Business As Usual

A basic look at the day-to-day operations of a modern day Colombian drug cartel

Printables

minor-league-manhood

Minor League Manhood by Dirk Hayhurst

Lots of guys made their cases for why they should be considered the alpha male of a locker room in the low minors when this writer was down on the farm. But the biggest separator was one’s prowess with the opposite sex. It fostered a toxic culture of misogyny and exploitation.

The Wide World of Weed

texas-marijuana
 
Pot News for Those Who Partake
 
Emphasis on dessert: weed weddings are growing in popularity in the legal states

Eaze, the Uber for weed in San Francisco.

The New York Times calls for total legalization

and The White House Responds

On the medical tip, new research shows that THC could slow down tumor growth in cancer patients

In other research news: Volunteers in the federal “how stoned is too stoned to drive” study were observed as happy participants in the testing.

Torture in Texas! Police bring in inmates from a local prison to clear marijuana fields

Is jail still an option for these guys tho? Illegal “hood” weed is still sold in legal states

and

The HIGH Kite has landed… in our store

 

Living on the Opposite Side of the Organizational Spectrum

Casey Neistat shows off his “Intuitive Categorization Method”

Split Zine

Featuring Ed Templeton’s Make Up Girls and Clint Woodside’s N/E/S/W, this out of print 2-in-1 zine from Deadbeat Club features many faces and places.

Printables

fashion-ad-controversy-wwd

Fashion Advertising: Controversy — Where Has It Gone? by Lisa Lockwood (with contributions from Cynthia Martens, Lauren McCarthy)
 
After shifts from the shocking and suggestive to the socially conscious and aspirational, the fashion industry has entered a new state of advertising: tame.

“Now is the time to go for it! Hardcore! Breathe in and suck it up and plow back in full-on!”

Andrew-W.K.-life-coach

Andrew W.K. is your new Life Coach

Doers and Percievers

Stefan Sagmeister happily chimes on about storytelling. The business kind, not the fun kind.

“Infinitude”

Paul Trillo’s new short film A Truncated Story of Infinity is a look at the endless amount of variations your day and life could have. Also, “Infinitude” is an amazing noun that is defined as “the state or quality of being infinite or having no limit.” Like Master P in space.

Wait Until the Fiends Get a Hold of This One

soto-pocket-torch

The Soto Pocket Torch turns your basic disposable lighter into a torch capable of producing a windproof flame as hot as 2,300 °F

[Read more]

Printables

secret-society-internet

How Secret Societies Stay Hidden On the Internet by Matt King

Inside the surreal recruitment process of a legendary club—or something like it—at New York University

Illustration by Miroslav Kostic

Notes From the Dinosaur Renaissance

dinosaurs-news
 
Fossilized news
 
A new discovery in Siberia suggests that nearly all dinosaurs had feathers

Dinosaurs became extinct because of “colossal bad luck”

Tyrannosaur gangs used to terrorize the earth

A four-winged dinosaur with a 21-foot wingspan was unearthed in China

According to one creationist’s lawsuit, dinosaurs roamed the earth 4,000 years ago

and

The Koch brothers are apparently “dinosaur fetishists”
 

Lunchtime Laughter

Zach Galifianakis and Ted Danson in Mistaken for Strangers: The Play

Large Men in Tights

Ridiculous promo shots from the golden era of the WWF.

From the archives of Sharpshooter Collectibes

Printables

eibar

A Tiny Club’s Uneasy Rise by Raphael Minder

Eibar, a small soccer team with a 5,250 seat stadium is entering Spain’s top division, La Liga. And it’s been a pain in the ass.

Photograph by Markel Redondo for The New York Times

Living a Life of Mongrelism

‘SKIN’ is a short film by Tom Gould that profiles Martyka ‘Skin Dog’ Brandt, one of the founding members of New Zealand’s most notorious gang, the Mighty Mongrel Mob.

$2 million

2-million-dollars-first-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtle-drawing

The price being asked by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles creator Kevin Eastman for the first drawing ever made of a hero in half shell.

“The obvious comment is that it looks like God but it could also be Sean Connery or Karl Marx”

man-in-clouds

A face appeared in some parting clouds over Norfolk, England earlier this week

In the Days Before Street Style

“Lunch Time” portraits by Charles H. Traub

Page 1 of 21412345...10...Last Page »