Tiësto vs Diplo - C'Mon



Me First and the Gimme Gimmes - The boxer (Simon and Garfunkel cover)

Me First and the Gimme Gimmes - The times they are a-changin' (Bob Dylan cover)

@ the dickhouse world

At the @dickhouseworld @jackassworld office watching jeff tremaine put up the new dunn stickers everywhere! Thanks Tracy yfrog.com/khfyasej

Jackass Explosive Dubstep | RIP Ryan Dunn

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Sublime with Rome - Yours Truly full stream @ facebook

You can now listen to whole new Sublime with Rome album "Yours Truly" on Facebook brought to you by Journeys! It'll be in stores and on iTunes in less than one week so don't forget to preorder your copy while you're there!

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love @ bananahobby


its like driving a mustang i guess with all the other sh*t they got l0l

Joe Rogan and The Symphony Of Abstract Thought Part 2

Jurgen Roelandts - Incredible Hulk custom bike @ Tour de France 2011

via cyclingnews

Jurgen Roelandts - Incredible Hulk
Canyon provided custom painted Tour de France bikes to four members of the Omega Pharma-Lotto team: Jurgen Van Den Broeck, Philippe Gilbert, Andre Greipel, and Jurgen Roelandts.
The bikes of Van Den Broeck, Greipel, and Roelandts all followed a similar theme, using the same basic layout as the standard team issue bikes but with black base colors, different accent stripe colors, and a personalized image on the side of the down tube-head tube junction. Van Den Broeck's machine was decorated with a snarling leopard, Greipel's bike wore his usual menacing gorilla, and Roelandts' rig sported the visage of the Incredible Hulk. All three got custom headset top caps, too.
Philippe Gilbert's checkerboard themed bike

Gilbert's main and spare bikes were a little more elaborate, however, with checkerboard themes owing to his 'Fast Phil' nickname. One of his Canyon Aeroad CF bikes wore simple slate grey graphics but the other was finished in more appropriate red and yellow to celebrate his recent Belgian national road championship win (we'll have a more detailed look at Gilbert's bike soon, too, complete with specs and measurements).

Andrei Greipel – The Gorilla

Greipel received one additional modification that was purely functional: a custom, extra-stiff, forged aluminum stem to help bolster the front end. The extension shape was mostly lifted from the team's standard Ritchey WCS 4-Axis 44 except for a slightly more generous width (and the four-bolt faceplate actually is a Ritchey item) but the steerer clamp is much taller than usual and sports three pinch bolts instead of two. Wall thickness is much greater than usual, too.

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