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Afterglow: Lightsuit Skiing

by 5 days ago Contribute

A clip from “one of the most cinematically profound ski movies ever made.”

Here’s the full film:

Sweetgrass Productions

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BADBADNOTGOOD Ft. Ghostface Killah & Elzhi – Gunshowers

by 8 days ago. Contribute

The first cut from the BADBADNOTGOOD x Pretty Tony collab, Sour Soul.

BADBADNOTGOOD via HypeTrak

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How Dru Hill Made $0.00 From Their Biggest Song

by 9 days ago. Contribute

In an exclusive sit-down with STASHED, Sisqo of Dru Hill explains how they didn’t make any money from one of their biggest songs. The “In My Bed (So So Def Remix)” to this day, is still one of the biggest records in R&B/Hip-Hop history, but it’s a song that the group won’t even perform.

Here it is, because you know you want to listen to it now.

theSTASHED

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Your Brain On MDMA

by 9 days ago. Contribute

AsapSCIENCE explains.

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The Walking Dead Intro With Staggering Drunks

by 10 days ago. Contribute

This is just perfect.

Marca Blanca

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87 Bounces

by 11 days ago. Contribute

A bad shot propels a basketball through 25 movies.

collectif HOTU

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The Real True Detective?

by 17 days ago. Contribute

Ten years ago, the town of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, was traumatized when a local church’s secret Satan worship, ritualized child molestation, and animal sacrifices came to light. Rust Cohle may be a fictional character, and time may not really be a flat circle, but that sounds an awful lot like the events of the first season of HBO’s hit True Detective.

In this episode of our brand-new series The Real, we went down to Ponchatoula to meet Stuart Murphy and Tom Tedder, two law enforcement officials who helped put these terrible, true events in Ponchatoula’s rearview mirror.

VICE | Previously: Europe’s Most Notorious Jewel Thieves

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“I do not want to die. But I am dying. And I want to die on my own terms.”

by 17 days ago. Contribute

29-Year-Old Brittany Maynard was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer and told she has 6 months to live. Rather than waiting for the cancer to give her a painful death, she decided to take her life, and death, into her own hands. She explains in an article she wrote for CNN:

Because the rest of my body is young and healthy, I am likely to physically hang on for a long time even though cancer is eating my mind. I probably would have suffered in hospice care for weeks or even months. And my family would have had to watch that.

I did not want this nightmare scenario for my family, so I started researching death with dignity. It is an end-of-life option for mentally competent, terminally ill patients with a prognosis of six months or less to live. It would enable me to use the medical practice of aid in dying: I could request and receive a prescription from a physician for medication that I could self-ingest to end my dying process if it becomes unbearable.

I quickly decided that death with dignity was the best option for me and my family.

More about Brittany and her choice can be found at the fund set up in her honor.

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