I'm a product of my mistakes

Luis Lost in life 20 California taken

I'm a product of my mistakes
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caminare:

have heart 
pic: Gary Go 
Santiago de Chile 
12/06/2009 
Album Art
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carcrashlove:

murphyslaw:

Heaven is a place on earth with you

Omg. Everyone keeps posting pictures of pizza and talking about pizza. Like, more than usual. And I think die because everyone knows I had my wisdom teeth out today and can’t eat pizza.
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tom-chippendale
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resetreflectmedia:

Code Orange.Orlando, FL.06/13/14ResetReflectMedia.Flickr/Facebook
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vansmusic:

Sporting some sweet neon Sk8-Hi’s, hardcore rock band Turnstile was ready to show Brooklyn what they’re made of. Lead vocalist Brendan Yates wasn’t afraid to get involved with the crowd surfers and moshers and set the tone for the rest of the performances that night. We wish we could catch air like they do on stage!
Photos: Bryan Derballa 
vansmusic:

Sporting some sweet neon Sk8-Hi’s, hardcore rock band Turnstile was ready to show Brooklyn what they’re made of. Lead vocalist Brendan Yates wasn’t afraid to get involved with the crowd surfers and moshers and set the tone for the rest of the performances that night. We wish we could catch air like they do on stage!
Photos: Bryan Derballa 
vansmusic:

Sporting some sweet neon Sk8-Hi’s, hardcore rock band Turnstile was ready to show Brooklyn what they’re made of. Lead vocalist Brendan Yates wasn’t afraid to get involved with the crowd surfers and moshers and set the tone for the rest of the performances that night. We wish we could catch air like they do on stage!
Photos: Bryan Derballa 
vansmusic:

Sporting some sweet neon Sk8-Hi’s, hardcore rock band Turnstile was ready to show Brooklyn what they’re made of. Lead vocalist Brendan Yates wasn’t afraid to get involved with the crowd surfers and moshers and set the tone for the rest of the performances that night. We wish we could catch air like they do on stage!
Photos: Bryan Derballa 
vansmusic:

Sporting some sweet neon Sk8-Hi’s, hardcore rock band Turnstile was ready to show Brooklyn what they’re made of. Lead vocalist Brendan Yates wasn’t afraid to get involved with the crowd surfers and moshers and set the tone for the rest of the performances that night. We wish we could catch air like they do on stage!
Photos: Bryan Derballa