A 35 year analysis of the pot Market

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From the Mexican weed of the mid 1970’s up to the Kush of today, High Times’ THMQ has been there.  See more detail of the variants and prices here

Morning Dose of Awesome

Tilt Shift Hulkamania by Keith Loutit

Hulk Hogan & Rick Flair duke it out at the Hulkamania tour in Melbourne, Australia.

via, notcot

Best Tour Guide Ever

Captain Crazy at Nine Mile, Jamaica.  Need more proof? After the jump

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Things you probably didn’t know about: Thanksgiving Masking


Thanksgiving was the original Halloween trick-or-treating time.  In the very early 20th century, children dressed up as beggars and went door-to-door for fruit (apples mostly) and pennies.  I dug these pictures out of the Library of Congresses flickr account.

Galileo’s Fingers

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This is crazy weird. Just the idea that his fingers still exist is enough.

CNN reports:

“Two fingers cut from the hand of Italian astronomer Galileo nearly 300 years ago have been rediscovered more than a century after they were last seen”

via, boingboing

Sake Bomb

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Designed by Alexander Purcell, the Sake Bomb is a based on a “juxtaposition of the Fugu Fish (Blowfish),… and a WW II sea mine.”  They come in blue, black, orange, and white, and retail for $98.

via, dezeen

OS Gemeos x Plasticiens Volants

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Os Gemeos recently teamed up with french Street Theatre company Plasticien Volants in Sao Paolo for a performance of ‘The Stranger’.  The always wonderful Lost Art, has visual evidence.

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Stolen Moments


Photographer Julia Chesky dropped by Eric Haze’s opening at Level 2 last night and captured the scene.

Morning Dose of Angel Dust

Oil in LA

VBS digs deep. Ha!

Lunchtime Laughter

Damien Hirst for Supreme

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These decks by Damien Hirst are available in-store at Supreme in New York today.  Buy the whole dang set, because they’re worth it.  The T-shirt is on point too.

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Advancements in Chinese Cuisine

The fish is alive and partially deep fried. I didn’t know that was possible.

via, buzzfeed

2 hard muthaf$%kers…

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Ice Cube before and after. Oh how things change…

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Stitched Advice

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Our girl Alix makes these really cool stitch pieces.  So cool in fact, she has opened an Etsy store to sell some of them.

Adorn your walls with some craftiness

Supermarket Sarah

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Rollover the images on her site and see what’s for sale. What a good idea, I should do this with my storage closet.

“Sarah decided to leave the corporate world behind her and has set up shop in her own home. Her home, round the corner from Portobello Market where she has a stall, is now overflowing with treasures and delights and she welcomes visitors with tea and cakes.”

Go to the site

via, myloveforyouisastampedeofhorses

Laser Chasing Crackhead

It is because of technology that we are able to appreciate this.

via, buzzfeed

From Seed To Weed

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If you’ve ever wondered how that beautiful budda comes to be, this is a great photo series following the growth of a pot plant.

See it here

It’s Educational

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That’s just the first page of a 100-question test given to an eighth-grade class in 1954 USA. Be sure to check out the rest and see if you can answer them with present-day figures. While the question remains whether or not this was an open book test, and I wonder about the ultimate utility of the information the kids had to memorize, from the comments on the source it is apparent that our present-day eighth graders are not receiving this level of civic/government education. Via BlackInformant.

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