As a recovering football addict, all I want is for fans to stop deluding themselves about the sport I used to love
With pro and college football set to kick off this week, the official Season of Rationalization is upon us again. This is that…
Dang, it’s real pretty here 👋 oh and good mornin’ from my roof top tent
#Everydaydrivers (Crater Lake, OR)
A new project from Yale invites viewers to explore some 175,000 images of America in the 1930s and ’40s.
For a singular image of the Great Depression and the roughness of those years, it’s hard to do much better than Dorothea Lange’s 1936…
“We glorify a past that’s now unattainable, and that preservation seems to value it over future accomplishments. So, yes, I wanted to investigate my crowning athletic achievement. Just as much, though, I wanted to discover why I cared.”
In honor of the Little League World Series, Ross Kenneth Urken chases down a grand slam from his youth.
Some people might feel sorry for themselves in this situation
Puppy don’t care
Puppy’s got stuff to do
Puppy’s got places to be
Puppy’s got people to bark at and things to sniff.
Pup got it going on
“I realized that the way pit bulls are portrayed, even by photographers trying to make a difference, is always very harsh. The imagery associated with pit bulls is gritty, somber, highly contrasted, very urban. People want to portray them like badasses.”