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The Little Black Book of Marijuana: The Essential Guide to the World of Cannabis (Little Black Books (Peter Pauper Hardcover)) by Steve Elliott Link:


Gah- this kills me. This is on a big wall with an Elliott Smith symbol painted on it and a bunch of people went and wrote on it after his suicide- lines from his song. There's a lot of really good/emotional lines used.


"For to this you have been called, because Christ also suffered for you, leaving you an example, SO THAT YOU MIGHT FOLLOW IN HIS STEPS," 1 Peter 2:21.


The son of an assistant director on the film "The Hunger Games" to kill a girl for refusing his love. That son Rodger assistant director of the film "The Hunger Games" indiscriminate killing 6 people and made ​​13 others injured due to his actions. By then complete assassin named Rodger Elliot's 22-year-old committed suicide by firing bullet in his own body heat.

Christianity Today: on transgender and psychology. Beautifully started. Shows Biblical compassion and Biblical plan for gender.

Scottie art w/pin up-Alberto Vargas (9 February 1896 – 30 December 1982) was a noted Peruvian painter of pin-up girls. He is often considered one of the most famous of the pin-up artists


"Listen to the Redhead," Eve muttered, glaring at Keegan. "My name's Jaxon," Jaxon stated, annoyed at this new nickname. Eve payed no attention to his words and stormed off. "Don't play fool, Keegan," she called out as she went, "This is suicide."

((Be him she has broken into a random house.)) I giggle as you try to get closer to me. "No no no I dont think so cutie." I say aiming the gun at his head. I frown a bit when I realize I smell cookies "Mmm watcha got cooki- mfm-" I groan when I'm pinned roughly on the floor. "I like this position" I say smirking and looking up at you


READING GOD'S WORD REMINDS US OF WHAT MATTERS - AND IT'S NOT PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES: "Finally, brothers, whatever is true... honorable... just... pure... commendable... think about these things," Philippians 4:8.