Here’s a creative binge I had the other night
Looking at Yesterday And Today purely from a mercenary record-company perspective, the practice of slicing and dicing Beatles albums into more Beatles albums was a stroke of capitalistic genius.
Steven Hyden rails against the fake Beatles records that topped the U.S. charts.
Diet ideas: Eat whatever you want, and if anyone tries to lecture you about your weight, eat them too.
Sexy cyclist legs
Signs of a good ride. :)
Mile 107. Finished the last 30 miles after flying into the thorn bushes. Bike is okay and so am I. Mission accomplished. #hardenthefuckup / #montauk100 (credit: cycleangelo)
Sweet baby cheezus! My right knee is perpetually screwed up due to lots of biking and crashing. This guy is hard core ^^^
The five interlaced rings of the Olympic flag — blue, yellow, black, green, and red — Pierre De Coubertin said in 1931, represent “the five inhabited continents of the world, united by Olympism.” No continent (now region) is assigned a specific color. Perhaps that’s why graphic designer Gustavo Sousa intentionally chose not to provide a legend or key for the illustrations above.
In his illustrations, Mr. Sousa assigns each color of the Olympic rings to a specific continent and then pairs it with a variety of data sets: obesity, gun ownership, McDonald’s outlets, population, homicides, people living with HIV, military expenditures, Facebook users, number of Catholic priests, percentage of homes with televisions, to name a few. He requires the viewer to ponder, to reflect, to think, to make sense of the information.
As Mr. Sousa explained to Fast Company, “The rings represent healthy competition and union, but we know the world isn’t perfect. Maybe understanding the differences is the first step to try to make things more equal.”
~Trent Gilliss, senior editor
Having not ruined anything in a while, science has stepped up to inform you that the seemingly indestructible, impossibly advanced technology-wielding superhero known as Batman performs feats that are somewhat less than factually accurate, just in case you were enjoying them with your ignorance.
Oh, were you enjoying your suspension of disbelief and childlike wonder? Here, let science help with that.
Yes. Science wins again =]