Aaron Paul Talks With Jimmy Kimmel About His Crazy ‘Breaking Bad’ Memorabilia Scavenger Hunt

On a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Aaron Paul sat down with host Jimmy Kimmel to talk about his crazy Breaking Bad memorabilia scavenger hunt that he hosted through Twitter right before the 2014 Emmy Awards. The madness consisted of fans hoarding into an IHOP to retrieve actual Breaking Bad scripts from RJ Mitte (Walter White, Jr.), fans chasing after Aaron in a quick game of tag, and more.

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photo by Max Barsness

‘Instructions for Life (Now With Pictures)’, An Illustrated Guide to Life’s Toughest Questions by EDW Lynch

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Instructions for Life (Now With Pictures) is an illustrated guide to life’s toughest questions by Laughing Squid Senior Contributing Writer EDW Lynch. The series looks at philosophical and sometimes unanswerable questions, and tries to answer them anyway. Topics covered so far include “How to Apologize to Whales for Everything,” “How to Explain a Brunch Line to a Child in a Refugee Camp,” and the most recent “How to Leave Your Worries Behind.”

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images via EDW Lynch

Vinyl Toys Based on Characters From Director Edgar Wright’s ‘Three Flavors Cornetto Trilogy’ of Films

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Ed & Shaun

A Large Evil Corporation has designed three magnificent sets of vinyl toys based on characters, played by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, from the Three Flavors Cornetto Trilogy of films directed by Edgar Wright. The trilogy consists of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End.

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Danny & Nick

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Andy & Gary

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‘One of Many’, Fascinating Photo Essays on the Creative Communities of 12 American Cities

One of Many by Wesley Verhoeve

Wesley Verhoeve is traveling around the U.S. documenting the creative communities of 12 American cities in his fascinating photo documentary project, “One of Many.” Each installment highlights a selection of artists, chefs, entrepreneurs, and other creative people from a given city in photos and short essays. The first installment is Charleston, South Carolina.

We’re in a special moment of change, with an increasing number of people choosing the path less traveled – opting for self-employment, freelancing, working remotely or from a co-working space, or joining a smaller company. I want to capture the start of what I think is a lasting and important movement.

One of Many by Wesley Verhoeve

One of Many by Wesley Verhoeve

One of Many by Wesley Verhoeve

One of Many by Wesley Verhoeve

photos by Wesley Verhoeve