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thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day: Tired of Banksy? Subversive street artist Mobstr has surfaced in East London just in time.
[ianbrooks]

thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day: Tired of Banksy? Subversive street artist Mobstr has surfaced in East London just in time.

[ianbrooks]

(Source: thedailywhat)

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shortformblog:

afternoonsnoozebutton:

Students at students at a high school in Xiaogang City study with the help of of IV drips.

These photos were posted on a popular Chinese networking site last week. They show a group of high schoolers studying in their classroom for the Gaokao (national college entrance exam). An official has verified that the photo is legitimate. Source and verification here

Taking cramming to a new, pretty unsettling level. 

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siphotos:

Baseball’s top Latin American players — Felix Mantilla, Roberto Clemente, Tony Oliva, Cookie Rojas, Juan Marichal, Zoilo Versalles, Vic Davalillo and Leo Cardenas — pose before on the field before the 1965 All-Star game. (Herb Scharfman/SI)

siphotos:

Baseball’s top Latin American players — Felix Mantilla, Roberto Clemente, Tony Oliva, Cookie Rojas, Juan Marichal, Zoilo Versalles, Vic Davalillo and Leo Cardenas — pose before on the field before the 1965 All-Star game. (Herb Scharfman/SI)

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chitwoodandhobbs:

Junior
“When I was a [freshman] in HS, Junior Seau worked the Jay Fiedler Football camp and at the end of one of the days he challenged anyone to a 1 on 1. “Being one of the ‘big’ kids, I was volunteered by my buddies and went up in front of the whole camp to face this monster of a man. Shaking in my cleats, he gave me a wink before a coach gave the cadence. He let me pancake him. And he sold it too. “I can’t even tell you how good I felt at that moment; it changed me forever. The whole camp cheered for me, a chubby kid that didn’t know if he even liked football. From then on I was addicted. All thanks 2 this 10 time all-pro that felt like making some snot-nosed kid’s day. “Doesn’t seem like much but it meant a lot to me. Sorry for the essay just had to share. RIP Junior I’ll never forget what you did for me.” — Eric Olsen
@chitwoodhobbs

chitwoodandhobbs:

Junior

“When I was a [freshman] in HS, Junior Seau worked the Jay Fiedler Football camp and at the end of one of the days he challenged anyone to a 1 on 1.

“Being one of the ‘big’ kids, I was volunteered by my buddies and went up in front of the whole camp to face this monster of a man. Shaking in my cleats, he gave me a wink before a coach gave the cadence. He let me pancake him. And he sold it too.

“I can’t even tell you how good I felt at that moment; it changed me forever. The whole camp cheered for me, a chubby kid that didn’t know if he even liked football. From then on I was addicted. All thanks 2 this 10 time all-pro that felt like making some snot-nosed kid’s day.

“Doesn’t seem like much but it meant a lot to me. Sorry for the essay just had to share. RIP Junior I’ll never forget what you did for me.”

Eric Olsen

@chitwoodhobbs

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A History of the American Bachelor: Part I – Colonial and Revolutionary America
Brett & Kate McKay, artofmanliness.com
Many of you who read the Art of Man­li­ness are bach­e­lors. And if you’re mar­ried, well, you were a bach­e­lor once, too. Bach­e­lor­hood has become such an ingrained part of the male expe­ri­ence, that we usu­al­ly don’t give it too much though…

 Amer­i­cans have had con­flict­ing views about sin­gle men.  On the one hand, we’ve seen them as a threat to good soci­ety and stig­ma­tized bach­e­lors for not con­form­ing to tra­di­tion­al fam­i­ly life by putting off mar­riage. On the other hand, Amer­i­cans have cel­e­brat­ed bach­e­lors as paragons of Amer­i­can indi­vid­u­al­ism and inde­pen­dence and envied their free­dom.

A History of the American Bachelor: Part I – Colonial and Revolutionary America
Brett & Kate McKay, artofmanliness.com

Many of you who read the Art of Man­li­ness are bach­e­lors. And if you’re mar­ried, well, you were a bach­e­lor once, too. Bach­e­lor­hood has become such an ingrained part of the male expe­ri­ence, that we usu­al­ly don’t give it too much though…

Amer­i­cans have had con­flict­ing views about sin­gle men. On the one hand, we’ve seen them as a threat to good soci­ety and stig­ma­tized bach­e­lors for not con­form­ing to tra­di­tion­al fam­i­ly life by putting off mar­riage. On the other hand, Amer­i­cans have cel­e­brat­ed bach­e­lors as paragons of Amer­i­can indi­vid­u­al­ism and inde­pen­dence and envied their free­dom.

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tristanwhite:

Core values, the 3-5 behaviours that define a company culture, are a critical part of any long term vision.

At The Physio Co our four core values are described in detail on page three of our Painted Picture of 2012. One entire page of this six page vision is dedicated to our core…

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sportsnetny:

“We’re going, going, back, back to Cali, Cali!” - NY Giants locker room celebration 

(Giants.com)

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writethefuture:

12.25.2011

12:45 AM

Not expecting to wake up and unwrap any objects. If there is something, that’s dope but my gifts are already plentiful.

My last few Christmases have been rooted in the struggle. I grew up a spoiled middle-class kid lusting this holiday. One year I actually rejected an…

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