Who says you have to wait to Halloween to dress in sausages!
Mr. Rosen, aged 103, dines out every evening at Manhattan’s top restaurants. He attributes his long life to this “therapy”….. and sleeping on his back.
Check out the article in the NYTimes.
Ever wonder what’s in this guy’s fridge?!
British artist Mishka Henner’s aerial photographs of Texas feed lots are disturbingly beautiful.
Ninety-seven percent of the beef consumed in the United States will have been “finished” on a feedlot: a vast and odoriferous empire of pens and troughs where up to 100,000 steers at a time spend the last three to six months of their short (12 to 18-month) lives gaining up to 4 pounds a day on a diet of corn, protein supplements, and antibiotics.
Digestion at such an industrial scale produces equally colossal amounts of manure. In Henner’s images, the swirling blood red and bilious greens of the feedlot waste lagoons threatens to overwhelm the ant-like cattle clustered on their desaturated brown and tan squares.
Strung up some chilies to dry
Watermelon is all over the runways….so on trend.
Happy National Donut Day!