David Yurman
theatlantic:

Tour de France 2011 - Part 1

The 98th Tour de France cycling race kicked off on July 2, as 18 teams of nine riders departed from the the Passage du Gois in western France. Mark Cavendish of Britain just won the 11th stage of 21, which took place today in Lavaur, but French rider Thomas Voeckler still wears the yellow jersey of the overall leader. The first half of the tour this year has been plagued by crashes, most notably Netherlands rider Johnny Hoogerland’s tumble into a barbed-wire fence after being bumped off the road by a car. The Tour continues until July 24, heading into the Alps for grueling mountain stages in the second half of the race. The entire tour will cover a distance of 3,430.5 kilometers (2,132 miles). 
Above: Tour de France cyclists pass the world heritage site Mont Saint Michel, a rocky tidal island which holds a monastery, during the sixth stage of the racee in Lisieux, Normandy, western France, on Thursday July 7, 2011. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani)

See more awesome photos at In Focus

theatlantic:

Tour de France 2011 - Part 1

The 98th Tour de France cycling race kicked off on July 2, as 18 teams of nine riders departed from the the Passage du Gois in western France. Mark Cavendish of Britain just won the 11th stage of 21, which took place today in Lavaur, but French rider Thomas Voeckler still wears the yellow jersey of the overall leader. The first half of the tour this year has been plagued by crashes, most notably Netherlands rider Johnny Hoogerland’s tumble into a barbed-wire fence after being bumped off the road by a car. The Tour continues until July 24, heading into the Alps for grueling mountain stages in the second half of the race. The entire tour will cover a distance of 3,430.5 kilometers (2,132 miles).

Above: Tour de France cyclists pass the world heritage site Mont Saint Michel, a rocky tidal island which holds a monastery, during the sixth stage of the racee in Lisieux, Normandy, western France, on Thursday July 7, 2011. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani)

See more awesome photos at In Focus

christiannightmares:

God speaks to Pat Robertson again, tells him who the next president is going to be but Robertson’s ‘not supposed to talk about that’ (Found at Right Wing Watch)

visual-poetry:

“Birth of God/uniVerse” (1965) by Lionel Kearns

visual-poetry:

“Birth of God/uniVerse” (1965) by Lionel Kearns

“I met her at the Burger King we fell in love by the soda machine

So we took the car downtown the kids were hanging out all around

Then we went down to Coney Island on the coaster and around again

And no one’s gonna ever tear us apart cause she’s my sweetheart …”

~The Ramones

justinhalpern:

I wrote this a couple years ago. I’m pretty sure my roommate at the time had pissed me off for some reason prompting me to write this. Then I think I realized that I’ve been two out of the three of these roommates.

3. The Party Five Nights A Week And Bring My Cheesy Bottle Service Friends Home…

dashperiod:

Question: How can the fishies leave the light bullbs? hmmm….

dashperiod:

Question: How can the fishies leave the light bullbs? hmmm….

Just in case your playlist didn’t work…

Go onto Grooveshark (grooveshark.com) and creat your playlist by searching for tracks and highlighting the tracks you want and clicking the box that says “add +” Repeat until you have all your tracks. Click “Export” at the bottom left of the page.

Now you…

ourpresidents:

Johnny Cash passed away on September 12, 2003.  Here he is with June Carter Cash and family, visiting President Carter in the White House in June 1977.
From the Carter Library White House photographs.  Via the National Archives on Facebook.
What’s your favorite Johnny Cash song?

ourpresidents:

Johnny Cash passed away on September 12, 2003.  Here he is with June Carter Cash and family, visiting President Carter in the White House in June 1977.

From the Carter Library White House photographs.  Via the National Archives on Facebook.

What’s your favorite Johnny Cash song?

Land of Souls and Olives, a Conclusion: PLMF’ers. Part 2.

mspandrew:

Here’s part 1.



Has it already been two weeks since I went to the Olive Garden? Hard to believe. But the good news is that the team of gastrointestinologists monitoring my condition ‘round the clock has informed me that the meal is well on its way to being digested. So that’s cool. Hold on while I try to remember what happened that night.

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lacuevadelinformatico:

Este no lo traduzco o pierde la gracia xD

lacuevadelinformatico:

Este no lo traduzco o pierde la gracia xD