Imagine being the kid that got benched so your coach could put Airbud the fucking dog in the game
i’m so tired of this fucking post
if you watch the fucking movie, you’ll see that the timberwolves are already short-handed. with seven minutes left in the game, a player fouls out:
just in case you missed that important exposition, the coach explains:
the game continues, with the t-wolves still down in team members and points. things are looking okay for a moment, until two t-wolves crash the boards. they go for a rebound but only end up with an injury:
it seems all hope is lost. even buddy’s former owner josh has lost hope, understanding the gravity of the situation:
just then, josh hears barking, and turns around to find that buddy has returned to save the day:
and guess what? everyone on the team is fucking thrilled:
you know the rest: there ain’t no rule say the dog can’t play basketball, buddy takes the VACANT SPOT THAT NEEDS TO BE FILLED TO PREVENT A FORFEIT, and buddy’s clutch game ends up being the entire fucking reason why those kids won the championship.
Many videos and photo projects promise a glimpse of life inside North Korea “as you’ve never seen it”, but I believe this video by JT Singh and Rob Whitworth actually delivers the goods. It’s one of those 3-minute time lapse portraits of a city that are in vogue, with the North Korean capital as its subject
In the bathroom where I work the ceiling is made up of modular ceiling tiles. You know the kind; pale, cheap and made of some sort of proprietary combination of drywall and carcinogens. They’re the tiles that make you want to throw a pencil into and watch dangle against gravity above you.
I wrote a piece for dblback.com about the importance of noticing the world around us and being a productive member of society.
You should read it. Don’t worry, it’s not very long.
Yo, put exit strategy on a different page and get CityMapper instead. Without question the greatest free NYC map app in the game.
This app looks slick, but I don’t get how it’s worth risking the address fuckups I still notice in non-Google map systems. Google Maps does just fine for NYC transit.
Also, AFAIK, no other app performs Exit Strategy’s main function: to help me optimize my platform position so I’m near the right exit when I leave the train.
This is some real ignorant shit right here.
Google maps is the gold standard for when you’re driving to Applebees in Ohio. But this is New York Fucking City. You want to know how to ACTUALLY get somewhere. You want to know whether it’s smarter to take the A/C/E and transfer to L or to just hop on the 6 train even though you’ll have to walk further. You want to know how much it will cost if you take a cab there instead. You want to know if you ride your bike if there will be a bike lane.
I really love this app. It’s 100% by far the best navigation app I’ve ever used. I’m telling you that if you download CityMapper (a free app, by the way!) you’re going to forget ExitStrategy faster than you can swipe a metrocard.