For publishing the best Tom Cruise movie since Top Gun.
Only one question: What’s that bubble-popping noise at 1:49? Ah, maybe it was just my mind exploding.
*One of my proudest accomplishments ever was introducing Nick to masamania when he came to Japan a few years back and asked for a few good links.
Well, more of the empty lot next door than our backyard, but hey, the important thing here is the cows, right?
If you’ve stuck around this blog since I made my move to Maha Sarakham, Thailand, you know that I’m somewhat obsessed with the flora and fauna surrounding me (whether I end up eating it or not), and I hope for the Cows in My Backyard series to become something of a time-honored tradition. So far, it’s only been a year or so. Here’s to more cows, and maybe even more backyards in the future.
This is one of the coolest ideas I’ve seen in a while:
“Bears, is a series of portraits of the most unusual sort: ordinary teddy bears that have been turned inside out and restuffed. Each animal’s appearance is determined by the necessities of the manufacturing process…”
Look how many views this vid has now!
Envisioned in 1933: Mechanical grocery store walks around the customer
Substitute raw fish and vinegared rice for the “groceries,” lose the wrapping option (mawarizushi is one of the few things the Japanese don’t wrap), and add self-pouring draft beer vending machines, and then you’ve got a recipe for a winner (that sounds a lot like Kura Zushi near KIX, but I digress)