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  1. If you only really need it to keep camping gear dry, then either one will do. They keep out rain in a typical storm, if you're driving through a hurricane, not so much. I went with the bestop bc I use my truck for work mostly, with weekend excursions being second priority. Not having to detach anything to open the tailgate was a plus, and the windows on the side help when backing up trailers into tight spots. Those were my reasons and I'm pretty satisfied with the product so far.

  2. North, but I haven't seen it since I was eight, so critics and audiences may have been right.

  3. Interstates are great for covering a lot of ground, but terrible for getting the true "American" experience. If your route has you going on an interstate to another interstate, find a side route that cuts the corners between the one you're on, and the one you're going to. This way you'll see the small towns that have kind of been forgotten. Stop for food and gas in those towns, gas is often cheaper, and the food will be better (usually).

  4. Shoah. It's around nine hours long but worth it. Also, Spike Lee's documentary about Hurricane Katrina, When the Levees Broke.

  5. There's something refreshing about getting so far away that society could collapse while you're gone, and you'd have no idea it happened. Pictures and day trips can't give you that experience.

  6. 46% of all statistics are made up on the spot

  7. 82.4% of people believe 'em whether they're accurate statistics or not

  8. No surprises here, bad things happen on Parramatta rd, with or without paper plates.

  9. The tampered set I got from target had all the original bags intact, except for one that had a barely noticeable piece of tape on it. Turns out they took one very important final piece out and returned it. Lego sent me the piece, but staring at that nearly finished set for a week annoyed the hell out of me.

  10. A guy I went to high school with would take friends out flying in a plane like this. He'd intentionally stall the plane out and pretend he couldn't get it started again to freak us out. It might have been pretty stupid, but he flies fighter jets now, so I guess he knew what he was doing.

  11. THIS! Austin is being chosen because it is the least conservative part of Texas.

  12. No, it's being chosen because it's the prettiest part of Texas, all the major cities are liberal.

  13. I guess he wasn't German then. It would be awkward to go back after doing something like this.

  14. He was Alfred Eisenstaedt, German-American photographer for Life magazine. You may know of another little picture he took that had a sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square.

  15. Agree. Letting the honey sit on the bread for a minute so it kind of crystallizes takes it to the next level.

  16. Once a roommate offered to make me a peanut butter and honey sandwich. The disappointment when she put peanut butter on both pieces of breadr and honey in the middle. Made it messier and without the lovely honey crystals!

  17. It's the "go out in a blaze of glory" feature that most jeeps have.

  18. I call it the Eagle’s Nest or Berchtesgaden. That many white people freak me out.

  19. Nice. I'm going to start using this whenever I am unfortunate enough to have to go there.

  20. Cash, are you trying to have your kid sell drugs in high school?

  21. That's insane. I got $10 for an A, $5 for a B, nothing for a C, -$10 for a D, -$20 for an F, and $100 bonus for straight As. I thought I was killing it if I got the $170 max.

  22. I would never pay money for bad grades. Just awful set up and not very motivating.

  23. I never paid money for bad grades because I didn't get any.

  24. Badlands is the only one I like. Scenery is beautiful. Tak Fujimoto was cinematographer.

  25. Badlands is great, I just think it's the movie of his that has the least number of shots of tree foliage, but its also been awhile since I've seen it.

  26. I mean, yeah, it was shot in a pretty barren part of Colorado because it’s called Badlands but it’s beautiful country.

  27. I'm glad you like the movie, but this was my recommendation. Forgive me for not feeling the same as you about it.

  28. Yes, but with the fork/chip. The plate mixing feels a little too elementary school, like those kids that would scrape all the pizza toppings off and eat it all separately, it just always looked gross to me. But you do you.

  29. Also known as the first Grand Wizard of the KKK. Figure that should be added to his notable life activities.

  30. Here's a little trivia, the position became known as "grand wizard" because Forrest was known as the "wizard of the saddle."

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