Inspiring video about work ethic.
Fifteen seconds of the Philadelphia Marathon.
You can spend minutes, hours, days, weeks, or even months over-analyzing a situation; trying to put the pieces together, justifying what could’ve, would’ve happened… or you can just leave the pieces on the floor and move the fuck on.
Fifteen seconds of #MontaukProject. @nike @nikerunning
Answer by Robby Abaya:
From , creator of the cronut comes the Frozen Summer S’more. Unlike the cronut, however, you won’t have to wake up at 5 a.m. and wait in line for hours to get one. This is better than any s’more derivative that I’ve ever had, and I eat s’more things as often as I can. On the outside is a special marshmallow specially made to be frozen with vanilla ice cream coated chocolate wafer crumbs on the inside. When you order it, they take torch the marshmallow exterior which gives it this nice crispy texture. It’s pretty cool when they do this, everybody in line stops to watch and ask questions. Here’s a video of them preparing mine:
It’s served on a smoked willow branch and should be eaten immediately. Take it out back to the patio if the weather is nice.
I’m having a hard time articulating how good this is to bite into. The taste and texture are really good. I’ll go back next week have another one, and take better notes. For now, here’s a picture.
I went to the Red Hook Crit last weekend with my team to run the 5k. We made a strong showing, and I’m so proud of everyone. Most importantly, we all had a good time. A huge thanks to all of my friends cheering throughout the course. It really does help :) Also, a big shout out to my pare Geb, who pulled me along when I was fading. I just tried to stay on his shoulder like we practice at the track. It worked.
I have an affinity for track bikes and for racing in general, so after our team ran, I was really excited for the crit. I’ve seen videos from last year and other crits, but nothing could have prepared me for how exciting it is in person. I originally planned to take still pictures, but as soon as I walked in and saw the action, I switched my camera to video mode. This video is a quick edit of the footage and photos from my camera, the team’s instagram, and some awesome photos from Ben Ko. Nothing fancy, just a rough edit. I’ve come to realize that if I don’t cut footage together, it just goes away to rot on my Drobo (redundantly).
I decided to move to NYC a year ago. And yes, I left a major life decision up to a computer simulation. A lot happened on Wednesday, 3/21/2012 that led me to ask the question the next day: I had lunch with Miguel who planted the seed, I saw “The Friend Game” for the first time (then called “Friendsy”), @Zynga announced the acquisition of OMGPop (which is the studio I work in now), and later that night I ran with @bridgerunners for the first time and met @r0ckdamike while there. It would take another three months to actually get to New York, but a year ago today, the decision was made. (at The Jane Hotel)