Monday, September 16, 2019

Hawaiian Birds



A Max Fleischer color classic from 1936. (via Nag on the Lake)

Tweet of the Day


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Sunday, September 15, 2019

Does Not Compute

Well-Played

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What's Hiding in the Deep Sea?



If only the deep sea waters were as colorful as a Kurzgesagt video! Sunlight can't penetrate to the deepest depths of the ocean, but there are creatures living there. They are as different from life here at the surface that it may as well be an alien planet. And the deeper you go, the weirder it gets. This deep sea tour is ten minutes long; the rest is an ad.


The Gift

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Going for a Swim

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Groucho Marx on I've Got A Secret



From 1959, back when game shosw were less about winning and more about entertainment.

Tweet of the Day


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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Restaurant Math

(via Bad Menu)

War Puppets Rise to Heaven



This Bill McClintock mashup contains four songs: "Rise" by Herb Alpert, "War Pigs" by Black Sabbath, "Heaven Sent" by Dokken, and "Master of Puppets" by Metallica.

They Finally Got Him

You'll find the real story behind this picture here. (via reddit)

Dancing Marvel Superheroes



The PAC dance team at Walden Grove High School in Sahuarita, Arizona, gave us a Wizard of Oz dance routine  and a Harry Potter dance routine that really impressed us in previous years. They've set our expectations pretty high, and still came through with this production featuring the heroes and villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for this year's homecoming assembly. (via Digg)

Immortality

Funny how words can change everything. Once you let the meaning of this comic sink in, you might want to know that scholars believe the poem "Ozymandias" was inspired by a relic retaining to Ramesses II, whose fame was not exactly fleeting. Many monuments to him survive, and his mummy is in pretty good shape, too. This comic is from Zack Weinersmith at Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.

Alarming Statistics

The Legend of the Green Man



A Pennsylvania urban legend about a green man, or "Charlie No Face," has been circulating in western Pennsylvania since the 1950s. It seems like just a campfire story, but there's a kernel of truth behind it. Simon Whistler has the real story. He also explains goosebumps. 

Wine

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Baa Neigh Cock-A-Doodle Do!



By Buck Howdy. (via Everlasting Blort)