your buddy gibby haynes is on the daily show tonight.

Plywood rocking chair ...
Calders fractals
being fab

el sombrero es finito.

Maestro: (Wes Anderson)

Spring comes early here....Nettle Pesto Rissotto w/ Chives and Arugula Rabe

I think I mentioned this before, but a kid from my (and b.'s) high school (long after we were there obviously) has gone on to be quite a basketball player: Nik Stauskas. He's a guard on the second seed University of Michigan squad, and Big Ten player of the year.

When we were in school the basketball team was pitiful (I played varsity!) but now has become something of a powerhouse. Back in the day we were known for hockey, with 3 players who were there during our years (out of ~400 in the entire school) making it to the NHL. Not sure how these things work, and why they suddenly are good at basketball. Maybe you recruit the right coach? Or just get lucky with a great player and then others follow?

In any case, Go Lions. Or something.
gnarly forage
transit maps of the world

the simplest explanation for the missing plane

driftwood forts of the Oregon coast
balanced rocks
legendary lands

538 relaunch

You're drinking the wrong kind of milk...

For now, here in the United States, the best way to get milk with a higher-than-average A2 content is to buy it from a dairy that uses A2-dominant cow breeds such as the Jersey, the Guernsey, or the Normande. In Northern California, for example, Sonoma County's Saint Benoit Creamery specifies on its milk labels that it uses "pastured Jersey cows."

The heirloom A2 cow breeds tend to be hardy animals adapted to living on the open range and not producing a ton of milk, but what they do produce is comparatively thicker, creamier, and, many people say, a lot tastier than what you'll typically find at the supermarket.

top gear, british car show, ryley's new favorite thing to watch

Buddhist economics

emilia azcarate

free movies for apple users on United.

dont ask me why but i was just looking at the e.t. wikipedia page and i happen to notice a quote from a "perd hapley" among the critical response to the movie right after one from george will who panned it for "spreading subversive notions about childhood and science." guess the bowtie was wound a bit too tight that day.

anyway, what struck me about the name perd hapley was that it was the same as a fictional newscaster on parks and recreation, and with a few more taps of the keyboard it turns out that the quote was indeed a line of dialogue from the show and not as i momentarily considered that the character was named after a real person.

what was his insight into the movie, you ask?

"It's a heartwarming story, but it's just not believable."

he gave it 1 1/2 stars.

NJ to TESLA: Drop Dead