Thanks to everyone who came out to support us this weekend in Monterrey, Mexico. We had an amazing time and YOU all sang beautifully for Eric Avery’s birthday. A VERY special moment for us all.

Pic courtesy@PalNorteOficial Por The OzCorp.

It’s 2015 and I vote we make the state’s names cooler

Alabizzy

Alasssskka

Ari(in the zone)a

Arkansucks

Cali

Colo-raaado

Connectcutie

Deltawear

Flo-rida

George Glass

Ho-waii

Udaho

Illest-noise

Indiana Jones

Iowa, that’s a one spicy meatball!

Kansassy

Kensucky deez nutz

Louisiana

(Gucci)Maine

Mollyland

Massassclaps

Bitchigan

Minisodas

Missisippin on deez nutz

Misery

(Hannah)Montana

Neatasska

Nirvana

New Hempshire

New (Lakers) Jersey

New Mexiflo

New Bjork

North Cakalacki

North Dankota

Oh-hi-yo

Oklaho(yo mama)

Oregone fishin

Amish Mafia Territory

Chode Island

South Cakalacki

South Dankota (double the kush)

Ten I see ;)

Texsass

Utahkin to me?

Voldemort

Vagina

Washington

West Vagina (less labias and more meth)

Kanye Westconsin

WyOMG

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Powerful Images Showing The Devastating Effects Of Overpopulation

It’s no secret that we are exploiting our planet and running out of resources at the speed of light, but many people refuse to take notice. These unbelievable photos of environmental damage, collected into a book by environmental awareness platform Global Population Speak Out, show the harsh realities of the ecological and social tragedies that Earth is suffering. Its title: “Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot.”

This book has plenty of powerful images illustrating the problems generated by overpopulation and consumption, together with quotes from famous writers, scientists and ecologists to help understand and raise awareness about the destruction of natural environments.

Global Population Speak Out provides a link for everyone to have a look at the book online for free, but if you want it in your bookshelf, you can also find it on Amazon.

More info: populationspeakout.org | Amazon (h/t: boredpanda.es)

Photo Captions:

1. Surfing on a wave full of trash in Java (Indonesia), the world’s most populated island.

2. National Willamette forest, Oregon (USA), 99% deforested.

3. The Yellow river in Mongolia is so polluted that it’s almost impossible to breathe near it.

4. Fire at oil platform in Gulf of Mexico, April 2010.

5. Landscape full of trash in Bangladesh.

6. Albatross killed by excessive plastic ingestion in Midway Islands (North Pacific).

7. Enormous iceberg melting near Svalbard island in Norway.

8. Tar-rich zone in Alberta, Canada destroyed by mining and toxic wastes.

9. Landfill in Accra (Ghana). Our electronic rubbish usually ends up in Third-World countries.

10. The Maldives are flooding because of global warming and human action. They will sink in 50 years.