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Because now every day is like Monday* on the world wide web.

 

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No More Crunchies Or Else!!!

Skull Hall of Fame

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By Shawn Kerri, circa 1980

Quelle Chris – Lullabies for the Broken Brain (Album Stream)

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Linked Out

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Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting

 

Do You Have To Lie To Get Ahead?

How U.S. Immigration Law Fueled A Chinese Restaurant Boom

How to Catch Up on All of This Year’s Oscar Nominees Before the Awards Show

Dord, Foupe, Kime, and Other Ghost Words in the Dictionary

The Skateboard Soundtracks

“Like That, Salma Hayek Killed My Hard-On”

What do free, open, and peaceful borders look like?

The Secret History of The Endless Summer

I Went on a ‘Make Your Own Cocaine’ Tour in Colombia

The Lamentable Rise of Desktop Dining

Why Are Americans So Obsessed With Utopias?

In Defense of Small Talk

 

— Chris Black / @donetodeath
 

Friday’s Vault

Ed Templeton in Toy Machine’s Heavy Metal, 1995

Eddie Is Go

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Crazy swells in Waimea today. Watch Live Now

Now Stepping Up to the Tripod

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Ansel Adams, one of the 135 photographers in the “Baseball Photographer Trading Cards” set by Mike Mandel.

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And Ya Say New York City

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The Everything Donut

On A Photo Journey with the Infiniti Q30

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“The destination is easy, it’s everything in between that’s the most interesting,” says Michael Schulz, the adventure-seeking lensman behind the hugely successful Instagram account, Berlinstagram. Having posted nearly 6,000 photos since starting his account in 2010, it’s no surprise that Michael is always on the lookout for new ways to explore his adopted hometown. With this in mind, Infiniti asked Michael to cast his eye on the company’s all-new Infiniti Q30, a car “made for expressive thinkers” and designed around the desire for perspective-shifting journeys.
 
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Marked by an elevated stance and low-slung roofline, the Infiniti Q30 inspires prolonged exploration and thanks to its agile handling, feels perfectly at home in an urban setting such as Berlin. Michael was able to capture this first-hand by using The Seeker, a digital compass specially created by Infiniti for a select number of influencers, to find the car in its secret location. Fitted with a GPS that can point you to any location on Earth, The Seeker gets you to your destination while allowing you to include as many gratuitous twists and turns as you like along the way. A dial shows you the way forward and lights show you how close you are to your endpoint.
 

 
The Infiniti Q30 gives you the tools to see your surroundings from a fresh perspective, and intends to take you on incredible experiences. Check out the snaps Michael shot on his adventure around Berlin, and then see how fun it is for yourself by taking one out for a spin. Learn more about the Infiniti Q30 and book your test drive now.
 
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Considering The Modern Arts

Country Kitchens

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White Trash Cooking by Ernest Matthew Mickler

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