asthetiques:

MIKE TYSON - 15 YEARS OLD.

asthetiques:

MIKE TYSON - 15 YEARS OLD.

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fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Three mechanical “Bruces” were made, each with specialized functions. One shark was open on the right side, one was open on the left side, and the third was fully skinned. Each shark cost approximately $250,000.
Jaws (1975)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Three mechanical “Bruces” were made, each with specialized functions. One shark was open on the right side, one was open on the left side, and the third was fully skinned. Each shark cost approximately $250,000.

Jaws (1975)

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hiphoptoday:

Santana FT Miguel - Indy (New)

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nevver:

Hate when that happens

nevver:

Hate when that happens

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Haste The Day “When Everything Falls” (Full CD)

mlboffseason:

leeleeleelee:

I’m pretty sure these two guys at the Rockies game have crushed 14 beers before the top of the 8th inning. Or 16, if I was correct that they each had another beer in their right hands. It’s worth noting that it’s not even 4 PM in Denver right now.

According to the interwebs, Coors Field charges anywhere from $5.50 to $7 for a beer so that’s $88-$112 of liquid refreshment. Looks like it might be Keystone Light, which retail for 73¢ a can. 
What does that all mean? Outside of Coors Field they could have had 153 Keystone Lights for $112. But you know, you’re paying for the experience.
MLBOffseason.com, meeting your math/beer needs since whenever.
Note: We could be wrong since we’re a baseball site.

mlboffseason:

leeleeleelee:

I’m pretty sure these two guys at the Rockies game have crushed 14 beers before the top of the 8th inning. Or 16, if I was correct that they each had another beer in their right hands. It’s worth noting that it’s not even 4 PM in Denver right now.

According to the interwebs, Coors Field charges anywhere from $5.50 to $7 for a beer so that’s $88-$112 of liquid refreshment. Looks like it might be Keystone Light, which retail for 73¢ a can. 

What does that all mean? Outside of Coors Field they could have had 153 Keystone Lights for $112. But you know, you’re paying for the experience.

MLBOffseason.com, meeting your math/beer needs since whenever.

Note: We could be wrong since we’re a baseball site.

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mlboffseason:

Just a reminder that Bob Uecker remains the true star of this film.

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