Sunday, August 31, 2008

Into the Rabbit Hole

Trippy trance mix up with Alice in wonderland, repetitive but catchy as hell.




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Bud Light® Who Cut the Cheese Superbowl 2008

"Oh yea if I pull your finger you'll be cuttin the cheese within seconds." This ad was released online after the Superbowl, never aired on the tele.




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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Let's See That Again



This Thursday baseball will put in place the ruling to be able to go to instant replay on "boundary calls" or balls that deal with home runs and fouls. Bud Selig, although he describes himself as an "old fashioned" guy, folded in on this issue because of all the ridiculous calls this season. As for Chicago Cubs Lou Pinella, "I'd love to be able to throw a red hankie or a green hankie. Imagine being able to throw something on the field and not be ejected. I shouldn't say it's not going to work, but this could turn into a little bit of a fiasco initially". I think screw the hankie let the signal for a challenge be throwing a chair or water cooler out there. I think we would all be a little happier that way. As for the timing of this, I think it sucks. It would make much more sense to just start the season off with it rather than initiating it with about 30 games left. Anyway it probably is a good thing as long as it doesn't end up growing which Selig assures won't, "Not as long as I'm commissioner". Bud your not gonna be alive forever, what about the kids Bud, what about the kids?

Monday, August 25, 2008

Lakai Fully Flared Vid Intro

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When you mix slo-mo with skating and pyro-technics you really can't go wrong.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Conspiracy




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Jetman




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Helicopter Fishing

"There's a bigger fish there it could be a shark, no its a marlin."




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Saturday, August 23, 2008

Friday, August 22, 2008

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Sounds of the Sea

Scientists in New Zealand from Auckland University claim they have discovered what the 20-30 decibel sounds heard twice a day in the ocean is. Sea Urchins, twice a day, once before sunrise and once before dusk, create this sound by scraping their five teeth along the seafloor scrounging for algae and invertebrates. An urchin's chewing apparatus is called an Aristotle's lantern, due to the ancient Greek philosopher's reference to the mouth's resemblance to a type of five-sided lamp. Other theories coming from this study suggest that the sounds that urchins make, as well as fish grunting and snapping shrimp popping act as beacons to larval fish & crustaceans. Since the ocean is so large with little visual nav points near the surface scientists believe this theory helps to explain how the larva make it to safe waters such as reefs. "They have to find their way back somehow" study co-leader Radford said.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

$Paid~In~Full$

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THIS IS A JOURNEY INTO SOUND

Sports Fan Live


This beta gives you all the up to date news and happenings with the sports teams you follow most. Just add each team you'd like to follow to the bar on the top of the page.

Unnecessary Knowledge

Some truly great tidbits of info here. Like turtles can breath through there butts.

E-Tec

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Flip the bail and shut it.
Can't tell ya why there are two video spots here, both are the same.

Brand: Evinrude Outboard Motors
Agency: Cramer-Krasselt
Release Date: May 15, 2008

Monday, August 18, 2008

Outside.in


Here is a cool site that allows you to keep up to date with news specifically regarding your area/neighborhood. Lets you in on the inside scoop on local places or events: new real estate developments, bars, etc.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

SearchMe Visual Search Engine


Dirty search engine lets you browse visually through cover flow interface. It will highlight the keyword within the page screenshot or play the video under video search as well as display a plethora of images.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Gatsby Styzie


If the Great Gatsby was to be an Olympian he would be sportin' Polo's new Olympic Opening Ceremony Apparel for sure.

Nike 6.o Truck


The Ill Mobile by Nike lets the team do what they please in any terrain. Skate, wake, surf, bmx, etc. Equipped with rails, quarter pipe, grill, and grimy old couch. Images courtesy of High Snobiety

Abe Froman the Sausage King of Chicago

He's always Abe Froman to me.




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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Noble Savage

This mariner moved to Tahiti to live as Rousseau's noble savage.
Location:Tahiti, Society Islands, Polynesia.
Photographer:
GEORGE F. MOBLEY/National Geographic Image Collection
Humpback whales, swimming underwater in a serene blue sea.
Location:Rurutu Island, Austral Islands, French Polynesia.
Photographer:PAUL SUTHERLAND/National Geographic Image Collection

sam the sham and the pharaohs 'wooly bully'

Classic.




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National Geographic


National Geographic has put out a website to help their sick photographers get commercial work. Pretty slick, check it out.

StumbleAudio


StumbleAudio. Just like StumbleVideo but lets you hit up new music through cover flow style outlay. Similar to Pandora in music regards but the interface is a little sleaker. Here ya GO.

BurtonXCarhartt




Wow, nicely done Carhartt|Burton.