Archive for January, 2017
Tags: Cesena, grunge, Italy, music video, Nirvana, Rockin'1000, Smells Like Teen Spirit, video
Tags: 1971, dead air, Dick Cavett, healthy, healthy eating, J.I. Rodale, Jerome Rodale, Mr. Organic, organic, untimely death, wtf
The name Jerome Rodale doesn’t have the same resonance today that it once did. At one time, the man media dubbed “Mr. Organic” was one of the most famous health advocates in the country, urging consumers to ignore the store aisles of increasingly processed food and to eat as many natural, whole foods as possible.
… Rodale was as advertised, and the two spent 30 minutes of Cavett’s 90-minute running time exploring Rodale’s plans to live to be 100.
…When Hamill came out, Rodale made room and shifted to another seat. After a few minutes, he appeared to lose consciousness. Though Cavett doesn’t recall it, he’s been told some people remember him asking Rodale if they were boring him.
Once Cavett realized what was happening, he began to shout for a doctor in the audience. Two medical interns rushed the stage, attending to a now-prostrate Rodale
Tags: comic sans, font, typeface, typography, video, Vincent Connare
Tags: Bahamas, beach, Exuma, piglet, porker, swimming pigs, tourism, travel, vacation, video
Tags: Asgardia, dual citizenship, Igor Ashurbeyli, Noosphere, space nation
Asgardia is a fully-fledged and independent nation, and a future member of the United Nations – with all the attributes this status entails: a government and embassies, a flag, a national anthem and insignia, and so on. Asgardia’s philosophical envelope is to ‘digitalise’ the Noosphere, creating a mirror of humanity in space but without Earthly division into states, religions and nations. In Asgardia we are all just Earthlings!
Apparently, this ‘space nation’ will exist on one, or more satellites, but no one will actually travel to space.(?) You can apply for citizenship HERE. If you are willing to give up a little personal info (name, birthdate, city and country), you will be assigned a Citizen ID number and a certificate suitable for printing.