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In this way, CATS’ ads—all of which can still be seen on his campaign website—are both a delight and a perfect representation of the candidate they were designed to sell. They worked, even though they didn’t. They were expensive, but too knobby and odd to hold much of a polish. They failed, but they were baffling and wonderful.

CATS for New York, now and forever | Capital New York

if you ever wondered how many Brooklyn-based bookstores it takes to create a one minute make-out scene inside of a bookstore on Girls, the answer is confusingly: two.

GIRLS Asked DUMBO Bookstore To Curate Williamsburg Bookstore: Gothamist

Maybe there’s some muddled metaphor for America in that. Or maybe it’s only tempting to look for one because there’s such hunger for a hint of the way forward. Maybe it’s not a metaphor. Maybe we’re on our own. Maybe it’s just a macaque.

What’s a Monkey to Do in Tampa? - NYTimes.com

Since 2009, Yates estimates that he has gone after the animal on roughly 100 different occasions. The monkey was his white whale. He claimed to have darted it at least a dozen times, steadily upping the tranquilizer dosage, to no avail. The animal is too wily — it retreats into the woods and sleeps off the drug. A few times, the monkey stared Yates right in the eye and pulled the dart out.

What’s a Monkey to Do in Tampa? - NYTimes.com

Priceless, the 53 best obnoxious responses to misspellings on Facebook…

some times the old school defintion is so much cooler.

RT @awryone: Everybody should have a pregnant woman chase them at least once in their life.

— via BestAt

To the girl staring at the box I had on the subway, I didn’t mean it when I said “how else are you supposed to transport tarantulas?”

— via jeremymims

92YTribeca: Music. Film. Comedy. Talks. Classes. (via 92ndStreetY)


Are you ready grandma?? (via markbean )

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