destroying the world
one photograph, one cup of coffee at a time
destroying the world
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theartofanimation:

John Brosio
theartofanimation:

John Brosio
theartofanimation:

John Brosio
theartofanimation:

John Brosio
theartofanimation:

John Brosio
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crapandemic:

crapandemic:

zine-reviews:

I got crapandemic's latest mini zine in the mail yesterday and it is so good. In Let’s Wreck Their Precious Perfect Little Town, Julia Eff writes nostalgically about growing up rurally, and their affection for the loneliness and shitty coffee and great distances between mediocre destinations that go along with being an angsty rural subculture of one.
I also grew up in a crummy nowhere town, and reading this zine made me miss the big spaces between things, how long we drove to get to the party or whatever arbitrarily chosen destination, and made me miss the way that, before we carried cell phones, quiet spaces opened up between things, and you had the space in your brain for true teen brooding, and waiting, and smoking cigarettes. Most of the things that make me happy are in cities, but there are some important rural sadnesses that I am missing out on, and this zine brought ‘em back full force. It’s $1.25 and you can and should buy it here!

YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MY MINI GOT REVIEWED 
HELL YEAH

rebloggin again for the l8 nite crew cuz this is a beautiful review of such a teeny-weeny zine
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hopelesslypoinsoned:

Good day for a ride.
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donotdestroy:

Avions Caudron C.460
donotdestroy:

Avions Caudron C.460
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buttpee:

Making Damascus that’s strong enough to Handle the ballistics of a firearm is a Big undertaking. It requires some serious tools. I forge weld my material with a Chambersburg Pneumatic power hammer. This hammer was built in the 1970’s which makes it one of the last ones made. It was built for Reynolds Metals in Oregon (Reynolds Aluminum Foil) It’s 11 feet tall and weighs 36,500 lbs. It has a 1000 LB striking head. The Lower Anvil goes into the ground 55” and weighs 9000lbs. I love the fact that these massive machines still require a man holding material in tongs to operate them with a foot pedal. Not for the faint at heart… #jessejames #JJFU #madeintexas
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Tonight, at 2:15am, I came home to candles, wine, strawberries, and freshly baked molten chocolate cake. 

I have a good life.
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wearepioneerspress:

LAWSUIT FUNDRAISER UPDATE!
Huge thanks to everyone who has ordered from us this month, helped spread the word about our upcoming trial in Microcosm Publishing’s meritless lawsuit against us, and for sending us messages of support and encouragement! 
I just ran the figures and it looks like we have raised close to $3,000 towards our expenses for this month. We’re so thankful for this progress, but we’ve still got a long way to go. We need $6,000 just to get our family and our lawyer out to Portland and into the courtroom. On top of that we have our normal bare-bones farm expenses (rent, utilities, and supplies for our animal rescues) which averages $1850 a month. 
As we’ve said before, we aren’t looking for donations, but if we’ve got a book or zine you’ve been eyeing, we could really use your support right now. To sweeten the deal for you, we’re doing CONTEST MANIA for the month of September. 
Everyone who orders from Pioneers Press this month will get entered into a drawing to win one of four $40 Pioneers Press shopping sprees! We’ve already announced one lucky winner and we’ll announce a new winner every Sunday. 
AND if you reblog this here plea, we’ll enter you into a contest to win our new titles including Big Diamond, Simple Steps to a Life Less Shitty, and the Good Luck Not Dying book!
Any help, hugs, signal boosts, etc would be much appreciated. We definitely can’t do this alone.
Huge thanks for your ongoing support! 
xoxo, Jessie Duke and Pioneers Press

I wish I had the money to support these people right now.
If you see this and you have some cash to spend, I highly suggest visiting their site and buying something.  They are awesome people doing awesome things.
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School.