Dave Shumka

Aug 30

They were all out of “sensitive to negative internet comments like daddy.”

They were all out of “sensitive to negative internet comments like daddy.”

Graham, Alicia, Katie-Ellen, Ivan, the Sunday Service, and I are in this month’s Vancouver magazine. None of us can possibly be happy with our faces. Pick it up wherever fine magazines are sold.
Photo by Carlo Ricci.

Graham, Alicia, Katie-Ellen, Ivan, the Sunday Service, and I are in this month’s Vancouver magazine. None of us can possibly be happy with our faces. Pick it up wherever fine magazines are sold.

Photo by Carlo Ricci.

biscuit-tornado:

heckascootie look there’s more

biscuit-tornado:

heckascootie look there’s more

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Aug 29

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Aug 27

Look who’s on page 18 of the latest Modern Dog magazine. This idiot.

Look who’s on page 18 of the latest Modern Dog magazine. This idiot.

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Aug 25

annetdonahue:

dogmobile:

Fall 2014 fashion: Scout’s ham costume from To Kill A Mockingbird

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Aug 23

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baseballcardvandals:

HAA-haa!

baseballcardvandals:

HAA-haa!

Aug 22

“The lyrics of “Peaches” discuss a man moving to the country to eat vast quantities of canned peaches at no cost to him. Briefly mentioned is the hard-working American man who cans the peaches in a factory downtown. The narrator also speculates that a finger sized hole in a singular peach may hold an ideal hiding spot for an ant. He then warns the listener; “Look out!” he calls. There’s a finite number of free peaches for him. Luckily, that number is in the millions.” — Peaches (The Presidents of the United States of America song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via interweber)

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