Monday links

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  • LA-based artist Thrashbird turns crumbling concrete structures into big designer bags. (Colossal)
  • These color photographs of World War I are pretty astounding. (Kottke)
  • Here is a fun clip from a new documentary about female punk pioneers The Slits. Fairly NSFW. (Dangerous Minds)
  • On the occasion of her retirement, Times obit writer Margalit Fox takes a stab at composing her own. (NY Times)
  • “17 Real-Life Would-You-Rathers I, A Woman, Have Had to Ask Myself.” A funny/depressing little read. (McSweeney’s)
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4 Thoughts on Monday links
    Candy
    2 Jul 2018
    10:34am

    What a way to start a Monday. Thank you. The Margalit Fox obits are story-gems. And lmao at the 17 Real-Life-Would-You-Rathers except I should really cry because they’re all so effing true.

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    Viajera
    2 Jul 2018
    10:57am

    Who are these Matt people? Is that a World Cup reference? Without knowing, it’s hard to answer the question. Probably neither though. Thanks for asking.

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      Heather
      2 Jul 2018
      11:37am

      I took it as a reference to “generic dudebro #1, generic dudebro #2.”

      In any case – yeah, that was almost too real.

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    Anon
    2 Jul 2018
    1:20pm

    Sad about the patriarchy. Exhausted by the patriarchy.

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