Smoke Break #771: On The Wisdom Inherent In Resisting Maturity…

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To mimic Los Angeles’s infamous road traffic, Chris Burden & co. constructed a massive, 18-lane Hot Wheels set populated by 1,200 custom-designed cars. “Every hour 100,000 cars circulate through the city,” Burden told the New York Times. “It has an audio quality to it. When you have 1,200 cars circulating it mimics a real freeway. It’s quite intense.”

A fair defense of youth in perpetuity. What is it for? Nothing. What does it do? Nada. Will it get you laid? Never. Did it pay well? Not at all. Can you sell it? No. Is it fun? Totally.

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