theewhiphand:

purrrrfect-drug:

theewhiphand:

purrrrfect-drug:

theewhiphand:

purrrrfect-drug:

theewhiphand:

I need money when I go to NYC in May, so I’m selling some camera stuff.

This stuff was given to me several years ago. I have no attachment to it and will take $60 for all of it.

Someone please buy this because I have zero use for it and need some money.

If you live around the Birmingham area, I can meet you somewhere close to UAB with it!

I’m definitely interested.

Seriously? Because I expected zero interest in them!

Yes! I’ve been wanting to get back into photography again (I was huge into it during high school but have up). My mom offered to give me her ancient Polaroid camera, but I found out they do not make film for that particular camera anymore. If this camera has film (at least I can buy), I’ll definitely buy it! I get paid next Friday.

Okay! I’ve never used them, and I know absolutely nothing about them, but I assume they work because they’ve been in their cases since Kelsey’s stepmom’s dead husband last used them - which was a looooong time ago.

If you want to research what kind of film they take before you say you want them, that’s fine! Just let me know!

Okay! I will, my aunt knows a lot about cameras so I will ask her. I looked at a recent Polaroid instant camera and the price ranges from $160, and that is ridiculous - not counting film.

According to my friend Luke, they are both 35mm SLR cameras, and 35mm film is obtainable.

Just let me know when you decide!

Okay! I’ll let you know by the end of this week! :-)




theewhiphand:

purrrrfect-drug:

theewhiphand:

purrrrfect-drug:

theewhiphand:

I need money when I go to NYC in May, so I’m selling some camera stuff.

This stuff was given to me several years ago. I have no attachment to it and will take $60 for all of it.

Someone please buy this because I have zero use for it and need some money.

If you live around the Birmingham area, I can meet you somewhere close to UAB with it!

I’m definitely interested.

Seriously? Because I expected zero interest in them!

Yes! I’ve been wanting to get back into photography again (I was huge into it during high school but have up). My mom offered to give me her ancient Polaroid camera, but I found out they do not make film for that particular camera anymore. If this camera has film (at least I can buy), I’ll definitely buy it! I get paid next Friday.

Okay! I’ve never used them, and I know absolutely nothing about them, but I assume they work because they’ve been in their cases since Kelsey’s stepmom’s dead husband last used them - which was a looooong time ago.

If you want to research what kind of film they take before you say you want them, that’s fine! Just let me know!

Okay! I will, my aunt knows a lot about cameras so I will ask her. I looked at a recent Polaroid instant camera and the price ranges from $160, and that is ridiculous - not counting film.



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mrgolightly:

dopegaga:

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theewhiphand:

purrrrfect-drug:

theewhiphand:

I need money when I go to NYC in May, so I’m selling some camera stuff.

This stuff was given to me several years ago. I have no attachment to it and will take $60 for all of it.

Someone please buy this because I have zero use for it and need some money.

If you live around the Birmingham area, I can meet you somewhere close to UAB with it!

I’m definitely interested.

Seriously? Because I expected zero interest in them!

Yes! I’ve been wanting to get back into photography again (I was huge into it during high school but have up). My mom offered to give me her ancient Polaroid camera, but I found out they do not make film for that particular camera anymore. If this camera has film (at least I can buy), I’ll definitely buy it! I get paid next Friday.




kayleeseranada:

celebritiesandmovies:

The joke that Bender tells but never finishes (while crawling through the ceiling) actually has no punchline. According to Judd Nelson, he ad-libbed the line. Originally, he was supposed to tell a joke that would end when he came back into the library and said, “Forgot my pencil”, but no one could come up with a joke for that punchline.

Did they just make up this entire movie on the spot.




theewhiphand:

I need money when I go to NYC in May, so I’m selling some camera stuff.

This stuff was given to me several years ago. I have no attachment to it and will take $60 for all of it.

Someone please buy this because I have zero use for it and need some money.

If you live around the Birmingham area, I can meet you somewhere close to UAB with it!

I’m definitely interested.




If you’re a teen you must follow this blog.

slightlyamusedslightlyannoyed:

skammunistparty:

aye-trashley:

out of all the words they could graffiti this is what they chose

HOLY SHIT THIS IS MY CITY BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA
LET ME TELL YOU GUYS ABOUT MOIST
MOIST IS THIS COOL AS FUCK GRAFFITI ARTIST HERE IN THE BIG HAM AND YALL BOUT TO HEAR HIS STORY
ONE DAY, LIL MOIST WAS IN A PARK. NOW, LIL MOIST WANTED TO GRAFF UP SOME SHIT BUT HE AINT GOT A TAG. OUR BUDDY MOIST CANT JUST GET ANY TAG, HE WANTS SOMETHING PEOPLE GONNA REMEMBER.
THEN OL MOISTY GETS INSPIRED
EVERYBODY HATES THE WORD MOIST
PEOPLE GONNA NOTICE IF THEY SEE “MOIST” WRITTEN HUGE AS FUCK
SO THIS GUY GOES AROUND THE CITY SPRAYING MOIST ALL OVER
AND NOW HES A LOCAL LEGEND
HE HE SPRAYS WITH DAZE, THE BIGGEST GRAFF ARTIST IN ALABAMA
HIS ART IS EVERYWHERE IN BHAM
HE HAS 15 THOUSAND NOTES ON TUMBLR DOT COM
FUCK YEAH MOIST YOURE MAKING BIRMINGHAM COOL

We all both hate and love moist


No, Moist tags inside of businesses and on the side of building that was recently renovated. So, fuck Moist. I’m tired of going to work and seeing that word everywhere, and I am tired of seeing it on historical architecture. I’m tired of people thinking he is some “mastermind”, he’s not…he is vandalizing property. Oh, and him tagging over Naro’s memorial tag was pretty unethical. So, yeah…




huffingtonpost:

Portraits Of Boston Marathon survivors see runners returning to the finish line to look back. See more of these inspiring photos here. 

Photographer Robert X. Fogarty of Dear World, a message-on-skin photography project, prepared the portraits of the survivors.