Harvard Women’s Rugby Team Wants You to Know Strength Is Beautiful

Pasta Time

That 70’s dress…

Vintage Reflection

that_70s_dress_001that_70s_dress_01Wowezer we’ve been having a heat wave here in Britain, it seams us Brits are never happy with the weather. It’s either too hot or too cold! I’m pretty happy with the warm weather, the only time I have a problem with it is on the tube.. It’s so darn hot underground! Well onto this outfit, I do love a good vintage dress and to pay homage to this 70’s one  I left my hair wavy and added tan leather accessories. In an attempt at combating the heat I rolled up the sleeves and didn’t even think about wearing tights, far to warm for that. I kept it buttoned up, I went for style over practicality but it was well worth it, even if a little hot.

What I’m wearing –

Dress & Belt – Vintage

Loafers – Office

Bag – Topshop

Glasses – Cheap Monday

Necklace Ring –…

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Yankees acquire Chase Headley from Padres


After more than a year of frequent trade rumors the Padres have finally dealt Chase Headley, as Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports that they’re sending the 30-year-old impending free agent third baseman to the Yankees.

Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News says the Padres will receive infielder Yangervis Solarte and right-hander Rafael De Paula in exchange for Headley. Solarte was signed as a minor-league free agent and De Paula is a 23-year-old Single-A pitcher who’s not considered a top prospect (although he does have a big strikeout rate).

Two seasons ago Headley smacked 31 homers, led the league in RBIs, and finished fifth in the MVP balloting, but his production plummeted last season and this year he’s been mostly injured and ineffective while hitting ..229 with seven homers and a .651 OPS in 77 games. However, he’s shown some signs of life this month and given the minimal…

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In face of two horrific tragedies, can Malaysia brand ever recover?

Gods of Advertising


Within a few months of each other, two large, nearly full commercial airplanes tragically went down killing every soul on board. The first jet presumably disappeared over the Indian Ocean and, unbelievably, has yet to be found. It may never be found. The second, of course, was almost definitely shot down by Russian Separatists over Eastern Ukraine. As I write this, the world is rightfully growing more and more furious at the Russian government for enabling this horrible byproduct of a petty, ego-driven war.

Both tragedies are variations of every air traveler’s ultimate nightmare. I don’t know which is worse: disappearing from the face of the earth or being blown off of it.

That they were both jets from the Malaysia fleet, defies comprehension. What are the odds? Thankfully, the chances of anything going tragically wrong on an airplane are tremendously long. That two worst-case disasters like these befall the…

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Hototogisu Hotel

Abandoned Kansai

Last week Lost, this week The A-Team – TV weeks on Abandoned Kansai! When I first arrived at the Hototogisu Hotel with my buddy *Enric* in February of 2010 (yes, this is the oldest unpublished location of mine I could find!), I was a tiny bit worried that we would get ambushed by those soldiers of fortune, considering the BA Baracus like fortifications of both access routes, but then I remembered that they couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn even if their noses would touch the wood!

Back in 2010 the Hototogisu Hotel was one of the hottest urbex spots in all of Kansai, probably because people visiting faced a couple of challenges. First of all was entering the premises. Being located on “the other side“ of a typical onsen town river you could have either headed to the entrance via at least two bridges, one of them…

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Sand Dune Arch — Arches National Park

Becoming is Superior to Being


Sand Dune Arch, Arches National Park, Like a Sandy Beach in the Utah Desert — Images by kenne

Hidden inside walls

And very narrow entrance

Finds a sand dune arch.

— kenne

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