Prime rib

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November 27, 2014 · 12:36

Thanks for ruining my favorite holiday, America

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November 27, 2014 · 08:02

This has little or nothing to do with Thanksgiving

But it is Chet Faker, who I am thankful for, with his smooth beats and lush beard.

It’s Chet Faker! He Fakes chets!

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Quote of the enviro-mental-ist

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Soooooo… was this wolf a republican or a democrat, then?

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Oh, youtube commenters…

First Comment: “Terrible. They’ve done. They’re first two albums were great but they’ve lost their drive, their direction. Next!”

Second Comment: “holy shit. phenomenal. first 30 seconds and it’s my favorite song so far from the album”

Oh, and by the way I should probably post this song too, since it’s got the typical OK Go turn it up to 11 visuals:

One take. Insanity.

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Tippy Top

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November 25, 2014 · 16:54

It would be very difficult for me to care less.

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It’s finally (trying to) snow

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November 23, 2014 · 09:17

Probably a case of “hunger is the best spice”

I just had some cold pepperoni on graham crackers and they were really good.

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Goodbye, garden

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November 22, 2014 · 13:02

Seen on the road

A lady driving a beat up early 90’s Buick (broken light housings, front bumper hanging loose, dents in the side, the whole 9 yards) with a bumper sticker on the back saying “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

I leave judgement up to you.

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“Spanning nearly 1 million square feet, the SpaceX factory currently produces more rocket engines than any other U.S. manufacturer, and will eventually produce 40 rocket cores annually.”

SpaceX is taking its name seriously.

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Otos!

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November 20, 2014 · 16:56

Presented without context

“… assuming American football has an average death rate of 1.2 players per game. This is slightly higher than the average for association football (soccer), but an order of magnitude lower than the rates found in volleyball.”

“Since MLB banned heavy artillery in 1962, Joe DiMaggio’s record of killing players in 56 consecutive games will probably never be broken.”

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