1. The House That Heaven Built by Japandroids

    shared from exfm

  2. Puzzle Pieces by Saint Motel

    shared from exfm

  3. 1997 by Saint Motel

    shared from exfm

  4. theeconomist:

Daily chart: global malaria deaths. The death toll from malaria seems to have responded to a big injection of money. Over the past decade deaths have fallen by 20%; of 108 countries where malaria is endemic, ten are on track to eliminate the disease in the near future.

    theeconomist:

    Daily chart: global malaria deaths. The death toll from malaria seems to have responded to a big injection of money. Over the past decade deaths have fallen by 20%; of 108 countries where malaria is endemic, ten are on track to eliminate the disease in the near future.

  5. dcwhip:

    This is Tristan’s “In a Station of the Metro,” one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever heard.  We were in high school when he wrote and recorded it. Admittedly, this one song is probably part of why I fell in love with him eons ago.  But how can you resist loving people who find so much beauty in the world?

  6. Cuttin’ the rug w/Cassandra this evening at the MacDonald Training Center in Tampa, FL

    Cuttin’ the rug w/Cassandra this evening at the MacDonald Training Center in Tampa, FL

  7. Miami to Clewiston

    Our first day on the road was an epic journey from Miami to Clewiston. Thirty plus flat tires, 90 miles, a hard pouring rainstorm and an epic swarm of love bugs later, we rolled into Clewiston High School (Home of the Panthers), and had a wonderful friendship visit and great pulled porked bbq dinner with the Sunshine Community Center.

  8. Brigginbacker Bridge, the highest point on our 20 mile ride to the beach.

    Brigginbacker Bridge, the highest point on our 20 mile ride to the beach.

  9. Team Training Day (working the cones)

    Team Training Day (working the cones)

  10. Welcome to Miami..

    Thats day one in the books, and quite the eventful one it was. From a cab that didnt show, to an airline that decided to gouge me for my bike, this adventure began on a slightly rocky note.

    All that changed, however, once i finally made it to Miami. I stepped off that plane and felt the warm rush of humidity hit my face. After successfully reclaiming & rebuilding my bike, meeting all of the great fraternity brothers that I’ll be sharing these next two weeks with, and learning that we’ve collectively raised nearly $100,000 dollars for people with disabilities, I can tell things are looking promising.

    More to come, and many thanks for helping make it happen.
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