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subaru BRZ
November 30, 2011, 9:20 PM
Filed under: automotive

im actually digging the subaru version of the Suyota-86 more…

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not street legal
November 29, 2011, 8:39 PM
Filed under: automotive

…not good for a daily driver, thats for sure.

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long live 8-bit
November 27, 2011, 7:59 PM
Filed under: misc, tech

its supposed to be a free web-based game, but i hope they make it installable to play with a game controller or something…

details HERE

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SuYota FGTRZ-86
November 27, 2011, 7:53 PM
Filed under: automotive, misc

the xx-86 (new hachi-roku) is finally in production form, according to many auto sites on the interwebz… and im so not feeling it. its not as sporty as the concepts make you believe, and they took away the “edge” which all the concepts portrayed. the headlights look like the taillights and if it werent for the wing at the back, you wouldnt know if it were coming at you or driving backwards away from you. hopefully it will come with a decent automatic that shifts fast. anyhow, jury is still out on the overall styling, but mechanically, its sound. i cant wait for it to get into the hands of a few japanese tuners…

details HERE and HERE

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the most amazing iphone yet
November 17, 2011, 6:50 PM
Filed under: tech

i would not be surprised if this actually happened somewhere

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the hills of L.A.
November 14, 2011, 10:10 PM
Filed under: misc, Uncategorized

over the years, ive heard LA and socal is pretty much flat. but it wasnt always like this…

Los Angeles is not a city short on hills. The Hollywood Sign, one of the city’s most iconic structures, gazes down at the city from its perch on Mount Lee. Every summer, cars snake their way up the hills of Elysian Park to Dodger Stadium. Nearly every autumn, the city turns its attention to a range of nearby hills whose chaparral cover is reduced to ashes. A series of hills closer to the historic center of Los Angeles, however, are far less visible today than they once were.

^^ see the angling of the street lamp in relation to the curb, above? hills!

more HERE

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