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I realize i have that same crown pen :ooo lolz

The shep will believe it never happened. That Obama made it up. Whatever shit that their tiny brains can come up with so they don't have to hurt themselves thinking too hard!

Being at peace is the ultimate position of power. #positivitynote #positivity #inspiration

This Smoked Sausage & Black-Eyed Pea Soup is one of our all time favorite soups. Even people that don't love black-eyed peas go GAGA for it! The recipe came from a restaurant my dad ate at years ago when he was traveling. He raved about it so much they gave him the recipe! A favorite, hands down!

I have read that certain hertz of sound can cause auditory & visual hallucinations, makes me wonder if there is a link between this & 'damaged' brain cells in people w/ schizophrenia, since I've also read that blindness is in the mind/ neural pathways not the eyes...maybe a functioning MRI on a schizophrenic during an episode would reveal something

This Smoked Sausage & Black-Eyed Pea Soup is one of our all time favorite soups. Even people that don't love black-eyed peas go GAGA for it! The recipe came from a restaurant my dad ate at years ago when he was traveling. He raved about it so much they gave him the recipe! A favorite, hands down!

Stephen R. Covey taught, “You see the world not as it is but as you are.” And, that “The best way to change the world is to change your heart—that is, your thinking.” So, remember, ... if you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. It’s all about having your heart right, with an attitude of gratitude, and choosing to see things from an eternal perspective with an eye of faith. #SeeTheGood

The eyes have it. The beauty of heterochromia. Benedict Cumberbatch has a rare condition where one eye is colored slightly differently. Note the vivid brown spot above the pupil of his right eye. It's not in the left. In BBC Sherlock it's most noticeable in a scene from The Hounds of Baskerville (looking searchingly into the microscope).