How A North Korean’s Record Stall at an Indoor Swap Meet in Compton Became a Gangsta Rap Destination

The Story of Wan Joon Kim and Cycadelic Records

(thanks Wade!)

photograph: Wally Skalij

Internet Porn is Seasonal

Who knew?

From a paper published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior

“Harmonic analyses were used to examine the seasonal trends of Google keyword searches during the past 5 years for topics related to pornography, prostitution, and mate-seeking. Results indicated a consistent 6-month harmonic cycle with the peaks of keyword searches related to sex and mating behaviors occurring most frequently during winter and early summer.”

Thanks, Science!

via, atlantic / fark

Recovering $13,238.86 of Equipment Left In A Taxi

Casey Neistat: Taxi Lost and Found

Watch it here

“What do you think it is about youth that you keep coming back to?”

Ryan McGinley and Gus Van Sant have a discussion


Germany now has a swearing hotline.

The House That Spawned A Serial Killer

The childhood home of Jeffrey Dahmer is up for sale in Akron, Ohio. As an added piece of history, it is also the location of his first murder —“a hitchhiker named Steven Hicks whom he lured back to the house with promises of drugs and alcohol, and then clubbed with a barbell after Hicks said he wanted to leave. Dahmer later dismembered Hicks’ corpse in the house’s crawlspace.”

Anyway, the 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath house is listed at $329,000 and can be viewed here

via, @rogergastman / radar

Morning Dose of Life Lessons With Mr. T

After you’re done ingesting that wisdom, Mr. T’s fashion show and advice video is pretty spot on too.

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Parkies: Counter-Culture Pioneers of Central Park

“If you thought Jimi Hendrix was cool, you were probably down with us” – Zephyr

“SUNSHINE REBELS tells the story of a clan of inner-city teenagers who in the 1970’s came together in New York City’s Central Park and in the process left an indelible stamp on world culture through startling innovations in street art, alternative music and extreme sports.”

Lunchtime Laughter

The Beatles Were Terrifying with Fred Willard

Re-Up: Gonzo

In remembrance of Hunter S. Thompson on what would’ve been his 75th birthday, we show you once again, photographs from the man who led one of the crazier lives ever lived.

Originally displayed at a 2006-2007 show at M+B in Los Angeles.

They’re Back For #13

The 2012 Gathering Of The Juggalos Infomercial… and the music line-up doesn’t look too bad.

Weekend Watching: Baseball In The Time of Cholera

“a powerful insight into the tragedy and scandal of Haiti’s Cholera epidemic through the eyes of a young baseball player.”

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