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newyorker:

NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—Customers across the nation who turned out for Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day were in for a surprise, as the chicken restaurant chose today to launch a new product, Hate Sauce: http://nyr.kr/Pn4Ii9

This is how you impress your horrified progeny’s date during prom photographs. The Japanese engineering firm Fasotec is teaming up with Tokyo’s Parkside Hiroo Ladies Clinic to offer expecting mothers 3D-printed models of their gestating bundles of joy. A mere ¥100,000 will get you a 90x60x40..

do-nothing:

London 2012 Olympics - The Big Picture - Boston.com

hiphopcassette:

Outkast - Elevators (Me & You) (ATLiens 1996)

suicideblonde:

Frances Bean Cobain photographed by Rocky Schenck

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madeupmemories:

A few months ago, my brothers (Eric, Dan) and I went out with our Korean friends (Cho, Phil) for Korean food. I don’t remember how it got brought up, but Cho was the one who actually asked the question:

Do you think Jennifer Aniston knows who Drake is?

There were theories as to why she would…

fastcompany:


Consider the plight of an aging pioneer in the golden age of gangsta rap. It’s not so different than that of a dotcom era startup entrepreneur like Marc Andreessen, who went from cofounding seminal web browser Netscape to funding the next generation of tech entrepreneurs via his Silicon Valley venture capital powerhouse Andreessen Horowitz. Or Elon Musk, who made his millions as cofounder of PayPal and now builds Tesla electric cars and spaceships. Snoop’s 40. He has a couple of options. He could become a permanently faded parody of his younger weed-smoking self. Or he could change strategy without changing his vision. He could acknowledge his hardcore, street life-focused past while embracing a more universal aspect of his personality. He’s found that in his reggae music pivot, he says.

Snoop Dogg’s Pivot->

fastcompany:

Consider the plight of an aging pioneer in the golden age of gangsta rap. It’s not so different than that of a dotcom era startup entrepreneur like Marc Andreessen, who went from cofounding seminal web browser Netscape to funding the next generation of tech entrepreneurs via his Silicon Valley venture capital powerhouse Andreessen Horowitz. Or Elon Musk, who made his millions as cofounder of PayPal and now builds Tesla electric cars and spaceships. Snoop’s 40. He has a couple of options. He could become a permanently faded parody of his younger weed-smoking self. Or he could change strategy without changing his vision. He could acknowledge his hardcore, street life-focused past while embracing a more universal aspect of his personality. He’s found that in his reggae music pivot, he says.

Snoop Dogg’s Pivot->

yeah…

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