17 January 2012

The Checklist - January 2012

The internet is full of magical, mystical things. So much, in fact, that it is sometimes hard to sift through all of the crap to get some decent information. In the interest of providing you with colorful ideas for everyday life, we here at the What present the Checklist so that you may find some helpful information from other sites.

Survive the Zombie Apocalypse
Cool Material
Everyone knows that Zombies will run free in search for tasty brains when the world ends this year. So you had better be prepared. Thanks to the crew over at Cool Material, now you can be ready to fight back with a small rag-tag group of fellow survivors. While I am sure that the Zombie Combat Manual has great advice, this handy little survival bundle from Think Geek is actually quite useful in situations not involving the walking dead.

Comprehensive Guide to Sweaters
Primer Magazine
Is it really necessary to have a guide for sweaters? Absolutely. As a guy who has ruined 90% of his sweaters on hangers, this Primer Magazine article was a beacon of hope. Thanks to Grant Harris of Image Granted, no longer will my V-Necks resemble half pipes. Gents, you are doing yourself a disservice if you are not reading Primer.
Jello Shots Are Finally Cool
My Jello Americans
There is a new revolutionary idea coming out of Philadelphia. My Jello Americans aims to form a more perfect union between alcohol and gelatin, but unlike that other revolution that started in Philly, this one is loved by all. Anybody can put some vodka in an ice cube tray with some Jello, but it takes a true artist to really appreciate Jello's true possibilities (like this guy). Take a hint from My Jello Americans to spruce up your next party.

Philadelphia's Secret Garden
JJ Tiziou
Abandoned? Ruh roh...
Many Philadelphians have been aware for years of the desire to turn the Reading Viaduct into a public park. What many are not aware of is the equally promising underground oasis that could accompany it. These two abandoned railways would make fantastic public parks to connect the sprawling Fairmount Park with Center City. Not only would they both be significantly less creepy, but they could also serve as great escape routes during the aforementioned Zombie Apocalypse. In the meantime, feel free to sneak down like these adventurers, and discover another reason to love Philly.

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