Beautiful Women, Cars, and Jokes. What else is there?
by The Keeper May 12, 2014

 

Planning a trip to Chicago this summer? The John Hancock Center observatory has recently unveiled TILT, a glass-lined, 8-person enclosure that will pivot out 30 degrees from the building observation deck and provide spectacular views that stretch from the city skyline to nearly 1,000 feet directly below. If you have a problem with heights, you may want to sit this one out!

 

Check out the video featured (above) to see it in action.

 

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by The Keeper May 11, 2014

amateur-stairs

 

I hope everyone had a good Mother’s Day. Mine went very well. We had a killer brunch at her country club. Really good food. Gonna have to remember that place for next year.

 

Nascar was in Kansas on Saturday for the first race under the lights at Kansas Speedway. I love night races because the cars just come alive under the lights. Wrecks are spectacular, the sparks flying, and fire just makes for a very visual race. And the race did not disappoint, as there was plenty of racing action. Despite Harvick’s dominance, it was Jeff Gordon who managed to hold on for his 89th win, and his first in 2014. Next weekend we get a double dose of Nascar with the Sprint Showdown on Friday night and the All-Star race on Saturday night!

 

Today I have a little amateur goodness to share with you guys. Enjoy…

 

-keep

 

Hey keep, Too good to keep for myself, every time I take a pic it gets better. Hope you and your readers enjoy. -Anonymous

 

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by The Keeper May 10, 2014

 

A happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there. If you’re lucky enough to still have your mom in your life, take a moment today to let her know she’s appreciated.

 

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