The 20 Worst Lyrics Ever (from bostonblueeyes.com): reblogged travors - some of these are so bad they’re genius.


reblogged from beenthinking:

Have you heard about the photos published today, allegedly proving the existence of a completely uncontacted, remote indigenous tribe? Kraabel and I are debating it and I smell a rat. A war painted, loin cloth clad, arrow pointing rat.  Not that I don’t love the idea of a “lost tribe” in the darkest jungle where Brazil melts into Peru. I do -I love it.  But this….it just feels so contrived, too convenient…especially when presented by an agenda-laden South American government.

As K even admits, “It’s all a little ‘The Gods Must be Crazy.’”

TV: I admit, it seems too odd to be real…either way, it’s interesting…either it’s an unfound tribe or an elaborate hoax, either is intriguing.

Tips For Dealing With Information Overload: Some good ideas here…


 reblogging from bg5000 from thisrecording:

TV: Mariah Carey throwing out the first pitch at a Japanese baseball game. This is simultaneously the best and worst first pitch I have seen.


reblogging bullshit:

Good god! Bill Cosby is auctioning off some of his famous sweaters for charity on eBay! http://www.ebay.com/cosby

TV: It’s probably good that I didn’t win the lottery when I see stuff like this…

A Tiny Fruit That Tricks the Tongue (New York Times):

reblogging onemoretimewithfeeling:

“At flavor-tripping parties, guests find that miracle fruit makes everything sweet.”

TV: This seems too weird to be real, but there it is in the NYT


Reblogging from craig via travors

 

reblogging craig: Used Rainbows | via ljplus.ru

In Defense of Food

In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto by Michael Pollan

This book could change the way you eat- or at least think twice before you pop open that next tube of GoGurt. Pollan lloks at the Western diet and our obsession with “nutritionism”- and why the food industry pushes nutrient specific foods yet we’re all so unhealthy. He gives guidance on how to eat simply “Eat Food. Not Too Much. Mostly Plants.” and elaborately nicely on how to do so, with some simple tips. While the book may come off a little preachy and one-sided for those not ready to admit they could/should be eating better, it’s a well-thought treatise for those who want to improve their diets. ( )

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