skip your next martini and flex your mental muscles with caryl stern’s personal story about the 99%… add just 1 and watch 100% of royalties go directly to unicef. caryl is the president and CEO of the U.S. fund for UNICEF. read more here. buy it here. by uh
french dj gesaffelstein always keeps it dark ‘n’ stormy. nice song, great video and hey, you’d look pretty good in that jag xj6 around the 1:10 mark, dd
this burly man surely earns his keeps, his hand all wrapped up, shoulder in a sling, sleeves rolled up… all this to tie up some little pussy cat. by xy
“sounds like it’s the worst country in the world to be unlucky in.”
-our own kt’s take on american healthcare
our two favorite boys hanging in the white house! by uh
earlier today, in the dreary cabin in the middle of nowhere known as ts headquarters, we were discussing the differences between nikola tesla, thomas edison and their feuding. more specifically, the war of the currents. the subject came up following a series of paralleled conversations, particularly why there is a difference with 110 and 220 voltage in the united states and europe. basically, the system of three-phase alternating current electrical generation was invented by tesla, and he found that 60hz (cycles per second) was the best frequency for an AC (alternating current) power generation. tesla preferred 240 volts, which angered edison, whose DC (direct current) systems were 110 volts. our mindful kt then added that edison (in my opinion just a lucky inventor and by no means on the scientific level tesla was) had once electrocuted an elephant. we found the video, and if you haven’t seen it, it’s disturbing but historically present. i could go on about their differences, in hygiene and interpersonal skills, but we can leave that for another post on some other day. by sv
photographed by david paul larson. by dd
for all you infidels. by kt
beautiful drone flight videoing the city by pp.
what do the hypothetical they know, anyhow? monday morning cassavetes.
great article on blow-up by writer george porcari in cineaction magazine. a good read for any fan… i wish i had the transcript to post, but was not about to retype the whole thang. by xy