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Kansas River Trail Map

f3s2w:

Not exactly sure when it was published in hardcopy, but I recently picked up an official copy of the new Kansas River Trial Map at a recent hunting expo.

The information within has been available in digits at the Kansas River Trail website, but the map function sucks and can only be printed…

Get ‘em while they’re hot!

Tiered EDC Philosophy

f3s2w:

When it comes to urban preparedness/survival (UPS) everyone and their “pet butt” seems to have theory regarding what items should be carried at all times - the every day carry (EDC). This can be frustrating when learning UPS philosophies, strategies, and tactics. However, keep in mind there are…

Been focused on every day prep lately. Started a new tumblr about it: f3s2w.tumblr.com

nprbooks:

Today’s top item in Book News — Simon & Schuster will publish Cody Wilson’s story of making guns from a 3-D printer, Negative Liberty: A Gun Printer’s Guide to the Apocalypse. Wilson’s organization Defense Distributed is famous for publishing designs for 3-D printable guns that anyone can download online. “It won’t be a manifesto,” Wilson tells Forbes, “But culturally, I hope to leave a couple of zingers … a touchstone for the young, disaffected radical toward his own political and social development, that kind of thing.”
Read more here.

nprbooks:

Today’s top item in Book News — Simon & Schuster will publish Cody Wilson’s story of making guns from a 3-D printer, Negative Liberty: A Gun Printer’s Guide to the Apocalypse. Wilson’s organization Defense Distributed is famous for publishing designs for 3-D printable guns that anyone can download online. “It won’t be a manifesto,” Wilson tells Forbes, “But culturally, I hope to leave a couple of zingers … a touchstone for the young, disaffected radical toward his own political and social development, that kind of thing.”

Read more here.

(via npr)

bebinn:

After reading an NPR segment featuring a cheery grandmother as the face of anti-abortion protestors, clinic escort Erin Matson decided to show the truth behind the innocent facade. Click through for more first-person accounts of anti-choice harassment and terrorism.

(via tyleroakley)

Daily Grace is Dead - Long Live Grace

edwardspoonhands:

So for reasons that Grace is too classy to complain about, she’s no longer going to be uploading to the Daily Grace YouTube channel. A channel that, it turns out, she never owned and, in fact, all of the content that she produced there over the last three years is also not…

suicidegirls:

Hey Tumblr! Do you want to win a 1 year membership to suicidegirls.com? All you have to do is reblog this photo for a chance to win!
Winners will be chosen Friday, December 13th.
Must be 18 years old to win.


Reblog. Duh!

suicidegirls:

Hey Tumblr! Do you want to win a 1 year membership to suicidegirls.com? All you have to do is reblog this photo for a chance to win!

Winners will be chosen Friday, December 13th.

Must be 18 years old to win.

Reblog. Duh!

(via suicidegirls)

aljazeeraamerica:

The next hot sound? Powwow Step, the aboriginal hip-hop

Once you hear it, it makes total sense: a blend of hip-hop, reggae and dub-step with elements of the traditional dance music of Native American powwows.
It’s  “powwow step,” a powerful, catchy sound that has carried the aboriginal DJ crew A Tribe Called Red from Ottawa, Canada to sold-out venues worldwide.
“All we really did was match up dance music with dance music,” Ian Campeau, a member of the group, said modestly.
But there’s much more to the rise of A Tribe Called Red, which hasn’t shied away from political issues as Canada wrestles with its brutal treatment of indigenous peoples through history. The three-man crew is part of a new generation of artists who are helping to redefine how aboriginal culture is viewed by the wider Canadian public, and articulate the need for greater aboriginal self-determination.

Read more
Photo: Pat Bolduc

aljazeeraamerica:

The next hot sound? Powwow Step, the aboriginal hip-hop

Once you hear it, it makes total sense: a blend of hip-hop, reggae and dub-step with elements of the traditional dance music of Native American powwows.

It’s  “powwow step,” a powerful, catchy sound that has carried the aboriginal DJ crew A Tribe Called Red from Ottawa, Canada to sold-out venues worldwide.

“All we really did was match up dance music with dance music,” Ian Campeau, a member of the group, said modestly.

But there’s much more to the rise of A Tribe Called Red, which hasn’t shied away from political issues as Canada wrestles with its brutal treatment of indigenous peoples through history. The three-man crew is part of a new generation of artists who are helping to redefine how aboriginal culture is viewed by the wider Canadian public, and articulate the need for greater aboriginal self-determination.

Read more

Photo: Pat Bolduc

karlfun:

Flat Tire, the Topeka Community Cycle Project’s 4th annual bike party is happening on Friday, December 6th, at the Burger Stand in Topeka.
The “IV” bicycle artwork was drawn by Laura Engelhardt (based on a classic Bianchi), and the poster graphic design was completed by me! Seems like orange is a pretty good color.
Anyway, I hope you can attend the event, or at least send some friends. If we raise enough money, we may try to install an outdoor workstand (another Dero Fixit, probably) somewhere else in Topeka.

karlfun:

Flat Tire, the Topeka Community Cycle Project’s 4th annual bike party is happening on Friday, December 6th, at the Burger Stand in Topeka.

The “IV” bicycle artwork was drawn by Laura Engelhardt (based on a classic Bianchi), and the poster graphic design was completed by me! Seems like orange is a pretty good color.

Anyway, I hope you can attend the event, or at least send some friends. If we raise enough money, we may try to install an outdoor workstand (another Dero Fixit, probably) somewhere else in Topeka.

(via onesmallfire)

I wasn’t planning on having you as my roommate. I actually thought that if Bowdoin College knew I had you, they wouldn’t let me come to college so, I hadn’t mentioned it to anyone.

In 1996, Wil Smith enrolled as a freshman at Maine’s Bowdoin College. At 27, he had recently finished serving in the Navy. But he set off for school with his 1-year-old daughter, Olivia, in tow. Now that she’s a teenager, Olivia sat down with her dad at StoryCorps to look back on their “college days” together.  (via npr)

Got something in my eye…