Enjoy this month's gravy from across the Thrillist Network in joyously hasty fashion. Then promise it that you'll enjoy it more slowly in, like, 20 minutes.
Emailed to Nation: Apolis Activism
Cali-based outfitter/do-gooder Apolis just released its Fall collection of intricately detailed jackets, shirts, and pants inspired by the classic American workwear of old California circa the Dust Bowl-era, a time period you know absolutely nothing about, other than that extremely large mentally challenged men straight-ended a lot of bunnies.
The 1930s were classier than you or Billy Bob Thornton ever thought
Emailed to Washington, DC: Win the Trophy
Outta DC, WTT is a free betting simulator that lets you wager fake cash on real games (the four major pros + NCAA football/hoops) using odds determined from an across-sportsbook consensus, then compare yourself to other wannabe degenerate-savants across a broad range of categories.
See if you've got the chops for the wager leagues here
Emailed to Philadelphia: College Football Sidelines
A photo blog touting the "Largest Gallery of College Cheerleader Pictures on the Internet", Philly-based CFS just launched their '09-'10 season edition, featuring bountiful sideline photo galleries of only the most, uh, enthusiastic cheerleaders from 70+ finer learning institutions, as well as pics of sexy female college athletes, and various rundowns, from top party schools to worst mascots, including the 11th-ranked Wichita St Shockers, who everybody only claims they don't like.
Rah! Rah! Sis Boom Bah-hahaha!
Emailed to Boston: Nate Duval
From a Western Mass native, ND's got an extensive collection of things to better everything from your crib and personal style to your polite written correspondences, with hand-illustrated gig posters, art prints, greeting cards, and graphic tees, all of which draw from an eclectic range of topics, like Norman Rockwell, but the exact opposite.
Seriously cool bands love this guy, so you should, too
Emailed to San Francisco: Oversharers
For your browsing pleasure, Oversharers compiles and posts screen shots of people who post waaay too much information on their blog, Twitter, or Facebook, e.g., "I want to shave my pubes into the shape of a unicorn" from Millar and, "Oh Gawd. He's pooping in my bathroom.....again. He's cute, nice, smart, and very good to me. I just wish he would poop at home", from Amy, who should probably choose a better morning-after breakfast than Fiber One.
There's nothing regular about these posts