Sag Harbor. Latesummer Added on September 3, 2013 by Spencer Wright. How Zach & me roll. Sealed for Freshness. Clinton Hill. Bed Stuy. Bed Stuy. This "tosagata" knife is weighted a little weird, but I like it. My three strand splicing zazen is kinda tight right now. Brooklyn Navy Yard. Brooklyn Navy Yard. Brooklyn Navy Yard. Clinton Hill. Bed Stuy. Bed Stuy. Compare Foods, Bed Stuy. Worth mentioning that I took this photo 7 months after Super Bowl XLVII. Shit's collectible, I guess. Dog. Dog. Brooklyn. Ossining, NY. Creme Brulee French Toast sounds great, though I'm not sure this execution would be the one I'd want. Peekskill, NY. Bed Stuy. FWIW, my dog kinda liked this. I seriously fell in love with this bike. On the G Train. Dumpling Cafe kinda rocks. UES. UES. Bed Stuy. It says, "Create product and service in parallel." Which is great. Emma's bike, back from powder. Bushwick. I improvised a little, but this was a start. Southampton. The pot on the right is homemade lobster stock from a few weeks back. The result was, to put it mildly, a sensory experience. I used butter, and was appropriately sloppy with the whole process. Staying up late, tuning my road bike. The cool thing about fancy machines is that, for the most part, they're still just machines. This one was particularly simple. Sag Harbor. Planning. Zach. Southampton. I spent probably an hour and a half removing this seatpost from Gen's frame. Luckily it was only in there a few inches, but it was in there good. I tried an air hammer but ended up resorting to cutting the head off and reaming the shaft out with an adjustable hand reamer. It was pretty satisfying. Me and Libo taking our houseguest out on the town. Bed Stuy. This is literally a sandwich in a bag in a bag in a bag. It was a good sandwich, but still. Happy Fall, everyone.