Rob Hostetter’s part in Zorlac’s Zero Hero
Much respect goes out to the folks behind Ebbets Field Flannels who have been digging up and reproducing historical baseball jerseys by hand for over 25 years. Here are some of our favorites.
The Delta Bravo Urban Exploration Team crashes the most famous pool in movie history, the one from Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
The Lion Sleeps Tonight by Jen A. Miller
Visiting the abandoned Warner Bros. Jungle Habitat safari park in North Jersey
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Noiva do Cordeiro is a small town in southeastern Brazil that is populated only by women, most of whom are single between the ages of 20 and 35, and apparently desperately in need of a man. The Brazilian beauties would love to find bachelors to court and potentially live with them, but “first they (the men) need to agree to do what we say and live according to our rules.” Sounds just like marriage to us…
Jim Dirschberger and Jay Howell made the new video for Trash Talk’s song “The Great Escape.” It’s “a cautionary tale of the side effects of excellent hardcore music and demonic drinks.”
The Greatest TEDx Performance That Never Was? In which a BMX racer serving time for attempted murder talks about trying to get a bike into prison for a TEDx performance.
Ed Gein’s alleged nipple belt, which was fashioned out of the flesh of corpses he dug up from the grave.
Leave it to the NikeCourt Zoom Vapor AJ3 by Jordan to link up the similarities in terminology between Tennis and Basketball. Nonetheless, it’s a damn good looking sneaker.
Probably about 7 months late on that idea though. Anyway, Arby’s Off-The-Menu ‘Meat Mountain’ sandwich is $10 and contains 2 chicken tenders, 1.5 oz. of roast turkey, 1.5 oz. of ham, 1 slice of Swiss cheese, 1.5 oz. of corned beef, 1.5 oz. brisket, 1.5 oz. of Angus steak, 1 slice of cheddar cheese, 1.5 oz. roast beef, 3 half-strips of bacon. Just ask for it at the counter, and it’s yours.
The drunk history of Jim Abbott at the Pan American Games in Cuba
Vogue covers by the surrealist master
TurboGrafx-16: A Quarter Century of Gaming Excellence by Leigh Alexander
The TurboGrafx-16 videogame system was released in America on August 29, 1989. On its 25th anniversary Paste’s games and tech culture writer Leigh Alexander remembers what made this largely forgotten machine special.
This album is so good that the clean version doesn’t even bother us.