Monday? Already? Meh!

MONDAYS COME WAY TOO SOON: Ugh. You need a diversion and The Nanigans is up to the challenge. Today, excellence in marketing and photography, WTF's from SF and Brazil, modern moonshiners, last meals, last chances, implants and longings and more. Yup...this oughta do the trick. MARKETING CAMPAIGN OF THE DAY:


I can't like this enough. An Australian company has created a terrific campaign for Stihl. You can see more of their work here. Well done.

SO THIS HAPPENED OF THE DAY: Somewhere in San Francisco there is an insurance claims adjuster who has his work cut out for him. This is not really safe for work. But also, wow. like this don't happen where I live and I don't know if that's a good thing or not.

MOONSHINE GETS A REBOOT: In Cocke County, Tennessee moonshiners get a rehabilitated reputation. Today they're called "Microdistillers" and they are now embraced by the authorities who used to bust them up.




REACHING FOR THE STARS: This makes Mr. Nanigans feel just a little less guilty about wanting butt implants. Hey, I said a little.

MACABRE PHOTOSET OF THE DAY: The last meals of some of America's most infamous condemned murderers. 

IMITATION IS THE SINCEREST FORM OF FLATTERY: It really is hard to ignore Apple's impact on how we live our lives in the 21st century.



Photographer Peter Lippmann has a created a fantastic series called "Paradise Parking" that you really should check out. These are stunning photographs.

SPACEBALLS: Unidentified spheres are falling from the sky with mysterious innards and Pravda is there with the story. Yes, Pravda is still around. But, to the point...what the hell are these things?

THIS IS HELPFUL: How to send back a meal at a restaurant without cheesing off your server.

THEN THERE'S THIS: What, exactly, is "business casual?"



ATTENTION RICK SANTORUM: The United States Constitution called. It said the feeling is mutual.

IMAGE OF THE DAY: I love this a whole lot.

GOOGLE KNOWS EVERYTHING...and you might not want them to. Before they institute their new policy that tracks everything you peep on the net to use for their advertisers (more than they do already?!?), the Electronic Frontier Foundation strongly suggests you scrub you Google browsing history this week. It takes a moment but they seem to think you'll be better off.

NUN-BUNNY: And yes, this seems completely wrong.