Evening plans…

i am sill tired from this pass weekend. i guess can’t sleep right on those couches my friends have. So tonight i am going to bed evening like at 8pm. Prolly won’t fall asleep until 9 or so. I will try not to do any gaming tonight because it takes up so much of my time, even though i did just buy The Bridge and Magic 2015.

  • After work, hit up grocery store.
  • Get home, eat dinner.
  • Wash down, chill for a bit and do a little sketching IRL or on my iPad.
  • Take a shower and hit the hay.

i feel like i don’t belong anywhere.

skottieyoung:

My new sketchbook is now available to order! Only 1000 copies. http://skottieyoungstore.bigcartel.com 

$30. 100 pages, black and white., perfect bound. Collecting some of my favorite daily sketches over the years. 

upperplayground:

Via news.upperplayground.com: “Wu is the word, Tang is the tongue of the sword, so basically it’s about being lyrically sharp. I’ll say I’m a crazy one because HipHop is my vehicle to scientific and universal enlightenment. Growing up in the 70s and 80s in Stanton Island in Brooklyn, I was not readily exposed to the hard sciences.  You see science existed in tertiary forms during my youth. And it wasn’t until my music career matured, that I began to pursue or I was exposed to science as an intellectual pursuit. But yet still as a child I often wondered about the static from the coffee or the aluminum on the TV antenna…  ”-GZA at TED x TEEN 2014 #Gza #wutang

Even though i am not a teen, i still feel the need to watch this.

upperplayground:

Via news.upperplayground.com: “Wu is the word, Tang is the tongue of the sword, so basically it’s about being lyrically sharp. I’ll say I’m a crazy one because HipHop is my vehicle to scientific and universal enlightenment. Growing up in the 70s and 80s in Stanton Island in Brooklyn, I was not readily exposed to the hard sciences.  You see science existed in tertiary forms during my youth. And it wasn’t until my music career matured, that I began to pursue or I was exposed to science as an intellectual pursuit. But yet still as a child I often wondered about the static from the coffee or the aluminum on the TV antenna…  ”-GZA at TED x TEEN 2014 #Gza #wutang

Even though i am not a teen, i still feel the need to watch this.

driveshesaid:

Every single one please

i would eat them like Cookie Monster eats cookies, like Garfield eats lasagna, and like Goku eats everything else, lol!

driveshesaid:

Every single one please

i would eat them like Cookie Monster eats cookies, like Garfield eats lasagna, and like Goku eats everything else, lol!

bikesandcars:

Volkswagen Golf GTI Lambo brakes and rims

i absolutely loves these kind of mods.

lewsteph:

Shrunkenheadman!!! 

lewsteph:

Shrunkenheadman!!! 

hopshack:

Found this interesting post of gif’s on Beer and Whiskey Bro’s website.  Pretty Cool!

topgear:

Road Test: Ferrari California T

Self-appointed guardians of Ferrari’s soul gave the company a right kicking when it launched the California five years ago. Apparently, to build a relatively usable convertible was none of Ferrari’s business. Even though some of its past greats, like the 330 GTS and 250 GT California, were exactly that format. And, actually, the California has been one of the best-selling Ferraris ever.
Now there’s another storm brewing because the new California, the T, has a turbocharged engine. Again, the voices are raised that it’s not what we want from Ferrari, thank you very much. Even though some of the past greats, such as the 288 GTO and F40, also had just that sort of engine.
Hey, be happy people… it’s not like it’s a diesel SUV or anything. But the decision to go turbo always carried a risk, openly acknowledged by Ferrari engineers, that the result would emerge bereft of the blazing-fast throttle response, primal scream and dizzying revs that make the current generation of Ferrari engines so life-enhancing.
If Ferrari knew it was risky, why do it? Fuel consumption. Contrary to myth, Ferrari can’t just lose its thirst and CO2 numbers in the giant bulk of Fiat’s average. For this purpose, it stands independently. But neither is it bound to the same 90g/km target as the mass manufacturers. Ferrari, along with McLaren, Aston and others, gets an exemption as a small manufacturer, but only so long as it shows willing and gets its CO2 onto a clear downward trend. The Cali T has dropped to 250g/km from the old V8’s 299, and they say the real-world consumption will fall in similar ratio. [x]

topgear:

Road Test: Ferrari California T

Self-appointed guardians of Ferrari’s soul gave the company a right kicking when it launched the California five years ago. Apparently, to build a relatively usable convertible was none of Ferrari’s business. Even though some of its past greats, like the 330 GTS and 250 GT California, were exactly that format. And, actually, the California has been one of the best-selling Ferraris ever.

Now there’s another storm brewing because the new California, the T, has a turbocharged engine. Again, the voices are raised that it’s not what we want from Ferrari, thank you very much. Even though some of the past greats, such as the 288 GTO and F40, also had just that sort of engine.

Hey, be happy people… it’s not like it’s a diesel SUV or anything. But the decision to go turbo always carried a risk, openly acknowledged by Ferrari engineers, that the result would emerge bereft of the blazing-fast throttle response, primal scream and dizzying revs that make the current generation of Ferrari engines so life-enhancing.

If Ferrari knew it was risky, why do it? Fuel consumption. Contrary to myth, Ferrari can’t just lose its thirst and CO2 numbers in the giant bulk of Fiat’s average. For this purpose, it stands independently. But neither is it bound to the same 90g/km target as the mass manufacturers. Ferrari, along with McLaren, Aston and others, gets an exemption as a small manufacturer, but only so long as it shows willing and gets its CO2 onto a clear downward trend. The Cali T has dropped to 250g/km from the old V8’s 299, and they say the real-world consumption will fall in similar ratio. [x]

It’s going to be a long day.

Just want to go back home and go back to sleep.