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The only water bottles you’ll ever need Interesting

The only water bottles you’ll ever need

There are two types of beverages in this world: those with alcohol, and those without.AND FROM THOSE TWO we see two divisions: carbonated, and non-carbonated.So when I came across two water bottles that are perfectly suited for either of those categories, I realized that it was time to ditch the collection of Nalgenes and sippy-cups that I’d amassed over the years.

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How my 21st birthday went down in Tijuana Interesting

How my 21st birthday went down in Tijuana

Graig Graziosi reflects on coming of age in a Mexican party town.THE MORNING OF MY 21ST BIRTHDAY, I woke on a plywood bunk with three other guys. This wasn’t unusual. They were fellow workers at the mission where I was volunteering. I was the oldest, as well as the most senior of the staff. This was my second birthday spent in the slum of El Florido, Mexico, on the east side of Tijuana.

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My hometown in 500 words: Wasilla, Alaska Interesting

My hometown in 500 words: Wasilla, Alaska

Feature photo by nophun201. Photo above by code poet.The small town of Wasilla has more to offer than just the biggest political story of the season.MY HOMETOWN IS A LITTLE KNOWN MUNICIPALITY OF JUST OVER 7000, but as of late has become the new location of several political journalists and the starting point for the new conservative superstar of American politics.

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How to: Wax a surfboard [VID] Miscellaneous

How to: Wax a surfboard [VID]

And if you’re feeling crafty, how to make the wax yourself.WARNING: don’t attempt this technique when waxing your car. The purpose of waxing a board is to create a sort of grippable surface for your feet – bumps and ridges are a good thing. The water side of the board should be nice and slick. If you’re a first-timer, this vid will help:How To Wax A Surfboard from Tidal Push on Vimeo.

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How to say “I love you” in 100 languages Interesting

How to say “I love you” in 100 languages

“I love you” sounds nice in every language.I’M NOT SURE what’s more obnoxious: the endless images of flower bouquets adorned in pink and red littering my Facebook news feed, or all the anti-Valentine’s Day sentiment.I, however, have chosen to put aside my bitterness for one day. This morning, my roommate Matt knocked on my bedroom door while I was still sleeping.

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Reverse culture-void shock: How to know you’ve been in the woods too long Miscellaneous

Reverse culture-void shock: How to know you’ve been in the woods too long

Spending long periods in desolate places may result in reverse culture-void shock.PEOPLE WHO VOYAGE to other parts of the world speak often of culture shock; that is, feeling disoriented and ill at ease due to exposure to alien culture. When they return after time away, they speak of reverse culture-shock — the perhaps even more unsettling feeling of being alien in one’s own native culture after having gotten used to a foreign one.

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