Linkage

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Links |

A damn fine collection of hot girls – Leenks

All 54 Taco Bell Menu Items, Painstakingly Ranked – Thrillist

Take a couple of these before you drink and you will never get a hangover – Amazon

17th Century Letter Allegedly Written by Possessed Nun Decoded For the First Time – Ancient Origins

The hottest photos of the day – Caveman Afterdark

The Weird Strategy Dr. Seuss Used to Create His Greatest Work – James Clear

Emilia Clarke on Surviving Two Life-Threatening Aneurysms – New Yorker

How to move a masterpiece: the secret business of shipping priceless artworks – The Guardian

Nearly all Americans fail to eat enough of this actual superfood – VOX

Fastest wireless charger to both iPhone and Android – Amazon

Thicc Girls Are The Best Girls (nsfw) – Phun

The Free Movie Streaming Service You Probably Haven’t Heard Of –

Parkland Shooting Survivor Sydney Aiello Dies By Suicide – CBS

The 7-Eleven of the Future Is an Organic Hellscape of Turmeric Slurpees – Eater

Defrocked Jersey priest who molested boys now teaches kids English in Dominican Republic – NBC

GoFundMe Bans Anti-Vaxxers Who Raise Money to Spread Misinformation – The Daily Beast

A Russian ‘troll slayer’ went undercover at a troll factory and found that hundreds of Russians were working as paid trolls in rotating shifts – Business Insider

FDA approves ketamine nasal spray to treat depression – Gizmodo

Vladimir Putin signs sweeping Internet-censorship bills – ARS Technica

A burglar attempted to break into Tim Kennedy’s house – Instagram

Kara Del Toro Is Something Something – Hollywood Tuna

The Male G-Spot: 16 Things You Need To Know About Prostate Massage – Thought Catalog

Every McDonalds Touchscreen In Study Test Positive For Fecal Bacteria – Men’s Health

Instagram to block anti-vaccine hashtags amid misinformation crackdown – The Hill

Chicago Bear’s Khalil Mack Girlfriend Finally Identified – Sports Gossip

K-pop Singer Jung Joon-young was Arrested for Secretly Videotaping His Sexual Encounters – The Blemish

18 Women on the Very Specific Things That Make Them Horny – The Cut

Lady Gaga Topless by the Pool (nsfw) – The Slip

Heartwarming: When This Woman Lost All Her Life Savings At Herbalife, The Amway Community Welcomed Her With Open Arms – Clickhole

Yes, It’s All Your Fault: Active vs. Passive Mindsets – Farnam Street

He’s Been Paying His Girlfriend’s Rent & Now She Wants a Dog – Linkiest

Us : Movie Review – Gunaxin


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Caveman Approved Products Of The Week

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Products |

Easily the Best Hot Sauce Out There. The heat is not overwhelming but the flavor is incredible!

dirty dicks hot sauce

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The Dumping Grounds

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

funny memes and funny pictures

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A Few Videos Guaranteed To Make You Feel Better About Life

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Life |

The world needs more people like number 50

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A Few Photos To Remind You That Life Is Beautiful

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Life |

heartwarming photos

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Caveman’s Book Club: The Things They Carried

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Books |

the things they carried tim obrien

They shared the weight of memory. They took up what others could no longer bear. Often, they carried each other, the wounded or weak. They carried infections. They carried chess sets, basketballs, Vietnamese-English dictionaries, insignia of rank, Bronze Stars and Purple Hearts, plastic cards imprinted with the Code of Conduct. They carried diseases, among them malaria and dysentery. They carried lice and ringworm and leeches and paddy algae and various rots and molds. They carried the land itself—Vietnam, the place, the soil—a powdery orange-red dust that covered their boots and fatigues and faces. They carried the sky. The whole atmosphere, they carried it, the humidity, the monsoons, the stink of fungus and decay, all of it, they carried gravity. They moved like mules. By daylight they took sniper fire, at night they were mortared, but it was not battle, it was just the endless march, village to village, without purpose, nothing won or lost. They marched for the sake of the march. They plodded along slowly, dumbly, leaning forward against the heat, unthinking, all blood and bone, simple grunts, soldiering with their legs, toiling up the hills and down into the paddies and across the rivers and up again and down, just humping, one step and then the next and then another, but no volition, no will, because it was automatic, it was anatomy, and the war was entirely a matter of posture and carriage, the hump was everything, a kind of inertia, a kind of emptiness, a dullness of desire and intellect and conscience and hope and human sensibility. Their principles were in their feet. Their calculations were biological. They had no sense of strategy or mission. They searched the villages without knowing what to look for, not caring, kicking over jars of rice, frisking children and old men, blowing tunnels, sometimes setting fires and sometimes not, then forming up and moving on to the next village, then other villages, where it would always be the same. They carried their own lives. The pressures were enormous. In the heat of early afternoon, they would remove their helmets and flak jackets, walking bare, which was dangerous but which helped ease the strain. They would often discard things along the route of march. Purely for comfort, they would throw away rations, blow their Claymores and grenades, no matter, because by nightfall the resupply choppers would arrive with more of the same, then a day or two later still more, fresh watermelons and crates of ammunition and sunglasses and woolen sweaters—the resources were stunning—sparklers for the Fourth of July, colored eggs for Easter—it was the great American war chest—the fruits of science, the smokestacks, the canneries, the arsenals at Hartford, the Minnesota forests, the machine shops, the vast fields of corn and wheat—they carried like freight trains; they carried it on their backs and shoulders—and for all the ambiguities of Vietnam, all the mysteries and unknowns, there was at least the single abiding certainty that they would never be at a loss for things to carry.

The Things They Carried – Tim O’Brien


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The Daily Man-Up: Practicing to Become a Winner

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Man-Up |

Our habits are who we are and who we’re going to become.

Most of us, myself included, allow our weaknesses to become habitual.

We habitually watch too much TV. We habitually get distracted when we work. We habitually take days off from the gym. We habitually take the easy path, the path of avoidance, the path of excuses, of reasons not to work, to go the extra mile, to build something better than what we have.

Every day – and think about this with some real introspection – you’re training to become a winner or a loser.

Your habits are what you’re practicing. If you’re practicing focused, hard work on the things that matter, then you’re practicing winning.

If your habits are of avoidance of the things that are important, of laziness, of taking the easy road, then you’re practicing to be a loser.

The things you’re doing TODAY are a part of this training.

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Pretty Girls Make The World Go Round

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Compilation |

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Clinton Terry, A Blind Grappler Won Silver At This Year’s Pan-Ams

March 22, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Jiu-Jitsu |

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Huge congrats to Clinton Terry, a blind grapper from New Zealand for winning silver in his division at this year’s Pan-Ams. A few people in this Reddit post who trained with Clinton commeneted to give you some insight on how he trains and how he competes.

He does not start this way. I’ve watched him roll and rolled with him recently – no grips, no nothing. He shoots a lot of low singles and creates a long sweeping motion with his arm to catch something. Once he does, his grip, control, and pressure are incredible. Super happy for him.

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Linkage

March 21, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Links |

How To Get Better At Dirty Talk – GQ

3 Married Men on Taking Their Wife’s Last Name – The Cut

Easily the Best Hot Sauce Out There – Amazon

The hottest photos of the day – Caveman Afterdark

Drug Kingpin’s Collection Of Rare 90’s Sports Cars Is Up For Auction – Maxim

How Technology is Hijacking Your Mind — from a Magician and Google Design Ethicist – Thrive

I’m 14, and I quit social media after discovering what was posted about me – Fast Co

How to Find the Cheapest Flight Possible, Every Time – Outside

IG Model Elsie Hewitt is ridiculously hot (nsfw) – Phun

This Chair Keeps Your Spine Aligned And Eases Back Pain – Amazon

Opting Out of Vaccines Should Opt You Out of American Society – Scientific American

Japanese Live-Streamer Burns His House Down on Air (video) – Leenks

ISIS caliphate has crumbled and last stronghold liberated – Fox News

Japanese Researchers Are One Step Closer to Resurrecting Woolly Mammoths – Ancient Origins

The Quest To Acquire The Oldest, Most Expensive Book On The Planet – LitHub

We Got Our Hands On An HK G11, The Space-Age Rifle That Never Was – Popular Mechanics

Hundreds Of Motel Guests In South Korea Were Secretly Filmed And Live-Streamed Online – CNN

It’s Not Enough to Be Right—You Also Have to Be Kind – Medium

Girl Covered in Batter and other videos of the day – Drunken Stepfather

ImageIncrease The Value Of Your Professional Network By Befriending These Five Archetypes – Financial Samurai

An Oral History of the First Lollapalooza – Spin

The First Time I Was Paid for Sex, I Was Hooked – VICE

No joke: UFC Nashville’s Bryce Mitchell ‘should be dead’ after power tool tore his scrotum – Sports Gossip

Vivian Blush Spilling Out of a Black Dress (nsfw) – BB Blog

Anti-male bill in Georgia would require men to report every release of sperm – Brass Pills

Raw Vegan YouTuber Apologizes To Her Followers After She’s Caught Eating Fish –
Men’s Health

Half of U.S. Uber drivers make less than $10 an hour after vehicle expenses, according to a new study – Recode

The Ultimate Guide to 2019 Music Festivals – Thrillist

The Men WHo Live Off Alimony From Their Ex-Wives – Mel Magazine

April Bowlby hottest moments compilation (nsfw) – Celeb J


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