It's still just barely retro! Remember when retro and vintage were different things? This is the hill I will die on.
Right now I'm on a Green-House kick at night, because their album "Six Songs For Invisible Gardens" does sound like a greenhouse or a domed floral conservatory. (And it probably didn't rank higher because I listen to it directly from files or the Bandcamp app: https://green-house.bandcamp.com/album/six-songs-for-invisible-gardens)
"SOLARBEAT is an interactive data visualisation (and sonification). It uses the real orbital frequencies of the major bodies of our solar system, and uses them to generate an endless melody as each planet plays a note with each orbit. Visitors can adjust the speed of time, as well as change audio effects and which musical scale is used." http://whitevinyldesign.com/solarbeat/
Free clothes, including plus sizes up to 40
Universal Standard has a selection of tops, bodysuits, and dresses on promo for just the cost of shipping ($15 US, $21.50 to Canada, not sure about other places), one item per person. They go up to size 40 US, and it looks like most sizes are still in stock for every item. (There's a note at the bottom that says the code is good until November 4, but I used it yesterday and got notification that my package is on its way, so...)
Sometimes the best tasting food is the weirdest looking: The first time I ordered from this sushi place I found the colour of the rice off-putting (the photo does not accurately capture the pinkness), but it's actually the best delivery sushi place in my area and if it hasn't grown on me I can mostly ignore it.
Looking back at 1997 movies and my own memories of early adolescence, there are two movies I would have sworn came out in different years; because I went from taking my little brother to go see Leave It To Beaver and thinking "Huh, the kid who plays Wally is kinda cute" to seeing Titanic a few months later and having to pretend to match my friends' enthusiasm over Leonardo DiCaprio when I was very confused about Kate Winslet being the most attractive one on screen.
This is almost a hundred years old, the look is amazing and those striped boots are especially killer.
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