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My name's Erik. I'm from southern California. I like nature, guitars, amplifiers, pedals, skateboarding, cities, the Kansas City Chiefs, history, Los Doyers, and the vegan straight edge.

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scandinigga:

Top: I took this in a parking lot. I told Cameron to drive around in a circle with his lights on a few times and I just left the shutter open for like a minute, resulting in this delightfully illuminated business park.

Bottom: My friend Rafa playing in The Kingsford Run - Santa Barbara, CA.

revisiting 

houseofdawn:

1994-2014 // Illmatic XX

houseofdawn:

1994-2014 // Illmatic XX

(via thechanelmuse)

vanessabat:

"Take care of the land…someday you’ll be part of it"
- sign on our hike in Chantery Flats

I was just here like a week ago.

vanessabat:

"Take care of the land…someday you’ll be part of it"

- sign on our hike in Chantery Flats

I was just here like a week ago.

(via barefootawareness)

(Source: fyspringfield.com, via fyspringfield)

nomanwalksalone:


A DENIM GLOSSARY
by S. Charlie Weyman
Jeans might be the most common clothing item worn today. But sometimes it seems you need an instruction manual to buy and wear them right. Here is what a glossary for that manual might look like.
Chain stitching: A stitch sometimes found on the leg opening of jeans. Denim enthusiasts like them because of their connection with traditional production, and because of the “roping” effect they give to fades at the leg openings. However, chain stitching is less durable and more expensive than lockstitching. Furthermore, chain stitching machines are rare, and when a “link” in the chain is broken, the whole thing can unravel. But purists will settle for nothing else.
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nomanwalksalone:

A DENIM GLOSSARY

by S. Charlie Weyman

Jeans might be the most common clothing item worn today. But sometimes it seems you need an instruction manual to buy and wear them right. Here is what a glossary for that manual might look like.

Chain stitching: A stitch sometimes found on the leg opening of jeans. Denim enthusiasts like them because of their connection with traditional production, and because of the “roping” effect they give to fades at the leg openings. However, chain stitching is less durable and more expensive than lockstitching. Furthermore, chain stitching machines are rare, and when a “link” in the chain is broken, the whole thing can unravel. But purists will settle for nothing else.

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chanceripper:

skateboart

s’that Highland Park?

(via 70707)

Unsane Committed

(Source: shaftpunk1984)

semper-spes-est said: brah, you copy, paste, and type. if you can’t remember that then you need to put the weed down bro. PUT THE WEED DOWN

don’t worry bout what the fuck I be doin

I get so confused when people reply to my posts because a.) I only vaguely remember how to reply to a reply, and b.) I think it took too much work whenever I did in the past anyway

Haven’t gotten any asks lately. Have at it, if you’d like.