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Welcome to ObamaCare! Please, no stabbing | Notes and Errata by Mark Morford | an SFGate.com blog
Did you see? Just last week? The boisterous waving of signs, the cheering in the streets, humans actually yelling and stomping their feet in celebration of the Supreme Court's narrow, pinched decision over exhausted ol' health care reform, some celebrants literally weeping aloud that their sick child or cancer-stricken relative will now able to receive a small amount of basic care without bankruptcy or foreclosure or doom?
Terry Theise On the Price of Wine, Part 1 | Serious Eats: Drinks - Mobile Beta!"
The mobile version of Serious Eats: Drinks. Serious Drinks is a blog all about beer, wine, cocktails, spirits, coffee, tea, soda, and everything else you can sip, brought to you by the Serious Eats team. Learn how to brew your own beer, how to mix delicious cocktails, and where you can find the best drinks in your town.
The significance of plot without conflict
In the West, plot is commonly thought to revolve around conflict: a confrontation between two or more elements, in which one ultimately dominates the other. The standard three- and five-act plot structures-which permeate Western media-have conflict written into their very foundations.
The Surreal Forests of Romania | Colossal
These lovely, ethereal photos of mist-filled forests were captured by brothers Andrei and Sergiu Cosma of PhotoCosma who live and work in Romania. They plan trips together, light, shoot and process each image as a team, resulting in some truly remarkable perspectives.
Animal Footprint Shoes by Maskull Lasserre
By on "Outliers (Trace)" by Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre is a series of shoes that have been modified to leave realistic animal footprints. Lasserre has been using the shoes to leave animal tracks in cities in Canada and America since 2011. We recently posted about Lasserre's wonderful carved anatomical sculptures.
Facebook in sweet decline
Is it time? Are we about done with the hype and the bluster, the over-amped, OMG-what-has-happened-to-the-world amphetamine breathlessness? Can we get on with it, already? Did you hear? Facebook went public and nobody cared. Check that: Facebook went public alongside the most dizzying howl of orgasmic hype and "biggest-IPO-ever" mania imaginable and very quickly slumped, thudded, flopped around like an awkward fish in an insufferable hoodie.
John K's T-shirt commercial for Stussy
Stussy x John K. from Stussy on Vimeo. My pal John Kricfalusi (creator of Ren & Stimpy) made an animated commercial for his T-shirt designs that Stussy released today. I love John's animation work. I asked John to write a bit about the making of the commercial and here's what he had to say: A [...]
Ups and downs of A's 7-1 win over Rangers
Put the A's 7-1 victory over Texas at the Coliseum on Thursday in the lost-and-found department. That is, Oakland might have lost one outfielder for a while. Another outfielder at long last might have found his swing....
A's limit Brandon McCarthy in wake of DL stint
Brandon McCarthy was in cruise control against the Rangers on Thursday. Through seven innings, McCarthy had held his former team to three hits. He had struck out five, not issued a walk and set down the previous 11...
Bay Bridge FasTrak lanes not that fast with backup
The first FasTrak adopters remember how quickly they could speed through the Bay Bridge toll plaza in the mornings. Now, 12 years after the technology was introduced, all Bay Area bridges are pushing the electronic toll collection. On the Golden Gate Bridge, they're going so far as to get rid of human toll takers.
How to have your big gay moment
You don't get many of them, really, in your lifetime. Two or three? Maybe a half dozen, if you're lucky? I suppose it largely depends on the era you get to live in, its energy and pulse, its surfeit or shortage of joie de vivre. Also, who you get as president.