Tag Archives: Texas

  • The Man Called Bear Commits Alligator Revenge Killing for Friend

    The Man Called Bear Commits Alligator Revenge Killing for Friend

    You might have heard about the Texas man who was killed by an alligator in alligator-infested waters moments after being heard shouting “[f]uck that alligator!” and jumping in. In most of the other states of this blessed union, that would probably have been the end of the story – but since this happened in Texas, it only […]

  • ‘Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto’

    ‘Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto’

    When Barack Obama was in Austin, TX, he ate at Franklin Barbecue (he didn’t have to wait in line with everybody else, though). He wasn’t alone, as seemingly everyone in the city lines up outside those hallowed doors just to get some of that sweet smoked meat. But now you won’t have to wait in […]

  • Rise: Unlimited Private Flights for Flat Monthly Rate

    Rise: Unlimited Private Flights for Flat Monthly Rate

    Flying by private jet is one of the top-tier rich person behaviors, along with christening your own yacht and occupying an entire floor of a high-rise building. But a new service is making the experience … well, not “affordable,” exactly, but within the realm of attainability for very frequent fliers. It’s Rise, which offers unlimited […]

  • Daniel Johnston’s First Public Mural in 20 Years Unveiled (Photos)

    Daniel Johnston’s First Public Mural in 20 Years Unveiled (Photos)

    Even if you don’t know the name “Daniel Johnston,” you’re probably familiar with the Austin, TX artist‘s work, if for no other reason than Kurt Cobain famously wearing a t-shirt bearing his famous Hi, How Are You cover art, which also happens to be a prominent mural near the UT Austin campus. Now, Johnston has […]

  • 9 Great Cities For Single Guys

    9 Great Cities For Single Guys

    It’s graduation time. You’ve got the world ahead of you: the career, the partner, the house with the picket fence. But it can tough to know where to even begin in terms of picking a stomping ground. With the economy being what it is, the prospect of moving to a new town and messing things […]