Thursday, July 16, 2009

BASKING IN LONG ISLAND



A reportedly 20-foot-long (6-meter-long) basking shark that washed ashore on a beach on New York's Long Island on Tuesday appears to have died from some kind of illness (basking shark picture and wallpaper).

New York State Parks official George Gorman said researchers will examine the basking shark to determine a cause of death. After that, it will be buried in nearby sand dunes on the beach.

Basking sharks are common in the waters off Long Island. The giant washed ashore on a town beach a few miles east of Jones Beach State Park, a popular recreation area for New York City-area residents.

Basking sharks are the world's second largest fish, after whale sharks, and can grow up to 32 feet (10 meters) long. Despite their giant mouths, the sharks are not considered dangerous and feed mainly on plankton. The International Union for Conservation of Nature lists the giant sharks as vulnerable to extinction.

After examining the basking shark, Tracy Marcus of Cornell University's Long Island-based Sport Fishing Education Center said the shark weighs about a ton. She said it is unusual for an ailing basking shark to come ashore. Usually they die in the ocean.


STOP LOOKING AT MY BLOG, DAD.



My dad has more facebook friends than me. He also needs to stop looking at this blog.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

BUNNIES!



PLATE TECHTONICS?


CYBERDYNED








my computer is spazzing out. Sometimes it won't start. Secretly I'm glad, because it is overapparent that I spend too much time on here. I think my computer is plotting against me. Cyberdyne has successfully infilitrated heavydiscussion.


WOMAN TWEETS DURING BANK ROBBERY



NEW YORK, July 15 (UPI) -- A New York woman who witnessed a bank robbery provided a play-by-play report on the heist by posting to the social networking site Twitter.
Annemarie Dooling, a self-described "social media junkie," was standing in line at an HSBC branch when an unarmed man passed a note to the teller demanding money, the New York Daily News reported Wednesday.

Dooling, 26, posted "My bank was just held up—with me in it," to Twitter as the teller handed over an undisclosed amount of money to the thief who immediately fled.

Dooling provided updates on the situation for the next hour, Tweeting about the arrival of police and the questioning of witnesses.

The Daily News says Twitter users sent Dooling good wishes and "re-tweeted" her messages.

Dooling is a Web producer for Telepicture Productions in New York. She was posting from a smart phone with a broken trackball that prevented her from making calls.



Saw this on freewilliamsburg.com. ugh. This short is a piece of garbage. It's not funny or original. White hipsters attempting to accurately mimic black culture almost always ends up painfully embarassing. Especially in wack stunna shades purchased last minute at Buffalo Exchange on Telegraph Ave. And what's up with all that shoddy footage of black kids in the street? You would think that shit was stock police footage. Plus, you know these fools were making sure nobody remotely black could see them filming their five minute "ghostriding" experiment. They probably filmed most of that shit in a Cul-de-sac behind Ikea. I love to hate. And watching this doesn't make it any harder to hate on lame ass cornballs that need to take off their " I hella love oakland" tees.


LAST TEMPTATION OF CRUST



Tuesday, July 14, 2009



i could just watch this without the song



Monday, July 13, 2009


skate mental! snowboard skateboard. one for the imaginary wall.



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normandy. again



tripping with the simpsons



world's fastest stamper

Sunday, July 12, 2009

HELL YEAH



squatter punk summit. this guy ain't no squatter though his hair's too clean, but his bandana is tougher than the dirt on half of everyones face




munchkins performing the classics. it was really as cute as it looked. i gave a dollar. they held me at gunpoint



banana split: pwned



eagle in the sky, i know it's there.. you just gotta' belieeevvee



matching totem poles