The word bivouac is French and ultimately derives from an 18th-century Swiss German usage of Beiwacht (bei by, Wacht watch or patrol).
[Found here. More capybara stuff here.]
[All images found here, via Mme. Jujujive.]
[Found here, here and here.]
Okay. I’m impressed. The timelapse is killer.
Eddie Murphy‘s James Brown‘s Capybara Hot Tub is awesome [via].
Everybody needs some Leon once in a while, so there you go.
Have a great holiday weekend, folks, see y’all back here tomorrow.
[Found here, here and here. Related sweded .gif in here.]
Pro tip: When washing your Capy, be sure to have a small tub of cottage cheese and some rubber duckies nearby, otherwise he/she might jump out and gnaw your face off and there’s nothing you can do to prevent it. TRUE.
[Found here. Related posts here.]
“Okay, Bird. We’re going in.
Those poor sorry bastards don’t know what’s coming.”
When a capabara clicks and huffs, it’s angry and this one is really pissed at the snow.
The Utoobage videos entitled “Doodling In Math Class” are pure awesome. This one relates the Golden Rectangle and irrational number Phi to botany.
Miles Davis, live in Munich 1988. I saw him in the early 80s, and the performance was amazing. Nice groove here.
Late posting this – got kind of busy with other stuff last night. Have a great weekend, see ya tomorrow.
Step 1: Get a capybara.
Step 2: Enjoy.
[Found here. Related capycrap here.]
[Update: Got a huge number of hits on capys today, and here’s why.]