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oldtimefamilybaseball:

The Battery: A Zombie Film

Well, I’m thoroughly depressed that i didn’t know that this film, about a pair of former baseball players cutting their way through the backwoods of New England to avoid the shambling corpses now wandering the Earth, existed until now. My sadness is only enhanced by the fact that there was a screening held not far from my house in early August. 

Fortunately for me, and for you, the film is available for instant download for the price of $7 measly bucks. For those of you whose teams have been eliminated from postseason consideration, this could be the perfect way to take out those frustrations. 

(h/t Baseball Nation

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oldtimefamilybaseball:

From Spider-Man Family #1

Written and Drawn by Chris Giarrusso

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comicbookcovers:

The Amazing Spider-Man #311, January 1989, cover by Todd McFarlane

There’s nothing better then Todd McFarline spidey.

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it8bit:

Custom Gold Flake N64 Console

Created by Zoki64

Ahhhh yes?!

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not-quite-blue:

Too hot to just upload one pic.

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motoriginal:

Here is CySaab, a SAAB 900 T16 1985. I bought it in 2006 and made a total restoration after it stayed five years outdoor in France. I changed for an Andorran registration as classic car in 2010 (25 years).

Other pictures are on my Google+ profile. I’m honored to be published on Motoriginal blog.

Submission Sunday

One of my favorite cars

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suhbjektiv:

Porsche 911 RSR (Type 991)

Wow

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These just some shots  of my NASCAR die casts. The two Robby Gordon ones (I happen to be a Robby fan) are the NASCAR official brand, they come with rubber tires,quality paint, and a hefty feel. I believe they are around three to five years old. the Mark Martin one dates back to 2000, It was made by Team Caliber and is the most detailed having softer rubber tires, removable shell a fully detailed chassis, and a movable hood/trunk. The M&M car I got with a box of fuses along time ago. I believe that it was Ken Schroeder car? I can’t be 100% on it though as the type is rather small. The Last one is a Kyle Bush car sold exclusively for CVS. I by no means am a Kyle Bush fan but the paint scheme and the price were just right for me. I has plastic tires just like the M&M car and lower quality paint too. I now have both examples of the COT NASCAR car as well as the older style car, and am looking to expand my collection as well as buy some Indy cars. I think that my blog might start to lean towards model and toy cars as well as real ones. Lets face it  I am much more likely to get some shots of rare race car “toys” then I am of the actual race cars. Stay tuned for next weeks posting!