This month's Best of the Best features content from across Thrillist's Network, because when it comes to missing out on sweet gear, services, or robot octopus art, YOU'RE MAD AS HELL, AND YOU'RE NOT GOING TO TAKE THIS ANYMORE!!!
Emailed to Chicago: Octophant Prints
From vaunted Chi artist Phineas X. Jones, these ltd-edition silkscreen original prints pay homage to elephants, octopi, and odder life forms, like the skeletal "Squidleton", and bare-breasted Siamese twins joined at the genital region, a design that, much like Blagojevich and straight cash, was inspired by "meditations on hopeless entanglements".
Learn more about how to weird everyone out with your "art" here
Emailed to San Francisco: Roost
Roost, the Frisco-based real estate search engine vaunted for its super comprehensive property pool and stupid-simple utility, has just added more than 1.5 million foreclosed homes nationwide, from Florida...to Fresno, which apparently can get more depressing.
Click here to start down the path of crazy fresh real estate wealth
Emailed to Los Angeles: TSP Solver
TSP's an interactive GMap designed to nail down the most efficient round-trip route linking up to 24 locations; short for "Traveling SalesPerson Solver", it begs the question "If Willy Loman had had access, would he still be dead?".
Learn how to shorten your fridge-to-bathroom route here
Emailed to Boston: Old School Bruins Fight Fans
In honor of the B's miraculous 11-1-1 November, check out this 1979 Bruins vs Madison Square Garden Crowd melee featuring Mike Millbury beating a fan with his own shoe.
Take off your skates and start stabbing
Emailed to Los Angeles: & Still
Opened as an overstock repository for classic 80s-90s sports gear (a Holyfield/Tyson jacket, "Dream Team" tees, etc), Still's just expanded into clothes repping those same decades' awesomely dated music and fashion.
Learn more about retro sports gear here