Friday, April 10, 2020

Tweet of the Day

(via Everlasting Blort)

Thursday, April 09, 2020

Medical Insurance Included

Project 88 - Back to the Future Too

Remember Star Wars Uncut, The Empire Strikes Back Uncut, and Shrek Retold? Here's another group project that involves all kinds of people doing scenes separately to remake a whole movie. They took Back to the Future Part 2, cut it into 88 pieces, and let people al over remake the scenes in their own style. But this time, it was done under quarantine, with only what was available at home, so it was a real challenge, and therefore even more Sweded. And since the explainer above was released, the rest of the movie has been finished. Here it is.

Read more about this project at the website. (via Metafilter)

Summer Music Festival Poster

(via reddit)

41 Quick Food Tricks

The guy from You Suck at Cooking shows us some culinary tips and tricks for preparing fresh fruits and vegetables. If you start to think this is a one-joke video, keep watching. Not only does he take vegetables apart, he puts them back together again. His leek actually leaks. And we find out why one asparagus is called a spear. (via Digg)


Click to the right to advance the comic. We don't know if Carol is avoiding work, trying to make friends, or spying on the males, but she's going to have to work harder to make it happen. This comic is from Pet Foolery.

Quarantine Coffee

This recipe only has three ingredients: tequila, Cointreau, and lime... well, that's three, so there's no room for coffee. (via TYWKIWDBI)

Why Are Calico Cats Always Female?

The reason only female cats have calico markings, or almost always, have to do with genetics. The exact story of those genes is quite interesting. Simon Whistler of Today I Found Out tells us all about it. He also explains catnip.

Miss Cellania's Links

Ten Icons of Social Distancing from TV and Movies. Yeah, the title says ten, but there are more, because there's a bonus roundup of the many hermits of Star Wars.

Could Trump Cancel the Election Because of Coronavirus? Some lawyers explain.

7 Historic Dishes Born From Tough Times. (via Nag on the Lake)

Queen Elizabeth addressed the UK on Sunday wearing green. That was the cue for bored people all over to give her a makeover via Photoshop.

An Art Museum for Gerbils.

Hawks’ Forbidden Love Results in a Rare Hybrid. They're not even the same genus, but they managed to make a baby.

March first vs. March 31st, illustrated.

A Natural Coronavirus Experiment Is Playing Out In Kentucky And Tennessee.

Thirty people have shared their odd and unusual bathrooms that sport delightfully different colors and styles.

A blast from the past (2012): 6 Easter Traditions You Might Not Know.

Magic Cat

(via reddit)

Setting Limits

Yeah, I'll put up with your advances, but only to a certain point. We all have our personal boundaries. (via Arbroath)

Tweet of the Day

That wasn't Skype, it was Forcetime. (via Mashable)

Wednesday, April 08, 2020


Read the fine print, and you'll find this is a sports thing. (via Bad Newspaper)

MANOS - The Hands of Felt

You might have read the title as Manos: The Hands of Fate, but this is not that. This is a recreation of that awful movie with puppets! Like, bad but with more laughs.  (via Nag on the Lake)

Coffee Maker

(via reddit)


This simple and wordless short film by Torill Kove made me tear up. (via The Kid Should See This)

The Perfect Time

Something tells me he never thought about that particular project until just this past month. This comic is from CommitStrip.


(Thanks, WTM!)

Freeride Skiing at Home

Philipp Klein Herrero was supposed to take his family on a freeride skiing trip, but had to cancel. At home, all he could think about was skiing, so he used his GoPro camera to make a little stop-motion video about it, which probably took as long a climbing up that mountain would have. (via Laughing Squid

Miss Cellania's Links has a roundup of information on how to celebrate Passover while social distancing.  Metafilter has links on how to host a virtual Seder or join one online.

Meet the COVID-19 college graduates. Two of my children are in this group, and their chances for starting a career just suck.

Lead Pollution May Track the Rise and Fall of Medieval Kings. (via Damn Interesting)

Scenes from the Wisconsin Primary, which went on despite the pandemic.

The Caprivi Strip. The odd Namibian border is a leftover from colonial rule, when the country was called German Southwest Africa.

Conference calls from home can be fun sometimes.

Andy! The latest song parody from Randy Rainbow is an homage to Andrew Cuomo. 

This is what you call a drinking problem.

US Health Care Workers Are Reporting Their Salaries Being Cut Due To Coronavirus. It's a profit thing.

A blast from the past (2017): 10 Creative Easter Egg Decorating Techniques.