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krash1cbs RIP OG SK8ONE. Your voice and wisdom guide me through this life... With me all the time brother. #skateone #mearone 7d

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grumpymamas Taking a stance against GMO foods - detail from "Humanity vs. The Machine" mural by artist Mear One @ The Wood Cafe in Culver City - 12000 Washington Blvd. #MearOne #CulverCityMural #TheWoodCafe 2w

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easeonetx Thank You to @lucentdossier for having my sis and I as guest artist to live paint during their incredible performance. It was an amazing experience! #lucentdossierexperience #starfightera #easeonetx #losangeles and #sanfrancisco #livepainting #nokia #lalive #regencyballroom
In the background of the painting I wrote the names of my crews, friends and writers that inspired me when I was growing up and going around painting. Such names as #Nace #Blef #Grave #Sacer #Next #Worm #Split #Minuswon #Abis #Debt #Marka27 #Infintycrew #Mearone #Phase2 #Flighttds and many more.
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alexorellana94 Mearly another lonely night... #mearone 3w

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onemad1 Mear One piece currently up at @futureshockpdx in Portland,OR.
Come out May 1st for the opening of my solo show
"cash for your Banksy"
#mearone #futureshock #urbanart @mear_one #moderncontemporary
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lucidrose Here is one of several paintings of mine available @futureshockpdx and I just love the big blue original @mear_one painting!! I like to imagine when no one is in the gallery my mushroom goddess hops over and hangs out in the blue shaman's headdress #pdxart #lucidrose #mearone #artforsale #supportthearts #mushroom #goddess #alien #faery #mutant #thirdeye #shaman #acrylicpainting #futureshockpdx 3w
  •   harmonysprout The shaman is INCREDIBLE!!! you're so talented! 3w
  •   mear_one Come hang anytime lol! 3w

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morrisoncooper Most of us know to avoid them because not enough research has been done on genetically modified organisms for us to feel safe enough to consume foods that aren’t grown naturally, as nature intended. However, advocates of GMOs argue that they’re the answer to world hunger and feeding more people. The world’s food supply is increasingly put under pressure to feed an evergrowing population, making the idea of foods that can be genetically modified seem like the easy answer. Creating one food from the genes of another? Sure, let’s do it! Um, how about not?
It’s true that the demand for food is an important issue. Researchers estimate that by 2050, our food supply needs will have doubled from what they were in 2005. And guess what the main reason for that is? Meat consumption.

The Environmental Working Group has put out a report showing why genetically modified foods won’t save the world. They point out that meat production requires more quantities of crops, (corn and soybeans) to feed livestock, and as the demand for meat continues to grow, so does the demand for GMO crops. Genetically modified foods are also largely found in many processed foods on the market today because they’re inexpensive and easy to source. Corn is also grown to produce biofuels, such as ethanol derived from corn. It’s been found that eighty percent of the foods grown globally (corn and soybeans) are used for biofuels and livestock feed, not to feed people. As the Environmental Working Group puts it, “Most of the investment in GE crops ends up feeding cows and cars, not people.” Since food production occupies about 40 percent of Earth’s land area and requires more water than any other #human activity, it’s time we look at how we’re producing our food to save costs, feed more people, & ultimately not even need #GMO to start with.
Since meat consumption directly contributes to the need for GMOs, it’s best if we reduce (or better yet, eliminate) meat off our plates for good. It’s estimated that food supply would increase by 27 percent alone if people just cut their consumption in half. Adopting a #plantbased diet is the best way to go when it comes to #food production & our health. #mearone
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theglobalmovement Most of us know to avoid them because not enough research has been done on genetically modified organisms for us to feel safe enough to consume foods that aren’t grown naturally, as nature intended. However, advocates of GMOs argue that they’re the answer to world hunger and feeding more people. The world’s food supply is increasingly put under pressure to feed an evergrowing population, making the idea of foods that can be genetically modified seem like the easy answer. Creating one food from the genes of another? Sure, let’s do it! Um, how about not?
It’s true that the demand for food is an important issue. Researchers estimate that by 2050, our food supply needs will have doubled from what they were in 2005. And guess what the main reason for that is? Meat consumption.

The Environmental Working Group has put out a report showing why genetically modified foods won’t save the world. They point out that meat production requires more quantities of crops, (corn and soybeans) to feed livestock, and as the demand for meat continues to grow, so does the demand for GMO crops. Genetically modified foods are also largely found in many processed foods on the market today because they’re inexpensive and easy to source. Corn is also grown to produce biofuels, such as ethanol derived from corn. It’s been found that eighty percent of the foods grown globally (corn and soybeans) are used for biofuels and livestock feed, not to feed people. As the Environmental Working Group puts it, “Most of the investment in GE crops ends up feeding cows and cars, not people.” Since food production occupies about 40 percent of Earth’s land area and requires more water than any other #human activity, it’s time we look at how we’re producing our food to save costs, feed more people, & ultimately not even need #GMO to start with.
Since meat consumption directly contributes to the need for GMOs, it’s best if we reduce (or better yet, eliminate) meat off our plates for good. It’s estimated that food supply would increase by 27 percent alone if people just cut their consumption in half. Adopting a #plantbased diet is the best way to go when it comes to #food production & our health. #mearone
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  •   saintsteward I understand that you aren't saying anything bad, but when it comes down to it, does it really matter if I think differently about things compared to you? Why does it worry you? @jasonroyse 2w
  •   jasonroyse No bro. That's not what I'm saying at all. Well talk tomorrow @saintsteward 2w
  •   saintsteward I could say the same exact thing to you, but because my information is not "fact" I don't 2w
  •   saintsteward I get that you think I buy into things too easily, but what is your concern then? That I will have a different idea of things? Or that it will lead to a path of a conspiracist? Explain what you mean man @jasonroyse 2w
  •   jasonroyse Bro. Tomorrow 2w
  •   jasonroyse It's easier in person @saintsteward 2w
  •   jasonroyse Until then b 2w
  •   _plance Word, Romans had it right, just roast a pig a few tines a year and party 2w

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chazdinero_photography 25 years later still one of my favorite paintings in my collection Original @mear_one #MearOne @Mickey_Avalon 1990!! 4w

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