. Then in 1967, city leaders closed and reclaimed the beach. Various cleanup programs were undertaken.

Over the next several decades, the pounding waves cleaned the beach by breaking down everything but glass turning the sand into a sparkling, multicolored bed of smooth glass stones. The California Department of Parks and Recreation purchased the land and incorporated it into MacK­er­richer State Park in 2002.

(Source: Los Angeles Times)