things an old person (me) thinks while looking at tumblr

the-punk-industrial-complex:

"some people on this website really like cartoons"

"i guess that’s a television show or something"

"that person is very upset about that one thing/a lot of things"

"so that’s what’s passing for (blank) these days"

"i don’t think they researched that very well"

"i remember thinking that"

"i’m glad webcams were invented after i stopped drinking”

"why are they doing that with their lips?"

"i guess that’s an actor or something"

"cool truck"

"what is ‘soft grunge’?"

"it’s late"

(Source: artpunkrevolution)

The Rural Studio Turns 20

Great Web magazine y’all need to check our. They have some really solid and in depth articles. Just read the Rural Studio one today. Always wanted to get involved with that program.

(Source: bittersoutherner)

the-pink-mist:

rifleisfine:

sexecutive-outcums:

failedsuicideclub:

Hero.

This isn’t even the whole story. They told him he couldn’t go because they had no way of getting him there. So he walked outside when they weren’t looking and took a fucking bus. The next time he was seen was on Sword Beach, ith all his medals pinned to his chest.
brb, crying

The fucking Wehrmacht couldn’t stop him from hitting that beach the first time, what the fuck did the care home staff think they could do?

^^^^

the-pink-mist:

rifleisfine:

sexecutive-outcums:

failedsuicideclub:

Hero.

This isn’t even the whole story. They told him he couldn’t go because they had no way of getting him there. So he walked outside when they weren’t looking and took a fucking bus. The next time he was seen was on Sword Beach, ith all his medals pinned to his chest.

brb, crying

The fucking Wehrmacht couldn’t stop him from hitting that beach the first time, what the fuck did the care home staff think they could do?

^^^^

(via beaversandcupcakes)

Took a quick overnight silo trip last weekend. Went to the savage gulf state park, about two hours from Nashville. First day, started around 2, did about 8 miles and set up camp. First time sleeping in a hammock, but evening turned out pretty good. Next day, it started raining and I needed to get back to the car by noon. So naturally I took the longer and more hazardous route. Did over 12 miles in about 4 hours that morning. Not too bad considering the conditions. Do all total food a little over 20 miles. Was a great trip. Next time I want to take the lay and take my time to enjoy the sites.