26 January 2011

omg looks like the party of the century.


toro y moi - still sound


am i sleepin'?
or just makin' believe?

thx erin baker!

mmmmmm pigeon forge.

did you know pigeon forge is the home to the world's dirtiest hotel, as voted by tripadvisor?
"If you are looking for a hotel with: pubic hair stuck to the bathroom floor in some unidentifiable, gelatinous liquid; chewing tobacco spit oozing down the halls and corridors; spiders actively making webs in every corner of your room; carpeting so greasy and dirty you wouldn't want to sit your luggage down - let alone walk around barefoot; dingy bedsheets and towels as rough and thin as sandpaper; and a room so putrid and smelly it causes a gag-reflex when you walk in... by all means, stay at The Grand Resort." (via)
dip spit. "sit your luggage down." ctm. don't worry. they just hired a maid.

thx midge!

"got some mail for you."

thx markie!

i'm sorry, what now?

scientists have discovered an eight-inch tall one-pound single-fingered dinosaur!!!

china's planning a megacity.

and it scares the pants off of me.
City planners in south China have laid out an ambitious plan to merge together the nine cities that lie around the Pearl River Delta.
The "Turn The Pearl River Delta Into One" scheme will create a 16,000 sq mile urban area that is 26 times larger geographically than Greater London, or twice the size of Wales.
The new mega-city will cover a large part of China's manufacturing heartland, stretching from Guangzhou to Shenzhen and including Foshan, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Zhuhai, Jiangmen, Huizhou and Zhaoqing. Together, they account for nearly a tenth of the Chinese economy.
Over the next six years, around 150 major infrastructure projects will mesh the transport, energy, water and telecommunications networks of the nine cities together, at a cost of some 2 trillion yuan (£190 billion). An express rail line will also connect the hub with nearby Hong Kong. (via)
they say it's population will be around 42 million.
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