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themichaelplaster:

Lifehack Beach Tent

Things you will need: 

  1. Two light weight bed sheets
  2. Two sticks (walking stick, cane, broom, etc)
  3. Two rubber bands (optional - for added simplicity)

Instructions:

  1. Ram the two sticks deep in the sand (width depends on sheet size)
  2. Tie two corners of one sheet at the bottom of the sticks (where the sticks meet the sand)
  3. Tie or fasten with rubberbands, two corners of the second sheet to the top of the sticks
  4. Tie the sheets together in the back at the remaining corners

Tip: The tent will catch the breeze if you face the opening towards the ocean.

An added plus is that everything should fit into a single tote bag and you have two walking sticks!

If you have modifications or additions, please provide examples in this post. Have fun on your beach day!

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itseliberg33:

can she just get an award or something

I reblog this whenever it pops up on my dash.

So many directions she could have gone with this joke…out of infinite possibilities…she picked the best possible direction.

Best video in the world

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lukejervis:

Portrait of George the Italian Spinelli in British Uniform for Jessica & Andrew, Part of a set of 2,  Acrylic on Canvas.

lukejervis:

Portrait of George the Italian Spinelli in British Uniform for Jessica & Andrew, Part of a set of 2,
Acrylic on Canvas.

eatsleepdraw:

Artist: Theresa Ganzer
www.theresaganzer.com

eatsleepdraw:

Artist: Theresa Ganzer

www.theresaganzer.com

Marshal

Anonymous said: Just wanted to remind you that you are sexy as fuck

Well whomever you are you are probably sexy as fuck too.

foxville:

i went to the zoo (part II)

scienceyoucanlove:

astrotastic:

nuclearvault:

Grable test footage

This test was interesting for me to learn about. It caused so much damage because it was launched at an angle and caused an interestingly shaped shockwave, rather than dropped overhead from the sky. Trinity and Beyond is a great documentary.

I always love watching these 

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"I am tomorrow, or some future day, what I establish today. I am today what I established yesterday or some previous day."

James Joyce (via alfsaga)

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velodrone:

Speed Racer

this is beautiful who made it?

neo-rama:

velodrone:

Speed Racer

this is beautiful who made it?

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lulz-time:


damn thats powerful

this fucking pressure for men to be square shaped really pisses me off sometimes im glad that you all understand
Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

lulz-time:

damn thats powerful

this fucking pressure for men to be square shaped really pisses me off sometimes im glad that you all understand

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Dark Photorealistic and Surreal world of Jeremy Geddes

Jeremy Geddes is a photo-realistic painter from Melbourne, Australia. He is widely known for the Cosmonaut series of paintings, and has illustrated for comic book covers, in collaboration with friend Ashley Wood. Geddes won the Spectrum Gold Award for his cover art for the comic, Doomed. His children’s picture book, The Mystery of Eilean Mor, was shortlisted for The Aurealis Awards, won The Crichton Award, and was named as one of CBC Notable Books in 2006

http://www.jeremygeddesart.com/index.html

http://hifructose.com/2012/10/22/jeremy-geddes-and-ashley-woods-opening-night-at-jonathan-levine-gallery/

http://jeremygeddesart.blogspot.co.uk/

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