Haven't heard of G Yamazawa yet? Well here you go. Straight fire, No fluff, no frills, just honest, from the street rap with local talent making appearances on most tracks. Here are a few gems to get you started, more on his youtube channel.
At least this guy knew to get out of town. Just didn't know the word for it.
I can't believe the other people in this video are real.
Not sure if this video is really from 1990s or the outtakes from a recent boot strapped horror movie, or possibly the unreleased Napoleon Dynamite 2, but whatever it is. it's a real time machine.
Hopefully some high school kids are doing this today, for us all to enjoy/cringe at 30 years later.
Wait for it.
The Revolution Smile wasn't around (that) long, but they have a unique groove
110 horsepower may not seem like a lot today, but how that horsepower is produced makes all the difference in the world.
Steam engines began showing up on tractors with various HP outputs during the late 1800s, and at the time were a revolutionary new way of replacing horse drawn plows and equipment trailers. They remained in production until the diesel engine began to take over and unfortunately most were scrapped for the World War 1 effort. A few survive, such as this example. This is a great example of the seemingly endless amounts of torque that steam engines, combined with gearing, can produce.
This is the definition of a 'Full Pull', and all the while putting on a fireworks show for the crowd.
CASE produced thousands of these steam powered tractors, and often were demonstrated to potential buyers by having them pull loads that at the time weren't possible by other means.
First video is a straight side shot, the second video is a mash up of 3 other angles and drone footage.
Third video is a more in depth walk through (on a different tractor) of how these steam traction engines operated
Causing a ruckus in the streets because your like minded idiot friends are too? Better watch out. A well placed tear gas canister to the soft bits will make you re-think your decisions. Good shot Phoenix PD.
1947. The war is over, and the beaches are open. Cape Hatteras, NC has long been famous for it's unique Light House and surf fishing. Driving or walking out on the beach and casting a rod out into the tumbling waters has been a draw to the coast of NC for many decades now. Here we have a short instructional video showing some methods for catching channel bass, or stripped bass, a treasure to catch and enjoy fried or on the grill. Notice the war surplus Dodge WC Command Car, and the size of the bass being brought in. Both of these aren't seen much anymore. Snowball knows the deal.
A few years later, and it's obvious that the beaches are becoming a bit more popular. 4wd trucks and jeeps (Willys wagons, CJ5s, and even a Model T (or A) is drug out there) are abundant, and allow greater access to the remote points and secret fishing holes. many go out to catch dinner, but there are quite a few that just head out to enjoy the scenery and fellowship, and the occasional beverage. Many of these places don't exist anymore, and the beach itself is ever changing. Quick time capsule of what some of the Outer Banks used to look like,
Note, at the 3 minute mark, there is footage from Ocracoke Island and the Ocracoke lighthouse. It mostly looks the same to this day.
One of the fastest and awesome locations on the WRC circuit is threatened, due to over reaching organizers. The WRC organization claims that the rally spectators are getting too close to the action and a serious incident is going to happen. I say let them get as close as they want, and if the fans jump barriers, then they take their life into their own hands. It seems all to common these days to allow a few bad apples to suck the fun out of everything. You want to reach out and touch a car as it flies (literally) past you? Go ahead. The fans are the reason any sport exists. What do you think?
Anyway, for the time being, enjoy these bonkers drivers (and fans) while you witness the most insane stop on the WRC circuit.
Let's take a trip back in time to the glory (sounding) days of Formula 1.
1990 Lotus Lamborghini being warned up for a parade lap. And that awesome, we will never see it again, livery.
Ferruccio Lamborghini didn't intend for his cars to go racing, but after he passed, his gift from the Gods V12 was shoehorned into an F1 car, and well, let your ears be the ultimate judge.
Close your eyes, and just imagine an entire grid of these machines warming up before a race, and the shrieking, wailing, thunderous sound they made when the green flag was dropped.
Well you should have by now. He's been on the Austin TX music scene for roughly seven years now, and even in the saturated music scene that is Texas, he and his band are standouts. If you're a fan of Sturgill Simpson's style, you'll feel right at home with Mr. Lucius. This is our favorite, and happens to be when the band was just making the rounds and playing in front of small crowds fat the 2010 SXSW festival in Austin.. Hope you agree. If not, there is quite a catalog now, something for everyone.