Individuality, drugs, philosophy
Still alive :) #early #Friday #off #hanging #star #wars #starwars

Still alive :) #early #Friday #off #hanging #star #wars #starwars

diethoroscopes:

Core Strength
Tone It Up Tighten & Tone Your Abs video
Pop Pilates Flat Abs Challenge video
Pop Pilates 3 Minute Ab Challenge video
Thighs and Butts
Pop Pilates Slimming Inner Thighs & Calves video
Pop Pilates Inner Thigh Insanity video
Pop Pilates Saddlebag Shaver video
Pop Pilates Standing Pilates for Legs, Butt & Obliques video
Pop Pilates Butt Blaster video
BodyRock 300 Squats Challenge
Skinny Yoga Girl Legs & Butt Workout
Your Whole Body
Tone It Up Arms, Abs, and Legs Pyramid video
Pop Pilates Till The World Ends video
Pop Pilates Summer Slimdown Part 1 and Part 2
Bodyrock I’m Into You Workout video
Skinny Yoga Girl 1000 Rep Workout
Skinny Yoga Girl Full Body Cardio & Strength Workout
Skinny Yoga Girl Burning Body Workout
Strictly Yoga
Beginner Yoga 20 minute video
Hurts So Good Power Yoga 95 minute video
Blissed Flow Yoga 90 minute
Sun Salutations video
Sun Salutations 2 video
Hip Stretches
Tara Stiles Bend It Like Tara
40m Yoga weight loss  Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Yoga Fitness Plus 45 minute video 
Yoga Sculpt30 minute video
Yoga Fitness Fusion 45 minute video
Try Some Zumba:
Basics
Cardio Party
Bikini Bod Time
Bikini Abs & Thighs
Sandcastle Workout
Bikini Blast Circuit Workout
Tone It Up Itty Bitty Bikini video
Tone It Up Bikini Beach Bum video
Tone It Up Bikini Abs & Thighs video
Tone It Up Sandcastle Workout video
Tone It Up Bikini Body Workout with Self Magazine!
Tone It Up Bikini Blast Circuit Workout video
Tone It Up Bikini Body Workout with Self Magazine!
Pilates
Flat Abs Challenge
3 Minute Ab Challenge
Slimming Inner Thighs & Calves
Inner Thigh Insanity
Saddlebag Shaver
Standing Pilates for Legs, Butt & Obliques
Butt Blaster
Sexy Workouts: 
Aerobic Striptease
In the Bedroom (don’t even need to get out of bed)
“Body Rock”
Cardio Part 1
Cardio Part 2
Cardio Part 3
Cardio Part 4
BodyRock.tv Hot Body Workout 
BodyRock.tv 4 Minute Workout
BodyRock.tv Hardest Workout
BodyRock.tv Hard Bodies Getting Harder Workout
BodyRock.tv 6 Minute Workout video
BodyRock.tv Run The World Workout video
BodyRock.tv Hot Attack video
“P90X”
Chest and Back/Ab Ripper X
Plyometrics
Legs and Back
Cardio X
Kenpo X
Shoulders and Arms
Core Synergistics
Stretch X
Chest, Shoulder, and Triceps
Back and Biceps
“Insanity”
Fit Test
Plyometric Cardio Circuit
Cardio Power & Resistance
Cardio Recovery
Pure Cardio
Cardio Abs
Core Cardio & Balance
Max Interval Circuit
Max Interval Plyo
Max Cardio Conditioning
Max Recovery
Insane Abs
Max Interval Sports Training
Upper Body Weight Training

diethoroscopes:

Core Strength

Thighs and Butts

Your Whole Body

Strictly Yoga

Try Some Zumba:

Bikini Bod Time

Pilates

Sexy Workouts: 

“Body Rock”

“P90X”

“Insanity”

vicemag:

3500 Cops Who Want to Legalize All Drugs
“Just so we’re clear,” began Peter Christ during our first phone conversation, “if you look in Webster’s Dictionary at the word hypocrite, you will see a picture of me. I believed that this drug war was a stupid fucking idea even before I became a cop.”
For 20 years Officer Christ patrolled the town of Tonawanda, New York, a community of 80,000 just outside of Buffalo. Retiring from the force in 1989 as a Captain, he founded Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, an organization of 3,500 former officers working towards the legalization of all drugs. I flew into Buffalo to join Peter for a drive around his old precinct and a discussion of drug policy. It was immediately clear which of the many idling cars in front of the arrivals hall was his. The license plate simply read: CHRIST.
We greeted one another and shook hands. “How did you beat all the Christians in the state of New York for that one?” I asked, pointing back towards the vanity plate.
The youthful 66 year old, with his ponytail and gold earring turned up his hands and grinned. “I was a cop,” he offered puckishly.
“OK, fair enough. Let’s talk about drugs.”
“My favorite topic.”
Peter drove as we talked.
“As an officer, what was your experience with the drug war?” I asked.
“I’ll tell you,” Peter began with a voice like a disc jockey - every word played for maximum effect. “By the time I was on the job four years, it became very evident to me that no matter how vigorously I or my brother and sister officers worked, it didn’t make any difference. We would have a series of burglaries or rapes in our community, somebody would arrest the burglar or the rapist, and for a while we wouldn’t have any more of those crimes. But no matter how many drug arrests we made, it didn’t make any difference. Because those people weren’t victims, they were willing participants in an economic transfer. It’s called business.”
“So, what’s your rationale for legalization?”
“Let me ask you, Roc,” he began, pausing dramatically “do you believe we can win the war on drugs?”
I took a breath.
He raised his hand. “Now, before you answer, let’s define what victory means. Nixon never told us what victory would look like when he declared this war, but it’s a war after all and we know how wars end - they end when you defeat the enemy. We won the Second World War. That means that we don’t fight the Germans or the Japanese or the Italians every six months, right? So, I’m gonna say, if we win the war on drugs, we’ve taken the words marijuana and heroin out of the dictionary. The drugs are gone. Let’s move on. Do you believe that is possible?”
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vicemag:

3500 Cops Who Want to Legalize All Drugs

“Just so we’re clear,” began Peter Christ during our first phone conversation, “if you look in Webster’s Dictionary at the word hypocrite, you will see a picture of me. I believed that this drug war was a stupid fucking idea even before I became a cop.”

For 20 years Officer Christ patrolled the town of Tonawanda, New York, a community of 80,000 just outside of Buffalo. Retiring from the force in 1989 as a Captain, he founded Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, an organization of 3,500 former officers working towards the legalization of all drugs. I flew into Buffalo to join Peter for a drive around his old precinct and a discussion of drug policy. It was immediately clear which of the many idling cars in front of the arrivals hall was his. The license plate simply read: CHRIST.

We greeted one another and shook hands. “How did you beat all the Christians in the state of New York for that one?” I asked, pointing back towards the vanity plate.

The youthful 66 year old, with his ponytail and gold earring turned up his hands and grinned. “I was a cop,” he offered puckishly.

“OK, fair enough. Let’s talk about drugs.”

“My favorite topic.”

Peter drove as we talked.

“As an officer, what was your experience with the drug war?” I asked.

“I’ll tell you,” Peter began with a voice like a disc jockey - every word played for maximum effect. “By the time I was on the job four years, it became very evident to me that no matter how vigorously I or my brother and sister officers worked, it didn’t make any difference. We would have a series of burglaries or rapes in our community, somebody would arrest the burglar or the rapist, and for a while we wouldn’t have any more of those crimes. But no matter how many drug arrests we made, it didn’t make any difference. Because those people weren’t victims, they were willing participants in an economic transfer. It’s called business.”

“So, what’s your rationale for legalization?”

“Let me ask you, Roc,” he began, pausing dramatically “do you believe we can win the war on drugs?”

I took a breath.

He raised his hand. “Now, before you answer, let’s define what victory means. Nixon never told us what victory would look like when he declared this war, but it’s a war after all and we know how wars end - they end when you defeat the enemy. We won the Second World War. That means that we don’t fight the Germans or the Japanese or the Italians every six months, right? So, I’m gonna say, if we win the war on drugs, we’ve taken the words marijuana and heroin out of the dictionary. The drugs are gone. Let’s move on. Do you believe that is possible?”

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Cenote Samula, Dzitnup, Yucatan, Mexico. by pedro lastra on Flickr.
fuckyeahtattoos:

Did this on a friend a while back @gordonptattooist.

fuckyeahtattoos:

Did this on a friend a while back @gordonptattooist.

spookyx13x:

I am so buying this tshirt #DarkSouls found on redbubble.com

spookyx13x:

I am so buying this tshirt #DarkSouls found on redbubble.com

I don’t DO drugs. I don’t waste my life away sitting on a couch stoned out of my mind. I am not suck in a rut, going nowhere in life. I am living; something that many people don’t get to do. I am going to school, going to work, and taking care of myself. But after most of the day is said and done, I journey. After I clear a bong, take acid, or eat molly everything changes. I get to look a things through the eyes of a child again; but interpret them with a clear and mature mindset, leading to discoveries, art, and creativity that others can never comprehend. I am one with my world and others around me. I am everything and nothing. I am lost and found. I am wondering into a state that is my own and exploring boundaries that few have seen. But I am certainly NOT doing drugs.
(via psychedelic-helpdesk)

Gospel.

True

True

#Buddhas #buddha my little buddha

#Buddhas #buddha my little buddha