Thursday, May 04, 2017

Miss Cellania's Links

"Take Me Out to the Ball Game," Baseball's National Anthem. Eddie Deezen has the story behind the song

If You Like Good Music, You Should Get a Perfect Score on This Quiz. It's not really that easy, but it's a lot of fun. (via Metafiter

Calamity Jane Was a Woman of Many Talents ... And Great at Embellishing. The true story of her life was exciting enough on its own.

The Many Deaths of the Joker. In comics, movies, games, and TV, we thought he was a goner but the villain came back, 'cause he couldn't stay away.

For Star Wars Day, BL Burgers in Australia is offering a limited edition burger called "Return of the Chedi." Buzzfeed sent a couple of people out to try it and give us their impressions of the burger.

Breaking News: Cats Honestly Do Like People. Scientific research says so. (via reddit)

Your baby can't get vaccinated against dangerous diseases, but you can- when you're pregnant. This Could Save Your Baby’s Life.

60 Facts About the Star Wars Universe for Star Wars Day. Can you believe George Lucas had trouble financing the second film?

Tom from The Friars Pub called Dave Blackhurst to make a poster for some upcoming bands playing at the club in May. What they got was brilliant.

“This Is Not Your Grandma’s Knitting.” Or maybe it is. (via Metafilter)

4 comments:

gwdMaine said...

Here's a good and fairly recent read on Calamity Jane:

The Life and Legends of Calamity Jane

Ken D said...

Abby's Yarns: Delightful!

Joanne Casey said...

I was against vaccinations until I had my own kids, the risk outweighed the possible side effects. MenB became available here for kids born after 1st May 2015, my nearly-two year old was born just 9 days after the cut-off :)

Miss Cellania said...

When I was a little kid, I got vaccinations every time I went to the doctor. So when Mom said we were going to the doctor, I cried "I don't want a shot!" Dad squatted down and looked me in the eye. "Don't worry about shots. What you're getting today is a vaccination." So I was happy, and told others I was going to get a bassination instead of a shot. That only worked once.

My kids got way more vaccines than I did, but they were braver about it. I recently found that shots are not as painful now, because they use disposable needles that don't get dull with re-use.