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I love how super legit everything is here.  Real Talk Bail Bonds, Compro Tax, and Jerry Carryout.
(North Ave. & Charles St.)

I love how super legit everything is here.  Real Talk Bail Bonds, Compro Tax, and Jerry Carryout.

(North Ave. & Charles St.)

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Yo, dawg, ever heard of Wildout Wheelie Boyz?  Oh, you haven’t?  Well, they’re a bunch of dudes who ride around the city on dirtbikes and fourwheelers.  That doesn’t sound impressive, you say?  Well, then allow me to explain more: they travel in huge packs and do wheelies down streets with cars on them.  They block traffic off if the light turns against them so their friends can catch up.  Back in 2010 the police decided not to pull the bikes over for dangerous behavior because it kept leading to dangerous chases and shit because the bikers would just run.  They do wheelies ev-er-y-where.  They are fucking wheelie jedi bike masters.
I haven’t seen them around for a while, but I also haven’t been driving around their usual haunts as much.  Their videos suggest they are all alive and well  You should check out their videos on Youtube.  There are a pretty good number of them.
So, anyway, here’s a tribute to them. The part that got ripped out on the lower left looks a lot like a thumbs up and I just choose to believe that it is intentionally like that.
(North Ave. & Charles St.)

Yo, dawg, ever heard of Wildout Wheelie Boyz?  Oh, you haven’t?  Well, they’re a bunch of dudes who ride around the city on dirtbikes and fourwheelers.  That doesn’t sound impressive, you say?  Well, then allow me to explain more: they travel in huge packs and do wheelies down streets with cars on them.  They block traffic off if the light turns against them so their friends can catch up.  Back in 2010 the police decided not to pull the bikes over for dangerous behavior because it kept leading to dangerous chases and shit because the bikers would just run.  They do wheelies ev-er-y-where.  They are fucking wheelie jedi bike masters.

I haven’t seen them around for a while, but I also haven’t been driving around their usual haunts as much.  Their videos suggest they are all alive and well  You should check out their videos on Youtube.  There are a pretty good number of them.

So, anyway, here’s a tribute to them. The part that got ripped out on the lower left looks a lot like a thumbs up and I just choose to believe that it is intentionally like that.

(North Ave. & Charles St.)

Filed under baltimore dirtbike wildoutwheelieboyz wheelie doawheelie

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I was super bummed I missed it on this but super happy I still saw the flyer. When I saw it, the flyer made me laugh so hard that the dude standing in the corner near me started to move away slowly. 
And there you have it: another Baltimore story by Gilbert Sandler.
(flyer on Lanvale St. & Charles St.)

I was super bummed I missed it on this but super happy I still saw the flyer. When I saw it, the flyer made me laugh so hard that the dude standing in the corner near me started to move away slowly.

And there you have it: another Baltimore story by Gilbert Sandler.

(flyer on Lanvale St. & Charles St.)

Filed under baltimore black flag black friday local markets

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This mural is awesomely big; just look at the person in the bottom left for scale. I didn’t see a signature on it so I don’t have a website or anything for the artist.
(North Ave. & Charles St.)

This mural is awesomely big; just look at the person in the bottom left for scale. I didn’t see a signature on it so I don’t have a website or anything for the artist.

(North Ave. & Charles St.)

Filed under baltimore street art street mural

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I find this habit really interesting. Growing up in New York (just outside the city), I don’t remember people parking their motorcycles on the sidewalk. I really like the habit because it gives me a great excuse to ogle them. I imagine they don’t need a parking permit then either—or do motorcycles need parking permits at all? 
(Chase St. & Calvert St.)

I find this habit really interesting. Growing up in New York (just outside the city), I don’t remember people parking their motorcycles on the sidewalk. I really like the habit because it gives me a great excuse to ogle them. I imagine they don’t need a parking permit then either—or do motorcycles need parking permits at all?

(Chase St. & Calvert St.)

Filed under baltimore motorcycle fuckyouimparkinghere

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Weekend MARC service begins Saturday! Here's where to go! - City Paper Blogs

baltimore-dating:

Today, MARC train service begins to DC - $14 roudtrip (plus whatever money you use on the Metro). The important question is… should we start dating people in DC now that it’s becoming infinitely more convenient (it is really easy to just expand my OkCupid radius…)?

DC: where we all aspire to go for work AND play (apparently).