I see an iPhone and I want to paint it black →
Which is what this guy actually did. Step-by-step instructions.
bjornstar says The blue angels are practicing... →
(via bjornstar) Right over Lake Washington for Seafair. They’ve been buzzing our building (and our stomachs) all day.
Is your bed naked? →
At night projections from moving cars are shone on... →
marjoree: “The animal’s movements are programmed to correspond to the speed of the car: as the car moves, the animal runs along it speeding up and slowing down with the car, as the car stops, the animal stops also…” There’s a video of this in action at the above link — it’s way cool. (via)
ianlee: Vitorianoel, Hannahmai, Jed, and Ben are lost in Northwest Portland in the industrial area. 10:03pm Lets see if they make it. hahaha! Don’t people know how to pull over and ask for directions anymore?? Must we rely so heavily on technology? GAH! (that felt good) My sister lives in Northwest. I’ll send her their way.
chainchewinggum: Woowoo first earthquake. I’m on the eighth floor of a new building in Century City with rollers under the foundation. Felt like a wave rolling under a large boat. Everyone just sorta froze and looked at each other, except one of the agents who went into her office and broke out an expensive bottle of wine. My kind of gal.
I’d like to see female litigators embrace the term “clitigator.– Who says attorneys don’t have a sense of humor? (via karion) I’d like to pay lip service to this by reblogging.
This concerns me. A lot. →
duckandpenguin: suitep: thedailyfiona: (via byrdie) This explains a lot. Yeah, that’s freaky. I just showed it to the guy who sits next to me at work. He said “No wonder I have brain cancer”. (He does) It’s been Snopesed. Nice trick though. It was also Gawkerized.
This concerns me. A lot. →
thedailyfiona: (via byrdie) This explains a lot. Yeah, that’s freaky. I just showed it to the guy who sits next to me at work. He said “No wonder I have brain cancer”. (He does)
Ahh Craigslist. →
allgrownsup: “Do you own a Flowbee and would be willing to cut my hair with it? It’s sort of been a lifelong dream of mine. Nothing weird, except obviously, wanting to have yr hair cut with a Flowbee.” You really can’t make this shit up. I’ve always had a strange sort of fascination with Flowbees, but it doesn’t extends this far.
courtneyj: Shopping for a house in the Seattle area is just depressing when you come from the Midwest. Also, 3 car garages only exist on the Eastside. Go ahead Seattle. Act smug. I know you’re cool with street parking because you only have bicycles or one Outback that fits the whole family, but some of us need space. There are a ton of homes with 3 car garages around here, not just the...
25 Internet Startups That Bombed Miserably →
soupsoup: forthestory: tmblg: (via willw) Kozmo was great, while it lasted. I still miss Kozmo. But at least I have their t-shirt.
Sometimes, someone out of the blue starts following you, so of course you have to go check them out. (I’m nothing if not a voyeur.) And maybe you have to go back two or three pages on their tumblr to see if your interest is piqued enough to follow them. But sometimes it only takes one.
Russell Brand to host VMAs →
soupsoup: seriouslythough: Whoa. I may actually watch the VMAs this year. Oh who am I kidding, I’ll DVR it and fast-forward through anyone who isn’t Russel Brand. Surprisingly solid choice. He was amazing on Letterman. He was even funnier on Conan.
Dreams do come true...
Mom: If I were to give you your father's Hasselblad, what's the first thing you would do?
me: Take a class
Mom: No. The FIRST thing.
me: Insure it!
I can't believe it. For as long as I can remember, I have loved my dad's camera. Every time he'd use it, which was ALL the time, I can remember being completely fascinated by it. I think it's where my love of photography first started, and it's the only thing of his that I have ever wanted.