February 15, 2014
Male privilege: even the post-workout snacks are better. High-protein chocolate shake.

Male privilege: even the post-workout snacks are better. High-protein chocolate shake.

February 14, 2014
Maybe if we stop telling it it’s pretty it will go away.

Maybe if we stop telling it it’s pretty it will go away.

February 8, 2014
Couples who read together don’t really talk a lot because we’re reading, dammit.

Couples who read together don’t really talk a lot because we’re reading, dammit.

February 4, 2014
Sometimes I like snow.

Sometimes I like snow.

January 23, 2014
theatlantic:

The Case for An Awesome, Old-School, Cold-Weather Super Bowl

It would seem, at first glance, that the NFL has done something "asinine" in its planning for Super Bowl XLVIII. For the first time ever, the game will be played in a cold-weather city, in an open-air venue—MetLife stadium in the Meadowlands—and by putting the Super Bowl in the New York-New Jersey metro, some say, the league may have turned their biggest event into the world’s biggest mess.
Last year’s Super Bowl MVP, Joe Flacco, called the decision stupid. Terry Bradshaw hates the idea. Columnists from CBS and ESPN have objected as well. But while bad weather would be a nightmare for people traveling to the game, and while it might make for a nasty afternoon inside the stadium, a Super Bowl in bad weather would be a delight for everyone else—a gloriously gritty, sloppy spectacle of old-school football.
Read more. [Image: Julio Cortez/AP]


"So, sure, maybe Super Bowl week in New York won’t have the sun and fun of warmer climes. Maybe getting to the game will be a mess, and the glitterati fans will be miserable. Big deal. Let the celebrities shiver and the (literally) fair-weather fans stay home. And let the team that adapts the best to nasty conditions win ugly. That, after all, is what football is supposed to be about."

theatlantic:

The Case for An Awesome, Old-School, Cold-Weather Super Bowl

It would seem, at first glance, that the NFL has done something "asinine" in its planning for Super Bowl XLVIII. For the first time ever, the game will be played in a cold-weather city, in an open-air venue—MetLife stadium in the Meadowlands—and by putting the Super Bowl in the New York-New Jersey metro, some say, the league may have turned their biggest event into the world’s biggest mess.

Last year’s Super Bowl MVP, Joe Flacco, called the decision stupid. Terry Bradshaw hates the idea. Columnists from CBS and ESPN have objected as well. But while bad weather would be a nightmare for people traveling to the game, and while it might make for a nasty afternoon inside the stadium, a Super Bowl in bad weather would be a delight for everyone else—a gloriously gritty, sloppy spectacle of old-school football.

Read more. [Image: Julio Cortez/AP]

"So, sure, maybe Super Bowl week in New York won’t have the sun and fun of warmer climes. Maybe getting to the game will be a mess, and the glitterati fans will be miserable. Big deal. Let the celebrities shiver and the (literally) fair-weather fans stay home. And let the team that adapts the best to nasty conditions win ugly. That, after all, is what football is supposed to be about."

January 21, 2014
Ok Mother Nature, explain yourself.

Ok Mother Nature, explain yourself.

January 21, 2014
Hot cocoa kinda day at #5Loom #emp

Hot cocoa kinda day at #5Loom #emp

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January 19, 2014
Let’s go #Broncos & #Seahawks. See you next year, Giants.

Let’s go #Broncos & #Seahawks. See you next year, Giants.

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Filed under: broncos seahawks 
January 11, 2014
Little sis is turning 21 tonight. Naturally I’ll have to document every embarrassing moment of it. @ursprinz

Little sis is turning 21 tonight. Naturally I’ll have to document every embarrassing moment of it. @ursprinz

January 11, 2014
2 out of 3 ☑️

2 out of 3 ☑️

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