We got a durian at work today.
Don’t ask why, don’t ask how.
Video coming tomorrow.

We got a durian at work today.

Don’t ask why, don’t ask how.

Video coming tomorrow.

The Chris Gethard Show is a beautiful thing made more beautiful by Bo Montez and many butts.

The Chris Gethard Show is a beautiful thing made more beautiful by Bo Montez and many butts.

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crumbler:

popcornnoises:

For about three years in the early 2000s, there was a lot of talk in the mainstream music press about a garage rock revival centered around four bands with prominent hits at the time: The Strokes, The White Stripes, The Vines, and The Hives. The cover of Rolling Stone for the September 2002 issue…

Essential reading. 

It’s true. The Hives hold up.

Work stuff. (at KICKS 105.1)

Work stuff. (at KICKS 105.1)

soulmusicsongs:

Knock On Wood - Reuben Wilson (Orange Peel / Knock On Wood, 1969)

How funky do you feel?

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Backwards guitar solos are rad

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dbslrt:

Départ des 24 heures du Mans 1965. En tête, la 250LM 3.3 litres V12 de Lucien Bianchi et Michael Salmon.

Considering the incredible ergonomic and environmental challenges with Michael Salmon even getting in the car in the first place, it’s incredible that they made the grid, much less got the thing moving.

dbslrt:

Départ des 24 heures du Mans 1965. En tête, la 250LM 3.3 litres V12 de Lucien Bianchi et Michael Salmon.

Considering the incredible ergonomic and environmental challenges with Michael Salmon even getting in the car in the first place, it’s incredible that they made the grid, much less got the thing moving.

Michael Salmon

Ugh, they’re the best.

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so like, Spy Game Pitt.

I was thinking closer to The Mexican Pitt, but that’d work. We’re in the same ballpark.

Of course, I see late-90’s-early-00’s Brad Pitt wearing sunglasses (even into the rainstorm) playing the lead.

There were a ton of clouds rolling in as I drove home today. Very ominous. I had to switch out my sunglasses for my regular glasses right after crossing the Angelina River bridge from Lufkin to Nacogdoches.

It was weird though, I kind of felt like I was watching someone else driving from someplace else. .38 Special was on the classic rock station, and the whole thing felt like it could have been part of a kinda-dark action-comedy movie. Like the dude is driving into a serious rainstorm with the radio turned way up, on his way to go shoot someone and steal something, or something.

Like he’s gonna drive into town and park, realize the rain is pouring down, grab a newspaper and hold it over his head, run into the bank, shake off, and then hold the place up. And like, on his way out, he slips and falls on the wet sidewalk. Or something.

I don’t know. It was a very strange drive home.

thecountryfucker:

Carmelita - Dwight Yoakam covering Warren Zevon

Someone posted Deer Tick’s version but this is my fave. The Linda Rondstadt version is a front runner as well.

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mashable:

Filmmaker Dana Nachman and Moving Train are currently completing a documentary about Leukemia survivor Miles Scott (a.k.a. Batkid) and the big day that brought thousands of people onto the makeshift Gotham streets in San Francisco.

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I don’t get it, but I’m into it.

I don’t get it, but I’m into it.

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