ay-ayrawn:

The films of Wes Anderson


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dokibots:

haha! have fun at highschool today NERDS. i’m gonna be doing cool ADULT stuff like sleeping WHENEVER i want and CRYING 


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allthatartallows:

Giving a new meaning to Finger Painting. Incredible! Freaking incredible!


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shit son;

shadowofthedayf1:

None of us will ever fangirl as hard as Carlos Sainz fangirls about Fernando Alonso


v3ttel:

oh, dan.



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babychamponboard:

When your mom told you to wash the dishes:


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2x01 - Undercover episode stills



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amoying:

Chris Pratt seems like a guy that would get drunk with you and then carry you home


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chris;

kaciart:

waywardandwanderlust:

heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

omgggg


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javs42 replied to your post: “Ecclestone needs educating on social media benefits says Mallya”:
Compare it to other FIA series. The WEC and WRC even have a subscription streaming service. This goes deeper than social media. It’s a disdain for technology that prevents them from providing a substantially better product.

yes, precisely! It’s as Mallya said, he’s too caught up in TV, in this day in age when everyone’s streaming everything and watching things when and where they please.  

A destain for technology is going to do nothing but hold them back. It’ll cause more people to look for online streams and the youtube videos that F1 seem to so closely monitor and block. If they offered F1 online and through and app for a subscription fee they could do so much and perhaps make people less likely to access them elsewhere online where F1 gain nothing from it. Different feeds with a whole lot more information to make the fans feel more involved. They could have catch up and even put up old races so people can experience races they’ve never seen before. There’s a whole host of paths they could go down and it’s getting easier and easier to do these things.

But us knowing what they could do and how beneficial it could be is a whole different story to Bernie actually doing something about it. Someone needs to take over from him before it’s too late…


Tue, Aug 19 , 0 notes
javs42;

adamscottblog:

Season 6 gag reel



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The comparison between MotoGP's social presence and use of social media tools and F1's (complete lack thereof) is very very telling. I have loved F1 for so long and have seen it on TV since as far as I can remember, back to my toddler years. I wasn't much of a bike enthusiast but two main elements are currently pushing me more and more towards MotoGP and one of them is the excitement around social media itneraction, the ease to pay for a yearly subscription and catch the sport anywhere anytime.

EXACTLY

I think most of us have been into the sport for years and that’s why we know it’s worth sticking around for but to gain new fans they really need to do something about making it more readily available to everyone. The presence of the teams is all well and good but the sport itself needs to get out there and start making themselves known to the public.

MotoGP are excellent with fans, I only got into MotoGP in between 2012-13 and it was because of what is seen of it online. The sport on a whole is far more approachable as a newcomer fan. And as you said, the subscription is a much more appealing thing when you know that the sport is interested in making it as easily accessible as they possibly can!

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"For me, there’s always been this thing … I feel like when a female athlete, a lot of them do things like posing in a bikini, and things like that. I would never do that, I know that, because that’s not what I want to portray. I am in this sport to win races, to be accepted like a race car driver, so those are really important values to me."

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Just bringing this back…

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