Courtesy of Matt Oishi
Pro-Tip. Turn off the subtitles.
Quote attributed to Lord Shaxx
Running about five years behind. As usual.
This song has yet to be released. So…listen.
Let me tell you the story of the Giants and the fate that befell their King, cursed to drown twice a day, for eternity.
The problem with Kauai is the prevalence of angry hippies and a total lack of dramatic vistas, great beaches and tasty chow.
I hadn’t heard of Ben Moon before watching this, but his imagery is great. I could say more, but why bother.
Emancipator’s new track. The 29th can’t come fast enough.
But no less awesome.
This is just so amazing on several levels.
Listen to this.
This is one of those rare forwarded images I didn’t immediately delete with extreme prejudice.
Unfortunately, I’m not sure who to credit for this, but I will edit that in if the author of this important work becomes clear.
Somebody with more skill than me:
Used some Crane-Style Kung Fu to get underneath our “bird net” for a meal of goldfish and koi, but couldn’t manage to extricate himself.
What a dick.
…when the midichlorians started to take hold. I remember saying something like “I feel a disturbance in the Force; maybe you should drive….” And suddenly there was a terrible roar all around us and the sky was full of what looked like huge bats, all swooping and screeching and diving around the speeder, which was going about point five past light-speed with the top down to Mos Eisley.
Happy 35th Star Wars
He knows what he did.
Quick follow-up on the Scott Paul post from a few days ago. There are still no more bottles of D122 for sale, so consider this The Maestro of wine blog posts.
It is rare when you come across a great intersection of music and art. I was on a random walk on Spotify, looking for acts similar to PhuturePrimitive, and I saw the artwork for “Glowing In The Darkest Night”. My Pretty Lights playlist is now in absurdly heavy rotation. So here are a few of my favorite Pretty Lights tracks, plus my favorite McPharlin (at the moment).
Scott Paul is one of our favorite winemakers in Oregon. The Dom was a great run, but those in the know will remember the epic D122.
I can’t stop listening to this dude’s stuff.
Feature Photo (c)Thierry Legault
Yep, more music. This time from the upcoming Mojang-published game Cobalt.
No self-respecting hipster would drink tea from a mug with a handle and no self-respecting modern gentleman would drink tea from just any tumbler. So I present you with the fine pottery of Ray Morales (who would be well within his rights to take issue with my pseudo-hipster plug).
Yeah so, ok. It’s only 4AM, but that is really not the point. The thermometer reads an uncivilized 12 degrees Fahrenheit.