Calibration Error! Brown Note Generator


No turning back. The Brown Note Generator has been unleashed upon the world during the Muskegon  vs Muskegon Mona Shores football game on Friday, October 24, 2014.

May god forgive me…

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The Cataclysmic Brown Note Generator

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Cub Green: Honda Custom Motorcycle by Minority Custom

Custom Cub Green Pictures

Indonesian experts “Minority Custom” has debuted an excellent project of custom Honda C70 moped “Eyes”. The workshop is located in Surabaya, East Java administrative center. Owner Jonathan Evan works independently repairing and tinkering with motorcycles. He took part in the festival “Kustomfest 2014″, which was presented to over 150 unique custom bikes. Jonathan has performed with special motorcycle Cub Green.

Custom Cub Green Features:

- Donor Honda Cub
- Purpose: the construction of a hybrid between a cafe racer and scramblers
- Monolithic wheels
- All-terrain tires
- Fuel tank Honda CB175
- Homemade steering wheel
- Custom lighting
- Homemade saddle
- Painting: Green

Cub Green by Custom Minority

Custom Cub Green handle and photos

Custom Cub Green LOGO

Custom Cub Green shocks and front light

Muskegon High School Football Stadium Struck By ‘Mysterious Mass Illness’


Thousands of fans attending the Muskegon High School vs. Muskegon Mona Shores football game this Friday complained of a sudden illness and authorities are scrambling to find answers to explain the incident.

One Mona Shores fan, who asked that she not be named, said the onset of the ‘illness’ was widespread.

“Almost the moment the National Anthem ended, we all felt a kind of low rumble sweep across the stands,” she said. “Some people thought it was an earthquake, but then everyone started saying they had stomach cramps. Lots of people left right away, but a few of us stuck it out.”

Police on the scene said that while no one appeared to be injured and few sought treatment, the stands emptied quickly following the incident.

A paramedic who treated the few fans who sought help said nearly all of those afflicted complained of a sudden “gastric distress and discomfort.”

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” he said. “Everyone suddenly grabbed their stomachs and did a kind of trot. And then it was over in a couple of minutes.”

City officials say an investigation of the incident is underway and a joint task force has been appointed to look into the event.


Yamaha Revealed 2015 ‘Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer’

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer Pictures

Yamaha has introduced a motorcycle ‘Yamaha WR450F Rally’, which has been designed specifically for the Dakar Rally, as well as the World Cup. Motorcycle was developed by experts of the Italian Yamaha together with the team Rebel X Sports. To achieve the objective, the Italian rider Manuel Lucchese was hired to guide the engineers in the right direction. The bike will be sold at costs 13,490 Euros. In addition, for 5690 Euros you can buy a kit to upgrade the standard of the bike Yamaha WR450F.


Base: Yamaha WR450F
Fuel tank capacity: 28.5 liters (front tank – 18 liters, removable rear tank – 10.5 liters)
Power reserve: about 300 km
Accessories: motor protection, the protection of the pump, tool kit for emergency repairs, tuned exhaust to improve performance at low and high speeds, tuned engine control unit, fairing, high windshield, navigation tidy
Headlights: 50-watt LEDs
Battery: Lithium-ion
Brakes: 270 mm front disk (in stock 250-mm)

2015 ‘Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer’

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer back and upper side

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer back side photos

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer dick break

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer engine

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer handle

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer Images

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer left side pix

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer LOGO

Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer silencer

Customizer thinking on Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer

Customizer with Yamaha WR450F Rally Racer

The Flannel

Cognac and apple cider are shaken into this ice-cold—but warming—cocktail.

Dinner and a Drink: The Flannel Meets French Onion Dip

Introducing Dinner and a Drink, a series devoted to hand-in-hand recipes for one easy cocktail and one foolproof dish. Your home entertaining just got a lot more well-rounded.

(Dust off your party equipment. Start stocking the bar. Call—or text—your pals: It’s Party Season, the perfect time of year to show off your well-honed hosting skills and bring all your favorite people together.)

Something about October whispers of comforting plaids and homey parties. For this installment of Dinner and a Drink, cognac and apple cider are shaken into an ice-cold—but warming—cocktail appropriately named The Flannel. And because nothing says cool-weather ease like chips and dip, a sophisticated roasted-shallot variation of that perfectly trashy cocktail party standard French onion dip. Message your friends, bust out the cocktail shaker, rip open those bags of potato chips and hunker down: October comes but once a year.

The Flannel

*Makes one cocktail (syrup makes enough for 8 cocktails)

  • 1 oz Cognac
  • .5 oz Apple cider syrup*
  • .25 oz Allspice dram
  • .25 oz Fresh orange juice

Garnish: Orange peel
Glass: Old Fashioned

Add all ingredients to a shaker and fill with ice. Shake vigorously, and strain into an Old Fashioned glass over a large ice cube. Garnish with an orange peel.

*Apple cider syrup:

  •  4 cups (473 ml) Apple cider, freshly pressed

In a medium saucepan, bring the apple cider to a boil. Reduce the heat and continue to simmer, uncovered, stirring occasionally, until the liquid has reduced to one cup (about 1 hour). Remove from heat and allow to cool. Store, refrigerated, for up to two weeks.

Roasted Shallot Dip

*Makes three cups

  • 1 ½ lbs (8 to 9) Medium shallots, thinly sliced (about 4 ½ cups sliced)
  • 3 sprigs Thyme
  • ¼ cup Extra-virgin olive oil
  • Salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 tablespoons Cognac
  • 1 cup Full-fat sour cream, room temperature
  • ½ cup Cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • ½ teaspoon Onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon Hot sauce, optional
  • 2 Scallions, sliced on the bias

Preheat the oven to 425° Fahrenheit. On a rimmed baking sheet, add the shallots, thyme, olive oil, salt and pepper and toss to combine. Roast the shallot mixture, stirring frequently, until the shallots turn golden-brown and are very soft (about 25 minutes). Add the cognac and use a wooden spoon to stir, loosening any caramelized bits sticking to the pan. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool.

Discard thyme. Coarsely chop the cooled shallots and add to a large bowl along with the sour cream, cream cheese, Worcestershire, onion powder and hot sauce. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Top with scallions and serve with chips.

Rebekah Peppler is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, food stylist and recipe developer. Her clients include The New York Times, Bon Appetit, Real Simple, Food Network and Cooking Channel. Her new book Honey was released in April 2014.

Photos courtesy Michael Harlan Turkell

Arcanum SR500 by Addiction Customs

Arcanum SR500 by Addiction Customs

Beautiful custom bike Arcanum SR500 is built by customizer Nicholas Blaxell from the workshop “Addiction Customs”. He bought a motorcycle Yamaha SR500 1978 a guy from Newcastle, and then delivered it to Australia. Japanese bike was not in working condition, it didn’t start since last 10 years. Nicholas had 8 weeks to build this custom bike as to prepare a draft for Motor Show “Throttle Roll”.

Features and details of the project:

  • Inspiration: Japanese masters projects An-Bu Custom Motors
  • Recovery: most of the components and parts restored to its original state
  • New parts: wiring, oil pump, filters, battery, clutch, bearings, and more
  • Fuel tank: a custom made pad
  • Saddle: a custom, home-made mount
  • Tail: homemade
  • Engine: bored out to 535 cm3, installed a set of new pistons
  • Keihin FCR39
  • Suspension: Ohlins shock absorber and rebuilt forks

Arcanum SR500 Custom fuel tank

Arcanum SR500 Custom meter

Arcanum SR500 Custom Mirrors

Arcanum SR500 Custom Pictures

Rider on Arcanum SR500 Custom

Hack Wilson

Hack Wilson’s combativeness and excessive alcohol consumption made him one of the most colorful sports personalities of his era.

His drinking and fighting undoubtedly contributed to a premature end to his athletic career and, ultimately, his premature demise.

Wilson’s 1930 season with the Cubs is widely considered one of the most memorable individual single-season hitting performances in baseball history. His 56 home runs that year was the National League record for 68 years. His record of 191 runs batted has yet to be surpassed.

He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1979.




ER Motorcycles Revealed a New Custom Bike ‘ER Voltron’

New Custom Bike ER Voltron

Slovenian customizers “ER Motorcycles” is led by Blaž Šuštaršič. They recently submitted a new draft “ER Voltron” on the basis of BMW R69S. New custom is similar to previous projects of the masters, but has its own peculiarities and differences, representing a more modern bike of the 21st century.

Features Custom ER Voltron:

- The aim was to build a city scramblers / tracker with an emphasis on visual simplicity
- Upgraded frame BMW R69S 1964
- Part BMW R80RT: engine, fork, 18-inch wheels
- Gearbox BMW R100
- Fuel tank BMW R60 / 5 Toaster
- Brembo calipers
- Wheel Renthal
- Electronics Motogadget, including tidy
- Tires Heidenau K60 Scout
- Tarozzi Pegs
- Ariette Grips
- Everything else: self-made components

Customizer on Custom ER Voltron

New Custom Bike ER Voltron back side pictures

New Custom Bike ER Voltron front light

New Custom Bike ER Voltron silencer hole

Custom ER Voltron back light

Custom ER Voltron engine

Custom ER Voltron gear

Custom ER Voltron Images

Custom ER Voltron meter

Custom ER Voltron mirror

Custom ER Voltron Photos

Custom ER Voltron tire