Should You Run With a Hangover?

Should You Run With a Hangover?

Oscar Wilde was definitely onto something when he noted that, “alcohol, taken in sufficient quantities, may produce all the effects of drunkenness.” Unfortunately, sufficient quantities of alcohol usually also lead to a hangover, as a number of revelers are no doubt reminding themselves during this month of merrymaking. While hangovers are never fun, they’re a lot more bearable when your plans for the day don’t extend beyond lying on the couch and ordering pizza.

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Lights.com | Bulbs | LED Edison Bulbs | Cobble Hill LED T9 Vintage Edison Bulbs (E26), Single

LED Edison bulbs, we are so using these in combination with High West Whiskey bottles to light our bar area!

Inspired by turn of the century industrial lighting and Thomas Edison’s earliest electrical accomplishments, our Cobble Hill Bulb features a single tubular glass and brass bulb with energy-efficient LED filaments in a “hairpin” formation.

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The Shorts–Exit Strategy by The Dirtbag Diaries

A new “shorts” from the Dirtbag diaries my favorte podcast by a long long long shot!!

Three days from the end of the trip, I started to panic,” writes Emma Walker. “I still didn’t know what to do with my summer, let alone the rest of my life. Inspiration, as I’d imagined it, hadn’t struck. Now, I had to face the realization that I didn’t have an exit strategy. This had been it, and it would inevitably end.”

Mayor Cuts Down Man’s 30-Year-Old Tree, He Revenges Him In The Best Possible Way | Bored Panda

What would you do if the council ordered the death of one of your favorite trees, and then made you pay for it? That’s what happened to one man in Redondo Beach, California recently, but although he lost the battle, he most certainly won the war.

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The Greatest Grand Canyon Timelapse We’ve Ever Seen

Wow wow wow wow wow

Each year, millions of visitors flock to the Grand Canyon to witness its magnitude and sheer, awe-inspiring size. However, there’s a phenomenon that few people get to experience that’s called “cloud inversion.” Filmmaker and co-founder of the Skyglow Project, Harun Mehmedinovic says, “In what resembles something between ocean waves and fast clouds, the Grand Canyon is completely obscured by fog, making the visitors feel as if they are walking on clouds.” Kaibob Elegy is a part of Skyglow’s quest to explore the effects of light pollution on our wild spaces, and damn, it’s incredible.

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