Lot of Gear

Anonymous asked: Hi! I saw Your message to Yvonne and that was so Nice but what is your Name?

Well thank you anon, I try to give all my friends as much encouragement and advice as I can if I can. My name’s Mike by the way. Come off anon and hang around a while. I’ll try not to be too boring.

And just so we’re clear, the “I <3 yoga pants” sticker stayed. Because let’s be honest who doesn’t love yoga pants. I think we can all agree whether wearing them or just admiring them, black stretchy pants are the greatest.

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Welcome to the family you poor neglected, abused little Jeep. Don’t worry we’re gonna fix all your problems. (And probably create a few new ones) Great side note though if you buy cars from teenagers you get great horrible sticker selections on the vehicle. Mine included such greats as the shocker, a “u mad bro?”, a “zombie response team” radioactive symbol, a fireman with two scantily clad women that said “pulling hose” (picture included), a “I <3 yoga pants”, a duck commander sticker, a “yours maybe fast… but mine can go anywhere” (not on 30” street tires man), and a “Caution: this vehicle is a Transformer”. It also smelled like a Motel 8. Kind of a mix of swisher sweets covered up by febreeze and gas station air fresheners. So that’s just a general PSA on why to buy from teenagers.

Goodbye you giant thirsty bitch! I really did like you, but your terrible mileage was just tearing us apart. Why did you have to treat me like that!

Goodbye you giant thirsty bitch! I really did like you, but your terrible mileage was just tearing us apart. Why did you have to treat me like that!

This new Eric Church album is legit!

america-wakiewakie:

“According to the Pentagon, there are approximately 865 US military bases abroad—over 1,000 if new bases in Iraq and Afghanistan are included. The cost? $102 billion annually—and that doesn’t include the costs of the Iraq and Afghanistan bases.”
—Around the Globe, US Military Bases Generate Resentment, Not Security | The Nation

Let that sink in for a minute. $102 billion A YEAR! It would only take $10 billion to provide clean drinking water worldwide for a year. A tenth of what we spend on military bases abroad, A TENTH!

america-wakiewakie:

According to the Pentagon, there are approximately 865 US military bases abroad—over 1,000 if new bases in Iraq and Afghanistan are included. The cost? $102 billion annually—and that doesn’t include the costs of the Iraq and Afghanistan bases.”

Around the Globe, US Military Bases Generate Resentment, Not Security | The Nation

Let that sink in for a minute. $102 billion A YEAR! It would only take $10 billion to provide clean drinking water worldwide for a year. A tenth of what we spend on military bases abroad, A TENTH!

(via luthiermark)

"AMC is an American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by AMC Networks. The channel primarily airs theatrically released movies, along with a limited amount of original programming. The channel’s name originally stood for “American Movie Classics”, but since 2002 the full name has been deemphasized as a result of a major shift in its programming.”

Ahh, there’s the reason. Thanks wikipedia. Now how do I suggest they “major shift” it back the other direction?

So, AMC stands for American Movie Classics right? So someone please explain to me what in the hell Catwoman is doing on. This movie is teeeeeerrrrible. 

echo5charlie:

hangaround:

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stonypathsstrongshoes:

our-exploration:

So freaking cool.

That’s it, I’m getting a metal detector.

Oh my gaaaaaaaad.

I’ve seen bikes underwater, tsunami bikes crossing the pacific in a ship container, trees growing around bikes and now i’ve seen a buried bike. WTF!

It’d be so awesome if someone brought it back to life.

Alright dammit, if we’re finding motorcycles now, I’m definitely getting a metal detector. Old man status be damned.

(Source: lademencedetitus, via thearmedgentleman)

I think a clear sign you’re becoming an old person is when you see a commercial for a metal detector and think “yeah, that’s something I could get into.”