The Baltimore Chop
About to play this gorgeous golf course.

About to play this gorgeous golf course.

Hey hon nice barn. #maryland

Hey hon nice barn. #maryland

$700M sounds like a very low number considering you could probably get a cool Billion for inventing some dumbass beer-related iPhone app.

The view from my hotel room.

The view from my hotel room.

They don’t call it Piney Point for nuthin. #maryland

They don’t call it Piney Point for nuthin. #maryland

Crab pots.#Maryland

Crab pots.#Maryland

Ira Glass, Modern Dancer

newyorker:

Sarah Larson talks to Ira Glass about his collaboration with Monica Bill Barnes & Company:

“[Dancing] wasn’t a big part of his youth. (‘I’m basically, like, a very unathletic person,’ he said.) There was no dancing at his wedding. And aside from an occasional Mark Morris piece, he hasn’t attended many dance performances. But when he first saw Monica Bill Barnes, something clicked.”

From left: Monica Bill Barnes, Ira Glass, and Anna Bass. Photograph by David Bazemore

Ira Glass, good suit wearer.

If you’re a schmo and you want fashion inspiration you should tape this photo to your mirror and study it carefully. Then take it to a tailor and buy two of these.

Downtown Piney Point. #maryland

Downtown Piney Point. #maryland

rhinestonee:

thebaltimorechop:

Said it before and I’ll say it again: MLB needs a rule where every pitcher must face 3 hitters per appearance. You want to shorten games? Start there.

No. That’s stupid. Baseball is about match ups. For every person that wants to “shorten” or “speed up” baseball, I send I a big fuck you. If you love baseball, you will stay/watch to the last out.

No, THAT’S stupid. Baseball has historically not been about matchups. Bullpen ‘roles’ have only existed since the late 70’s/early 80’s and LOOGY’s are practically a brand new invention when viewed in the game’s full context.

Said it before and I’ll say it again: MLB needs a rule where every pitcher must face 3 hitters per appearance. You want to shorten games? Start there.