Musings from an idiot on the loose.

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darylalexsy:This is part of the Reichstag in Berlin.

darylalexsy:

This is part of the Reichstag in Berlin.

greinke is watching.

greinke is watching.

(Source: jerryqueen, via blog-of-chavez-ravine)

therealpsl:A bit drafty, but it’s home. 

therealpsl:

A bit drafty, but it’s home. 

theparisreview:Raymond Carver, The Art of Fiction No. 76

theparisreview:

Raymond Carver, The Art of Fiction No. 76

markdavidchristenson:It was a great Kubb afternoon with @noamskib @overoverunder and @quiteilliterate  (at Echo Park, Los Angeles)
damn good kubb day.

markdavidchristenson:

It was a great Kubb afternoon with @noamskib @overoverunder and @quiteilliterate (at Echo Park, Los Angeles)

damn good kubb day.

rtsimpson:crayonbron.gif

rtsimpson:

crayonbron.gif

strle:bedfordbrown:

Tumblr Sales OffSite 2014

This really was such a fun day. The Browns know how to throw a party and the Tumblr sales team knows how to have a good time.
goodtimes.biz

strle:

bedfordbrown:

Tumblr Sales OffSite 2014

This really was such a fun day. The Browns know how to throw a party and the Tumblr sales team knows how to have a good time.

goodtimes.biz

(Source: giphy, via weirdudenergy)

archiemcphee:

Norwegian artist Markus Moestue transformed three humble bicycles into this ferociously awesome Dinocycle. The dinosaur’s body, which is modeled after a Coelophysis, was carved out of polystyrene and coated in fiberglass. After completing his creation, Moestue took his creature for a ride around southern Norway.

According to VG News the raptor bicycle is now up for sale. The bids immediately began rolling in, however Moestue isn’t really concerned with how much money people are wiling to offer. He’s much more interested in finding someone who wants to do something particularly interesting with this wonderfully unusual bike.

[via Geekologie]

pretty chill bike.

mightyflynn:Beer vendor
August 1948
Sportsman’s Park
St. Louis, Missouri
Photo by Joe Scherschel
back in my day, there were buckets of beer.

mightyflynn:

Beer vendor

August 1948

Sportsman’s Park

St. Louis, Missouri

Photo by Joe Scherschel

back in my day, there were buckets of beer.

(Source: skinthiscat)