Kevin. New England. Some of my interests include sci-fi, sci-non-fi, music theory, humor, and Alaska (grew up there). My age makes me more or less a grandparent on tumblr, but I'm not really that old. Not yet, at least. But probably older than you. Just saying.
I started this blog with the intention of creating and capturing cool stuff I find. A scrapbook, if you will.
When I find good internets, I will make them happen here. Check back often for more internets.
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Movie vs. Bloopers
They totally could have used the blooper cut and it would have worked. The guy in the red shirt reacts perfectly and everything.
oh for fuck’s sake. This is like the 39th time this has gone around.
MARTY GOES TO 2015. SPECIFICALLY OCTOBER 21, 2015. IN THE FIRST MOVIE, HE GOES 30 YEARS BACK IN TIME, IN THE SECOND, HE GOES 30 YEARS INTO THE FUTURE. WATCH THE MOVIES.
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JUST GIVE ME MY GODDAMN HOVERBOARD, SCIENCE.
WE ALL KNOW YOU’RE JUST FUCKING WITH US NOW.
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They still have bidding going on through eBay.
Speaking at the unveiling event, Nike CEO Mark Parker announced that today’s launch will coincide with the auctioning of 1,500 pairs of Nike Air Mags to benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation. Google‘s Co-Founder Sergey Brin and his wife Anne Wojcicki have promised to match the bids up to $50 million dollars.
The auction will kick off tonight at nikemag.ebay.com, and run through September 18th.
“We wanted to translate the excitement people have for the ‘greatest shoe never made’ and for the Back to the Future into positive action,” said Parker. “But the long term objective is to raise awareness so the Foundation can achieve their goal of eradicating Parkinson’s disease.”
Michael J. Fox will reveal additional details about the sneakers and the auction on tonight’s Late Show with David Letterman.
Check out the official unveiling video below. No word yet on a public release.
WE’VE GOT TO GO BACK MARTY!!!!
History repeats itself, but I didn’t think it was that literal.
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