I Heard It Through The Grapevine by The Funk Brothers from the album: Standing In The Shadows Of Motown (Disc 2)

The Funk Brothers - I Heard It Through The Grapevine

powerfulpills:

I love how barely anyone ever knows this is Phish.

powerfulpills:

I love how barely anyone ever knows this is Phish.

General O. and the Panhandlers - Sick Sick Lover

amazing production quality from savannah locals, check’em out

starrchild:

abluegirl:

Blue waves produced by bioluminescent phytoplankton: Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives, Florida Everglades, and Lakshadweep Islands off India.

incredible

thefrontrange:

Fire and Ice

thefrontrange:

Fire and Ice

America: We "help" countries "in need"
  • Country:

    We don't want your help.

  • America:

    Yes you do.

  • Country:

    No, seriously. It's not that simple. Don't help because you'll make it worse.

  • America:

    We're sending our military over.

Jake Orvis and the Broken Band - Shady Grove

a little old time to start the morning, while i prepare for Radiohead

It is not the brains that matter most, but that which guides them: the character, the heart, generous qualities, progressive ideas.
Fyodor Dostoyevsky (via katiekashmir)

digbicks:

Non-sign II is an installation by seattle based art collective Lead Pencil Studio located at the Canada-US border near Vancouver. The sculpture is made from small stainless steel rods that are assembled together to create the negative space of a billboard. While most billboards draw attention away from the landscape, Non-sign II frames the landscape, focusing attention back on it.

potatohamster:

An IPA a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Beer #65

Back in Black Cascadian Dark Ale/Black IPA/Whatever (21st Amendment Brewery)

First off, a shout out to lupulin and drinkipa for the glassware rinsing tip. I never really thought about why some brewery taprooms have the quick rinse thing on their drip tray. Now I just need to stop leaving my glassware around for my roommates to pop in the dishwasher.

Color is very dark.

Aroma is hoppy but also has a metallic tint to it that is often in beers with roasted malt. Taste-wise, there’s just the hoppiness and slight roastyness. It’s nice because the malt used to make the beer so dark is de-bittered so doesn’t contribute an overly roasty character. Columbus, Centennial, and Simcoe round out the hop bill.

I don’t usually care a ton for roasty beers or black IPAs, but this one is damn pleasant.

http://21st-amendment.com/beer/back-in-black

fuckyeahhiking:

quirkbot:

sshaposhnikov:

Iceland

And this is why I want to go to Iceland.

that first picture… shnikes.