Jason

Dec 22
fancybeast-magazin:

http://www.fancybeast.de/test-erfahrung/almased-erfahrungen/
Nov 19
Oct 17

comedycentral:

comedycentral:

If this isn’t the best analogy for the government shutdown, I just don’t know what is.

Click here to watch the entire segment.

Reblogging this gem one more time now that the shutdown is over.

Sep 02
Aug 29
lolneincom:

Who looks stupid now?

lolneincom:

Who looks stupid now?

Aug 28

13thmoon:

the world is seriously going to shit 

Aug 14

utilitarianthings:

Lumigrids is a concept LED projector for bikes that aims to improve night rides. The device would project a square grid onto to the ground, allowing riders to see the terrain ahead.

Aug 11
pondifying:

Basically, run.

pondifying:

Basically, run.

Aug 05
kenobi-wan-obi:

Infinite Cave in Vietnam

The amazing photo featured above was taken in a huge cavern complex within the bowels of central Vietnam – in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. During the spring of 2009, a team of spelunkers began exploring a mountain river cave in Vietnam and discovered a passage carved by a subterranean river millions of years ago.

Like a castle on a knoll, a limestone formation shines beneath a skylight in Hang Son Doong Cave. A monsoon storm had just filled the pool in the foreground, signaling that exploring season was ending. Referred to as the “infinite cave” this underground labyrinth is more than 2.5 mi long (4.0 km).

Photographer: Carsten Peter/©National Geographic Magazine

Summary Author: Mark Jenkins/©National Geographic Magazine

kenobi-wan-obi:

Infinite Cave in Vietnam

The amazing photo featured above was taken in a huge cavern complex within the bowels of central Vietnam – in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. During the spring of 2009, a team of spelunkers began exploring a mountain river cave in Vietnam and discovered a passage carved by a subterranean river millions of years ago.

Like a castle on a knoll, a limestone formation shines beneath a skylight in Hang Son Doong Cave. A monsoon storm had just filled the pool in the foreground, signaling that exploring season was ending. Referred to as the “infinite cave” this underground labyrinth is more than 2.5 mi long (4.0 km).

Photographer: Carsten Peter/©National Geographic Magazine

Summary Author: Mark Jenkins/©National Geographic Magazine

Aug 04