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Things to do for May 09, 2013
Angelina Jolie, Don Draper and Hot Sauce
The weekend’s mother taught it everything it knows.
A Ludicrously Handsome Dominoes Set
Dominoes. You know that game. You take some high-design, hand-cast concrete tiles designed by Billy Reid and make cool patterns out of them. Actually... that’s just this dominoes set. Which you can now preorder before they debut at Design Week. And just in time to learn how to play.
Just Some Wonderfully Tasty Hot Sauce
You appreciate a good well-spiced condiment. You also appreciate things made solely from the freshest product in Oregon by an ex-Army chef. And since these hot sauces meet all of those qualifications, you’ll appreciate knowing they’re now available online for the first time ever. Hey, you might even get hungry...
The Nicest Baseball Scorebook Ever
Keeping score in baseball is hard. First of all, sometimes the K’s are backward. That’s absurd. Secondly, it’s impossible to find the detailed and well-designed scorebook necessary to look dapper and knowledgeable while struggling over the direction of K’s. Unless you have this one. Which... you can now.
The Luckiest Horse in the World
So the auctioneers at Christie’s put some photos up for grabs. Among them: David Lachapelle’s shot of a white horse nuzzling Angelina Jolie’s décolletage while she wears slightly more clothes than the stallion in question. You should make an offer. And then you should stop envying that horse.
Don Draper. In the ’80s. On Twitter.
Imagine: Don Draper wakes up in 1985. And has a very active Twitter presence. One, that... doesn’t totally make sense. Two, he’d probably make insightful commentary on Members Only jackets, shoulder pads and Smurfs. And three, it’d be written by a guy from The Onion. Okay, maybe that’s just this.