dangerine
20something minneapolitan. music, writing, comedy, nostalgia and trainwreckery. hockey when in season. wino all the time. not from concentrate.
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FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE

Oh my god we have a national championship to play for how I who oh fuck I love hockey so much

zoomar:

New Dummy is Almost Human

Reggie’s excited to see you!

zoomar:

New Dummy is Almost Human

Reggie’s excited to see you!

sexpigeon:

Four years at least this subway sign has been advertising itself.

And now I’ve watched this like five times in a row, so reblogging should cleanse the palate of Midwestern provincialism.

Miss you.

stuffaboutminneapolis:

You’ve Been Playing “Duck, Duck, Goose” Wrong Your Whole Life
BREAKING NEWS: Your childhood was probably a lie.
As a youth in Minnesota, I was a sometime-participant in a playground game called “Duck, Duck, Gray Duck.” In it, a group of child humans would sit in a circle while another circled round them, tapping his peers upon the head, pronouncing them various colors of duck (i.e. “purple duck, blue duck, orange duck,” etc.) before choosing his prey, whom he’d tap on the head before yelling, “GRAY DUCK!” This child would then jump up and attempt to tag the caller before he ran fully around the circle and took the seat where The Gray Duck had been seated. If she didn’t, she was “it,” the new caller.
Playing it in our home state, most of us had no idea how very alone we were in our version of this simple, stressful game. But many of us would grow up, and leave home, even if just temporarily, and it’s there (the Non-Minnesota areas) we’d happen upon a startling discovery. If this is the first time you’re hearing about it, I’m sorry.
The entire rest of the country is playing this game wrong.
They are playing some abomination version called “Duck, Duck, Goose.”
Truth. Click the link to read the full article.

Minnesota homerism tires me out nearly all of the time, but, yes, obviously Gray Duck is the superior version of this childhood game. The best part was going off the board with fuchsia duck, cerulean duck, striped duck, etc. Guess who had a Crayola Big Box as a youth?

stuffaboutminneapolis:

You’ve Been Playing “Duck, Duck, Goose” Wrong Your Whole Life

BREAKING NEWS: Your childhood was probably a lie.

As a youth in Minnesota, I was a sometime-participant in a playground game called “Duck, Duck, Gray Duck.” In it, a group of child humans would sit in a circle while another circled round them, tapping his peers upon the head, pronouncing them various colors of duck (i.e. “purple duck, blue duck, orange duck,” etc.) before choosing his prey, whom he’d tap on the head before yelling, “GRAY DUCK!” This child would then jump up and attempt to tag the caller before he ran fully around the circle and took the seat where The Gray Duck had been seated. If she didn’t, she was “it,” the new caller.

Playing it in our home state, most of us had no idea how very alone we were in our version of this simple, stressful game. But many of us would grow up, and leave home, even if just temporarily, and it’s there (the Non-Minnesota areas) we’d happen upon a startling discovery. If this is the first time you’re hearing about it, I’m sorry.

The entire rest of the country is playing this game wrong.

They are playing some abomination version called “Duck, Duck, Goose.”

Truth. Click the link to read the full article.

Minnesota homerism tires me out nearly all of the time, but, yes, obviously Gray Duck is the superior version of this childhood game. The best part was going off the board with fuchsia duck, cerulean duck, striped duck, etc. Guess who had a Crayola Big Box as a youth?

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globochem:

Archigram - In Flight (Raw Club Mix)

Digging through side-project releases to complete my Daft Punk jump-off collection… This is my favorite track of the day or fortnight. I can’t stop going back to it. Do acquire these Crydamoure compilations (Waves & Waves II) if you like it…  

The original version of this track on the other album is also great. Obvs. 

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rebloggin so the rest of y’all can bask in these wonderful housey albums! SO GOOD.

I’ve had this song in my head off and on for twenty years but didn’t remember where it was from until last night.

Thanks, essay research.

midcenturymodernfreak:

The Guy who Built a 1970s Pan Am Airplane in his Garage

“Airplane Nerd” Anthony Toth spent more than 20 years and $100K building a partial replica of a 1970s Pan Am Boeing 747 in his Redondo Beach garage when he realized he needed to build an upper deck as well. So, he moved the setup to a 3,000 sq. ft. warehouse to store the structure. 

In his 20s, he worked for United Airlines, which bought decommissioned Pan Am planes. Anthony made sure he was there during the United rebranding to get his hands on anything that would have otherwise been tossed. He collected everything from Pan Am ice buckets, salt & pepper shakers to cocktail napkins.

Much of the actual plane is a former Japan Airlines 747 that Toth rescued from a Mojave Desert boneyard. When he finally unveiled his work to the local press, he hired real ex-Pan Am flight attendants to serve in-flight meals in their old uniforms as he played the sound of humming jets controlled by his iPad.

All he needs now is to hire John Travolta to fly the darn thing. - Via

I’ll never stop loving you, modernism.

Already the best part of 2014.
#CBCinMPLS

Already the best part of 2014.

#CBCinMPLS

I’m not even sorry.