Hey You!

31 07 2010

Happy Saturday!!

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew

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Inspire

30 07 2010

via: http://www.tokyodrivemagazine.com

Sinya Kimura of Chabott Engineering, one of the Gods of modern day bike building.  If you don’t know, now you know.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





Fairlady

30 07 2010

via: http://crazyoctopi.blogspot.com/

I’m a new skool kid with old skool love.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





>>Flashback Fridays<< Coolio – Gangsta’s Paradise

30 07 2010

This week’s installment of Flashback Friday brings us Coolio’s notorious hit, Gangsta’s Paradise.  I think I was in 7th grade when this movie and song were hot.  Geez I feel old when I post these.  Nevertheless…I hope everyone has a great weekend, enjoy!

Ps – the chubby sweaty guy that sings the chorus still cracks me up. haha

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





Square One

29 07 2010

via: http://www.iputinwork.com/

I’m glad to see more Euro tuners opening up to the idea of using Japanese parts on their vehicles.  Note to those who are just starting to develop their taste in the aftermarket car world, cleanliness never goes out of style.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





Dirty Money

29 07 2010

Infinity Pool 55 stories above ground opens in Singapore in dazzling £4billion resort

This man is the first lap swimmer in the world to enjoy such a view – 55 stories over the city of Singapore.  The Marina Bay Sands tourism development features a 150meter long pool – three times the length of an Olympic swimming pool.  The infinity pool concept was said to have been inspired by the terraced rice paddies in Bali, Indonesia.  The resort was designed by Moshe Safdie, who said he based it on a deck of cards.

For those not familiar with the current exchange rate, 1 pound is roughly 1.56 dollars, which means this resort cost in the neighborhood of 6.24 BILLION dollars.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





Fatty Journal: Party Burrito!

29 07 2010

Once a month we have an all day meeting at work, and usually lunch is catered via Panera Bread, or sometimes Rubios.  Today, I was talking to my coworker who arranges the food, and she said…are you ready for today’s lunch?  It’s authentic Mexican food!  (note: it’s kinda sad, even my coworkers know how happy food makes me)  So I was thinking maybe some street tacos, or tamales were going to be brought in.

A few cups of coffee got me to lunch time, and then it happened…the door opened and it looked like a Subway Party Sub was being brought in.  But upon closer inspection, it was a 10 foot party burrito!  Super intense!  I’ve never seen a burrito this big, and I had to take a picture!

Fun Fact: the burrito was actually delivered and served on a wooden plank.  The terms of the delivery were that the plank had to be returned after use, or we would be fined $10.

Stuffed & Bloated,

Robert Chew