Dark Roasted Blend: Serving Up A Surreal, High Quality Cup o' Joe

You may be familiar with Dark Roasted Blend already, but if not...you should be. Where else can you learn about "Unique Pigeon Towers of Iran," "The Most Alien-looking Place on Earth," "Some of the World's Strangest Fences," or "Monowheels: The Weirdest Transport Known to Man"? To mention just a few recent entries.

Dark Roasted Blend was founded by Avi Abrams with his wife Rachel in 2006. Since then, it's become one of the most popular blogs of its type on the internet. I interviewed Avi Abrams via email recently, to find out more about this intriguing site...


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Just wanted to echo others, in that, since I stumbled across it this past spring, it is my favorite site. The eclectic mix of weird, funny, fascinating, amazing talent, stupefying idiocy, incredible nature pics, et al. is wonderful.

Perfect with a good cuppa dark roast.

Posted by: Matt | Friday September 26, 2008 at 12:28 PM

I check it out every day. And that's how I got here.

But why don't you post some stats? How many people visit, etc? How long it takes you per day to find the content?

Great site

Posted by: Santi | Friday September 26, 2008 at 11:07 AM

Gotta say, DRB is my favourite site!

Posted by: Allan | Friday September 26, 2008 at 9:23 AM

Thank you so much for giving so much of yourself to enlighten others. Anyone that think that computers are impersonal, have no idea of the people behind the keyboards that only want to share,
and enjoy a beautiful, witty, compasionate community.
What a beautiful ministry.

Posted by: tia long | Friday September 26, 2008 at 6:29 AM

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