Tuesday, August 30, 2011


Chad Johnston - Welcome from S&M Bikes on Vimeo.

amazing video with a dope track. that was some of the most impressive stuff ive scene.

the shoes the shoes, its gotta be the shoes.

sr suerte

Chaz Bojorquez: les lettres de noblesse de Los... by Mediapart

Monday, August 29, 2011


props to these dudes. coming in from air ducts and shit. i would love to just go along with some of these europeans to experience these missions

Sunday, August 21, 2011

dave chappelle, katt williams, chris tucker in oakland

pass the crown

seen a kendrick lamar show in BK. dude is nice with it. engergetic and true. props.

we outttt

man prays and then dips on the boys. evil doers will fall

Esperanza Spalding

graced the cover of the Times Style Magazine this sunday

round and round

this speech has all the fundamentals of a warrior.

1. courage

2. discipline

3. respect

4. confidence

5. vision

6. patience

7. self-control

8. desire

9. resilience

10. commitment

found here

Friday, August 19, 2011

mother nature

it amazes me how large and powerful mother nature can be. if you were standing at that resort shown in the video, you'd think it was tall and huge and a great achievement, but look at the mammoth size of that fucking storm.

"A towering wall of dust , more commonly called a "haboob", rolled up from the south Tuesday night and arrived in metro-Phoenix just after 7pm. This wall of dust originated from collapsing thunderstorms north of Tucson late in the day. Cold, dense air at the top of these massive thunderstorms drop straight down at then end of the cloud cycle and hits the ground, forcing the desert dust and sand airborne as it rolls out from under the cloud. Visibility dropped to less than 50ft in the city, causing flight delays and traffic problems. Winds inside the cloud were near 70mph and caused minor damage. These are storms are common during the Arizona Monsoon, but this one of the largest in recent memory. This is a time-lapse video taken from a news helicopter."

"Giant Dust storm in Arizona comes accross the valley, 7000 feet high and 51 miles wide. We ask is this the making of geoengineering? More information is contained in this video!
UPDATE! More details: , in my area, the winds picked up FIRST, 60 mile an hour winds. People brought there kids in and there animals right away. Then the wind and the trees were blowing and whipping around, hard to capture in a still shot I suppose. As to the actual PLUME , it built up right before my eyes, raging in from the South East, covering the mountain (literally eclipsing the mountain and the sky. It was so loud outside, because the wind and trees were whipping around...then this gigantic plume erupted and just sort of rolled in...it was not peaceful what so ever...the dirt was typical of the desert, reddish sand and dirt, and it dumped into my pool (also typical of a dust storm. But this was like no one had ever seen in the desert, and the news is still reporting on it daily.The wind blew from several directions, like a funnel effect, as I watched my trees, they bounced around in all directions and some of the 6 foot fan palms were forced by winds and bent to the ground. UPDATE JULY &, 2011 :Trees were uprooted around Casa Grande when I did the drive by yesterday. Huge trees (again typical of winds, nothing new there) It was the enormous PLUME that just blew your mind as it grew and got higher and thicker with dirt, it ROLLED in like a wave of water. The after effects were 20 ft. visibility , and we still have not settled all of the dust. Yesterday it was like a global dimming here in Casa Grande, the air, a thick greyish brown haze, the streets covered with mounds of dirt and desert sand piled up on the side of the roads, as well as the center of the roads, and when I drove on the pavement, it was like I was driving off road,as the dirt kicked up around the tires and into the air."

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Tuesday, August 16, 2011


Show Must Go On 3 Trailer from cRot Production on Vimeo.

props to these dudes. coming in from air ducts and shit. i would love to just go along with some of these europeans to experience these missions

nekst interview circa '02

seen here at bryan deese's web joint

spray masters

Directed by Manfred Kirchheimer

featuring zephyr, lee, lady pink, futura. has a nice soundtrack, great stories, great insight and alot of great old school nyc footage.

"the things i was buying were things that lasted, you know; the latest led zeppelin record, that was $3.50, but i still have that record" -zeph

hearing them all talk about racking the paint is too good. especially lee. talking about buying a rat trap so atleast he bought something, cling cling. ha

"and there was no starbucks back then, so they were sleepy! but got awoke by that shit." LEE

found here on chino's page

heres a piece blade did back in the day on a train, and the one following is a picture by Ket RIS which was taken at 5pointz 2011.


"INSIDE OUT is a large-scale participatory art project that transforms messages of personal identity into pieces of artistic work. Upload a portrait. Receive a poster. Paste it for the world to see."

Monday, August 15, 2011

sing sing, '99

that must fucking suck. 12 years man.... the ice pick probably sucked too.

but why?

opening line by anchorman is funny.

and Dariela says "vadalizing rest rooms, so we had to put those signs up", haha

and props to him but he better get nutrients. get some gatorade or some shit. they'll wait till he unconscious and if he somehow still holds on they decide to get him down, if not force of g=-10m/s

Sunday, August 14, 2011

state fairs

traction control , hell no

500cc 1991 moto gp


World Superbike 1997

Last round of the year, John Kocinski (3) has already been crowned champion, but still he shows no mercy to his team mate Aaron Slight (2).

"Schwantz, Doohan, Rainey and Kocinski all battling for glory at the end of yet another great GP at the Suzuka circuit,"

incredible schwantz pass

Saturday, August 13, 2011


"Incredible footage of Shaolin Kung Fu filmed in Tawain where a lot of trained monks escaped from China to not be killed by the communist force."- GROTESK


Friday, August 12, 2011

Hunter S. Thompson

We are turning into a nation of whimpering slaves to Fear—fear of war, fear of poverty, fear of random terrorism, fear of getting down-sized or fired because of the plunging economy, fear of getting evicted for bad debts or suddenly getting locked up in a military detention camp on vague charges of being a terrorist sympathizer.

— Hunter S. Thompson

We cannot expect people to have respect for law and order until we teach respect to those we have entrusted to enforce those laws.

— Hunter S. Thompson

Two quotes from HST which are so very relevant, to our times today.

found here

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

what up Latvia!

White Wagtail, national bird of Latvia, repping since 1960.

"Latvia's national bird is the White Wagtail (Motacilla alba), Latvian: baltā cielava. This slender and graceful bird is found in Latvia from April till October. The White Wagtail can usually be seen running briskly along the ground, wagging its tail up and down. This bird typically nests in the rafters and eaves of buildings, woodpiles, stone piles, and birdhouses. During the winter it migrates to Southern Europe and North Africa. The White Wagtail was affirmed the national bird of Latvia in 1960 by the International Bird Protection Council."

SAME STANCE, NEW GENERATION from benedict campbell on Vimeo.

found here at gascap

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Monday, August 8, 2011

Tarantula Hawk Wasp

Male Tarantula Hawk Wasp
Female dragging its prey back to the below location

The female tarantula hawk captures, stings, and paralyzes the spider, then either drags her prey back into her own
burrow or transports it to a specially prepared nest, where a single egg is laid on the spider’s body, and the
entrance is covered. When the wasp larva hatches, it rips a small hole in the spider's abdomen, then plunges into
the spider's belly and feeds voraciously, avoiding vital organs for as long as possible to keep it fresh. After
several weeks, the larva pupates. Finally, the wasp becomes an adult, and tears open the spider's belly to get out.
The wasp emerges from the nest to continue the life cycle. Tarantula wasps are also nectarivorous. The consumption
of fermented fruit sometimes intoxicates them to the point that flight becomes difficult. While the wasps tend to be
most active in daytime summer months, they tend to avoid the very highest temperatures. The male tarantula hawk does
not hunt; instead, it feeds off the flowers of milkweeds, western soapberry trees, or mesquite trees (females feed
on these same plants, as well).[1] The male tarantula hawk has a behavior called hill-topping, where he sits atop
tall plants and watches for passing females that are ready to reproduce, aka fuck their brains out.
The tarantula hawk is relatively docile and rarely stings without provocation. However the sting, particularly of
Pepsis formosa, is among the most painful of any insect, though the intense pain only lasts for about 3 minutes.[3]
Commenting on his own experience, one researcher described the pain as "…immediate, excruciating pain that simply
shuts down one's ability to do anything, except, perhaps, scream. Mental discipline simply does not work in these
situations."[2] In terms of scale, the wasp's sting is rated near the top of the Schmidt Sting Pain Index, second
only to that of the bullet ant and is described by Schmidt as "blinding, fierce [and] shockingly electric".[4]
Because of their extremely large stingers, very few animals are able to eat them; one of the few animals that can is
the roadrunner. As many predatory animals avoid these wasps, there are many different insects which are mimics,
including various other wasps and bees (Mullerian mimics), as well as moths, flies (e.g., mydas flies), and beetles
(e.g., Tragidion) (Batesian mimics).

The only animal that even fucks with these things is the infamous roadrunner as pictured below.

and that is a fact.

Sidenote, The Honeywell RQ-16 T-Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle has been named after the Tarantula Hawk.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

To all the people

who take a look here, gracias. i see people from the US, Latvia, Germany, Japan, France, India, Sweden, UK, Italy and Netherlands. Props to you all. if you like certain posts let me know. If you can, then click the follow button. i know i dont always update this regularly but i dont even own a computer so that doesnt help, but i try.

peace to you all. light up.

ganja flick found at 13thwitness, buick pic found at nfk

Friday, August 5, 2011


It's War Time - War 5 Coming Soon! from War Forty Two on Vimeo.


whoo hoo tang

this albums dope. wu tang is the greatest.