Fatal Fellatio by Dennis Eichhorn
There’s a tendency to get caught up in the tasks of our day, the urgency of what’s coming up, the distractions of being online.
And we forget to smile.
In the rush of the day, the stress of wanting things to happen a certain way, we lose the enjoyment of each moment.
In every moment, there’s the capacity for happiness. It’s not that we need to be ecstatic, full of pleasure, excited or even joyous each and every second of the day. Who needs that kind of pressure? And it’s not that we can never feel sadness or anger or stress. It’s that we can feel happiness, in some form, any moment we like, even in the midst of stress or sadness.
And it’s exceedingly simple. We just need to remember to smile.
You can smile in each and every moment.
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Just a pool, disguised as a pond, with a trampoline instead of a diving board.
These pools have a natural filtration system that run based on the plants that are in the pool that give the water nutrients that allow it to not only be crystal clear, but you are also able to drink the water because it becomes so clean. And the best part is that once the initial filtration system is installed and calibrated, it maintains itself and eliminates the need for chlorine or constant maintenance like salt water pools.
Death Cab For Cutie are celebrating the tenth anniversary of their stunning fourth studio album, Transatlanticism, by performing it live in its entirety at the Bumbershoot music and arts festival in Seattle, September 1. Above is a live version of the title track which has become the quintessential closer at DCfC live shows.
Musicians in their studios
The Wire posted a small photo gallery of electronic and avant-garde musicians and their studios
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Oreo celebrates 100th birthday with animated typography treat!
As one of America’s favourite cookies celebrates its momentous birthday, the brand has created a special commercial that highlights your inner child. The ‘Wonderfilled’ campaign is part of a year-long celebration of Oreo’s birthday with the theme ‘celebrate the kid inside.’
Created by Virginia-based Martin Agency. This first commercial asks if unpleasant characters would be transformed into a better person if they were to be offered an Oreo.