Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Miss Cellania's Links

Ig® Nobel Limericks: Doll, Kansas, Wasabi

Strummin' on the Old Banjo: How an African Instrument Got a Racist Reinvention

The Twisted Trees of Slope Point. (via the Presurfer)

Stop Pretending You Don’t Know Why People Hate Hillary Clinton.

The horror show that is a fly trap. Warning: disgusting and funny.

The Real Texas Chainsaw Massacre: How Ed Gein Inspired Classic Horror Movies. Psycho and Silence of the Lambs also were inspired by the real life killer.

Hurricane Matthew Prompts South Carolina To Evacuate 1 Million. Georgia and Florida has declared states of emergency, too.

This Is How To Tell If You’re In An Abusive Relationship. If you feel the need to erase your browser history after reading this, that’s another sign.

The Unmasking of Elena Ferrante: Journalistically Defensible, Perhaps, But Morally Questionable. Does an author have a right to remain private?

The Science Behind Senior Moments. Just as I thought, it happens when your brain gets full.

7 comments:

Lilylou said...

I wish there was a "like" button to push today. Your list of things to check out is particularly good and I've shared the banjo item, as my best boyfriend ever (BBFE) played the banjo. I stick up for banjos all the time because of him, but now I have an even better reason. I FB'd the article to another banjoist and just wanted to say thank you for all your work at putting up interesting stuff. I loved the jumping spider meme!
Kit Ketcham
Astoria Oregon

Miss Cellania said...

Thanks, Kit! With little feedback and declining views, I often wonder if keeping this blog is worth the effort. Than I get a message like yours, and everything is all better.

Lilylou said...

I'm sure it is a lot of work doing what you do and I wouldn't blame you for letting it go, but I would miss it. I check it every day, usually more than once, because you always put up new stuff and I don't want to miss anything!

Barbwire said...

Please don't stop. I always enjoy your posts, and visit you every day--and have for many years.

Bruce M said...

I don't always comment. But I do read Miss Cellenia every day. Thanks. :-)

Lilylou said...

See, all the new stuff you've put up since I visited earlier!

Spellucci said...

Another grateful reader here. My family passed around a Neatorama link on Facebook last week, which made me think of you. Keep the fun coming!