Weekend Thoughts - 3.12.16

   Image  by  Alejandro Rojas , courtesy of  Creative Commons  licensing.

Image by Alejandro Rojas, courtesy of Creative Commons licensing.

Happy Saturday y'all! Below, I have rounded up some things for you to think about this weekend:

1. Here is an interesting description of a typical float in a floatation tank. I've been interested in checking one of these out for a really long time but haven't gotten around to it yet. I'm definitely a proponent of meditation, and feel that a float would elevate the experience even higher.

2. For those of you who enjoy psychedelics and art, check out Vladimir Kush's stuff. It has a mix between Salvador Dali and M.C. Escher, in my opinion. I first found out about Kush because one of his pieces is featured on the latest album by funk band Lettuce, titled Crush. Check it out:

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3. I thoroughly enjoyed this article titled The Vast Bay Leaf Conspiracy on The Awl. In it, the author interviews several chefs and foodies about the inherent bullshit that is including bay leaves in cooking. I do use bay leaves in my personal cooking, but can't honestly say whether it does much or not.

That's all for this week's edition of Weekend Thoughts. Until next week, keep thinking wilder.