The Mind Pit

May 9 2014, 10am


rivialle-heichou:

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with permission from artist to repost

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May 9 2014, 10am


All replies are currently drafted with the exception of of the thread with mz-hxde, which I’ve replied to.

It will be slow going for awhile until some things irl manage to get straighten out and dealt with. I’m sorry about this.

~Neo-Luna

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May 6 2014, 7am


okay seriously reblog if you’re older than 12


espewnosa:

elisa-1135:

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COME ON PEOPLE, THERE HAS GOT TO BE MORE. image

REBLOGGING THIS FOR USE OF A BTR GIF

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May 6 2014, 7am


airefee:


YEAH first “comic” since.. oooooh long long.. so.. enjoy innocent Levi



May 6 2014, 7am


teaseon:

ultrafacts:

For more posts like this, follow the Ultrafacts Blog!

The whole compiled list of useful links. More is to come! Follow today!

The list just gets longer each day. I FRIKEN LOVE YOU ULTRAFACTS


May 6 2014, 7am


zamii070:

jane, pj, and i have snk conversations at 11pm and then this happens


May 6 2014, 7am


bobbycaputo:

Geotagged Wildlife Photos Help Poachers Kill Endangered Animals

If you care about endangered animals that are hunted for their parts, here’s something important you should keep in mind: make sure you scrub the GPS data on the images prior to sharing them online. Poachers have reportedly been turning to geotagged photos on social networks in order to find out where they can make their next kill.

A photograph that has recently been making the rounds on the Web shows a sign that has been put up at an undisclosed reserve. It reads:

Please be careful when sharing photos on social media. They can lead poachers to our rhino

Turn off geotag function and do not disclose where the photo was taken

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