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Stone Brewing Co.’s giveaway sticker. I wholeheartedly endorse this sentiment. (Taken with picplz.)

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Date night with @klttx. Food truck smackdown! (Taken with picplz.)

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I love Twitter timeline serendipity. (Taken with picplz.)

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The PMAC lights up the night. Eddy Perez/LSU University Relations

Gorgeous shot of a place I know well.

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Michael Winslow (sound effects guy from the Police Academy movies) blows your mind with Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love”.

How the hell does he do that electric guitar sound?!?!?

[via Tom on IM, who saw it from Kottke.]

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The Parade Ground under purple and gold skies. Jim Zietz/LSU University Relations

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And thanks to @brentmckinney, this has already happened. (Taken with picplz.)

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Landscapes: Volume Two

By Dustin Farrell.

Stunningly gorgeous. Captivating. There are not enough words to describe the majesty of God’s creation captured here. I’ve watched this thing five times in a row now, before posting to it here.

If you’ve got a great monitor that supports 1080p, watch it full screen. I did so on my 27-inch iMac, and it blew me away.

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Nothing like a little mid-season hype video using part of the “Inception” soundtrack.

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On October 4, 2011, I went with some friends to see Frank Turner at The Loft in Dallas. We’d discovered Frank the year before, when he was one of the opening acts for Social Distortion, and he put on a great show. Then we dove into his music and fell in love with it.

So when Frank got his own headlining tour, we got tickets as soon as was possible.

Frank’s best-known song is “Photosynthesis” (iTunes link) and he closed the show with it. This is the edited cut, where I deleted about 5 minutes worth in the middle of the video, of introducing the band and ginning the crowd up.

Please forgive the frequent out-of-focusing; the dim and changing lighting, not to mention the band’s motion on stage, made it difficult for my little Canon point-and-shoot.