23rd April 2014

Audio post with 1 note

mosh.

Tagged: seventh starbands that need to reunitebands i would mosh for

Source: Spotify

23rd April 2014

Audio post

I’ve got my self liberation
break down the walls that block your line of sight,
so you can do what’s
right
you’ll fall, but I’ll remain upright
you are wrong and I am right

Tagged: focal pointupright90s hardcoresolidstatetooth and nailstraight edgedemon hunter

Source: Spotify

23rd April 2014

Photo reblogged from Premonitions of Rain with 136,203 notes

ants-amongst-elephants:

flyoffmynaturalhigh:

Only a few will understand what this is about…

I can die happy.

Yep.

ants-amongst-elephants:

flyoffmynaturalhigh:

Only a few will understand what this is about…

I can die happy.

Yep.

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23rd April 2014

Photo with 4 notes

The first hardcore show in Greencastle in quite a while, come hang out and have some fun.

The first hardcore show in Greencastle in quite a while, come hang out and have some fun.

Tagged: strengthen what remainsburdened heartssharkweakhardcoremetalmetalcoregreencastlepahcmdhcbreathing roomall agesall fun and no fights

21st April 2014

Photoset reblogged from welcome to hell. with 68,893 notes

yungsephiroth:

whocanblameyou:

lady-freak-beast:

vegetarian-monster:

agent-hardass:

Recovery Record is the smart companion for managing your journey to recovery from eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, obsessive eating disorder, binge eating disorder and compulsive eating disorder.



With Recovery Record you can:

- Keep a record of meals, thoughts and feelings 
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Android

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Boosting this for followers or stumblers onto my blog.

I can’t help with 99% of eating disorder stuff because just thinking about it triggers crazytownbananapants for me, but this could really help some people.

Signal boost for all the girls and boys working with recovery.

It’s not a struggle I identify with, but it’s worth sharing for those of you who do.

I really need this

Not for me, but signal boost anyway.

Source: agent-hardass

21st April 2014

Photoset reblogged from yank crime with 52,091 notes

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20th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Just A Small Town Traveler with 528,673 notes

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20th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Addicted To Fresh. with 43,145 notes

killian-me-softly-jones:

Bob’s Burgers - BURGER OF THE DAY

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20th April 2014

Audio post with 2 notes

Listen to this when you punch obnoxious hippies today.

Tagged: 420blazeitstreight edge revengeproject xstraight edge

Source: Spotify

20th April 2014

Photo reblogged from with 80 notes

theadamglass:

If there’s one thing I’ve taught any of you, I hope that it’s not to trust words in pictures on tumblr. Easter is from an old germanic word with contentious meaning. British historian Bede (673-735 CE) suggests the word comes from a name of a goddess, but he is literally the only source for it. There’s a non-zero chance that it’s just the thing the locals started calling the Christian holiday when it was introduced with no correlation to existing beliefs.Ishtar was a Babylonian goddess and that is just about the only thing right in this picture. No association with eggs or rabbits, no etymological association with Easter. Pascha, the name Christians used for the holiday before calling it Easter (and a good chunk of Christians still do) is related to Passover.

theadamglass:

If there’s one thing I’ve taught any of you, I hope that it’s not to trust words in pictures on tumblr.
Easter is from an old germanic word with contentious meaning. British historian Bede (673-735 CE) suggests the word comes from a name of a goddess, but he is literally the only source for it. There’s a non-zero chance that it’s just the thing the locals started calling the Christian holiday when it was introduced with no correlation to existing beliefs.
Ishtar was a Babylonian goddess and that is just about the only thing right in this picture. No association with eggs or rabbits, no etymological association with Easter. Pascha, the name Christians used for the holiday before calling it Easter (and a good chunk of Christians still do) is related to Passover.

Source: thehighguybenblaze