I need to step my picture game up:I like this Nikon D90 because it has the quality of a professional camera, but the price of a common man’s camera. I also like that it takes really good action shots. Sigh…one
Since I’ve been living in the east coast, my mind has broken free of that California mindset and seen that snow is pretty to look at, and hell to live life with. Thank God for this. I found it on
For nerds like me, this is how I feel the creation story should be told:http://player.vimeo.com/video/9500433SUPERNATURAL CREATOR 2 from Mareike on Vimeo. That was absolutely brilliant. If only we could have the whole Bible in 16-bit animation.
Who says mom was right about not drawing on walls? Stolen from Uncrate.com:IdeaPaint lets you draw on the walls and the best part is that you can always erase. Oh yeaaaa.
This is beautiful:For anyone who travels a lot and has a pretty good hat collection needs this. I will never have to worry again about wasting luggage space just to make sure my hats don’t crease. Thanks, New Era.
This is morbidly brilliant. I stole this from Likecool.com:This is a screw in coffin designed by Donald Scruggs. It’s cheap and efficient, something I believe all funerals/deaths should be. people dwell too much on physical representations of people who have
I desire these:In other words, I’m going to be rocking the Supra Vaiders soon. Don’t steal my idea. It’s not a good look. Ughhhhhh, that’s nasty.
Stolen from LikeCool.com:I really feel like this is what anyone who played 16-bit games assumed happened to the enemies they destroyed. Digital blocks are not to be wasted.
Boxing has to be one of the most rigorous workouts ever invented. I really want to take it up as a cross training method, word to Chad Ochocinco. While we’re on boxing, look what I found on Uncrate.com:The Seletti Boxitalia Punching
Random thought: I was wondering why when someone’s trying to do something, people always tell them what they can’t do? A lot of people try to say it’s people being haters, but in all honesty, I think it’s a fear