cat pictures Show more
My fiance made a cool little house out of spare cardboard boxes
jessee hall university of missouri Show more
Looks as good as ever!
joke: what's the most expensive type of pizza Show more
Marijuana uspol Show more
The Northern Mariana Islands’ legislature is the first in the US to legalize marijuana sales.
cat pic Show more
Phoebe got a new Halloween-themed cat house :)
Went for a walk around Leonard springs with Lindsay. Apparently, this is where b-town used to get our water from.
This is a picture taken from the top of the old dam looking at what was once the bottom of the resivoir.
Seems the library installed a wall. Looks pretty nice.
the #pixies and #weezer Show more
That was a stellar concert. The pixies sounded spot on and weezer was a lot of fun.
The people next to us bought me a beer which was unexpected and incredibly nice of them.
Here's the pixies playing 'here comes your man' (not a great picture because it was still so light out)
Here's weezer after playing take on me
#car opinion Show more
Chevy monzas are my new favorite classic car.
they look modern and classic at the same time. Also, I always thought the scooped front with square headlights on the Trans am always looked kind of out of place but on the firebird and this car, they look like they belong.
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