Alcoholic creatives rejoice, for Spanish design studio Txaber follow their wooden slat-constructed homage to Nike with a set of neatly designed beer packaging fusing a variety of ales with their respective Pantone colors. Light pale ales… Txaber Matches Beer Colors with their Pantone Shades is a post by Alec Leach on Highsnobiety.
After being fired from his own show, Dan Harmon hit the road with his podcasters to find solace in the unknown... and alcohol. Watch one of the wittiest fellas in television struggle with whatever it is someone like Dan Harmon struggles with while his comrades from Community discuss the legacy that is Harmontown. Read more...
And 30 were arrested in the last game at Candlestick Park!
Drug and alcohol use among America's teens continues to trend downward, according to new numbers released today by the Department of Health and Human Services. From 2002 to 2013, the average American teenager's odds of regular (at least monthly) tobacco use nearly halved. Recreational use of prescription painkillers saw a similar decline. The rate of regular alcohol use […]
While everyone reacts differently to alcohol, this is written from various things I observed during my freshman year of college.
At a hackathon in Seoul, South Korea, the emerging smart clothes industry reached a new milestone with the demo of Metamorphosis, a prototype capable of reacting according to the quantity of alcohol imbibed by the wearer.
Free agent center Greg Oden’s basketball career is once again at a crossroads. Oden joined the Miami Heat and played sparingly in 23 regular season games — with averages of […] The post Greg Oden Reportedly Abused Alcohol With the Miami Heat appeared first on SLAMonline.
By guest author Adrienne Erin If you find yourself pulling out your hair or breaking your pencil in half, you might have a problem. High stress levels can cause a multitude of problems from drug and alcohol abuse to health problems like heart disease and high blood pressure. You hear about exercise and meditation as [...]
Did you hear about Robin Thicke’s admission during a deposition that he’s been abusing vicodin and alcohol for the last year? The deposition was part of the ongoing dispute with the late Marvin Gaye’s estate. The estate claims Robin’s hit song, ‘Blurred Lines,’ was a rip-off of Marvin Gaye’s classic song, ‘Got To Give It […]
Robin Thicke claims he was a little blurry himself during the recording of the hit single "Blurred Lines," according to a new deposition from the singer.
"You put me in charge of Medicaid, the first thing I'd do is get Norplant, birth-control implants, or tubal ligations. … Then we'll test recipients for drugs and alcohol, and if you want to (reproduce) or use drugs or alcohol, then get...Show More Summary
'I was high on Vicodin and alcohol...So I started kind of convincing myself that I was a little more part of it than I was."
Turns out the "Blurred Lines" drama isn't even close to being over. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Robin Thicke admitted to drug and alcohol abuse and revealed that he didn't really write his hit song in 2013.In depositions that...Show More Summary
Less than an hour's drive from the heart of Mexico City lies the expansive ruins of Teotihuacan, a massive city of nearly 120,000 people who built pyramids, temples and palaces before disappearing around 650 A.D. This civilization, which pre-dates the Aztecs, remains a mystery in many ways. Show More Summary
Recently, I was watching a Simpsons marathon when I came across the season 22 episode "Homer the Father." In the episode, Homer fills a humidifier with vodka and falls asleep in a cloud of alcoholic vapor, while Bart steals nuclear secrets for the Chinese. Show More Summary
The fear that abstinent people in recovery will begin drinking if moderation programs are offered is simply absurd. For the one percent of substance users who both seek treatment and are successful, recovery is usually a pretty happy place. Let's let them keep their victories while offering the other 99 percent solutions they will embrace. read more
In his testimony from the lawsuit against Marvin Gaye’s children, Robin Thicke admitted he was “high on Vicodin and alcohol” during the creation of his award-winning song, “Blurred Lines.”…Continue
Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" controversy has gotten cloudier.