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WooHOO!!

I secured a Dillon RL550 B for an old motorcycle helmet and a beat to hell pelican case. Time to become a brass whore/nazi

Jen is not prepared! Jen is perpetuating domestic violence. (I watch cops.. I know what’s up.)

(Source: accordingtodevin)

If you had $100,000…

mr-swapmeet:

…to buy a new vehicle, what would it be.
Only factory options, new untitled vehicle. You can’t spend the change on anything aftermarket.

A king ranch super duty or the MRAP I saw on eBay a few month ago or a defender 110

Social Experiment: Reblog if you are American and know of at least one family member (distant or not) that owns a gun.

cerebralzero:

Statistically speaking if your family contains more than 3 adults there is a high likelihood you are related to someone who owns a gun because roughly 33% of Americans are firearms owners.

If we were talking about a country like Switzerland that likelihood would be even high since about 50% of their population are gun owners.

No one in my dirrect family owns any firearms(other than myself obviously) but I do have an uncle and a cousin who hunt and own firearms.

(Source: gretchdastretch)

Wyoming bound

Well the last of my big preperations are done for my move to Wyoming.. My carry gun has been ordered so once I trade my California drivers license for a Wyoming one I can legally concealed carry. Pretty excited to be an HK owner again, as my SIG is just too big for daily use.

What holster this this?

(Source: geartimes)

Jun 7

Just a few pics from Belize so far. Most from the site Tulix Mul where I’ve spent some of my time working. The chultun and burning termite mound are from another site I’m working at.

Another ugly sunrise #belize #archaeology #bluecreek #nofilter

Another ugly sunrise #belize #archaeology #bluecreek #nofilter

Photoshop like a boss

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Wait for it

(via correplatanito)

at first I was like “holy fucking shit” but then

(via cheschirebacon)

(Source: frikiskrew)

With the archaeologists comes the rain… #archaeology #belize #centralamerica #bluecreek

With the archaeologists comes the rain… #archaeology #belize #centralamerica #bluecreek

werewolfetude:

PSA:

Some people have sex and that’s okay

Some people don’t have sex and that’s also okay

but what’s NOT okay is putting fucking ketchup in your god damn mac and cheese

(Source: homosensationalism)

mediaite:

Joel McHale thinks the media might be over-covering the Jay Z/Solange fight

(Source: mediaite.com)

hellstarfantasy:

?  ?  ?  COINCIDENCE  ?  ?  ?

Wait a second… You can by Baja blast in a bottle?! At not taco bell?!?

historyechoes:

"Don’t pocket the Past!" While not fond of this particular picture, the point stands. As BLM Arizona States:
"Indian and Other Historical Artifacts: You may not collect any artifacts, ancient or historical, on public lands without a permit. This includes arrow heads or flakes, pottery or potsherds, mats, rock art, old bottles or pieces of equipment and buildings. These items are part of our national heritage and scientists are still learning much from them. Human burial remains on both public and private land are protected by federal and state law from being collected."
Federal, county, state and city laws often address the issue of collecting on government or public land. Many people do not know that it is illegal. If you do see something and want to tell someone about it, it is best to leave it alone and tell someone it’s location. Collecting it will only strip a possible site and deny people the opportunity to find contextual clues of the historical puzzle. It’s exact location can be important. I often use the example of a crime scene. Everyone is very aware of how disturbing a crime scene can disrupt an investigation. Archaeological investigation can be disrupted the same way.
Make your own image or poster telling people that picking up artifacts, disturbing sites, moving historical items, defacing buildings or rock art, collecting, etc is illegal on public lands including parks! I will try to come up with my own as well.

historyechoes:

"Don’t pocket the Past!" While not fond of this particular picture, the point stands. As BLM Arizona States:

"Indian and Other Historical Artifacts: You may not collect any artifacts, ancient or historical, on public lands without a permit. This includes arrow heads or flakes, pottery or potsherds, mats, rock art, old bottles or pieces of equipment and buildings. These items are part of our national heritage and scientists are still learning much from them. Human burial remains on both public and private land are protected by federal and state law from being collected."

Federal, county, state and city laws often address the issue of collecting on government or public land. Many people do not know that it is illegal. If you do see something and want to tell someone about it, it is best to leave it alone and tell someone it’s location. Collecting it will only strip a possible site and deny people the opportunity to find contextual clues of the historical puzzle. It’s exact location can be important. I often use the example of a crime scene. Everyone is very aware of how disturbing a crime scene can disrupt an investigation. Archaeological investigation can be disrupted the same way.

Make your own image or poster telling people that picking up artifacts, disturbing sites, moving historical items, defacing buildings or rock art, collecting, etc is illegal on public lands including parks! I will try to come up with my own as well.

#caffeineaddiction #coldbrew #coffee #kickinghorsecoffee

#caffeineaddiction #coldbrew #coffee #kickinghorsecoffee