Mike Tyson interviewed in Interview

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“Yeah. I was an emotional manipulator of fighters . . . You have to know how to be cold, you know? Just have no -emotions, no feelings. It takes time, though, to develop that. I’d been working on that since I was 12 years old. It doesn’t happen overnight. My objective was to hurt the other fighters. I wanted to hurt them. I wanted to be merciless. Man, I was a wild thing. . . It’s kind of a drug, a rush. But that’s just how I was as a kid . . . It’s funny, because Cus was always saying that Ali was better than anybody because he controlled his emotions and his fears. Ali was just an emotional juggernaut.”

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Graffiti has come So Far

KR’s Krinked-out Mini

Okay Sure Why Not?

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All good fun here as Kelly Brook covers her boobs up with cupcakes.  But Peep Grandma.  Lickin’ her lips, tongue sticking out, staring at those things.  We’re with ya Grandma, definitely.

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Lunchtime Laughter

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Drawings by Chris Scarborough

harvest

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It is that time of year.  Here is a great photo series from Mathieu Young on one groups bountiful yield.

Have a look

Kristin Baker’s Splitting Twilight at Deitch Projects

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Opening tonight, her work is so fresh.

November 05, 2009 — December 19, 2009
18 Wooster Street, New York

Splitting Twilight, an exhibition of new paintings by Kristin Baker, opens at Deitch Projects on November 5, 2009. Baker continues to push the contradictions inherent in the genre of painting while simultaneously celebrating its history. The new body of work playfully remixes the legacy of landscape painting within a modernist structure.
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hats off to mocoloco

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The new design for Mocoloco is pretty nice, as they have incorporated some intelligent forms of navigation. I really enjoyed the ability to scroll left to right with my scroll wheel, as well as the option to change the navigation from top to bottom. Check it out. There are probably a few more tricks so explore and report.

Morning Dose of Kool Keith

The 98-year old refrigerator

Kate Moss Thursdays

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Kate with cigarette, London, 2006

Photographed by Mario Testino

Picture of the Day

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The World’s Biggest Bird Ever: Teratorns

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Now I have seen it all, maybe not!

“Don’t go unnoticed, don’t blend in”, I think I just threw up in my mouth. I guess Miracle Whip was always on the cutting edge. Check out the awesome ad from ’82 after the jump.

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you got to have patience

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Karen O’Leary is seriously detail-oriented. She has to be to create these City Map Cuts. They are beautiful, truly one-of-a-kind. And as most things one-of-a-kind are, they are now sold out. She does have some negative space maps using pencil and paper still for sale though. For more photos and details go here.

10 From the Urban Dictionary (pt. 4)

Got a nice word or phrase we should feature? Leave it in the comments.

up all night

NIN, Head Like A Hole

Girls in Front of Art

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This site is in no way safe for work.

Kudos on the design and taking our Artorialust/Hot Chicks at Art Openings concept to an entirely different level.

Have a look if you like naked chicks and your co-workers approve

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Reminisce Over This

Mad Lion, Take It Easy, 1995

Paul McCarthy’s White Snow at Hauser & Wirth

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Opening tonight.

Beginning November 5, 2009, Hauser & Wirth New York will present WHITE SNOW, a group of never before seen pieces from a new body of work by Paul McCarthy, drawing upon the famous 19th century German folk tale ‘Snow White’ (‘Schneewittchen’) and commenting upon the modern interpretation of the story in Disney’s beloved 1937 animated classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

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Buy your lady a pair of these

Reebok EasyTone‘s.  Commercial’s kind of convincing huh?

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