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Draplin Design Co., North America
March 30, 2010
Life Science
Posted at 04:10 PM


Kent Hernandez sent the gem in above forever ago, and I’ve had it on ice ever since. Just incredible. Here’s what he had to say: “Found this little nugget on the back of a LIFE Science Library textbook. I believe it’s meant to symbolize the cyclical relationship between Earth and the Moon.”

Thanks for sending in, man! I have the same book in my collection. So good. Just don’t illustrate them the way they used to.

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FLY AWAY, LITTLE CUSPID CLEANERS: Mouths await. I sent an assload of “Cuspid Cleaners” out this morning. So all of you who stepped up to the medicine cabinet and purchased one, or two, well, we thank the hell out of you. And, that shit’s on the way, so get those fangs ready.

And goddammit, if you haven’t bought one, well, now’s as good as time as any. You need one of these. Get with it. Get orange. Just about the dumbest piece of plastic ever, and man, black bristles? Just weird. But just how we like ‘em. Act now, readers. Click here and get clean.

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HELL OF A PODCAST HERE: Mick Sleeper’s “Ring the Alarm” podcast. I love those Sonics. Northwest, represent. Thanks for believing in Field Notes, Mick! Much appreciated.

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DESCEND INTO THE DEPTHS OF THE AMERICAN UNDERBELLY WITH US: “The Last Truck: The Closing of a GM Plant.” Suddenly wishing I had HBO. Damn.

Hard stuff to watch. Once its gone, it’s gone forever. Sad. (Noah Armstrong, sent this one in, and continues to fight the good fight.)

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HERE’S A QUICK ONE FOR YOU: “The Puti Trees.” Real easy on the eyes. Nice shapes. Always needing “more color” in my day.

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01. Richmond Fontaine - POSTCARD FROM PORTLAND Live at Dante’s
02. Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy & The Cairo Gang - The Wonder Show Of The World
03. Bill Callahan - Rough Travel For A Rare Thing
04. Drive-By Truckers - The Big To-Do

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Aaron, you are sooo good. CLASSIC.

Posted by: Scott Holtog on 03/30/10 at 8:44 PM
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