March 30, 2014
larchedenowaypictures:

Lowbrow Customs

larchedenowaypictures:

Lowbrow Customs

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March 30, 2014

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March 30, 2014

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March 30, 2014

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March 30, 2014
abrooklynmind:

Loop

abrooklynmind:

Loop

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March 30, 2014

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March 30, 2014

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March 25, 2014

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February 9, 2014
bobberinspiration:

Honda CB750 (?) bobber

bobberinspiration:

Honda CB750 (?) bobber

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February 7, 2014
homedesigning:

Super Pricey Apartments In New York

homedesigning:

Super Pricey Apartments In New York

January 20, 2014

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January 20, 2014

caferacerdesign:

Cafe Racer Design Source
Yanaha XV750 @caferacerdesign

January 18, 2014
thewallstreetexecutive:

Yes, Goldman Sachs really is a great place to work

Two hundred feet above lower Manhattan in an airy modern conference room, some 20 employees are sitting elbow to elbow as they participate in a meditation session. Breathing in, then out, they heed the guidance of their instructor, who tells them to count to five silently — and to start over every time their attention wavers. “Notice where your mind wanders to,” she implores. “Let go of the day’s stresses.”
The course grew out of the company’s Resiliency Week, a wellness initiative on stress management, happiness, and work-life balance over five days. It’s one of a number of unconventional perks at this plush workplace. Others include a tai chi club, five-times-a-week Pilates, bubble tea in the café, a champion dragon-boating team, lectures from visitors such as Derek Jeter, and an all-night scavenger hunt for charity.
Please read: http://wallstreetjobreport.com/yes-goldman-sachs-really-is-a-great-place-to-work/

thewallstreetexecutive:

Yes, Goldman Sachs really is a great place to work

Two hundred feet above lower Manhattan in an airy modern conference room, some 20 employees are sitting elbow to elbow as they participate in a meditation session. Breathing in, then out, they heed the guidance of their instructor, who tells them to count to five silently — and to start over every time their attention wavers. “Notice where your mind wanders to,” she implores. “Let go of the day’s stresses.”

The course grew out of the company’s Resiliency Week, a wellness initiative on stress management, happiness, and work-life balance over five days. It’s one of a number of unconventional perks at this plush workplace. Others include a tai chi club, five-times-a-week Pilates, bubble tea in the café, a champion dragon-boating team, lectures from visitors such as Derek Jeter, and an all-night scavenger hunt for charity.

Please read: http://wallstreetjobreport.com/yes-goldman-sachs-really-is-a-great-place-to-work/

January 14, 2014
automotivated:

AUDI RS6 Quattro (by A-lain W-allior A-rtworks)

automotivated:

AUDI RS6 Quattro (by A-lain W-allior A-rtworks)

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January 14, 2014

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