Photo 23 Apr 136 notes heckyeahkingkrule:

archy in ratking’s new video "so sick stories."

heckyeahkingkrule:

archy in ratking’s new video "so sick stories."

Text 23 Apr

I can’t stop crying, what’s wrong with me

Photo 22 Apr 162 notes fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

'Bricked' by Timster1973 - back from epic explores on Flickr.
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Photo 21 Apr 2 notes A lil pic of me since I never have photos of myself on here~

A lil pic of me since I never have photos of myself on here~

Photo 21 Apr 2,051 notes rappcats:

Pinata 2/LP
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Photo 21 Apr 149 notes fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

2014-02-01_09-59_00304_WTA_5DM3_HDR_1 by Tudor ApMadoc on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Lee Plaza (Also known as the Lee Plaza Hotel or Lee Plaza Apartments) is a vacant high-rise apartment building in Detroit, Michigan… The building was designed by Charles Noble and constructed in 1929, it rises to 15 floors and is an excellent example of Art Deco architecture of the 1920s. First built as an ornate high rise hotel along West Grand Boulevard, Lee Plaza was an upscale apartment with hotel services. Decorated with sculpture and tile outside, the structure rivaled the Book-Cadillac Hotel and Statler Hotel for architectural notice in Detroit during the 1920s. After economic contraction, the apartment’s ownership changed several times, being used as a Senior Citizen’s complex before finally closing as a residence in the early 1990s. During its years of vacancy, much of the artwork, internal wiring, fixtures and valuable material has been removed illegally by scavengers.

fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

2014-02-01_09-59_00304_WTA_5DM3_HDR_1 by Tudor ApMadoc on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Lee Plaza (Also known as the Lee Plaza Hotel or Lee Plaza Apartments) is a vacant high-rise apartment building in Detroit, Michigan… The building was designed by Charles Noble and constructed in 1929, it rises to 15 floors and is an excellent example of Art Deco architecture of the 1920s.

First built as an ornate high rise hotel along West Grand Boulevard, Lee Plaza was an upscale apartment with hotel services. Decorated with sculpture and tile outside, the structure rivaled the Book-Cadillac Hotel and Statler Hotel for architectural notice in Detroit during the 1920s. After economic contraction, the apartment’s ownership changed several times, being used as a Senior Citizen’s complex before finally closing as a residence in the early 1990s. During its years of vacancy, much of the artwork, internal wiring, fixtures and valuable material has been removed illegally by scavengers.

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Text 20 Apr 1 note

Fuck four twenty, fuck pot, don’t give anyone mercy

Audio 18 Apr 104 notes

I don’t never feel pain, cause I done felt too much pain. Been around here, standing in the rain, blood flowing through my veins.

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Text 18 Apr 1 note

Starting to write again for the first time in a very long time. Poetry, stories, songs, music, all the things I used to do. I don’t really have the little bit of skill I used to anymore, but here’s to hoping something good, something of worth comes out of this maybe

Text 15 Apr

I made myself throw up tonight and also multiple times, it was excruciating but it also felt liberating, I hope I don’t get an eating disorder, I hope I don’t fuck up


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