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Here's a bunch of stuff I found on the Internet. For original content, follow my photo-a-day blog at www.getoutofthisplace.tumblr.com.

Oct 17
wastedlikeamemory:

14OCT14 — Today my friend’s dog died.  Losing a dog is a sadness so profound, it’s useless to explain it to anyone who hasn’t experienced it.  I only met Kaia a handful of times, but I was always amazed by her tricks and how well behaved she was…our dogs have always been maniacs, so any dog that can go without a leash and stay by your side gets my respect.  I barely even know Guy, but he’s a good dude…one of those people that you can tell their momma raised them right.  Seemingly a happy, fun-loving, social, always the one to make sure people feel included sort of guy.  Perhaps that’s why I am so sad for him.  I hate seeing someone who is such a force of happiness face such heartbreak.  The one thing I do know is how much he loves this dog.  I mean, one of our first nights drinking together ended with a pictorial/video history of his and Kaia’s many adventures together.  Rest easy, Kaia.  Glad to have gotten the chance to hang out and throw some treats your way.

Thank you.

wastedlikeamemory:

14OCT14 — Today my friend’s dog died.  Losing a dog is a sadness so profound, it’s useless to explain it to anyone who hasn’t experienced it.  I only met Kaia a handful of times, but I was always amazed by her tricks and how well behaved she was…our dogs have always been maniacs, so any dog that can go without a leash and stay by your side gets my respect.  I barely even know Guy, but he’s a good dude…one of those people that you can tell their momma raised them right.  Seemingly a happy, fun-loving, social, always the one to make sure people feel included sort of guy.  Perhaps that’s why I am so sad for him.  I hate seeing someone who is such a force of happiness face such heartbreak.  The one thing I do know is how much he loves this dog.  I mean, one of our first nights drinking together ended with a pictorial/video history of his and Kaia’s many adventures together.  Rest easy, Kaia.  Glad to have gotten the chance to hang out and throw some treats your way.

Thank you.


Oct 14
We are our animals. Even the ones we find on the side of the road we haven’t realized we’re attached to yet. Like that guy with the pug. (at Vilonia Animal Clinic)

We are our animals. Even the ones we find on the side of the road we haven’t realized we’re attached to yet. Like that guy with the pug. (at Vilonia Animal Clinic)


Oct 11

Oct 6

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Oct 5
Why does my picture have to be a square? Why are there so many filters with bullshit names? Why can’t I swipe left? Is this how I Instagram? (at Turkey Mountain)

Why does my picture have to be a square? Why are there so many filters with bullshit names? Why can’t I swipe left? Is this how I Instagram? (at Turkey Mountain)


Sep 26

Nature is awesome. And when a man with a British accent narrates nature, it makes me feel warm inside.


Sep 18

sokofb:

This is Bretagne. She is the last known living 9/11 search dog. Top photo is 2001, bottom is 2014, she has yet to retire http://ift.tt/1xQEXmT

sokofb:

This is Bretagne. She is the last known living 9/11 search dog. Top photo is 2001, bottom is 2014, she has yet to retire http://ift.tt/1xQEXmT

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Sep 11
"It’s intimate, like being with your girl or something: You guys might have a kid as a result of it, but you never really divulge how all that happens. People just assume, but nobody really knows. A lot of times the naturalness and spontaneity of things can’t really be described. It’s like, there’s all kinds of different strains of marijuana. Maybe the one that you had that day mixed with the food that you ate, mixed with the weather outside, mixed with what you did that night and what you have on. All of these chemical reactions conspire with every little nuance of sound. If we only look at the surface and say, ‘We recorded this on Tuesday night,’ we’re not really giving a full account of what happened. It can be a sound, it can be a word, and often those things lead to something where, in the end, the beginning is forgotten.
—Ishmael Butler of Shabazz Palaces, on the recording process. Arkansas Times interview here.

"It’s intimate, like being with your girl or something: You guys might have a kid as a result of it, but you never really divulge how all that happens. People just assume, but nobody really knows. A lot of times the naturalness and spontaneity of things can’t really be described. It’s like, there’s all kinds of different strains of marijuana. Maybe the one that you had that day mixed with the food that you ate, mixed with the weather outside, mixed with what you did that night and what you have on. All of these chemical reactions conspire with every little nuance of sound. If we only look at the surface and say, ‘We recorded this on Tuesday night,’ we’re not really giving a full account of what happened. It can be a sound, it can be a word, and often those things lead to something where, in the end, the beginning is forgotten.

—Ishmael Butler of Shabazz Palaces, on the recording process. Arkansas Times interview here.


Sep 8

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