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Driver finds a way to turn the tables on this officer.
Clearly wasted dude decides to take a shot of ethanol.
This guy has a pretty good idea of what those wind turbines are for.
So cold outside that even the cold wants to get in.
Prince performing Purple Rain live At American Music Awards in 1985.
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Taking your parrots for a jog!
Neil Peart is one of the most universally respected rock drummers of all time. He died from brain cancer today at the age of 67. Despite his successful career in Rush, he saw his share of tragedy. Enough to bring any man down. He lost his 19-year-old daughter Selena and wife Jackie, both within a 10-month period back in the late 1990s. He discussed the pain and hopelessness he endured and the road he took to recovery in his book, “Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road.” I recommend this book to everyone.
Here is an amazing drum solo video of him performing the song YYZ.
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But do it anyway. It’s totally worth it.
[Reposted from myfuckingreality]
The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (also known as Mr. Stay Puft or nicknamed ‘Tubby Soft-Squeeze’ by Ray and Peter) was the final enemy of the Ghostbusters in the first film. Here he is coming to life on the set during filming.
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