Is it wrong to love an engine?
If you’re a BMW motorcycle guy, is it an even bigger sin if that engine isn’t a boxer twin? 3,518 more words
In fashion, I am terribly late with trends. In food and beverage, I am generally not behind, though every now and again there is a trend that I either don’t gravitate towards, or that I don’t personally enjoy. 605 more words
Skip to 1:44 to see the incident.
“The Kamaz truck was loaded with bricks and a few of them came loose. One of them smashed through the Audi A4′s windshield, striking 29 year old Olga Gaikovich who was on the passenger’s seat in the head. 42 more words
By Alex Tzelnic
Don Quixote, a true OG in the unofficial history of riding (he attacked windmills, ’nuff said), named his horse Rocinante. The patron saint of my journey, John Steinbeck, on his own cross-country trip, named his 1960 GMC camper truck Rocinante as homage to Quixote’s steed. 918 more words
Heroes who win the superpower lottery frequently end up with the Flying Brick package, in which they have: flight, super strength, super toughness.
These powers seem to be compatible with any given backstory and superhero origin story, which also conveniently explains why any given hero’s powers are 153 more words
The power to soar the sky.
Flight has always possessed an inherent appeal for humans that most animals don’t share. Millennia of evolution into highly intelligent tool-users and a century of true aviation later, and the appeal still remains — the desire to take to the skies unaided is so basic it’s an expected theme in nighttime dreaming. 420 more words