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Things to do for January 14, 2010
Supermodels, Skull and Bones, and Val Kilmer
The weekend is having an unusually good decade.
The first rule of Yale's most secret society is that you do not talk about Yale's most secret society. (Just ask Dubya, John Kerry or its legions of members who didn't run for president in 2004.) But somehow, the skull made its way to auction. If you're thinking of launching your own such society, there's no better way to start (and we won't tell anyone).
Terry Richardson has shot sexy ladies for just about every magazine that's still around—Megan Fox in GQ is one particularly bookmarkable example—and now he's posting his behind-the-scenes candids on the Web. You're as likely to see sexy shots of supermodels as bizarre things happening with teddy bears, but let's focus on the supermodels.
Look, we know what you know, and we all know that laptops are more likely to suffer from heat than chill, so maybe a laptop sweater really isn't completely necessary. But come on: they're sweaters. For laptops. This is what Bill Cosby would put on his MacBook.
Finally, someone has done the obvious and combined the powerful shape of the screwdriver with the libation-liberating qualities of the corkscrew. Plus, you've been looking for a way to drop words like force and torque into your wine tastings.
Yes, Iceman has joined the blankie trade. Through his website, he's selling two blankets of his own design (and made with Pendleton) to benefit charity. We'll say this much: he's better at designing than playing Batman.