Periodically, we suffer the irresistible urge to explain how Thrillist works, highlight new features, and share news of our expansion like some married couple convinced you give a crap about their Punta del Este vacation. Here it goes:
Last September, we started hitting San Francisco with our typically awesome content. In January, we followed with a tawdry but nonetheless invaluable weekly Vegas edition, and in March we went to Chicago, armed only with our editorial cunning, and a toothbrush. Where we go next, only Miss Cleo knows. But it might be Boston.
As for new features: our Social Bookmarking Buttons let you post your favorite Thrillist content on Facebook, Digg, and other forums where you nerd out. As ever, the "Invite Friends" button quickly gets your buddies in the loop, and the red-underlined quips lead to images so bone-chilling, some are even known to feature a vomiting Keanu Reeves. (Seriously, go find it.)
Most important, though, is our integrity, which we won't sell, even if you're willing to pay Euros. All content's selected by our editors, never by advertisers. Occasionally, we do run ads, but they're labeled "ALLIED INFO", so you'll know you're getting paid content. By reading these emails and supporting our advertisers, you keep your subscription free, and keep us from having to set up stadium-seated phone banks coaxing generous donations in return for tote bags.
Finally, remember: it takes two fish to have sex. Reach out with your tips, comments, deranged threats, or anything else you're willing to share. For without you, Thrillist is nothing.
See you tomorrow, when we get back to melting your face with sentences full of words.
-- Team Thrillist
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