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Gus is 5 years old today, and just as cliché as ever. (at Brooklyn Heights Historic District)

Gus is 5 years old today, and just as cliché as ever. (at Brooklyn Heights Historic District)

1 day ago

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#nofilter  (at Brooklyn Heights Historic District)

#nofilter (at Brooklyn Heights Historic District)

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#nofilter Brooklyn Heights sunset (at Brooklyn Heights Historic District)

#nofilter Brooklyn Heights sunset (at Brooklyn Heights Historic District)

4 days ago

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After 8 hours at the dealership, we’re home. Welcome to Brooklyn, new friend.  (at Brooklyn Heights Historic District)

After 8 hours at the dealership, we’re home. Welcome to Brooklyn, new friend. (at Brooklyn Heights Historic District)

1 week ago

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The New Arcade Fire (at Alchemy Restaurant)

The New Arcade Fire (at Alchemy Restaurant)

1 week ago

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Reblogged From:
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agentmlovestacos:

There is no greater Guardians/Parks & Rec gif mashup than this.

via chrisisoninfiniteearths:

Fantastic.

(Source: msfili)

2 weeks ago

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Ryan Adams: Gimme Something Good

Ryan Adams performs “Gimme Something Good” for The Tonight Show audience!

Ryan Adams has never made a bad album. Only a few are amazing, but that’s some amazing consistency. 

2 weeks ago

A quote from From the AV Club’s "Five Albums Test" that Grantland’s "The American Band Championship Belt" reminded me of. 

"(Not to get sidetracked, but I feel like I need to briefly explain what a great “bad” record is: It’s a record where the creators are clearly not fully engaged with the project, which is reflected in the degraded quality of the songwriting and musicianship and an overall feeling of boredom, detachment, or extremely undisciplined self-indulgence that’s palpable in the music. That makes it “bad.” But instead of making the record less enjoyable, this “badness” actually makes the album more fascinating—so long as the artist in question is a genius—because it provides insight into what makes the artist’s “great” records great, and demonstrates how functional he or she is even when operating on a lower level of artistry/sobriety. That makes it great. Dylan’s infamous 1970 debacle Self-Portrait is the Sgt. Pepper of great “bad” albums; the closest to a modern master of the form is Ryan Adams.)"

3 weeks ago

3 weeks ago

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Woah, did you see Facebook’s new logo?

Woah, did you see Facebook’s new logo?

3 weeks ago

It’s a bit cliche at first, but as he says himself in the third verse.

"I’m not crazy about songs that get self-referential… but who even gives half a fuck anymore"

(Source: Spotify)

3 weeks ago

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LPGA (at Montauk Downs Golf Course)

LPGA (at Montauk Downs Golf Course)

3 weeks ago

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Never change, The Dock. (at The Dock)

Never change, The Dock. (at The Dock)

3 weeks ago

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The End (at Montauk Point)

The End (at Montauk Point)

1 month ago

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They found me…

They found me…