Still no internet…

I’m still shit outta luck getting my internet back up, but I’m getting my tax return soon so hopefully I’ll be back and with a million posts at once. Thanks everyone!

Hey everyone, I can’t brelieve I missed it, but I’ve passed a 1,000 followers!!! Thanks for making my miserable week better. I lost the internet, which is why I haven’t been posting, (I’m at work now) but hopefully it should be back within a week or so. I miss tumblr like crazy. Thanks again, don’t give up on me!

canisfamiliaris:

2000 Vs. 2010: Some of the Ways in Which The World Has Changed in One Decade

canisfamiliaris:

2000 Vs. 2010: Some of the Ways in Which The World Has Changed in One Decade

(Reblogged from canisfamiliaris)

TEOTWAWKI

earthtokylie:

You can twist anything to make or fit. How about the fact that we have incisors? Or that we need some of the proteins in meat to be healthy?
It’s called a fucking omnivore.

Wow.  Humans don’t need proteins from meat to be healthy. It’s actually almost impossible to not get enough protein in any diet.

earthtokylie:

You can twist anything to make or fit. How about the fact that we have incisors? Or that we need some of the proteins in meat to be healthy?

It’s called a fucking omnivore.

Wow.  Humans don’t need proteins from meat to be healthy. It’s actually almost impossible to not get enough protein in any diet.

(Reblogged from earthtokylie)
canisfamiliaris:

Aahh…. Nothing like a little bud to help me relax…. 

canisfamiliaris:

Aahh…. Nothing like a little bud to help me relax…. 

(Reblogged from canisfamiliaris)
canisfamiliaris:

Penalty for Pollution versus Penalty for Pot
(via ifoundareason)

As usual, this applies to lots of countries, not just the U.S.

canisfamiliaris:

Penalty for Pollution versus Penalty for Pot

(via ifoundareason)

As usual, this applies to lots of countries, not just the U.S.

(Reblogged from canisfamiliaris)
(Reblogged from veganlove)

urbangreens:

Submitted by Marijke Bruinsma:

EETHUIS (eathouse) is a small house made of a scaffold structure and covered with eatable green (vegetables, herbs and flowers). We’ve built the house, the green has grown very well and we’ve had a nice harvest.

www.ateliergras.nl

This is the BEST!  Click-through for more photos!

(Reblogged from thegreenurbanist)
(Reblogged from wrenawild)