Flotsam & Jetsam San Francisco
#tbt to when I was being a ham.

#tbt to when I was being a ham.

My happy place😎#timetorelax

My happy place😎#timetorelax

She’s ready to party. #rosemarybaby #vacationboo #tahoe #america #usausa  (at Beach At Lake Tahoe)

She’s ready to party. #rosemarybaby #vacationboo #tahoe #america #usausa (at Beach At Lake Tahoe)

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floresenelatico:

Kristyna Pojerova Greenhouse Lamp.

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nevver:

The waiting is the hardest part, John Register

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itsnotthatserious:

rachelzoe:

Haute Couture Obsessions- Giambattista Valli Couture

Bury me in this dress

itsnotthatserious:

rachelzoe:

Haute Couture Obsessions- Giambattista Valli Couture

Bury me in this dress

nevver:

A little part of my soul

It’s good to have a sense of humor.

nevver:

A little part of my soul

It’s good to have a sense of humor.

(Source: twitter.com)

deathlletter:

The State of the American Dog

This is a story about an American dog: my dog, Dexter. And because Dexter is a pit bull, this is also a story about the American dog, because pit bulls have changed the way Americans think about dogs in general. Reviled, pit bulls have become representative. There is no other dog that figures as often in the national narrative—no other dog as vilified on the evening news, no other dog as defended on television programs, no other dog as mythologized by both its enemies and its advocates, no other dog as discriminated against, no other dog as wantonly bred, no other dog as frequently abused, no other dog as promiscuously abandoned, no other dog as likely to end up in an animal shelter, no other dog as likely to be rescued, no other dog as likely to be killed. In a way, the pit bull has become the only American dog, because it is the only American dog that has become an American metaphor—and the only American dog that people bother to name. When a cocker spaniel bites, it does so as a member of its species; it is never anything but a dog. When a pit bull bites, it does so as a member of its breed. A pit bull is never anything but a pit bull.

deathlletter:

The State of the American Dog

This is a story about an American dog: my dog, Dexter. And because Dexter is a pit bull, this is also a story about the American dog, because pit bulls have changed the way Americans think about dogs in general. Reviled, pit bulls have become representative. There is no other dog that figures as often in the national narrative—no other dog as vilified on the evening news, no other dog as defended on television programs, no other dog as mythologized by both its enemies and its advocates, no other dog as discriminated against, no other dog as wantonly bred, no other dog as frequently abused, no other dog as promiscuously abandoned, no other dog as likely to end up in an animal shelter, no other dog as likely to be rescued, no other dog as likely to be killed. In a way, the pit bull has become the only American dog, because it is the only American dog that has become an American metaphor—and the only American dog that people bother to name. When a cocker spaniel bites, it does so as a member of its species; it is never anything but a dog. When a pit bull bites, it does so as a member of its breed. A pit bull is never anything but a pit bull.

She’s smiling! Thanks for the photo @heyryanw #rosemarybaby #pitcorgi #pitmix  (at Bernal Hill)

She’s smiling! Thanks for the photo @heyryanw #rosemarybaby #pitcorgi #pitmix (at Bernal Hill)

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dvdp:

140529

dvdp:

140529

I was born in the 80's