Morning Dose of Sit Down and Shut Up

An effective phrase.

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Ginta Lapina is…

Wednesday’s Muse

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Picture of the Day

Simen Johan

The High Price of Materialism

“Psychologist Tim Kasser discusses how America’s culture of consumerism undermines our well-being. When people buy into the ever-present marketing messages that “the good life” is “the goods life,” they not only use up Earth’s limited resources, but they are less happy and less inclined toward helping others. The animation both lays out the problems of excess materialism and points toward solutions that promise a healthier, more just, and more sustainable life.”

Animation by Squid and Beard

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Plaid on the Outside, Country on the Inside

Pladra cotton flannel shirts have nice cuffs.

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Up All Night


Motley Crüe, Dr. Feelgood

14 Days Until Christmas

Until the Friday before Christmas, we’ll be posting one product a day to help make the holiday the most gifted one yet

WISPR vaporizer by IOLITE ($269)

Reminisce Over This

Grand Puba w/ Mary J. Blige, What’s the 411 (Yo! MTV Raps)

A First Look at The 2012 Pirelli Calendar Shot by Mario Sorrenti

Mario Sorrenti is pretty much the man. How could you not be when you get tapped to shoot the most coveted calendar in the world? He’s the first Italian photographer in the 39 issue history to photograph the Pirelli Calendar, which is actually pretty strange considering the tyre manufacturer has its roots in the country. Featuring models Isabeli Fontana, Kate Moss, Lara Stone, Natasha Poly, Joan Small, Edita Vilkeviciute, Malgosia, Saskia de Brauw, and Guinevere Van Seenus, as well as actresses Milla Jovovich, Rinko Kikuchi, and Margareth Madé, the cult calendar fittingly named ‘Swoon’ is an object of desire. Also for the first time ever, the calendar’s presentation has changed: the photographs are now contained in a sleek canvas portfolio, with the viewer having to change the pictures to whichever month they desire.

{note: nudity}

Lunchtime Laughter

White Guy Crimes

Big Toe Thumb

James Byrne sawed his thumb up by mistake, doctors suggested he use his big toe as a replacement. And for those who thought you forever needed your big toe, apparently you only lose balance temporarily.

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3.2 million ink dots

The making of “Hero,” a drawing by Miguel Endara of his dad that took 210 hours and is composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots.

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