Warlike Parakeet

Trying to make sense of this world and the nature of my soul. I think visually, so I figured this blog will help.
wutangwookie:

yourganjaguru:

jinxinator:

420 celebrations went down between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. on APRIL 20, 2014 at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto, Canada. A peaceful smoke-filled affair, the place was a veritable hotbox when 4:20 p.m. rolled around.
Posted by DEREK FLACK

Meanwhile, in Canada….

beautiful

wutangwookie:

yourganjaguru:

jinxinator:

420 celebrations went down between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. on APRIL 20, 2014 at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto, Canada. A peaceful smoke-filled affair, the place was a veritable hotbox when 4:20 p.m. rolled around.

Posted by DEREK FLACK

Meanwhile, in Canada….

beautiful

(via gamma-ray-walrus)

dickfromafrica:

Hurricane Camille

In the mountain slopes between Charlottesville and Lynchburg, more than 26 inches (660 mm) of rain fell in 12 hours, but the worst was in Nelson County where 27 inches (690 mm) fell. There, rainfall was so heavy that reports were received of birds drowning in trees, cows floating down the Hatt Creek and of survivors having to cup hands around their mouth and nose in order to breathe through the deluge. Though the official rainfall was recorded as 27 inches, unofficial estimates are much greater. Some estimate that more than 40 inches of rain fell at Davis Creek. Most gauges were washed away; however, it was reported that an empty 55 gallon drum that was not even in the center of the heaviest rainfall had 31 inches of water in it after Camille passed. “So much rain fell in such a short time in Nelson County that, according to the National Weather Service at the time, it was ‘the probable maximum rainfall which meteorologists compute to be theoretically possible.’ “

The ensuing flash floods and mudslides killed 153 people. In Nelson County alone, 133 bridges washed out, while in some places entire communities were under water.

(via pfowolf)

If You're Worried Michelle Obama Will Outshine Your Kid at His High School Graduation, She Will

Mrs. Obama was hoping to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision, which struck down segregation in schools. And what better way to honor the anniversary of integrated schools than telling the nation’s first black first lady you don’t want her to speak at your high school graduation?

One parent told the Associated Press that she was concerned Mrs. Obama would “outshine” her son. Yes, she will. She’s the first lady of the United States, and your son is some kid from Topeka, Kansas. It’s not even close.

Plus, how much shining is your kid really doing?

(Source: knowledgeequalsblackpower)