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YOUR COMMENTS::

74 Comments:

Anonymous secret admirer said...

wow what images! I love them.
hope you intend to post stuff often...

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Blogger Sonia said...

I found your amazing site through Thomas Locke Hobbs's site,
http://www.thomaslockehobbs.com/

Your site is awesome, just amazing!
I will come back soon!
Congratulations!
Regards from Sonia, São Paulo, Brazil.

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Anonymous John said...

I just want to say how much I enjoy your site. It seems that the things that interest you also interest me. Especially stories on machinery/cars/ships/etc Keep up the good work.

Thanks

John

http://www.farmlog.blogspot.com/

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Anonymous Opinionator said...

You've put together one of the most fun, and interesting sites I've seen, not just this section, but the whole ball of wax! Thank you! I'll be enjoying this for quite some time...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This blog is pretty amazing - it has EATEN UP MY ENTIRE MORNING!

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Anonymous Ron Brickmann said...

Wow, I just stumbled across your blog - love it! All kinds of fun stuff there and I've already spent a few hours reading through it all. Makes me want to go climb a mountain in China (among other things :-).

Nice travelogues too. MORE fun places!
Ron Brickmann

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Anonymous Shacknews said...

This is a great website, scroll down and look at some of the other interesting posts/pics totally unbelieveable

I just spent way too much time looking at that blog. Luckily... : -

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This site is awesome :) :)

click on the other links at the bottom great stuff. I like the wisdom according to calvin and hobbes and the high school analogies articles LOL -

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Anonymous Sheila said...

this blog, so far, looks absolutely incredible and I fear I could lose hours of my life in that place

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Anonymous Martin Gugino said...

Clever and wide ranging.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Holy crap!
Seriously cool site!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Must....close........browser

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Anonymous Andy's Dailys said...

This site has some amazing content. Everything from Japanese Bling Trucks to World’s Largest Ships. Also has some interesting art.

I can’t stay away from this page. I’ll look through a few sets, take a break, and come back.

A++ site!

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Anonymous digimods.co.uk said...

Great website... Helps to kill hours.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

That site is feckin' brilliant

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

God I could be here all day, fantastic site.

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Anonymous J. Daniel Hastings said...

wow
thanks for adding more beauty to a functionary's world

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Anonymous Sydney Brown said...

I've really been enjoying this Dark Roasted Blend blog - it's not about coffee, but rather about interesting stuff you probably wouldn't come across... kinda like visiting someone who has a cool collection of those 'coffee table' books filled with pics.

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Anonymous Wit & Humor said...

WOW! You should be in National Geographic Mag. Your blog is informative and the pictures are amazingly colorful and bright. Each picture deserves to be in a cover of a magazine.

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Anonymous Paul Wesley Knopp said...

Coolest Site EVER

Just when you think you have been everywhere, done everything, and seen it all....

- Paul Wesley Knopp

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Blogger Scooter said...

This has got to be one of the most astounding sites on the internet. ~Sounds of loud applause!~ :)

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Anonymous David_S85 said...

The thrillingwonder site is just a good fun place to land, read, look around, and chill out for a while. Better with coffee. Or wine. Etc.

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Anonymous David Orange said...

Love your site!!
I check Dark Roasted Blend every day and often send a link to a friend or two. I’d like to turn everyone on to your fantastic site!
I really enjoy the site and admire the kind spirit and “thrilling wonder” attitude toward life that it displays.
Thanks and keep up the good work!!!

-David Orange
Biomarker Study Coordinator
University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Anonymous Graham said...

Just found Dark Roasted Blend. Having being surfing the web for only just
over 14 months (South African ADSL costs etc.) I can only say that the typeof site that you run is an absolute breathe of fresh air.

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Anonymous Stefan said...

Hi,

I discovered Dark Roasted Blend a few months back and have become a regular since.
It's great ! The stories are always different, always wonderful and certainly always interesting.
For as far as I remember I have been fascinated by optical illusions, impossible objects and
related images (and made a site about it, too).
I hope you can spare the time to have a look around, maybe there's something of interest for you.
Either way, good luck with your site and keep it up !

Stefan

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

That ThrillingBlogSpot is always packed with visual goodies of all kinds and textures.

www.metafilter.com

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Anonymous Keith Soltys said...

The tagline for the photography blog, Dark Roasted Blend, is "Something Old, Something New, Something Cool". It's a pretty apt description. You'll find posts like "The Glamour of Flight" - stewardess cheesecake from the 60s, "Oops!!" - accidents you wouldn't want to be in, and "Mount Saint-Michel", the famous monastery in France. I spent about half an hour browsing through the site this morning, before I realized how much time I was spending.

- Keith Soltys, Core Dump

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Anonymous MasterPC said...

That's one of those bizarre sites where you can get lost. So much so that you forget what you were looking for in the first place. Thanks for sharing!

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Anonymous Andrew said...

...fantastically thought provoking posts. The work you put into this site shines through.

Thoughts form the Sidelines
http://nexus404.com

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Anonymous mscotttd said...

Wow !!! I got lost on that site !!! so many shiny things !! *rubbing hands together*

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Anonymous DSD said...

Just visiting and had to say I enjoyed your site immensely!
Post more on nature and the amazing pictures you've found out there...
DSD
"Summit Stones & Adventure Musings"

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Anonymous Bunk Strutts said...

DRB--

Excellent photo blog. I've linked to your site a coupla times. Keep up the good work.

Bunk

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Blogger ALi said...

This blog is awesome, thank you!

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Blogger Carsten said...

Great site, thanks!

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Blogger Giant Earth said...

Thanks for a grate site guys. It is really inspiring to see that so many take an interest in the beauty of engineering.

Erlend

http://giantearth.blogspot.com/

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Anonymous Monica Cubine said...

Thank you Sir,
This is the most amazing web site I've ever seen. Just found it today and i can't walk away...
Once again ...thanks. You're the best.
Monika

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Anonymous Robert Charbonnet said...

Just wanted to say that I think you have a great site. It's a
fantastic way to fill up time gaps but at the same time feeling like
you're reading something written by a fairly educated individual and
not by a stupid dumb-ass like some of the others. I've been keeping
up with your site for about a year now.

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Anonymous Robert Rust said...

Your Dark Roasted Blend site is the greatest web site that I have run
across in all my years of browsing. It never fails to elevate and
inspire. Thank you.
- Robert Rust

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Blogger Sergey said...

Hi Avi & Rachel!

Great site and great posts! Thanks a lot for it. Always in my RSS reader and check several time per day to see if anything new.

Small request: I noticed that you start post video in each post, but for some reason it doesn't show in my RSS reader :(
Could you please add video's url above/below video itself, so at least link will be showed.

Thanks in advance, Sergey, Ukraine.

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Blogger G said...

Why is the "Worst Oops on Live TV Ever" link on the week of 9/29 Link Latte labeled "fun video"?

Eewwww, it's soo gross. I wish I hadn't clicked on it!

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Blogger Avi Abrams said...

yes, it is the worst oops, after all. i labeled it "gross" now.

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Blogger Sergey said...

Hi again,
thanks for video's URLs in RSS news! Super site!

Sergey

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are these images available in print (poster) format anywhere? Beautiful and unusual stuff!

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Blogger Planet Apex said...

Hi,
I love your blog. The images and content is absolutely great. I'm also thinking about following in your footsteps. keep up the great work

cheers from Sri Lanka.

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Anonymous Christine said...

I enjoyed your website very much. You have a great collection of photos on there. I was especially impressed
with the insect photos!

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Anonymous David Cartt said...

You're doing great! Don't change a freakin' thing! All your themes are great. More important than your chosen themes is the quality of your posts. Your posts are uniformly high quality, with lots of pictures and explanation. This is unusual, and it's why I always check out your new posts. It's interesting to see a range of different themes - you never know what might be interesting.

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Anonymous Nick said...

Wow
Just a fantastic site, and my most read rss feed by far. Its the kind of site you can open up and delight in every single day, regardless where your mind is at the moment. A great way to start any morning, hence (I would imagine) the clever name. I will get you up on our blog roll here at TheIssue.com. We are a collection of blogs linked in a newspaper fashion, with a daily Issue, and are very interested in featuring the content on this site for an upcoming Issue.

Keep up the great work, cheers
Nick
The Issue, Editor | www.TheIssue.com

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just found your site and ended up spending quite a long time looking around.
Great job on collecting such interesting items!
I will definitely be returning and have already passed along the site name to friends.
Thanks

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Anonymous Meggie said...

That site is the perfect way to lose hours of your day! If only I could harness that fact to my weight, I could be svelte in no time at all. Sigh....

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Anonymous Roger Todd said...

I just want to say how enjoyable your website, Dark Roasted Blend, is. It's always great fun to see the weird and wonderful technologies of yesteryear.

Perhaps the most innovative aspect of your site is the amount of Soviet material. Virtually all the websites I've seen that deal with retro-tech dwell on American material, but your site is a breath of fresh air (or bracing shot of caffeine).

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Anonymous Caile-girl said...

This site is hilarious! Not only are the photos funny, the commentary is quite engaging.

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Blogger Manpreet said...

Great, I m addicted to it already, and it is only my second day of discovery of this site.
Keep it up

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Anonymous Frank (from Germany) said...

www.darkroastedblend.com is addictive! ;-)

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Blogger su said...

your site is a good place for inspiration, and i keep recommending it to people, and now we all check in every so often, so a big thank you for taking the time

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Anonymous Lori Bet said...

Thank you for all your work in putting together such a fantastic web site.
Lori Bet, Australia

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Anonymous modeltruckmafia said...

This is such an awesome site. I have been visiting almost everyday for over a year. Always something new. Always something interesting. Keep up the great work!

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Anonymous Frank (still from Germany) said...

Soon after finding DRB, I had the idea to put the URL into my "Favourites" links, but couldn't find a matching category. Now the problem is solved, as you can see here.


Kind Regards

F^2

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Blogger Living said...

This site is really well done!
I'm very happy to have found it, and I know it will become one of my most frequently visited sites!

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Anonymous stylebutton.de said...

Wow! Really fantastic images and stories!
I'm shure, this wasn't my last visit :-)

THANKS

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Anonymous Walt Disney said...

Its really a very nice blog and very pretty and amazing images.

Thank you so much for sharing all of these.

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Anonymous Drake said...

I actually can really appreciate the really artsy atmosphere this website gives off.

Everything (at least all the graphics) seem to scream something nice and unique at me.

I actually found this blog on a google search, but I think I'll stick around.

Drake @ acid reflux cure

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Blogger Katie Marovitch said...

This is a great blog. I feel you might like mine. Check it out, if you want. http://www.katiemarovitch.blogspot.com/

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I'm feeling depressed, I often find myself at your website. It's amazing how I can click around for 10 or 20 minutes, and it's like the world is new and amazing again and all of my problems melt away. I'm pretty sure you've actually created the greatest website possible.

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Anonymous SolveMyGirlProblems.com said...

lol the pictures are really funny. Stumbled upon this site by accident, a lot of interesting stuff

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Anonymous Ralph said...

Thanks for giving me sleep deprivation!!!

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Blogger Avi Abrams said...

Ralph, thank you... and -
Welcome to the club! :)

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Anonymous Anaxacoras said...

I have long been going on your site and is one of my must-see each dia.La vast majority of issues that you post on your website are awesome
Congratulations.
Sorry for my English, but barely speak
hehe, this is translated by google

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Blogger Jill Marie said...

stumbled across your site!
what a happy surprise!
I shall visit often.

Thank you!!

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Anonymous Aja said...

I just came across your site. It is good one. Who invented the logo?????? :)

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Anonymous Mitch said...

Always love this site. Visit it often!! I usually end my day with DRB, keep up the good work!!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have just discovered this site today via Climate Progress - what a treasure it is. Some truly stunning and thought provoking images here.

Thank you.

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Anonymous Leigh-Anne Drakes said...

I just wanted to say that I stumbled across you site the other day and it is AWESOME. In the sea of sites out there today there is so much crap. Your site is super interesting, super well thought-through, it doesnt just rehash stuff, it's funny and smart and just awesome. Thank you!

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Anonymous Jordan said...

I'm addicted to your site. It's a bottomless treasure trove of everything I love.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the VTOL pictures!
The lower right image in http://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-dapv1zdcayU/T9TfPoFkyMI/AAAAAAAB9Yg/GyaK6Cq9Ydk/s0/we4feawfefefefef.jpg

was classified as the X-18. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiller_X-18

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