Sunday, July 29, 2018

Sunday Links


The Extreme Cyclists of the Navajo Nation: For some Navajo, cycling offers a way to connect with their landscape and heritage.

Trullo M is a dream vacation property in Puglia.

Who said it; Friedrich Nietzsche or Janelle Monáe?

Film and Furniture - For design geeks, film nerds and furniture fans

The shirt that raises money to support gun control, made by a girl who misses her dad 

My Ultimate Facebook Post by Brook J. Sadler

Punta Caliza Isla Holbox, Mexico This looks like a lovely place to get away from it all...

Listen to Springsteen's darker, original "Born in the USA" 

A Guide to Delightful (and Sinister) Pop Culture Dollhouses Via

The World as Seen in Vintage Photos

The Trump Family 1869–2018 Three generations of plunder.

Abandonments from Above: Drone Photos of Spain’s Crumbling Architecture e.

Wacky Victorian Humour - “Is there anything you would like to do before I press the button?” said the warden of Sing Sing to the murderer in the electric chair. “Yes, your honor,” said the latter. “I would like to get up and give my seat to a lady.” Via

Lost Neil Young, Joni Mitchell Concert Recordings From 1968 Unearthed

A veterinarian explains what dog and cat years really mean 

An attack stole Mark Hogancamp's memories and left him near death. He sought refuge in Marwencol, a 1:6th-scale World War II-era town that he built in his backyard.Welcome to Marwen

Avocado-Themed Bus Serving 'Bottomless' Guac  “Guaclandia” is embarking on a tour of America this weekend.

The New York Times’s Very Detailed Map of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

 Outstanding in the Field: A single long table set in an extraordinary site. Via

The Life of Jean Seberg in Pictures : "Her every movement is graceful, each glance is precise. The shape of her head, her silhouette, her walk, everything is perfect." - François Truffaut

The American Nightmare Donald Trump’s campaign to deter illegal immigration by separating children and parents at the border began with an Easter morning tweet, after Fox and Friends showed a caravan of Central American families traveling through Mexico to escape gang violence at home. “NEED WALL!” he fumed.

Community Plumbing: A History of the Hardware Store: The hardware store holds (and organizes) the tools, values, and knowledges that bind a community and define a worldview.

Lovely drone footage of a massive Argentine salt flat 

The weird and wonderful American roadtrip with John Margolies

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