Check out this street musician in Prague playing Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” on the glass harp. Miss Congeniality is jealous!
To go along with the Rainier National Park blanket, here are four National Park mugs for you to have your choice of beverage in. They are $20 each, but I wish they were cheaper if you bought them as a set of 4.
I’m not convinced that these were designed to do this, but rather that these cups do do this because of the cheap manner in which they are made. Still though, it’s something to make sure you do the next time you fill those paper cups with ketchup and try to dip your burger in it.
In a brief Business Insider article, it seemed as if the mystical lines on those infamous red Solo cups had been solved. Only, they hadn’t really. A representative from Solo has said that the marks indicated above are purely coincidental and often used unofficially by colleges to prevent binge drinking.
Tchaikovsky would be proud of this all-glass version of his popular hit “Sugar Plum Fairy”. This really sounds exactly like it should. I’m more than a bit blown away.