i shouldn't have one of these

i am everywhere and nowhere, the infinite yin and yang that feeds on itself to survive. though we have most assuredly met, you will never know me.
Dog’s in the bag at the hookah lounge! (at Aladdin Hookah Lounge)

Dog’s in the bag at the hookah lounge! (at Aladdin Hookah Lounge)

Ummm… Let’s hope not.
#sonic #coldnuts #nofilter  (at SONIC Drive In)

Ummm… Let’s hope not.
#sonic #coldnuts #nofilter (at SONIC Drive In)

This is a #hookah with a #pineapple bowl and #watermelon water tank!! #aladdin #como (at Aladdin Hookah Lounge)

This is a #hookah with a #pineapple bowl and #watermelon water tank!! #aladdin #como (at Aladdin Hookah Lounge)

#nofilter (at The Blue Fugue)

#nofilter (at The Blue Fugue)

I am a card-carrying member of two more fine American organizations as of this week! (at The Blue Fugue)

I am a card-carrying member of two more fine American organizations as of this week! (at The Blue Fugue)

Murph is taking it easy.

Murph is taking it easy.

Murphy is learning some valuable #audio #engineer skills tonight. #puppy #dog #cute #igers #igdaily #instadaily  (at The Blue Fugue)

Murphy is learning some valuable #audio #engineer skills tonight. #puppy #dog #cute #igers #igdaily #instadaily (at The Blue Fugue)

Murphy shoulder ridin’! #puppy #dog #cute #fuzzy #poodle (at Liberty, MO)

Murphy shoulder ridin’! #puppy #dog #cute #fuzzy #poodle (at Liberty, MO)

This is why @yunaxxkyo beats you and me at college.

This is why @yunaxxkyo beats you and me at college.

science:

Observing a solar eclipse on January 1, 1907, in the Tian-Shan mountains, probably in modern-day Uzbekistan. This is a photograph taken by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, a chemist and photographer who invented a new process for color photography and used it to document the Russian empire in the time period 1905-1915. You can view many of the photos on Flickr or at the Library of Congress.

science:

Observing a solar eclipse on January 1, 1907, in the Tian-Shan mountains, probably in modern-day Uzbekistan. This is a photograph taken by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, a chemist and photographer who invented a new process for color photography and used it to document the Russian empire in the time period 1905-1915. You can view many of the photos on Flickr or at the Library of Congress.