anthonybourdain:

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Americans love Mexican food. We consume nachos, tacos, burritos, tortas, enchiladas, tamales and anything resembling Mexican in enormous quantities. We love Mexican beverages, happily knocking back huge amounts of tequila, mezcal and Mexican beer every year. We love Mexican people—as we sure…

iworkinpr:

When someone schedules a meeting during lunch, but doesn’t actually order lunch

iworkinpr:

When someone schedules a meeting during lunch, but doesn’t actually order lunch

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“The bagels are terrible. …The city’s flat and ugly, and the air’s brown.”
PETE, love lettering Los Angeles, on Mad Men (via inothernews)
“If the intelligence, discipline, and hard work that Colbert invested in The Character can be brought to bear on revitalizing the variety show, then the polity’s loss may turn out to be the culture’s gain. If Colbert can truly reinvent the genre, if he has the freedom and the inclination to blow it up and build on the rubble, then perhaps The Character will not have died in vain.”
Hendrik Hertzberg on the end of “Stephen Colbert,” the faux-conservative pundit: http://nyr.kr/Q5cyW6 (via newyorker)

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iworkinpr:

When @Twitter goes down while you’re on deadline to send the client social media recommendations

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When @Twitter goes down while you’re on deadline to send the client social media recommendations

Are Malls Over?

newyorker:

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Amy Merrick on the history and demise of the traditional shopping mall: http://nyr.kr/1qtbn0G

“As any cubicle dweller knows, people like natural light and fresh air and, when deprived of them, feel oppressed. So do they feel alienated by those older malls, with their raw concrete, brutalist architecture and fretful, defensive air?”

Photograph by Brian Ulrich.