Since I’m trying to eat healthier these days, my daily diet usually consists of a protein bar or shake in the morning, then a salad or chicken sandwich for lunch, then a bag of chips and three slices of pizza in the afternoon, then nothing for dinner because I feel guilty about the junk food. So yeah this is going great

So raw and reckless. It’s somehow simultaneously disturbing and captivating to watch.

Also, Thugli was one of the best live sets I’ve seen in the past year, so I love that they’re getting some recognition and praise for the video.


In 1986, the state of Ohio decided it was a good idea to release 1.5 million helium-filled balloons into the sky all at once. Known as Balloonfest ‘86, the Cleveland event was a fundraising effort organized by the United Way and set the world record for biggest simultaneous balloon launch. Thousands of volunteers worked day and night to fill up the balloons, trapping them in one ginormous net in the central Public Square.

*Jaw drop* 
In 1986, the state of Ohio decided it was a good idea to release 1.5 million helium-filled balloons into the sky all at once. Known as Balloonfest ‘86, the Cleveland event was a fundraising effort organized by the United Way and set the world record for biggest simultaneous balloon launch. Thousands of volunteers worked day and night to fill up the balloons, trapping them in one ginormous net in the central Public Square.

*Jaw drop* 
In 1986, the state of Ohio decided it was a good idea to release 1.5 million helium-filled balloons into the sky all at once. Known as Balloonfest ‘86, the Cleveland event was a fundraising effort organized by the United Way and set the world record for biggest simultaneous balloon launch. Thousands of volunteers worked day and night to fill up the balloons, trapping them in one ginormous net in the central Public Square.

*Jaw drop* 
In 1986, the state of Ohio decided it was a good idea to release 1.5 million helium-filled balloons into the sky all at once. Known as Balloonfest ‘86, the Cleveland event was a fundraising effort organized by the United Way and set the world record for biggest simultaneous balloon launch. Thousands of volunteers worked day and night to fill up the balloons, trapping them in one ginormous net in the central Public Square.

*Jaw drop* 
In 1986, the state of Ohio decided it was a good idea to release 1.5 million helium-filled balloons into the sky all at once. Known as Balloonfest ‘86, the Cleveland event was a fundraising effort organized by the United Way and set the world record for biggest simultaneous balloon launch. Thousands of volunteers worked day and night to fill up the balloons, trapping them in one ginormous net in the central Public Square.

*Jaw drop*

In 1986, the state of Ohio decided it was a good idea to release 1.5 million helium-filled balloons into the sky all at once. Known as Balloonfest ‘86, the Cleveland event was a fundraising effort organized by the United Way and set the world record for biggest simultaneous balloon launch. Thousands of volunteers worked day and night to fill up the balloons, trapping them in one ginormous net in the central Public Square.

*Jaw drop*


National Geographic photographer and winner of the World Press Photo Award 2008, David Littschwager, has photographed a single drop of sea water magnified 25 times, revealing the stunning amount of life contained. The surprisingly colorful image practically shows us an entire eco-system, with crab larva, diatoms, bacteria, fish eggs, zooplankton, and even worms.

National Geographic photographer and winner of the World Press Photo Award 2008, David Littschwager, has photographed a single drop of sea water magnified 25 times, revealing the stunning amount of life contained. The surprisingly colorful image practically shows us an entire eco-system, with crab larva, diatoms, bacteria, fish eggs, zooplankton, and even worms.