Originally Posted By dischord

dischord:

The LP reissue of Soul Side’s Trigger EP and Bass·103 7” is out today and available via Dischord Direct.
Photo by Shawn Scallen.

Punk. Period.

dischord:

The LP reissue of Soul Side’s Trigger EP and Bass·103 7” is out today and available via Dischord Direct.

Photo by Shawn Scallen.

Punk. Period.

It’s been September 12 for 13 years.

(Source: Spotify)

This day, right?

This day, right?

Originally Posted By summeromegadeth

summeromegadeth:

Friend Zone Frank Zappa

Good day to remind everyone that the best Summer of Megadeth post ever was by a woman. True story. Look it up.

summeromegadeth:

Friend Zone Frank Zappa

Good day to remind everyone that the best Summer of Megadeth post ever was by a woman. True story. Look it up.

Is this a MTG tournament? It looks like one.”

"That’s from a Magic tournament, yeah, it was going around a while ago — guy decided to pose with exposed buttcracks and got banned. Bad scene, you guessed it: everyone’s fault.

…also at a tournament yesterday when I sat down my opponent said ‘I’ve never played against a girl before.’ I told him ‘it’s pretty much the same,’ then I lost. Guess that’s my feminism.”

You should’ve seen the exasperation of the poll worker, an elderly lady with a thick Russian accent, when she tried to give me a handful of these stickers.
"For your kids."
"I don’t have kids."
"For your girlfriend!"
"I don’t have a girlfriend."
"Give them to co-workers!"
Thank god I have a job. See, you can partake in democracy and have a ready-made blog post about your feels.

You should’ve seen the exasperation of the poll worker, an elderly lady with a thick Russian accent, when she tried to give me a handful of these stickers.

"For your kids."

"I don’t have kids."

"For your girlfriend!"

"I don’t have a girlfriend."

"Give them to co-workers!"

Thank god I have a job. See, you can partake in democracy and have a ready-made blog post about your feels.

The game is rigged but you can pretend for one minute that it isn’t.

The game is rigged but you can pretend for one minute that it isn’t.

Originally Posted By americantwoshot

americantwoshot:

adult magazine 2nd issue release party!

This is why people move to New York.

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Try the fish.

Try the fish.

(Source: dangerousminds.net)

Does the Keeng like Grant Hart? Probably not.

Some of you need a reminder.
New school year, new volunteer opportunities.

Some of you need a reminder.

New school year, new volunteer opportunities.

Why the Upper East Side Is Now Cooler Than Brooklyn

My favorite season in New York is the time between Labor Day and 9/11.

The Talmadge Hill Metro-North Railroad station is a railroad station in the Talmadge Hill section of New Canaan, Connecticut, along the New Canaan Branch of the New Haven Line. It is officially located at 1 Talmadge Hill Road in New Canaan.
The station is 39 miles (63 km) away from Grand Central Terminal, between Springdale and New Canaan stations, the latter of which is the line’s terminus. No connecting buses are available.
The Talmadge Hill station has a central shelter typical of other small stations on the New Haven line. The shelter seats eight. Right next to it, the station has a second shelter for commuters to stand in and, at both ends of the long platform, two smaller shelters, also without seats. Parking is on several terraced levels. There are 2 parking lots to the west of the station and to the east there are 6 lots. The 2 lots furthest to the east are for daily parking which is $5 per day. There is no overnight parking for daily customers. All other lots are for monthly commuters who must be residents of New Canaan.

The Talmadge Hill Metro-North Railroad station is a railroad station in the Talmadge Hill section of New Canaan, Connecticut, along the New Canaan Branch of the New Haven Line. It is officially located at 1 Talmadge Hill Road in New Canaan.

The station is 39 miles (63 km) away from Grand Central Terminal, between Springdale and New Canaan stations, the latter of which is the line’s terminus. No connecting buses are available.

The Talmadge Hill station has a central shelter typical of other small stations on the New Haven line. The shelter seats eight. Right next to it, the station has a second shelter for commuters to stand in and, at both ends of the long platform, two smaller shelters, also without seats. Parking is on several terraced levels. There are 2 parking lots to the west of the station and to the east there are 6 lots. The 2 lots furthest to the east are for daily parking which is $5 per day. There is no overnight parking for daily customers. All other lots are for monthly commuters who must be residents of New Canaan.

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