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High-grade 1952 Red Man Tobacco Complete Set

The first and arguably most popular of the four Red Man Tobacco issues, the 1952 set is one of the premier card issues of the hobby’s Golden Age.   382 more words


Is there a word for awareness of limitations?

Happy monday everyone!  This week, make sure you don’t bite off more than you can chew.  Your jaws will thank you for it.

Weird Death

I was watching clips from Conan and saw the next one set to play was Conan and Chris Hardwick talking about Joan Rivers. I know next to nothing about Joan Rivers, and though death makes me sad regardless of who it is, it brings a smile to my face a little when I hear people remember someone in a positive light. 362 more words

Lifehack: Perfectly Packaged Shiny

this upbeat slickness

this perfectly packaged shiny

this perkiness this template

this lifehack these instructions

do this!

for sale for sale

are sponsored by

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How Irony Is Ruining Our Culture

Irony is ruining our culture

Twenty years ago, Wallace wrote about the impact of television on U.S. fiction. He focused on the effects of irony as it transferred from one medium to the other.

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Musing & Research

Black Blank Billboard Canvas

The waves from rippling winds
Emphasize the four lane banner stretch

A rarely unrare sight
This refractory advertorial period
More eye-catching
More noticeable
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Subjectivity is a best seller.

Two sections are overloaded at practically every bookstore: “fiction” and “psychology.”