he sings in a band called the trash 

Regular Joe

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Anonymous said: Are you a fan of Queen? I think you plus a fake mustache could pull off a really awesome Freddie Mercury tribute.

roarieyum:

Weirdest and coolest compliment

image

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inrng:

The Chartreuse Trilogy in the French Alps. Three climbs one after the other and once infamous for their role in picking the winner of the Tour de France but today almost forgotten by the race and fans.

Chartreuse

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Me

Me

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gibier3000:

Cyclo-Muletier by cycledefrance on Flickr.
Maurice Maître climbing the Col du Parpaillon over military “mule paths” in the early 1930s. His 650B bike is equipped with a Cyclo derailleur, two frame mounted brakes and an additional drum brake. Maître was a prolific cyclotourist and a disciple of Vélocio, who went “mountain biking” on these same tracks some 30 years earlier. Nowadays the Route du Parpaillon is still as rough. (thanks to Cycle de France for the picture !)

The real MTB pioneer.

gibier3000:

Cyclo-Muletier by cycledefrance on Flickr.

Maurice Maître climbing the Col du Parpaillon over military “mule paths” in the early 1930s. His 650B bike is equipped with a Cyclo derailleur, two frame mounted brakes and an additional drum brake. Maître was a prolific cyclotourist and a disciple of Vélocio, who went “mountain biking” on these same tracks some 30 years earlier. Nowadays the Route du Parpaillon is still as rough.

(thanks to Cycle de France for the picture !)

The real MTB pioneer.

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nprfreshair:

For the 50th anniversary of A Hard Day’s Night by The Beatles, John Powers reviews the Criterion DVD release:

"In the unmistakable alchemy of their sound – and in their authentic laughter as they run from shrieking fans during the film’s opening credits – The Beatles embodied the hope and vitality the world was looking for then and still loves to this day. Like Louis Armstrong, they created music that, even when sad, is bursting with joy. All those hard days and nights paid off, for more than any band I can think of, they captured the yeah-yeah-yeah of happiness."


Read the full review: 'A Hard Day's Night': A Pop Artifact That Still Crackles With Energy

Photo via Janus films 

My youth.

nprfreshair:

For the 50th anniversary of A Hard Day’s Night by The Beatles, John Powers reviews the Criterion DVD release:

"In the unmistakable alchemy of their sound – and in their authentic laughter as they run from shrieking fans during the film’s opening credits – The Beatles embodied the hope and vitality the world was looking for then and still loves to this day. Like Louis Armstrong, they created music that, even when sad, is bursting with joy. All those hard days and nights paid off, for more than any band I can think of, they captured the yeah-yeah-yeah of happiness."

Read the full review: 'A Hard Day's Night': A Pop Artifact That Still Crackles With Energy

Photo via Janus films 

My youth.

Reblogged from NPR Fresh Air

biomorphosis:

Curious Lion cub investigates and smiles for the camera.

Meow

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puppy111:

ぬいぐるみかと思った


Pups

puppy111:

ぬいぐるみかと思った

Pups

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Ed.

Ed.

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Get on the good foot.

Get on the good foot.

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type-lover:

Chicago Font
by Patrick Seymour

Windy.

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