recordingsofboardings:

The only thing you need to watch this week.

(Source: thegreendiamond)

Reblogged from recordingsofboardings, 768 notes, April 15, 2014

leonkarssen:

fun

leonkarssen:

fun

Reblogged from leonkarssen, 164 notes, April 13, 2014

(Source: cultivatemodesty)

Reblogged from mostlyskateboarding, 223 notes, April 11, 2014

I Spent $30 For the Cherry DVD and Now iTunes Wants $12.99 for HD

If they would have just stopped at the Blazer hi I would have been fine with the whole thing. But you dudes have been talked into silly prices for some real stupid-looking footwear. Not to make everything about Nike.

7 notes, April 3, 2014

"I make occasional eye contact with sentences in magazines and books and often wonder what on earth the words see in each other, what on earth they’re doing together, because they don’t look as if they’ve found excitement in each other’s company. Shouldn’t writing be far more sexual than sex? Sex is messier and doesn’t leave you with anything, unless you come out with a kid, and then the kid will likely as not grow up to be some brute vagrant anthology of your every ugliness—yours and the other party’s. Why is it that kids usually look like sick, sniggery parodies of their parents? Get your caricature done by some tank-topped street-fair charcoalist and be done with it already."

 Gary Lutz (interviewed by Derek White at BOMB)

Reblogged from ravimangla, 4 notes, April 1, 2014


themostfunthing:
It’s American, of course, with its odd balance of isolation and teamwork, a distinct division of labor. Stand roughly here in the grass or dirt and be ready because nobody can predict, man, when the ball might come your way. Chew whatever you like. Spit. When it comes, pursue the ball then throw it to the right place. Know beforehand to whom. Which is to say, plan ahead.
Step to the plate, take your cuts, focus. Reach base and don’t stray too far, observe and think then hustle hard. Hustle harder. Score the run, celebrate, and take the field to protect that for which you’ve worked. Offense and defense, everyone hits, runs, catches, throws — the designated hitter is a tax break for the wealthy.
Call it physical poetry amidst an ongoing war between numbers and intangibles, the novelistic pace of a 162-game season dense with intertwined narratives, rookies and veterans, middle-relief specialists and franchise superstars, all laboring beneath the strategic aegis of the old, grizzled manager who, god bless him, is wearing the same uniform. Playing ball.

(Opening Day tradition…)

themostfunthing:

It’s American, of course, with its odd balance of isolation and teamwork, a distinct division of labor. Stand roughly here in the grass or dirt and be ready because nobody can predict, man, when the ball might come your way. Chew whatever you like. Spit. When it comes, pursue the ball then throw it to the right place. Know beforehand to whom. Which is to say, plan ahead.

Step to the plate, take your cuts, focus. Reach base and don’t stray too far, observe and think then hustle hard. Hustle harder. Score the run, celebrate, and take the field to protect that for which you’ve worked. Offense and defense, everyone hits, runs, catches, throws — the designated hitter is a tax break for the wealthy.

Call it physical poetry amidst an ongoing war between numbers and intangibles, the novelistic pace of a 162-game season dense with intertwined narratives, rookies and veterans, middle-relief specialists and franchise superstars, all laboring beneath the strategic aegis of the old, grizzled manager who, god bless him, is wearing the same uniform. Playing ball.

(Opening Day tradition…)

Reblogged from dialecstatic, 33 notes, March 31, 2014

"If these Redbirds succeed, if they again march deep into the postseason, the rest of baseball will curse and groan and roll their eyes at the deterministic banality of it all. And they will be so, so wrong."

Chase Woodruff.

1 note, March 31, 2014

After five months off, I’m very, very pleased to be back on a skateboard. Thanks, Worf!

After five months off, I’m very, very pleased to be back on a skateboard. Thanks, Worf!

63 notes, March 31, 2014

nevver:

Surveillance now cuter than ever, CCTV camera animals

Post-millennial aesthetics update.

Reblogged from nevver, 1,567 notes, March 30, 2014

bengore:

radulthoodzine:

We’re creeping ever closer to release.
Logo by Nate Gralbraith

Soon soon soon!

bengore:

radulthoodzine:

We’re creeping ever closer to release.

Logo by Nate Gralbraith

Soon soon soon!

Reblogged from bengore, 180 notes, March 28, 2014

Dave in the backseat rapping along.

Dave in the backseat rapping along.

0 notes, March 28, 2014

thebenjamins-thebenjamins:

Epicly Later’d: Ed Templeton
(part 1) (part 2) (part 3) (part 4) (part 5) (part 6)

thebenjamins-thebenjamins:

Epicly Later’d: Ed Templeton

(part 1) (part 2) (part 3) (part 4) (part 5) (part 6)

Reblogged from thebenjamins-thebenjamins, 316 notes, March 27, 2014

mug-costanza asked: I checked out the OP-1 and it looks pretty sick but a bit out of my price range, i think i'll go with the arturia Microbrute, looking forward to more of your stuff!

olsonstuff:

No! That thing sucks!!!! Don’t do
It

quote that!

"Don’t do it." — Alex Olson, 3.27.2014

Reblogged from olsonstuff, 14 notes, March 27, 2014

St. Louis is the best. Video / audio commentary by Worful.

4 notes, March 27, 2014

mightyflynn:

"1985," a song by Joshua Kennedy

Even Royals fans will admit that he got the call wrong 
But the logic that lost it has been flawed all along 
No self-respect left, umpire’s getting death threats 
Like it’s his fault you lost control and now the bed’s wet 
He was clearly out, even blind homers can’t deny it 
But watch the game tape, at the very least they woulda tied it 
Study the game tape, I’m not lyin’, son 
Don’s responsible at the most for the tying run 
And not the game winner, get off the paint thinner 
Three decades under your skin, that’s an insane splinter 

Punch this song in its incredibly awesome face.

Reblogged from mightyflynn, 12 notes, March 27, 2014