Sappy Apple: Inspirational

littlebirdsing:

Great Edmonton past times celebrated by great Edmontonian artists. Enjoy.

— 2 years ago with 32 notes

I’m pretty excited about this.

— 2 years ago

Please watch this: edit to Charlie Chaplin’s final speech in The Great Dictator. 

— 2 years ago

Hey fellow Edmontonians,
Take a look at the blog post my uncle Ryan posted last month. And for a real hoot of a time, be sure to read the comments. Just click on the link below.
Reading David Staples’ article today in the Edmonton Journal regarding his rectally-derived opinions on “Talus Dome”, the $600,000 bauble at the side of Quesnel Bridge, I was compelled to respond to his nonsense.

Hey fellow Edmontonians,

Take a look at the blog post my uncle Ryan posted last month. And for a real hoot of a time, be sure to read the comments. Just click on the link below.

Reading David Staples’ article today in the Edmonton Journal regarding his rectally-derived opinions on “Talus Dome”, the $600,000 bauble at the side of Quesnel Bridge, I was compelled to respond to his nonsense.

— 2 years ago with 15 notes
#yeg  #Edmonton 

Treat your ears right. Listen to this.

— 2 years ago

toocooltobehipster:

See what a group of engineers did  to encourage people to use the stairs in Stockholm.

(Source: hellyeahchandlerbing, via xiv-leyli)

— 2 years ago with 87403 notes
This makes me think of childhood road trips to Vancouver Island with my family. My grandma would sing this over and over again and no one could figure out what the words were.

This makes me think of childhood road trips to Vancouver Island with my family. My grandma would sing this over and over again and no one could figure out what the words were.

— 2 years ago
My new favorite drink: Tempt Cider
In every flavour…

My new favorite drink: Tempt Cider

In every flavour…

— 2 years ago with 4 notes

itcatchesmyheart:

I dig this song.

smokedontsmoke
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Bronson - My Idle Bed

You don’t learn a romantic croon like this. You aren’t taught something like this. A voice as nuanced, fragile and certain as this is inherent. There’s something about music this earnest and poetic that cuts through the listener, and makes an instant connection. From start to finish Paper Tusk is a heavy wave of forgotten emotions, only felt by the brave. 

— 2 years ago with 32 notes