cousinnick:

latenightalaska:

davereziplease:

dietchola:

JESUS CHRIST

“I’m a horrible father”

THE BEST PART IS THE GIRL IN THE MIDDLE JUST SO DONE

AND THE FACT THAT THIS FAMILY IS MORE MULTI CULTURAL THAN A PUBLIC SCHOOL HEALTH CLASS TEXTBOOK

The girl in the middle is just like “Damn it, Dad.”

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sassycappy87:

You fucked up Barry

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shutupaubrey:

are you a dog? no ? goodbye

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hey, mr. dover. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. hey. mr. dover.

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awkwardsituationist:

for six million years, the colorado river ran from its source in the rocky mountains to its mouth at the sea of cortez. in 1998, it failed for the first time to reach its delta, and the river now dries up 100 miles shy of the sea. while climate change has meant reduced water flow and longer lasting droughts, water demands in an arid south west have only increased, with the river now servicing the demands of 30 million people and 3.5 million acres of crop land in an arid south west.

"i’m not a water lawyer. i’m not a water engineer. i don’t consider myself an expert. i’m just a curious person that followed a beautiful river," says photographer peter mcbride. "the goal for me would just be awareness, to get peple to stop and go, ‘wow, really? i didn’t know the river stopped. how did this happen? let’s fix this.’"

mcbride has completed a documentary, “chasing water”, and a book, “flowing through conflict,” chronicling his travels down the entirety of the river so as to better understand how “the american nile” is now “the most endangered river on the planet.”

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