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ONE: Contextual Advertising.  How could it go wrong? I guess, hypothetically, adding a police recruitment tag to a video of a cop kicking a teenage girl.

TWO: Ok, as someone who recently purchased a pair of tight, bright-red levis and clear lens way-farers, I can confidently confirm that this article correctly predicts future hipster trends.  Or not, whatever, I could care, right? (h/t the super sweet Stuff Hipsters Hate.  I love Tumblrs [Tumbls?])

THREE: Finally. Yacht Rock. Yes.

Kenny Loggins, you get in the fucking back of the group.  This is my picture.

Kenny Loggins, you get in the fucking back of the group. This is my picture.

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I just left an elevator in a big important company building. They had a flat screen tv in the elevator. One side of the screen was recapping the Washington D.C. train tragedy. The other side of the screen was showing a trailer for “The Taking of Pelham 123” a movie about a group of criminals that hijack a subway train with the intention of crashing it.

Whoops.

So, I don’t want to insult our readers.  All 3 of them are really nice.  But I have to mention this.  As Webmasters of this blog (and the universe and Spiderman) we are privy to the google searches that have led people to this blog.  Eighty percent of said searches have been some variation of “yellow teeth mom secrets” landing them here.  But lately, there have been some other, more disturbing searches.  I made a herpes joke here.  I suppose it was only a matter of time before that led to us receiving a page view from the Most Awesome Search Ever:

“mild case of herpes”

I sure hope that qualifier is warranted my friend.  Good luck, and Godspeed.

Who has two thumbs (one in working order, the other jammed all to heck) and is taking a 15 hour overnight bus ride to Las Vegas tomorrow?  This guy:

Microsoft Paint arrow indicating spaceman, not female Mario

Microsoft Paint arrow indicating spaceman, not female Mario

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The consistently awesome and helpful My Open Bar (.com) just sent me an e-mail to tell me they are closing down the San Francisco list, due to the recession (and, I imagine, its hard to make money when your business model is telling people to swarm art shows and drink up their free wine).  But seriously, this site came through in providing a nightly guide to the cheapest/free-est booze in the City and I am sad to see it go.  It still operates for LA (and New York, Chicago, and Honolulu – who cares) at la.myopenbar.com

Mixed emotions? On the one hand I have to scavenge free booze using only my intuition.  On the other hand I’m no longer the guy on an e-mail list catering exclusively to those who order their lives around which crappy bar is serving pbr for under a dollar.

Lose-lose?