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Nov 7

lonelysandwich:

Knock

Knock on your iPhone to unlock your Mac. Even from your pocket. It is not more complicated than that. To experience it feels nothing short of magic. You’re like what? No. What?

I love this app and I made this video.

nedhepburn:

nevver:

Headline Absurdity

I reblogged nevver three times in a row which I think is gay marriage? 

nedhepburn:

nevver:

Headline Absurdity

I reblogged nevver three times in a row which I think is gay marriage? 

(John Wanye) gave me advice, like: (…) “Never wear suede shoes, because one day, Michael, you’ll be taking a piss, and the guy next to you will recognize you, and he’ll turn toward you and say, ‘Michael Caine!’ and piss all over your shoes.” I couldn’t make this sh*t up.

- Michael Caine sharing advice he received from John Wayne

At Castro Theatre

HBO Premier of Liberace biopic, “Behind the Candelabra.” – at Castro Theatre – See on Path.

Make up your mind! – View on Path.

Make up your mind! – View on Path.

2002-2010 saw 17 616 penile injuries due to zipper mishaps…ziphaps. Please, wear pants with button fly closures. If not for yourself, for the ones you love!

- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23490164?dopt=Abstract

The largest side effect of a congested inbox is the overwhelming feeling of dread and discouragement that comes with hundreds of messages waiting for you.

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I know this is true. I spent 2009 getting really good at finding the right way to manage this part of my life. Do it and you’ll sleep SO MUCH BETTER at night.

Master Your Email - Day 21 of the Valet Handbook, Volume Five.

@honorthytailor:

"I’ve been to CES twice. I didn’t go this year, but I would LOVE to go to Pitti."

@honorthytailor:

"I’ve been to CES twice. I didn’t go this year, but I would LOVE to go to Pitti."

(Source: breathnaigh)

It’s a Pitti that @JesseThorn is such a GENIUS!
Please Read: @putthison's

Nine SPREZZY STYLES Predicted By Our Experts!
Put This On’s Ultimate Sure-Thing Guide to Pitti Uomo Accessories
Every year, the menswear cognoscenti converge on Florence, Italy for an orgiastic style gorge-a-thon called Pitti Uomo. They’re always certain to bring their finest “duds,” and it’s a great place to spot the hottest emerging trends.
But why follow trends when you can make them? We’re not going to Pitti Uomo this year, because we have jobs and live in the real world with normal people, but we came up with some great ideas for future Pitti accessory trends! Check them out,  and soon you’ll be the coolest guy at the trade show!
Crampons. Leave one strap undone, just like Gianni Agnelli would have, had he worn fashion-oriented mountaineering gear.
Swords. Sabres, foils, epees, scimitars, who gives a shit? Swords!
Underpants. But they’re orange and you wear them over your pants.
Hobo Hats.The kind where the top is flipping up like the lid of a can of beans. 
AquaSox. But you wear them as earrings.  (These should be orange.)
Ice Cream Tie. Neopolitan.
Cigarette Holders. Super-long ones. Like Cruella De Ville.
Dalmatian-Fur Jackets. Also like Cruella De Ville.
Tiaras. Because this is your day.
Pocket squares. But they’re made out of cocaine. Also, they’re orange.
(Photo via GQ)

It’s a Pitti that @JesseThorn is such a GENIUS!

Please Read: @putthison's

Nine SPREZZY STYLES Predicted By Our Experts!

Put This On’s Ultimate Sure-Thing Guide to Pitti Uomo Accessories

Every year, the menswear cognoscenti converge on Florence, Italy for an orgiastic style gorge-a-thon called Pitti Uomo. They’re always certain to bring their finest “duds,” and it’s a great place to spot the hottest emerging trends.

But why follow trends when you can make them? We’re not going to Pitti Uomo this year, because we have jobs and live in the real world with normal people, but we came up with some great ideas for future Pitti accessory trends! Check them out,  and soon you’ll be the coolest guy at the trade show!

  • Crampons. Leave one strap undone, just like Gianni Agnelli would have, had he worn fashion-oriented mountaineering gear.
  • Swords. Sabres, foils, epees, scimitars, who gives a shit? Swords!
  • Underpants. But they’re orange and you wear them over your pants.
  • Hobo Hats.The kind where the top is flipping up like the lid of a can of beans.
  • AquaSox. But you wear them as earrings.  (These should be orange.)
  • Ice Cream Tie. Neopolitan.
  • Cigarette Holders. Super-long ones. Like Cruella De Ville.
  • Dalmatian-Fur Jackets. Also like Cruella De Ville.
  • Tiaras. Because this is your day.
  • Pocket squares. But they’re made out of cocaine. Also, they’re orange.

(Photo via GQ)

Jan 8
putthison:

We’d like to take a moment to acknowledge the passing of Huell Howser, a California broadcasting legend and a great inspiration to Put This On.
Huell hosted a number of public television shows here in SoCal, and was known for the compelling nature of his simple productions. Usually, it was just Huell and a microphone, marveling at the wonder of California. His catchphrase (entirely sincere and unmanufactured) was: “that’s amaaaaaaazing!’
We invited Huell to our first-ever public screening, and to our surprise, he came. A roar went through the crowd when he walked through the door: the man was the very definition of beloved.
Huell offered us some much-appreciated compliments on our pilot episode, and even invited Adam to lunch (at a secret LAPD diner) to talk movie-making. I talked with him a few times on the phone about our business models - he was excited to be moving his shows into he 21st century and was proud of young creators like us forging new paths to independent content creation.
From my experience, the Huell Howser you saw on screen was a wonderful reflection of the man in life. He was smart, charming, and immensely appreciative of the world (and people) around him.
We could all stand to be a bit more like Huell.

putthison:

We’d like to take a moment to acknowledge the passing of Huell Howser, a California broadcasting legend and a great inspiration to Put This On.

Huell hosted a number of public television shows here in SoCal, and was known for the compelling nature of his simple productions. Usually, it was just Huell and a microphone, marveling at the wonder of California. His catchphrase (entirely sincere and unmanufactured) was: “that’s amaaaaaaazing!’

We invited Huell to our first-ever public screening, and to our surprise, he came. A roar went through the crowd when he walked through the door: the man was the very definition of beloved.

Huell offered us some much-appreciated compliments on our pilot episode, and even invited Adam to lunch (at a secret LAPD diner) to talk movie-making. I talked with him a few times on the phone about our business models - he was excited to be moving his shows into he 21st century and was proud of young creators like us forging new paths to independent content creation.

From my experience, the Huell Howser you saw on screen was a wonderful reflection of the man in life. He was smart, charming, and immensely appreciative of the world (and people) around him.

We could all stand to be a bit more like Huell.