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Little Emerald Lake and Emerald Lake, Colorado, July, 1994 | Mike Schaffner

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Emerald Lake, Colorado, July 1994 | Mike Schaffner

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Gale Head Mtn summit (Taken with Instagram)

brett fucking brown in the house 

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"A million years ago, the cave man, without tools, with small brain, and with nothing but the strength of his body, managed to feed his wife and children, so that through him the race survived. You on the other hand, armed with all the modern means of production, multiplying the productive capacity of the cave man a million times — you are incompetents and muddlers, you are unable to secure to millions even the paltry amount of bread that would sustain their physical life. You have mismanaged the world, and it shall be taken from you."

- Jack London (speaking to a group of wealthy New Yorkers at the turn of the century)

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pretty boy swag

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Samsung FTW of the Day: Back in May, on a lark, 26-year-old Shane Bennett sent a message to Samsung via Facebook:
Hello, I have bought many Samsung products. I currently have a Samsung LCD TV, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung laptop. I was just wondering if I could get a free Galaxy S3. I have attached a picture of a dragon I just drew for you.
Bennett was amused at the company’s reply, and promptly posted it to Reddit:
Thanks for inquiring about scoring a free Galaxy S III. Unfortunately if we gave a free S III to everyone who asked, we’d probably be out before they ever went on sale, and we’d go under as a company. That being said, your drawing of the dragon is epic, so we’re returning the favor. Please find attached a drawing of a kangaroo on a unicycle.
The kicker? Samsung kept in touch with Bennett, and earlier this week, he received his free Galaxy S III, personalized with his original dragon drawing. Well played, Samsung. [thanks, chris!]

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thedailywhat:

Samsung FTW of the Day: Back in May, on a lark, 26-year-old Shane Bennett sent a message to Samsung via Facebook:

Hello, I have bought many Samsung products. I currently have a Samsung LCD TV, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung laptop. I was just wondering if I could get a free Galaxy S3. I have attached a picture of a dragon I just drew for you.

Bennett was amused at the company’s reply, and promptly posted it to Reddit:

Thanks for inquiring about scoring a free Galaxy S III. Unfortunately if we gave a free S III to everyone who asked, we’d probably be out before they ever went on sale, and we’d go under as a company. That being said, your drawing of the dragon is epic, so we’re returning the favor. Please find attached a drawing of a kangaroo on a unicycle.

The kicker? Samsung kept in touch with Bennett, and earlier this week, he received his free Galaxy S III, personalized with his original dragon drawing. 

Well played, Samsung. 

[thanks, chris!]

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I think I have cool stuff, until I see the stuff my dad has…. (Taken with Instagram)

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