Believe in the Make Believe

Hi. I'm Harrison. I'm 20. I'm Trying. I try really, really hard actually. And thats all I can do. I'm always here if you need me. Remember: You can't put sense where there is none.


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Neck Deep - What Did You Expect? (x)

Neck Deep - What Did You Expect? (x)

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wallflowerbloom:

(Dead Poets Society, 1989)

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Mat Kerekes - 2 A.M.

I woke up at 2am last night.
I thought about these past few years and I’ll act like I’m alright.
And I’ve got this pain inside my head that I can’t shake.
I lay awake for hours. Sing to get away.

This is my favorite song.

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In the 19th Century, about 50 million bison were killed by the settlers either for their meat or fur, or as a sport. Sometimes, the settlers even wiped out thousands of herds so as to deprive the Native Americans of their meat and fur, or indirectly their livelihood. Due to this, the once enormous population of the bison reduced to a mere few hundred. The government and people of North America stepped forward to save the beast from becoming extinct. Today, there are about 200,000 bison in North America living in sanctuaries, preserves, and ranches.
 

How about that for a comeback.

hopefloatson:

In the 19th Century, about 50 million bison were killed by the settlers either for their meat or fur, or as a sport. Sometimes, the settlers even wiped out thousands of herds so as to deprive the Native Americans of their meat and fur, or indirectly their livelihood. Due to this, the once enormous population of the bison reduced to a mere few hundred. The government and people of North America stepped forward to save the beast from becoming extinct. 

Today, there are about 200,000 bison in North America living in sanctuaries, preserves, and ranches.

 

How about that for a comeback.

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such-heights:

babiesareyum:

“A member of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition plays the bagpipe for an indifferent penguin, 1904.”

#the greatest caption in the history of the world

whistlerian:

 

such-heights:

babiesareyum:

“A member of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition plays the bagpipe for an indifferent penguin, 1904.”

#the greatest caption in the history of the world

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huffingtonpost:

Poignant  portraits of homeless individuals give a human face to poverty.

(Source: Photographer Lee Jeffries)

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Aleksandras Siekstele (b. 1958, Vilnius, Lithuania) - Woman In The Wood, Photography

red-lipstick:

Aleksandras Siekstele (b. 1958, Vilnius, Lithuania) - Woman In The Wood, Photography

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