It’s almost Thanksgiving, and while you have your hand stuck up a turkey’s butt, you may ask yourself, how much of this stuff would I need to fill my whole house? OK, maybe you’ve never thought about that, but if you start drinking a lot more, you may think about it. And if you do, there’s not a handy little calculator to help you figure it out. The number crunchers at Movoto did the leg work to try and answer this question for us. And they even broke down the details along with some examples below
San Fransisco based artist Hannah Rothstein has created a series entitled ‘Thanksgiving Special’ which takes a look at what a traditional Thanksgiving meal would look like if it was prepared by famous artists such as Van Gough, Picaso, and Warhol. The ingredients are all the same but the presentation is very different.
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Before it’s ill fated 1937 landing in Lakehurst, New Jersey, the Hindenburg was a flagship of a new luxury form of travel. It had already made numerous flights around Europe and a trip to Rio de Janeiro before that tragic evening in May. Since this was supposed to be super luxurious, it’s no surprise the inside was decked out. It’s not as swanky as the Titanic was, but it’s still infinitely better than flying coach on Spirit Airlines. These rare photographs show what the relaxing interior looked like
They may not be able to carry a lot, but these hamsters make really cute bartenders.
Twitter user Kawanabesatou has made a fun little hobby of building tiny intricate scenes for his hamsters then photographing them on the set. From serving beers to cutting up sushi, these little guys seem to be having fun.
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