"Not only do I knock em' out, I pick the round."

- Muhammad Ali

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Hot Wheels

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nevver:

Hot Wheels

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Afghanistan Votes

Amazing photos of today’s election in Afghanistan are making their way through Twitter. A great place to start is with @afghansvote, the feed of a crowdsourced, citizen journalism project that’s monitoring the elections and is based out of Kabul.

Images: A man whose finger was severed by the Taliban after a previous election has a different one marked after he votes, via @ToloNews; a group of voters salute “the enemies of #Afghanistan,” via @JavedAzizKhan; women wait to vote outside of Kabul, via @HabibKhanT; and a woman explains to the AFP why she votes, via @dawn_com.  

Your life has thus far been defined by idiots.

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matt-t:

HAIM showing off the USA World Cup jerseys

Landon Donovan wishes he could look this cool in the new USMNT away shirt. 

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matt-t:

HAIM showing off the USA World Cup jerseys

Landon Donovan wishes he could look this cool in the new USMNT away shirt. 

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liberalsarecool:

April 3, 1968. Forty-six years ago today. On the eve of his assassination, Martin Luther King Jnr. delivers a speech that brings tears to my eyes with “what could have been” nostalgia, yet gives me the resolve and inspiration to walk through walls to get shit done.

My thoughts are with of my old friend, Martin.

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sfgiants:

You know that feeling when you come to a #SFGiants game, and a ball is hit your way and you make the catch?  It’s gonna be that kind of day

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sfgiants:

You know that feeling when you come to a #SFGiants game, and a ball is hit your way and you make the catch?  It’s gonna be that kind of day

mightyflynn:

Shibe Park, 1929 World Series
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Wire photo via baseball-fever

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Shibe Park, 1929 World Series

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Wire photo via baseball-fever

When I go to the mound, I don’t know what it is to be afraid.

Fernando Valenzuela, baseball’s youngest player, after throwing a complete-game shutout on Opening Day (April 10, 1981)

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Gas Pedal live on the Late Show

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usatodaysports:

Not quite.

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usatodaysports:

Not quite.