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Gregg Turkington makes it awkward and unpleasant.

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<![CDATA[Matt Damon Ponders The Big Questions In This THE MARTIAN Clip]]>

Or maybe it's a viral thing? I can't tell. It's good.

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<![CDATA[NASA Tests ARES 3 Crew in "The Right Stuff" Viral Video For THE MARTIAN]]>

A new viral video has been released for Ridley Scott's upcoming sci-fi adventure film The Martian. It features NASA doing psychological testing on the crew of the ARES 3 after they've been in isolation for ten days. They are preparing for their journey to Mars, and this video gives us some real insight into these characters. Some of those crew members you'll see in the video are played by Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, and Michael Pena.

During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring “the Martian” home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible, rescue mission. As these stories of incredible bravery unfold, the world comes together to root for Watney’s safe return.

The Martian also stars Kristen Wiig, Kate Mara, Michael Pena, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Donald Glover. It will be released on October 2nd.

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<![CDATA[Jim Henson Vs. Stan Lee - Epic Rap Battles of History]]>

Witness the showdown between two of the greatest and most imaginative minds in this newest episode of Epic Rap Battle of History. It's Jim Henson vs. Stan Lee! This is a great episode. It may get a little dark or mean-spirited at times, but it's a rap battle, and it's all in good fun. The ending of this thing is great as there's another person that makes a surprise appearance to put Henson and Lee in their places. Enjoy!

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<![CDATA[Fantastia Fest Review: Sion Sono Goes Small (But Still Weird) With TAG]]>

“Stay strong. Life is surreal. Don’t let it consume you.”

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<![CDATA[What's the Best Toaster Oven?]]>

A toaster oven will, in many cases, cook, defrost, or reheat your food better than a microwave, and more efficiently than a full-size oven. Items your microwave would have left soggy will come out crisp, and you’ll add far less heat to your home or apartment than you would have with a conventional oven. But which toaster oven deserves to take over your valuable counter space? Tell us.

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<![CDATA[Soylent 2.0 comes ready-made in bottles]]> The next version of Soylent is perfect for anyone who's been intrigued by the curiously named food replacement, but doesn't want to deal with mixing messy powders and storing pitchers of liquid. Soylent 2.0 is actually going to be pre-mixed and bot... ]]> http://www.engadget.com/2015/08/03/soylent-2-bottles/%3Futm_medium%3Dfeed%26utm_source%3DFeed_Classic%26utm_campaign%3DEngadget%26ncid%3Drss_semi 560002@leegovatos.com/fever Mon, 03 Aug 2015 15:04:00 GMT <![CDATA[Wild City: The Welcome Return Of Ringo Lam – Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh]]> Adi Tantimedh writes,

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Wild City is Ringo Lam’s first movie in about twelve years, and his first Hong Kong movie as well, and if you care about good crime movies, this is a big deal. The pulp-noir plot is deceptively simple: Louis Koo plays a world-weary ex-cop-turned-bar owner who meets a Mainland Chinese moll with a suitcase full of cash and decides to protect her against her sleazy lawyer boyfriend, who has hired a gang of Taiwanese thugs to take her out and recover the cash, which is the McGuffin for a dodgy land deal. Before long, Koo and his hot-headed stepbrother, played by Shawn Yue, find themselves chased all over Hong Kong by both cops and gangsters, the city becoming their slaughter ground as the chaos escalates, with both Koo and Yue facing temptation to just make off with the money. But Koo finds himself at the crossroads between greed and his cop’s sense of honour to do the right thing and get the job done.

Click here to view the embedded video.

Ringo Lam used to be part of a triumvirate of Hong Kong action directors – the other two being John Woo and Tsui Hark who put the city on the map and showed that Hong Kong made the best action movies on the planet back in the 1980s and 1990s. They were considered auteurs, more than just skilled technically but also with very particular points of view. Woo took his cues from Sam Peckinpah and Hollywood musicals to create fantasias of balletic violence, since ripped off endlessly by Hollywood. Tsui Hark combined elaborate action sequences with a Brechtian examination of politics, colonialism, cultural and gender identity. Lam was the most naturalistic and gritty storyteller of the three, steeped in social realism as he directed the toughest, grittiest noir meditations in movies like City On Fire (whose third act was co-opted by Quentin Tarantino into the entire plot of Reservoir Dogs), School On Fire, Prison On Fire, Full Contact and Full Alert. He’s Hong Kong’s answer to William Friedkin, the difference being that he was shooting on a tiny fraction of Friedkin’s Hollywood budgets and used to stage frantic car chases and stunts on the streets of Hong Kong without permits, with room for only one take most of the time, and having to get the hell out of there before the police arrived to arrest the production crew.

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Hong Kong directors have to adapt to the demands of the Mainland Chinese market and censorship rules to keep working. John Woo has taken the path of becoming an epic filmmaker in the David Lean mode with blockbusters like Red Cliff and The Crossing. Tsui Hark has gone deeper into his Brechtian deconstructionist approach to genre with the Judge Dee movies and The Taking of Tiger Mountain. Johnny To managed to find a balance between his own thematic interests in the crime genre and Chinese censors with Drug War, and Lam seems to be taking a similar approach with Wild City.

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Where the movies he made in the 1980s and 1990s found their tension in the subtext of anxieties over the impending handover of Hong Kong back to China, Wild City is really about the continuing tensions between Hong Kong, Taiwan and China, and where Hong Kong stands in the world. While the basic theme of the suitcase of cash corrupting all it touches is a staple in noir and particularly resonant with the rampant materialism of Chinese society, Wild City is ultimately about Hong Kong in the end. Louis Koo’s weary, tarnished ex-cop is Hong Kong – he’s seen shit, had a few knocks, forced into a corner but still driven by his desire to do the right thing even as he’s tempted by the evils of money and materialism. It’s not for nothing that Lam has Koo wear white throughout the movie. It’s not subtle symbolism, but there’s pulp poetry in its obviousness. It’s not an accident either that the vicious gangsters are Taiwanese, which meets with Mainland censors and official policy that sees Taiwan as a rogue breakaway nation that China still wants to re-absorb and assimilate. The damsel-in-distress is the only character from the Mainland, betrayed by her scumbag Hong Kong lawyer boyfriend, the latter working for a Mainland tycoon who wants to secure a land deal to build a new casino, identifying Hong Kong as a place where corruption and bad money reside and appeasing the Mainland’s anti-corruption stance. All the characters are pawns caught in a system where the house always wins, classic noir tropes now adopted into a modern Chinese pop narrative.

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Wild City is not the best Ringo Lam movie – that honour probably goes to Full Alert. It’s a very good Ringo Lam movie, which is already better than 90% of the movies out there right now. It’s a declaration of his return to full-time filmmaking after his 12-year-old absence, shows he’s willing to play ball with current restrictions. Despite all that, he’s still got it. He can still stage real, practical car chases and shootouts without CGI, revel in the gritty immediacy of stalking the streets of Hong Kong, and grapple with moral dilemmas in a sea of bullets and blood. It recalls the heyday of Hong Kong crime movies, shows us there’s those streets still have stories to tell. That makes it one of the essential movies of 2015.

Mild City at lookitmoves@gmail.com

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<![CDATA[Roddy Piper in THEY LIVE: great analysis by Slavoj Žižek]]>

They Live stars Rowdy Roddy Piper, who died July 31. It's one of the greatest political sci-fi films of all time, and fittingly, it's the opening film analyzed by Slavoj Žižek in The Pervert's Guide to Ideology. Read the rest

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<![CDATA[DJs can buy remix-friendly 'Stems' music files starting today]]> Back in March, Native Instruments -- the company behind the ubiquitous Traktor DJ software -- announced Stems: a music format that lets DJs and remixers to control individual parts of a track. Today Stems launches to the buying public on a number o... ]]> http://www.engadget.com/2015/08/03/native-instruments-stems-format-available-now/%3Futm_medium%3Dfeed%26utm_source%3DFeed_Classic%26utm_campaign%3DEngadget%26ncid%3Drss_semi 559894@leegovatos.com/fever Mon, 03 Aug 2015 12:24:00 GMT <![CDATA[This Utility Can Change Your Windows 10 Login Image]]>

Windows 10: The new version of Windows curiously doesn’t allow you to change the image that displays behind on the login screen when you first start your computer. This tiny utility, aptly called Windows 10 Login Background Changer, can do it for you.

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<![CDATA[THE STORY BEHIND N.W.A.’S FIRST RECORD COVER]]>

The Story Behind N.W.A.'s First Record Cover from Oliver Wang on Vimeo.

I originally researched most of this story in 2012 for Artbound but I just revisited it for the Leimert Park Book Fair and decided to record the update as a narrated slideshow. It tells a serendipitous set of stories behind where N.W.A. shot the cover photo for their first release and how it plugs into a longer history of music in Los Angeles.

UPDATE: I should have caught this before, but in the LA Weekly piece from 2010, Sir Jinx shares this important detail: “”All that writing on the picture? I did all that,” Jinx tells me. “Eric went and bought a bunch of neon spray cans. He knew I did graffiti, so I did as much as I could. If you look at the picture, and you look at me, my name is right next to me, you see ‘J-I-N.’ Everybody then kinda grabbed a spray can and the neon cans and wrote on the wall behind us.” (I wonder what the folks at Drum City thought about that! Or maybe the store had closed by then? Still more questions that need answering).

UPDATE #2: Sam Sweet (of All Night Menu) was bewildered by the cover of Dr. Dre’s “Compton” album. He assumed – like I did – that it was supposed to be from the actual vantage point of Compton, south of downtown. But Sam knows L.A. well enough to quickly realize that the layout was all wrong and sure enough, he went and found the correct vantage point: Hollywood Bowl. As he notes, they had to airbrush out the Capitol Records building and perhaps a few others so clearly, someone spent some time to try to “pass” the photo as if it were coming from some place other than the Hollywood Hills.

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<![CDATA[The captain of the Swedish team Norrköping contribution to Fallon d'Floor (including bonus reaction from AIK player Bangura)]]> ]]> http://imgur.com/gallery/mfEnW0f 559695@leegovatos.com/fever Sun, 02 Aug 2015 22:47:54 GMT <![CDATA[Dots Impossible card trick]]> Dots Impossible ($10) is another trick that fooled eagle-eyed, always suspicious Carla. I fanned a packet of six cards, face down, and told her to pick one and put it face down on the table.

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<![CDATA[Build your own smart, modular speaker with SparkBlocks]]> You've seen modular controllers and even modular phones, but here's a new twist: a modular speaker system. Meet SparkBlocks, a crowdfunded audio system that's just as elaborate (or simple) as you want it to be. The basic unit is little more than a po...]]> http://www.engadget.com/2015/08/02/sparkblocks-modular-speaker/?ncid=rss_truncated 559660@leegovatos.com/fever Sun, 02 Aug 2015 21:16:00 GMT <![CDATA[Relax, The Teaser Trailer For ZOOLANDER 2 Is Here]]>

What is this, a trailer for ants?

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<![CDATA[Nazi Zombies From The Antarctic Need Your Help]]> Header NZ 04

Marshall Naylor writes,

Zombies fight for the Führer, and only the Allied powers can stop them in Antarctic Press’ newest Kickstarter, Nazi Zombies.

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One of the main contributors, Joe Wight, sat down with me for a quick chat about the book.

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The story takes place over four issues. The timeline of the book follows different groups of soldiers over a four-year period and chronicles their encounters with reanimated Nazi soldiers who cannot die, Wight says.

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Not unlike the style of Call of Duty games, readers are put right in the middle of the action for each story. In one story, zombies aboard a submarine blast into an allied ship, hungry to eat those abandoning the sinking vessel. Another story features a showdown with a herd of zombies on a speeding freight train. An account of how these undead soldiers come to be is weaved into the narrative as well.

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Wight and Ben Dunn, the other comic artist who worked on the book, show a very gritty art style in each story. The main characters are tough and square-jawed. Zombies ooze off of the page. Whether the action takes place under the hot African sun, in rainy Germany, or on the North Sea, shadows loom and explosions look chaotic.

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Reading the book sometimes feels like watching a war reel.

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For all its gore and action, there’s a subtle message in the stories. The things that humans do to one another in war time are some of the least human.

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The Kickstarter for Nazi Zombies will help fund a reprint, trade paperback and hard cover versions of the four-issue comic. Antarctic Press is trying to reach $6,495; as of this writing, they are at $1,951. Please help fund this book here.

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<![CDATA[Art roundup]]>
The Dark Knight Returns commission by Sean Murphy.




Commission by Michael Manomivibul.




Donna Troy by Kevin Wada.




Black Knight #1 cover by J. Totino Tedesco.




Age of Ultron Scarlet Witch concept art by Andy Park.




Custom Moon Knight Funko Pop by Greg Smallwood.




Black Panther by Chris Samnee.




Superman and Lois by Kyle Baker.




Book covers by Sharm Murugiah.




Chihuahuas jersey designed by local kids.




Lovecraftian frog sculpture by Simon Lee.




Lemongrab by Piper Thibodeau.




Fresh Romance #5 cover by Babs Tarr.




Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #9 page by Thomas Scioli.




Batgirl by Katrina Tan Kit.




Article illustration by Marina Muun.




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<![CDATA[This Video Explains All the Ways You're Sleeping Wrong]]>

Most of us are pretty terrible at sleeping. Whether it’s hitting the snooze button too much or using screens before bed , you’re probably doing something that’s not great for your sleep. This video explains all the ways you’re sleeping wrong, and what to do instead.

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<![CDATA[A look at the evolution of modern video game controllers]]> If anything's kept pace with how video games have changed over the years, it's how we interact with them. Our biggest touchpoint with virtual worlds is the gamepad and -- akin to how games themselves have evolved from simple 2D affairs into 100-hou... ]]> http://www.engadget.com/2015/08/01/a-look-at-the-evolution-of-modern-video-game-controllers/%3Futm_medium%3Dfeed%26utm_source%3DFeed_Classic%26utm_campaign%3DEngadget%26ncid%3Drss_semi 559177@leegovatos.com/fever Sat, 01 Aug 2015 16:00:00 GMT <![CDATA[De-Mystifying the Dark Corners of Windows: The Registry, DLLs, and More Explained]]>

If your Windows chops extend in any capacity beyond novice, you’ve no doubt encountered the ever-cryptic Windows Registry, DLL files, User Account Control, and other tools with seemingly dark and mysterious powers. Here, we’ll explain some of Windows’ most confusing features, so you know exactly what’s happening when you go to edit them.

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<![CDATA[Making A Comic Book Out Of The Movies]]> Multiplex: The Revenge Kickstarter project by Gordon McAlpin. Funding End Date: a couple of hours. Publishing Date: September, 2016 (tentative)

Gordon McAlpin writes,

Whether you create a webcomic or an ongoing comic book series, making print collections isn’t just a keepsake for existing fans, but it is a valuable way to attract new readers to your series. Some comics readers simply prefer print to reading on screens are likely to wait for the trades and will never even visit your website. And archive binging several year’s worth of comics isn’t the most enjoyable reading experience for many people, so books can help them get caught up. And, of course, it just helps to have something physical to sell and show to people at comic book conventions.

With webcomics and other episodic series, though, the first book is often not your greatest work. My own comic strip, Multiplex, a sitcom-style humor comic about the staff of a movie theater, has been running for ten years. The first year of the strip… let me just say it looked a little rough around the edges. While many of the earliest Multiplex strips are funny, the characters hadn’t come into their own yet, and I hadn’t found my sea legs yet as a storyteller. Most obviously, I had never drawn a comic strip in Adobe Illustrator before, either, which was like re-learning how to draw.

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The art got better eventually. This is from four years into the strip:

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I think most readers will forgive a little roughness in early days of a long-running series — as long as it gets better quickly — but it also makes the strip harder for some readers to get into.

Since Multiplex is very much written as a comic strip, not a serialized graphic novel, I have the ability to add new comics that can flesh out some of the characters or plot points that weren’t handled as successfully as I’d have liked, or to touch on movies that I didn’t get to the first time around. This is a luxury that creators collecting 22-page comics into a book likely don’t have, because adding “deleted scenes” can mess up your pacing. (It’s also why it will the publication date for Multiplex: The Revenge is a year off; the Kickstarter project isn’t just for the print run. There is about 35 pages of new material in this third book that the project is also funding. My books are like an “Extended Edition Director’s Cut.”)

In a review of my first book, Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show (Book One), one reviewer posed the question of whether starting at the beginning of a comic strip like mine is always the best thing. Because of that review, when I was laying out Multiplex: There and Back Again (Book Two), I knew that I wanted to make it as easy to access for new readers as possible — so they could skip the first book entirely, after the storytelling had improved a bit, and then go back to the beginning later to fill in the gaps if they were curious about the backstory.

But a text introduction or simple pictures of the cast didn’t seem appropriate for a comic strip collection; I’ve always preferred to tell the story with the art more than with words. So I included this four-page “The Story So Far” sequence at the beginning of Multiplex: There and Back Again (Book Two):

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The sequence give new readers a feeling for the tone of the strip, introduces the major characters, and sets up the major plot points that will come into play in the book — just like the opening “Previously on…” segments of a TV show. It’s not only beneficial for new readers, either: it’s helpful for existing fans who haven’t archive binged in a long time and need a little refresher on where the characters’ relationships are at this point in the series.

Also important for me as the cartoonist, it’s easy, too: by using mostly existing artwork, this sequence got readers up to speed for Book Two with very little effort. The Avengers books have done the same thing for the last few years: one- or two-page sequences at the beginning of each trade paperback explaining the most pertinent plot points of its years-long narrative leading up to Secret Wars.

Multiplex: There and Back Again won the Gold Medal for Graphic Novel—Humor/Cartoon in the 2014 Independent Publisher Book Awards, and I’d like to think that effort spent making the book accessible to new readers played a part in that.

Making these books accessible to new readers is especially important right now, because I’m running the Kickstarter project for the third book, Multiplex: The Revenge. And to make things even more complicated, my first book has, after five years, finally sold out of its initial print run. (You can still pick up copies of the first book from Amazon or a few fine bookstores and comics shops. The eBook editions of its contents are still available, of course, and the website still exists, too.)

What it all comes down to is giving readers options: let them start wherever they want and read your work in whatever format they want, and they’ll be more likely to stick around.

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<![CDATA[Windows 10: How to choose default apps]]> Windows 10: How to choose default apps

Microsoft has introduced a few changes to the way Windows handles default applications. Want Windows 10 to treat VLC as your default media player and Firefox as your default web browser? You can do that — but you might have to jump through a few hoops. If you’re upgrading from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 […]

Windows 10: How to choose default apps is a post from: Liliputing

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<![CDATA[Showgoers Syncs Up Netflix So You Can Watch Movies with Remote Friends]]>

Chrome: Sometimes you just want to watch a movie with a friend who lives in another state. Instead of trying a countdown to sync up your viewing, Showgoers syncs up Netflix for you.

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<![CDATA[CG Animated Harley Quinn Frozen Parody - “Do You Wanna Kill The Batman?”]]>

Last year we posted a musical Harley Quinn parody of the Frozen song “Do You Want to Build a Snowman.” The song was called “Do You Wanna Kill The Batman?” and it was written by Hesychia7 and performed by SydneyAmber S. Well, The Michael Smith Website took the song a started turning it into a CG animated video. He’s only got a little part of it done right now, but it’s awesome, and I hope that he finishes it! Check it out!

Via: The Mary Sue

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<![CDATA[Chilling Trailer For Horror Film GOODNIGHT MOMMY]]>

Austrian horror film Goodnight Mommy has been getting some rave reviews since its festival debut last year. I've never heard of the movie until right now, but after seeing this trailer, I can definitely see why it's earning such high praise: it looks like a slow burn horror piece that goes to some really interesting places.

In the heat of the summer lays a lonesome house in the countryside where nine year old twin brothers await their mother’s return. When she comes home, bandaged after cosmetic surgery, nothing is like before and the children start to doubt whether this woman is actually who she says she is. What ensues is a terrifying observational struggle with fatal consequences on par with THE SHINING and DEAD RINGERS.

Goodnight Mommy arrives in theaters on September 11th. What do you think?

Via: The Playlist

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<![CDATA[The GOODNIGHT MOMMY Trailer Will Ruin Your Friday]]>

In a good way. A SCARY way.

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<![CDATA[This Infographic Shows What 25 Grams of Protein Looks Like]]>

·Most of us need at least 50 grams of protein a day, and significantly more if we’re working out a lot or trying to lose weight. This graphic shows what 25 grams of protein looks like in a variety of foods, so you can eat a few of these portions and know you’re on the right track.

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<![CDATA[Japan's ridiculous robot hotel is actually serious business]]> "My name is Yoshiyuki Kawazoe. This is my hotel." The University of Tokyo's associate professor of architecture gestures behind himself to a flat, two-story building that doesn't really look like a hotel. "Two-hundred people were involved in making... ]]> http://www.engadget.com/2015/07/31/japan-robot-hotel/%3Futm_medium%3Dfeed%26utm_source%3DFeed_Classic%26utm_campaign%3DEngadget%26ncid%3Drss_semi 558726@leegovatos.com/fever Fri, 31 Jul 2015 19:00:00 GMT <![CDATA[What to Look for in a Polo Shirt, Based on Your Body Type]]>

The polo shirt is a classic wardrobe piece, thanks to its combination of comfort and “smart casual” style. But no two polo shirts will fit or flatter the same. So Bloomberg looked at 200 polo shirts from 32 brands and how they fit on eight different-bodied men to help you find what would work best for you.

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