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    Week 4 vs. Carolina: 7 catches on 10 targets for 139 yards and 2 TDs.

    Don’t ever fuck with Steve Smith Sr.

    Black Widow | Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora

    goodsie:
Strolby featured on The Daily Beast
The Daily Beast recently interviewed the bright and creative Goodsie storeowner Lara Fitch. As the founder of Strolby, an online marketplace for local Brooklyn and Hudson Valley boutiques and original Marfa artisans, Lara shares details about her company’s culture and what inspires her, along with highlights from her past and her favorite neighborhood hangouts. Learn more and shop the diverse collection at Strolby.com.

    goodsie:

    Strolby featured on The Daily Beast

    The Daily Beast recently interviewed the bright and creative Goodsie storeowner Lara Fitch. As the founder of Strolby, an online marketplace for local Brooklyn and Hudson Valley boutiques and original Marfa artisans, Lara shares details about her company’s culture and what inspires her, along with highlights from her past and her favorite neighborhood hangouts. Learn more and shop the diverse collection at Strolby.com.

    pile: BURNER

    No Flex Zone (Remix) | Rae Sremmurd, Nicki Minaj & Pusha T

    http://rap.genius.com/Nicki-minaj-no-flex-zone-remix-lyrics

    The $100 million sale price highlights the struggles of print media companies in the digital age. In 1999, Condé Nast purchased the Fairchild assets from Disney for $650 million.
    Condé Nast to Sell Fairchild Fashion Media for $100 Million - NYTimes.com
    Sochi Olympic Site Looks Like A Ghost City 6 Months Later - Business Insider
"The Sochi Olympics cost $51 billion. A good chunk of that went toward building the mountain cluster. The Russian government spent $8.7 billion on a 31-mile road and railway system to connect Krasnaya Polyana to the coastal neighborhood of Adler."

    Sochi Olympic Site Looks Like A Ghost City 6 Months Later - Business Insider

    "The Sochi Olympics cost $51 billion. A good chunk of that went toward building the mountain cluster. The Russian government spent $8.7 billion on a 31-mile road and railway system to connect Krasnaya Polyana to the coastal neighborhood of Adler."

    So while Qatar plays a high-stakes game of Sim City using slaves, our only hope is FIFA is pressured (or bribed) to leave Qatar before thousands more die to build some spoiled dude’s paradise city.
    2022 World Cup Final To Be Played In City That’s Currently Not Real
    Since weed legalization, Colorado has seen the number of highway fatalities on the state’s roads drop to nearly their lowest point in history. The Washington Post’s “opinion blog on civil liberties and the criminal justice system,” The Watch, has the story, claiming that not only are year-over-year averages down, but that in so far in 2014, highway fatalities are below a 13-year average.
    Colorado motorist fatalities near historic lows since marijuana legalization passed - Autoblog

    Flawless (Remix) | Beyonce Starring Nicki Minaj

    http://rap.genius.com/Beyonce-flawless-remix-lyrics

    streeter:

1997
"Could I get all the graphic designers in the conference room, please? First of all, welcome to a little company we’re calling GoDaddy.com. What we do here is sell people domain names over the world wide web. What’s that? Why didn’t we choose a name like ‘DomainName.com’ or ‘Domain.com’ or ‘Website.com’ or ‘any other name because it’s 1997 and all of them are available?’ Good question. Well number one, you’re fired. And number two, because none of those names convey what we’re all about here: cool-i-tude. That’s a new word I just made up - actually, Trish, can you register ‘coolitude.com’ for me? Thanks. Now, on to something more important. Let’s talk about a logo. We want something that represents cool-i-tude. Maybe a guy? Think coffeehouses, which, this being 1997, are very popular at the moment. But the people there don’t serve coffee. They serve Java. That’s what they call it because they’re cool. Think of a guy who would know the Spin Doctors. Personally. What’s that? Does he wear sunglasses? Uhh no. He wears shades, daddy-o. Maybe he’s hot, too. Hot from all the cool ideas in his head. What kind of style should we draw him in? Hmmm, good question. Maybe ‘Shitty Keith Haring?’ OOH, wait, I’ve got it! You guys know Pablo Picasso’s painting Guernica? Yeah, the one that shows the aftermath of a German Luftwaffe bombing during the Spanish Civil War with all the distorted faces of humans and animals crying out in pain. OK, so imagine if Picasso had also painted one of the German pilots. He’d be pretty happy, right? A job well done, right? He’s flying his Messerschmidt back to base with a little smirk on his face because even though war might be hell, at least he did a good job today. They might even give him a star or somethin-OOH, he should just have a star on him, too, right? Yeah, why not, right? Cool-i-tude. OK, I think that’s enough to get you all started. Come by when you have a logo ready to present. I’ll be working with our web developers in an attempt to create the most confusing checkout process imaginable.” 

    streeter:

    1997

    "Could I get all the graphic designers in the conference room, please? First of all, welcome to a little company we’re calling GoDaddy.com. What we do here is sell people domain names over the world wide web. What’s that? Why didn’t we choose a name like ‘DomainName.com’ or ‘Domain.com’ or ‘Website.com’ or ‘any other name because it’s 1997 and all of them are available?’ Good question. Well number one, you’re fired. And number two, because none of those names convey what we’re all about here: cool-i-tude. That’s a new word I just made up - actually, Trish, can you register ‘coolitude.com’ for me? Thanks. Now, on to something more important. Let’s talk about a logo. We want something that represents cool-i-tude. Maybe a guy? Think coffeehouses, which, this being 1997, are very popular at the moment. But the people there don’t serve coffee. They serve Java. That’s what they call it because they’re cool. Think of a guy who would know the Spin Doctors. Personally. What’s that? Does he wear sunglasses? Uhh no. He wears shades, daddy-o. Maybe he’s hot, too. Hot from all the cool ideas in his head. What kind of style should we draw him in? Hmmm, good question. Maybe ‘Shitty Keith Haring?’ OOH, wait, I’ve got it! You guys know Pablo Picasso’s painting Guernica? Yeah, the one that shows the aftermath of a German Luftwaffe bombing during the Spanish Civil War with all the distorted faces of humans and animals crying out in pain. OK, so imagine if Picasso had also painted one of the German pilots. He’d be pretty happy, right? A job well done, right? He’s flying his Messerschmidt back to base with a little smirk on his face because even though war might be hell, at least he did a good job today. They might even give him a star or somethin-OOH, he should just have a star on him, too, right? Yeah, why not, right? Cool-i-tude. OK, I think that’s enough to get you all started. Come by when you have a logo ready to present. I’ll be working with our web developers in an attempt to create the most confusing checkout process imaginable.” 

    The resumption of violence was the latest example of just how disconnected Kerry’s whirlwind diplomatic efforts have been from the combatants he’s trying to get to stop fighting. The Israeli government has been particularly vocal in its criticism of Kerry’s peacemaker attempts. But in the Palestinian camps, there has been public discontent, too.
    Inside the Kerry-Israel Meltdown - The Daily Beast
    I was there,” Doug Collins will tell you. “We need to stop comparing people to Michael Jordan. We are NEVER seeing that again.
    God Loves Cleveland «