And we use the term “nerd” lovingly, because this looks like a lot of fun. Also because we’re all huge nerds.
If you spend a lot of time around hammers, you might pick up a trick or two. Or maybe you’ll just use your tools to do your job. Either way, you’re doing something good for the world.
We’ve seen longboarders hit some high speeds and do some scary things, but going 90 miles per hour on a little piece of wood and four wheels — as Kyle Wester does here — is just pure, mind-boggling insanity.
And why is it so much easier to appreciate what has happened when it is in the past?
Even the toughest men know it’s OK to cry.
On the western edge of Staten Island lives an official dumping ground for wrecked tugboats, decommissioned ferries and other rusting vessels who time has passed from all periods during the 20th century
Gotta fight for ya right to protego totalum.
Severe thunderstorms caused flash flooding in downtown Colorado Spring on Monday, August 29th. This video captured part of the madness.
Behold, the more conveniently and centrally located, equally dangerous cousin of mountain biking: urban mountain biking.
We always thought there was something more than just friendship between these two.
I stay in my bed, I wrap myself in dreams where nothing can be broken.
Now all you need to do is cut some finger holes in the top and you’ll have a rockin’ zook flute.
Maybe the rain is sweet because it falls through so much of the world…even sweetness can scratch the throat, Grandma said, so stir the sugar well.
“It takes so little to fill, then break, the heart,” says William Reichard, encapsulating tenderness in two verse paragraphs.
The following Vine captures the nauseating moment a Christian protestor heckles a man for grieving over his dead husband.