Sabotage Beats

Had a great time at #soundsystemtest now looking forward to some studio time.

somatt:

@sabotagebeats tonight at Sound System in Petaluma https://m.facebook.com/events/656818831050009

somatt:

@sabotagebeats tonight at Sound System in Petaluma https://m.facebook.com/events/656818831050009

djdom415:

somatt:

@deejaydom @calikingcrab #ckchq

Calikingcrab headquarters

djdom415:

somatt:

@deejaydom @calikingcrab #ckchq

Calikingcrab headquarters

calikingcrab:

@deejaydom @mejaytotheg @purpszebra #ckchq

calikingcrab:

@deejaydom @mejaytotheg @purpszebra #ckchq

nowyoukno:

Now You Know (Source)

Ill be performing at SOUND SYSTEM TEST party on Saturday in Petaluma, CA. Don’t miss it!

weakdaes:

youdontneedtofollowme:


America’s prisons are dangerously overcrowded, and the war on drugs is mainly to blame.
Over 50 percent of inmates currently in federal prison are there for drug offenses, according to an infographic recently released by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (see chart below). That percentage has risen fairly consistently over decades, all the way from 16 percent in 1970.
The second-largest category, immigration-related crimes, accounts for 10.6 percent of inmates. This means that people convicted of two broad categories of nonviolent crimes — drugs and immigration — make up over 60 percent of the U.S. prison population. 

M.I.S.P Economy, Police & Penal Complex

LOOK AT OUR PRIORITIES!!!
drugs & immigration. imagine all the police time spent working those cases. imagine all our tax dollars going into it. SIXTY PERCENT of people who have been incarcerated. what the fuck.
fucking fuck.

weakdaes:

youdontneedtofollowme:

America’s prisons are dangerously overcrowded, and the war on drugs is mainly to blame.

Over 50 percent of inmates currently in federal prison are there for drug offenses, according to an infographic recently released by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (see chart below). That percentage has risen fairly consistently over decades, all the way from 16 percent in 1970.

The second-largest category, immigration-related crimes, accounts for 10.6 percent of inmates. This means that people convicted of two broad categories of nonviolent crimes — drugs and immigration — make up over 60 percent of the U.S. prison population. 

M.I.S.P Economy, Police & Penal Complex

LOOK AT OUR PRIORITIES!!!

drugs & immigration. imagine all the police time spent working those cases. imagine all our tax dollars going into it. SIXTY PERCENT of people who have been incarcerated. what the fuck.

fucking fuck.

We will be streaming more sets from #ckchq as soon as we have high speed internet at our new location!
calikingcrab:

@deejaydom @mejaytotheg @purpszebra #ckchq

calikingcrab:

@deejaydom @mejaytotheg @purpszebra #ckchq

calikingcrab:

CkC just got a headquarters. Worked hard and gathered our pennies to invest in a crab dungeon downtown sf. Dj dom. Updates to come on the setup.

calikingcrab:

CkC just got a headquarters. Worked hard and gathered our pennies to invest in a crab dungeon downtown sf. Dj dom. Updates to come on the setup.

calikingcrab:

We are now booking for april, may, and june! 20% off if you mention coupon code WEBDEAL.