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Here’s a flyer for Critical Mass in Alabama…
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Please send me links and pictures to all your Halloween Bike events and Have Fun!!!
6 days to the longest election in human-kind’s history will come to a close.
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Holy crap…if you’re not on a bike on Halloween night…you’ve got problems. I mean there are even bike events in Taiwan.
Halloween Night is also Critical Mass all around the world. Therefore this October 31st, Friday. I suggest the following:
7pm- Halloween Critical Mass
Find a critical mass near you at:
8:40pm- Halloween Party Ride
9pm- TIME’S UP! Halloween Party
3 Floors of Party, two for dancing and music
With the sounds of the Rude Mechanical Orchestra
Free food provided by the Time’s Up! Diving Team
Ok then the second event,
The Danger.com presents:
Part I : The Pilgrimage
We begin just after the Halloween Parade in a Manhattan location that
Time: 9:30pm through Midnight.
Part II : The Promised Land
With twice the sound of previous events the building will erupt with
The dance floor will be alive, the drinks will be cheap and the
Time: 11pm to Sunrise
Part III : Eternity
Time: Sunrise through Saturday…
Also, you have until midnight Thursday to apply to be a part of the
Apply at: http://www.thedanger.com/tribes/
Our best moments hold the possibility to inspire thousands.
*No animals (and very few people) will be abused, misfed, or caged during
From the “Vomit” fixie culture gets hip…
Something to do with UK Men’s Health…What can you say? Bikes are cool.
Well there are 8 days left to election day. Now more then ever, there is a ton of creative media inspired by this election that has seemed to go on for ever. I’d like to put forward a new clip each day until you cast your vote.
Here is a great spot from the creators of that catchy “wassup” commercial made 8 years ago for Anheuser-Busch.
Pictures by: Jamie NYC on Flickr.
Here is a quick video of the F*&% Bear jousting…
Tod Seelie was on hand to take amazing photos like this:
“ Zombiecon 2008 kicked off on the streets of Manhattan this year with the rise of the undead i-bankers. Looking to the near future end-of-times: the economy has crumbled, banks have closed down, food and fuel have become scarce, and then the zombie attacks began… First stop on the crawl was the Manhattan Mall, which would have been better if most of it wasn’t under construction. A little more foot-dragging later and the zombies arrived at the perennial favorite, Macy’s. Photo ops were had, small children were mildly frightened, and employees got a reason to scowl and use their walkie-talkies. The last stop in midtown was Victoria’s Secret. They were not amused.
The zombie horde then moved to Union Square and the first bar stop at The Continental. Drinking, some NSFW situations, and synchronized dancing to a projection of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” followed. The zombies then descended upon their intended target, Wall Street. As it was late on a Saturday, it was a bit of a ghost town. However the famous Bronze Bull was beset upon and left a bloody, zombified mess.
Tod’s complete photo gallery here.