Lunch routine with Felix Salmon in background.
So, I wasn’t entirely honest about “unfollowing” Eater NY… I just put them in an RSS folder called “ugh” so that I don’t have to look at them more than once a week if I’m doing anything better (sleeping, boozing, playing with cat, biking, reading books, walking around the block, trying out new sandwiches, etc.)
I’m leaving all my comments on other sites, of which there are plenty. Kind & thoughtful comments are nourishing to young hyperlocal blogs. Try it sometime.
Manny Ramirez hits first home run in Taiwan, announcers loses his mind
via Over The Monster
Your Friends’ Stats for September 2005
(based on number of check-ins, top 25 results only)
All My Dodgeball Checkins, September 2005
YOUR CHECK-INS (6)
Sat. Sep. 24
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Thu. Sep. 22
Tue. Sep. 20
Fri. Sep. 9
Tue. Sep. 6
Eh, I’m perfectly ok with this. The idea that some random dude, just by virtue of being first to the copyright office, should be able to have sole control of a slogan based on someone else’s name + accomplishments is pretty absurd on it’s face.
its not it’s.
Launching today: Curbed Ski, chronicling the great American ski towns.
Are These Your 2014 Sochi Medals—That Stack?
No official design has been announced by mother Russia, but TheRings stumbled upon this gem of an image today while stalking the Sochi mascots on tumblr (Team Hare). Could this sketch and design proposal be the 2014 Olympic medals? Guys…they’re stack-able, because that’s so incredibly important. The Winter Olympics ladies and gentlemen. The Winter Olympics…
Kudos to Eater for this fine piece of public service journalism, and for reminding us that while Sandy devastated the Northeastern United States over a month ago, many good places to eat still haven’t gotten back on their feet.