How do you explain something really complicated to someone knowing totally nothing about the subject? You either find yourself snobby enough and think yourself better than that person, or you try to explain it with very simple language. Chris Ferrie is a person of the last example. He made a small book explaining this
As seen on an article at Ride UK BMX, someone is selling an entire skatepark. Skate store The Black Sheep are selling off their features because they’re moving venues. Mini ramps, quarter pipes, boxes, everything must go. Bidding started at 99p, but has predictably shot up into the thousands within a matter of hours.
Although the police force isn’t always respected by some people, in some cases because they came upon some asshole, and in some cases because the whole force is corrupt. But personally I’m happy with them around, it would be a devastating place without them. I don’t do anything wrong, so why worry. They keep
Dietmar Voorwold is an artist not like the others. The Scottish based German artist makes his art with leaves, rocks and other materials in some beautiful geometric shapes. Everything is found locally. Which makes every photo unique. After he is done he leaves it behind, ‘like a memory’, he says. “It is just for
Ah yes, camouflage. Perfect for snipers. Or… ships. Camouflage on ships is actually way more interesting than concealment. The designs are not necessarily meant to conceal the ships as much as it was meant to make it more difficult to determine the actual shape, type, or distance from the ship by changing the silhouette.
Strange and unusual ancient weapons. Unless you play D&D in which case you’ve probably heard of most of these. History is so big and with every minute getting bigger, and it’s impossible to recognize and remember everything. Personally i liked history lessons, but to a certain point. A lot of knowledge is forgotten, so
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