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The Name is Matt I live in Orlando with my boyfriend Billy. You will find a bunch of random thoughts from my brain here mainly nerd things and my photography - Just some random facts. - I really do not like being called a " bear " and have zero interest in that " community " - Not to be a douche but if you are a porn blog I am not going to follow back and most likely if your URL has some form of Bear , Cub , Kub , Behr , Fur or anything like that more then likely I will not follow back...
Posted on 29th Jul at 10:21 PM, with 358,273 notes
airlock:

ludicrouscupcake:

baconshouldgrowontrees:

You are fucking kidding me

aww its a cute gif of a shark trying to bite but his mouth’s too smAHHHHWHAT THE FUCK IS THAT SHIT OH MY GOD STOP NO STOP STOP STOP

if anybody is interested in being even more scared: these motherfuckers have been found in most oceans around the world and have existed for over 30 million years


Nope…

airlock:

ludicrouscupcake:

baconshouldgrowontrees:

You are fucking kidding me

aww its a cute gif of a shark trying to bite but his mouth’s too smAHHHHWHAT THE FUCK IS THAT SHIT OH MY GOD STOP NO STOP STOP STOP

if anybody is interested in being even more scared: these motherfuckers have been found in most oceans around the world and have existed for over 30 million years

Nope…

Posted on 29th Jul at 10:12 PM, with 172 notes
ianference:

This is the interior of the 1911 addition to the Engine House at the New Milford plant of the Hackensack Water Works.  The large, mostly-red behemoth in the background is “Old #7”, a 5-story tall 20 MGD vertical triple expansion pumping engine designed by Allis-Chalmers, and probably the last remaining VTE engine of that model left in the world.  Even after it was shut down forever in the 1960s, the workers in the plant - extremely proud of the industrial heritage of this groundbreaking facility - maintained the engine, painting it yearly, and keeping it oiled up and ready to put back into service at a moment’s notice.  In the foreground, the infrastructure which would distribute the water to a number of mains can be seen.
Prints available here.
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ianference:

This is the interior of the 1911 addition to the Engine House at the New Milford plant of the Hackensack Water Works.  The large, mostly-red behemoth in the background is “Old #7”, a 5-story tall 20 MGD vertical triple expansion pumping engine designed by Allis-Chalmers, and probably the last remaining VTE engine of that model left in the world.  Even after it was shut down forever in the 1960s, the workers in the plant - extremely proud of the industrial heritage of this groundbreaking facility - maintained the engine, painting it yearly, and keeping it oiled up and ready to put back into service at a moment’s notice.  In the foreground, the infrastructure which would distribute the water to a number of mains can be seen.

Prints available here.

Posted on 29th Jul at 8:18 PM, with 6 notes
Anonymous asked: Posting pictures of others without permission is kind of, erm... Inconsiderate? :/

I didn’t take the photo found it online. Thats basically what tumblr is… Find , make it , write and post , reblog and repeat

Posted on 29th Jul at 7:32 PM, with 2 notes
Anonymous asked: Who was that guy you posted? The muscled one?

Idk… #daddy issues

Posted on 29th Jul at 7:15 PM, with 6 notes
bearytacky:

How else would you “grow” into a bear from a mear cub… Fatty and boring food puns of course.
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bearytacky:

How else would you “grow” into a bear from a mear cub… Fatty and boring food puns of course.

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