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Today’s Random Crap Sandwich Filling:

Pork Chorizo + 3 Eggs + 1/2 an avocado + cilantro pesto + sauté = huh

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When you bring a condom to a knife fight:



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Katamari No-Emcee album mashes up Katamari with hip-hop

Katamari No-Emcee, a new album from electronic artist Timothy Jacques aka Team Teamwork that remixes the Katamari soundtrack with hip-hop tracks, is now available from VibeDeck and SoundCloud.

The nine-track album features remixes of tracks from a variety of artists including Busta Rhymes, DMX and Death Swing. The full tracklist is presented below. Team Teamwork’s previous mashes of hip-hop and video game tunes includes Vinyl Fantasy 7 and Ocarina of Rhymes, which you can check out on his official website.

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July 14th 1789: Storming of the Bastille

On this day in 1789, French revolutionaries stormed the Bastille fortress in Paris. This event came towards the beginning of the French Revolution which led to the toppling of the monarchy and execution of King Louis XVI. The dramatic events at the Bastille were precipitated by the King’s refusal to approve the reorganisation of the Estates-General, a general assembly designed to represent the clergy, the nobles and the common people. In response to fears of a counter-attack by the King’s forces, revolutionaries planed to seize the weapons in the Bastille. The prison was lightly guarded and the revolutionaries were able to force their way through and the ensuing violence led to the surrender of the defenders. The Bastille was where the French monarchy held their opponents, including figures like the mysterious ‘Man in the Iron Mask’ from 1670 to 1703, and so the mob also released the seven prisoners held there. The Bastille had represented ironclad royal authority and its fall was a major turning point in the revolution. After the Bastille the revolution escalated, with the passage of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and abolition of feudalism in August. A republic was declared in 1792 and the King was beheaded in January of the next year. For its prominent role in the French Revolution, this day is commemorated in France as a public holiday, Bastille Day.

"Is this a revolt?"
"No Majesty, this is a revolution
- supposed conversation between Louis XVI and adviser Duc de Liancourt after the storming of the Bastille
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Just a rough sketch of an exchange I had in my head:

What is the purpose of life?

Life is the answer to that question.

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on the road

goin out west


on the road

goin out west

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