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As @savecolumbuscir and the Bergen Record (review below) can testify, the Smoke Chophouse and Cigar Emporium (grandfathered in after NJ passed the Smoke-Free Air Act) is a breath of fresh air. Just pray you never have to take a shit there...
Ah, the Nineties, when men are men and women smoke cigars, where a neat 21-year old single malt scotch is at home with a rare 42-ounce prime aged porterhouse steak and the Yankee game on the television over the bar is as much a tradition as the tune of ďRoute 66Ē emanating from the baby grand in the jazz lounge downstairs.

Enter the 60-seat world of Smoke Chophouse & Cigar Emporium in Englewood. As the name implies, itís a restaurant that encourages smoking, and while the state-of-the-art ventilation system changed the air six times an hour, guests are still saturated with the lingering odor of cigars.



Designer crab shells. Who knew? (link via



Girl Scouts #2 best selling cookie and my personal fav. (Link via
Samoas, also known as Caramel de-Lites, have always been my favorite girl scout cookie (although I do enjoy Do-Si-Dos, Tagalongs and Thin Mints). Iím not sure how they rank in the overall scheme of GS cookie popularity, but I will go so far as to say that I have never met someone who didnít care for them at all - even people who say that they usually donít like coconut. I think that the cookie is just a good and rather unique combination of flavors.



Protip: Use your scroll wheel. Link & blockquote via Nikon...
This world in which we live, the universe that comprises our world.

In order to better understand them, humans have assigned to the them the concept of "size" so they may be comprehended by all.

Nevertheless, there are actually very few things that we can see with our eyes or feel with our own hands.

Our curiosity brings us to use objects visible to the naked eye as yardsticks to identify those things invisible and give them new units of measurement.

We are now capable of comparing and ranking these entities.



Steve Martin breakdowns Steve Martin (link via
In a college psychology class, I had read a treatise on comedy explaining that a laugh was formed when the storyteller created tension, then, with the punch line, released it. I didn't quite get this concept, nor do I still, but it stayed with me and eventually sparked my second wave of insights. With conventional joke telling, there's a moment when the comedian delivers the punch line, and the audience knows it's the punch line, and their response ranges from polite to uproarious. What bothered me about this formula was the nature of the laugh it inspired, a vocal acknowledgment that a joke had been told, like automatic applause at the end of a song.



Meet Donnie Hoyle, the Antiross. Other installments include: Volume 1: Distort, Warp, & Layer Effects & Volume 2: Covering Your Mistakes
Hi. My name is Donnie and you suck at Photoshop big time...



Another year, another milestone. Congrats Fiona Quinn on your most recent accomplishment. Mom & Dad are both proud...and relieved (see 1 Baby, 1 Tub)!





Putting the cart before the horse, but nevertheless, caught the above clip while reading page 2 of Newsweek's Falling Man story...



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