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Nixon ‘The Dictator’ Watch.
Created with a retro digital face and imported leather band, this watch records Dick Tracy style. Up to 8 different recordings (3.5 minutes) that can be used as an alarm, hourly chime, or simply to blackmail your friends.  

Nixon ‘The Dictator’ Watch.

Created with a retro digital face and imported leather band, this watch records Dick Tracy style. Up to 8 different recordings (3.5 minutes) that can be used as an alarm, hourly chime, or simply to blackmail your friends.  

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Supreme Beach Towel

Supreme releases a beach towel and they gave it the most obvious design, yet one that is hard to beat. Imagine lying on the on a massive red Supreme box logo? Well, you can do that now. The towel is now in stock in the Supreme online store and goes for 48 USD.

Peter Brook and Sally Jacob’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  

Peter Brook and Sally Jacob’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  

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Ronnie Fieg for Asics - Salmon Toe

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Ronnie Fieg for Asics - Salmon Toe

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“The Scorpion and the Frog is a fable about a scorpion asking a frog to carry him across a river. The frog is afraid of being stung during the trip, but the scorpion argues that if it stung the frog, the frog would sink and the scorpion would drown. The frog agrees and begins carrying the scorpion, but midway across the river the scorpion does indeed sting the frog, dooming them both. When asked why, the scorpion points out that this is its nature. The fable is used to illustrate the position that the behavior of some creatures is irrepressible, no matter how they are treated and no matter what the consequences.”

33pages:

The Scorpion and the Frog is a fable about a scorpion asking a frog to carry him across a river. The frog is afraid of being stung during the trip, but the scorpion argues that if it stung the frog, the frog would sink and the scorpion would drown. The frog agrees and begins carrying the scorpion, but midway across the river the scorpion does indeed sting the frog, dooming them both. When asked why, the scorpion points out that this is its nature. The fable is used to illustrate the position that the behavior of some creatures is irrepressible, no matter how they are treated and no matter what the consequences.