Lunchtime Laughter

Amy Poehler as an art dealer

The Cigarette Century

James Bosnack’s invention of the cigarette-rolling machine in 1880 helped propel the early 20th century economy forward, making the mass-production of cigarettes a “Potent Symbol of Velocity for the New Modern Age.” 

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Morning Dose of Digital Make-Up

Real-Time and projection mapping by Nobumichi Asai

Card Tricks with Willie Nelson

Without a doubt, one of the top 3 people we’d want to hang out with on earth

Reminisce Over This

Public Enemy, By The Time I Get To Arizona, 1991

— @TheNameIsJerald

Great Music Choice

Every single death in a Tarantino movie accompanied by The Delfonic’s “Didn’t I (Blow your mind this time)”

“If You Don’t Know How to Do Something, You Better Say “I don’t know how to do something””

david-chang-food-fail

David Chang talks about almost cutting part of his finger off during his first and biggest failure in the kitchen. Just goes to show that everyone has to start somewhere.

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Lunchtime Laughter

Rodman is a boob man

Kool A.D. ft. Toro y Moi & Amaze88 – “The Front”

Directed by CoolReve

Morning Dose of Magician VS. Cop

You Can’t Be Nothing If You Think You’re Something

How do you know you exist? A mind-boggling tribute to René Descartes’s “Meditations on First Philosophy.”

Lunchtime Laughter

A mother goes to the gathering of the juggalos to see if she should allow her 16-year old son to attend.

(note: LANGUAGE)

How To Break Into Heavy Metal (Without Getting Screwed)

Friday’s Vault

Natas Kaupas + Mick E Reyes in Goin’ Off

Lunchtime Laughter

Nike Psychology

Charlie Brown Suffered The Most On Nights When Charles M. Schulz Bowled a Bad Game

In this clip, the American cartoonist talks about and draws “the lovable loser.”

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FanGirls, The Most Dangerous Species of All

David Attenborough observes and reports.

The Chairs of NPR

The year was 1988 and NPR’s office was in shambles, or according to Bob Boilen, it was an “utterly horrifying ugly filthy mess.” Also, there were typewriters. And terrible chairs.

The Forest in the Trees

All about Stephen Sillett and his study of Aerial ecosystems.

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