No Bill, NOW is the winter of our discontent
Made the Pho recipe from Stock Tips - delicious!
Curvilinear Flower Form
1959-64 The Marina City Complex | Architect: Bertrand Goldberg | The twin towers cost $36 million to build and were both the tallest residential buildings and the tallest reinforced concrete structures in the world. The complex was built as a city within a city, featuring numerous on-site facilities including a theatre, gym, swimming pool, ice rink, bowling alley, several stores and restaurants, and, of course, a marina. - Via: 1 | 2
RIP Harold Ramis. Wonderful writer/director/actor and northsider. My favorite memory of him is very personal. I took my 13 year old son and his friend to the opening night showing of Borat in downtown Evanston (it was rated R and they couldn’t get in without me). As we walked out of the theater Harold Ramis walked out with two boys of similar age. I looked over to him and said to Eli and Isaac - Borat would not have been made without that man’s films paving the way.
Eero Aarnio’s daughters, relaxing in his Bubble chair, 1968.
Put modestly, from the mid 17th century until the mid-20th century, the policy of our ancestral colonies, and the policy of this country, proceeded from this assumption. Perhaps the most amazing feature of our current era is the belief that 300 years of such policy gives no tell on our daily lives. The second most amazing feature is the belief that juries are somehow beyond reproach and capable of cleaning up our shit.
That is unfortunate. This is not about the jury, this is about our constitution. This is not about Michael Dunn, individually. This is not about George Zimmerman, individually. This is about me and you and everyone American we know. This is about whether we will live in candor or live in flattery. This is about whether we will continue the dishonorable tradition of leaving uncomfortable business to be inherited by our children