"roast Freud and chilled horror novels" →
on Sherman Alexie
Man, I always forget how good Sherman Alexie is until I am reading something by him, again, and it hits me over the head. Right now I’m reading The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven. It’s one of those collections, that since its older (and short fiction) really punches you in the face with the clarity of the author’s voice - and also reminds me why I fucking love short...
davidcho: Daisy Lowe for Bape Girls YEAH OK not sure if I feel like BAPE for ladiez needed to happen. while the looks aren’t bad, I’m not sure what makes them new. (but yes, lets keep letterman jackets going as a thing. oh and cheetah print sneakers at 1:13. YES. that whole footwear situation in general, yes) also that photog #cangetit
"I'm MAD about your mind!" →
"Poker Sponsorship": Join the Movement! →
poker-as-entropic-process: My name is Colson Whitehead. I´m playing in the World Series of Poker next month in Las Vegas, and writing about it for Grantland.com. I’ve been in training the last few weeks. If you’ve seen the tournament on ESPN, you know that all the real players wear the names of sponsors on their… this is terrific.
Men’s wear is moving in a different direction, and it’s all based on what’s...– Nick Wooster (via howtotalktogirlsatparties) Congratulations to the WoostGod on joining the dream team over at GiltMan. Can’t wait to see what comes of this (via whiskeysoaked) this is gonna be so interesting!
"I don't think you should be able to walk into a... →
GESSEN. Gessen, holmes, I can’t even.
America's Angriest Cities →
thestationmanager: Aw, just #2? We’ll get ‘em next year, Baltimore. ha. miss you, b-more.
judyxberman: It’s moments like this, when the blog I write for is down and Donovan’s “Mellow Yellow” comes over the speakers at work, that truly drive home how screwed my generation is compared to my parents’. aww man. that sure is a moment. but I like “mellow yellow” but maybe there’s something wrong with me.
I played this over and over on my commute this morning. it’s a thing.
Jason Segel circa Freaks and Geeks can get it
“John Bonham’s dead.” For me, its James Franco circa Freaks + Geeks. That’s some bone structure, son.
Drew Barrymore Will Direct the Next Best Coast... →
Now if you know me, you know I live and die by oxfords + brogues. They currently make up the majority of my footwear and I spend a not insignificant amount of time looking at them on the internet. So when I saw this lil listicle on brogues, I was all about it. While I am super-feeling those yellow suede ones, to the extent that I might buy them (wear those with like a navy sundress and...
clientsfromhell: Client: “The logo is far too dark. Try brightening it up a bit. What happened to those vibrant colors we picked out earlier.” Me: “Well, to be fair, you ARE wearing your sunglasses.” Client: “Hmm, so I am.” (Chuckles, takes his sunglasses off). Me: “Is that a bit better?” Client: “Oh, heavens no, this is WAY too bright.”
On what would happen if we lived in the same city
Eric: DO IT. Get a job working in a waffle truck. me: haha only if you come to and work in a rival food truck Eric: We will develop a tremendous feud. me: And we can only be friends when we DANCE IT OUT Eric: Food projectiles will be exchanged. me: at Strength shows. etc. Eric: OH SNAP, DANCE OFF. me: !!! me: I am now imagining our amazing foodtruck freud Eric: It’s great!...
this is my thing right now. yep.
W. W. Norton: First Lines from New Books Out... →
wwnorton: “‘Dave, stop. Stop, will you? Stop, Dave. Will you stop?’ So the supercomputer HAL pleads with the implacable astronaut Dave Bowman in a famous and weirdly poignant scene toward the end of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey.” The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains by… these are great. I love the 1st + 4th, especially.
on summer friday music
This mix will never, ever get old for me: Paper Route Gangstaz It is some of the best summertime jamz. Rollin’ (Diplo Remix) will get you thru anything. Download there, and pay what you want. Heyyyy…here’s a p-fork review from 2009