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Lululemon: Why has The Post devoted so much coverage?

washingtonpostinnovations:

Q: Why is the WaPo so consumed with this case? Why are you not treating every lost life with such importance as you are with this one? Yes, a life was lost and that is tragic within itself, but what’s even more tragic is how the WaPo and the rest of the media plays up certain cases because of the zip code and skin color of the people involved. Many people are killed in this region every year, where is their coverage? — kdofour2000

Local blogger Katie Rogers has the answer on Ask the Post.

(Source: washingtonpostinnovations)

psychofactz:

Actually, the vending machines supposedly sell“schoolgirl underwear”. Back in 1993, the supposed used underwear sold for as much as US $50. They officially stopped selling these in 1993, but some of these machines apparently still exist. 

psychofactz:

Actually, the vending machines supposedly sell“schoolgirl underwear”. Back in 1993, the supposed used underwear sold for as much as US $50. They officially stopped selling these in 1993, but some of these machines apparently still exist. 

ourpresidents:

Office Parties
This photo from the Truman Library is of a Christmas party at the Department of the Interior.  Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Michael Straus hand out glasses of punch to staff. December 23, 1947.
from the Truman Library
Do you partake of punch at holiday office parties?

ourpresidents:

Office Parties

This photo from the Truman Library is of a Christmas party at the Department of the Interior.  Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Michael Straus hand out glasses of punch to staff. December 23, 1947.

from the Truman Library

Do you partake of punch at holiday office parties?

(Source: trumanlibrary.org)

glamour:

More cuteness from Doo.ri for Macy’s.

glamour:

More cuteness from Doo.ri for Macy’s.

rickwebb's tumblrmajig: On The Bubble

rickwebb:

Okay, a few more thoughts on this Chris Dixon article and whether it’s a bubble, since going and reading the article, I am surprised to see Dixon arguing that not only is it a safer bubble (private investors, discussed in my last entry) but that perhaps it’s not a bubble at all.

That, to me,…