if i had to do it all over again…

if i had to do it all over again…

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joespub:

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Times Square in the rain, 1940s © Lou Stoumen

Good morning, NYC. IT’s raining again.

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plasmatics-life:

Time Square - {by Seandshoots.com} | {Follow on 500PX}


yikes!

plasmatics-life:

Time Square - {by Seandshoots.com} | {Follow on 500PX}

yikes!

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September 25, 2014: Derek Jeter’s final game at Yankee Stadium. #FarewellCaptain.


The captain

September 25, 2014: Derek Jeter’s final game at Yankee Stadium. #FarewellCaptain.

The captain

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Put it this way—you’re gonna move a lot more people if you play with emotion and passion than you are if you play with technical bravado. It’s just the nature of the beast. And certainly—even still—the thing that gets me first is emotion.
John Fogerty, speaking to Marc Maron in a two hour interview that’s rambling, compelling and inspiring. Check it out here. Marc Maron is fast becoming my favorite interviewer of musicians. (via joespub)
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wired:

The idea is to install it at stations where buses stop for a few minutes at a time, in high-traffic areas or at the end of the route. The bus will get in a quick charge, enough to top off the battery. When charging is complete, the pantograph pops back up into the Busbaar’s stand and the bus gets going again.

MORE: A Giant Charger That Juices Up Electric Buses in Three Minutes

Love this thinking

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sadstuffonthestreet:

Sad Jesus on the Street.

Found by pennycollection

have you seen jesus?  yes, I have.  he’s right over there by that lamp post.

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insidefashionista:

Marc Jacobs Is Bringing Its Tweet Shop Concept to Mobile

another wtf.   just what is this image trying to say?  

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guardian:

This is basically the logic of the College Republican National Committee’s latest ad aimed at female voters:

"Let’s make politics like shopping for wedding dresses and reality TV, because that’s the only way we can get women to care!"

omfg!  is this a real political ad?  wow!  so demeaning and disrespectful.  like, vote for me, you know?

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