sally-michael86:

jessethorn:

I’ll be in the Pacific Northwest this weekend with my podcast Jordan, Jesse, Go! and our pals Stop Podcasting Yourself for a double blast of chatlarity. If you’re in Portland, Seattle or Vancouver, please come join us!

Friday night at eight (doors at seven), we’re in Portland at the Mission Theater with special guest Luke Burbank. Grab your tickets now.

Saturday night we’re at the Erickson Theater in Seattle with special guest John Roderick of The Long Winters. Tickets can be purchased right here.

Then Monday I’m speaking at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, with a special taping of Stop Podcasting Yourself (featuring me) to follow. It’s open to the public, and you can grab tickets here.

Since I’ve become a double-dad, my travel schedule has been much curtailed, so if you live in one of these spots, please do make the time to come out, because you won’t have another shot anytime soon. And it’s a great night out.

(Thanks to Tom Deja of Bossman Graphics for the posters)

This is going to be great, I’m so excited!

I’ll be there too!

(Source: putthison)

blownspeakers:

ninjabird:

knightarcana:

superlolita:

il-tenore-regina:

shakeshack:

Artist Nathan Pyle's gif guide to NYC street etiquette is handy for any city. Take it to the streets!

I WANT TO IMPLANT THIS IN THE BRAINS OF EVERY FUCKING NYC TOURIST AND NEWCOMER. 

This is London too omg

This is probably every major city but New Yorkers are famous for the invisible sidewalk lanes.

IF YOU EVER PLAN ON VISITING NYC, PLEASE READ THIS, THIS IS SO IMPORTANT.

oh man, i wish everyone everywhere did this. I am the guy in the last one way too often.

I am the last guy in my neighbourhood all the fucking time and sometimes the hand holding love bird motherfuckers are FACING me and still don’t make some room on the sidewalk and I hope they’re on their way to jump off a cliff together like the star-crossed lovers in some Korean or Japanese romantic tragedy movie.

Co-signed