I’m not sure if this scene of bacon drying on the line at our San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is for the kick-off of Exposed, Voyeurism, Surveillance, and the Camera Since 1870, or the kick-off of HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON: The Modern Century, or both.
Or maybe you’re supposed to eat it?
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Irregardless, a better way to start your day is with Bakon, the bacon-flavored vodka. This is a real product, srsly:
(Bacon, enjoy 2010, ’cause you’ll never be as popular as you are this year. Oh well.)
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