Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Miss Cellania's Links

Ig Nobel Limericks: Insect Sting Pain, CEO Disaster Confidence.

Beware the Ides of March. But Why? There's no danger unless you're in a pop culture story.

Remember the People America’s Healthcare System Has Already Killed

Is This German Novel the Deadliest Book in History? It spoke to young people -and inspired them to commit suicide.

Korean affairs expert Robert Kelly and his family talk about how that viral news blooper came about. And yes, he was wearing pants at the time.

These Sculptural Frozen Lighthouses Are Staggeringly Beautiful. It happens where the sea blows cold against …anything.

The Director Of Rogue One Has Divulged Why The Film’s Ending Changed. However, the plot stayed the same.

22 Funny, Wise and Totally Bizarre Quotes From Kids. And now we know what you need for juggling.

Xenu’s Paradox: The Fiction of L. Ron Hubbard and the Making of Scientology. (via the A.V. Club)

My dogs eat better than I do. (via Nag on the Lake)


Alice said...

Just thinking of you. I know grief is a long hard road. I was widowed to the love of my life in 1998. I somehow survived and found love again. The grieving process is an amazing journey that puts you on a different realm of reality from the rest of humanity. It is both a blessing and a curse. Wishing you the best of all worlds, a fellow widow in Oregon, Alice

Miss Cellania said...

Thanks, Alice. I was widowed in 2004, so I sort of know what's ahead, except then I had little kids to keep me busy. Now I'm learning to live alone.