He even does the robot!
Two of our favorites are featured here, Art Smith and Nate Appleman. We think both are fantastic at ANY weight and it’s good to see them getting healthier. But don’t despair, there’s a look into the past when they were quite a bit bigger, lest you think this piece is completely eye-candy free.
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Ok, so neither won Top Chef, but they’re both hot as can be anyway. Thanks to the submitter for these. I wish this Hardy Wallace would stop mugging for the camera, but he’s not too bad himself.
Wild Mook (think a cross between a book and and magazine) is a Japanese fanzine from the 1980s dedicated to American police culture. Love this quote via BoingBoing about the creator, Haruo Mizuno:
[Mizuno was] so obsessed with American cops that he actually managed to talk the NYPD and LAPD into letting him ride along with officers. This amazing book is but one of dozens he authored on the topic. None sum up the Japanese fascination with the American power aesthetic as much as this fetish-like pastiche of uniform, hamburgers, weapons, and mountains of french fries, though.
Thanks to the submitter for this one. Only truly great videos can bring us big burly bears and cured meat products, all while reminding us of one of our favorite quotes from Superbad. “You know how many foods are shaped like dicks? The best kinds!”
Piping hot and fresh from Time Out New York’s feature for foodies looking for a date, we have Artichoke co-owner Sal Basile, who is “looking for a girl who is going to fry meatballs every Sunday. My type has dark hair, is of medium height and not too skinny. She likes to get dressed up nice.“ Word. Are you a female admirer of husky hunks like Sal? You better leave a comment. [TONY]