Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Miss Cellania's Links

Nose Blowing in Britain and Japan.

The Great Hanoi Rat Massacre of 1902 Did Not Go as Planned. When a bounty was set on rats, the rats multiplied exponentially.

Nevada's legislature just passed a radical plan to let anybody sign up for Medicaid. Their plan is not free, but it is an example of universal health care coverage on the state level.

How Con Air Turned Nicolas Cage Into an Action Star. Twenty years ago, his understated performance changed what people saw in him.

Tech giants join internet advocacy groups for day of protest to save net neutrality. It looks like we're going to have to do this every few years.

How To Fall To Your Death And Live To Tell The Tale. With stories of those who did it, and the science behind their survival.

Kids Are Quoting Trump To Bully Their Classmates And Teachers Don’t Know What To Do About It.

The Nine Scariest Things About Owning A House. The mortgage and the ghosts didn't even make the list.

5 Creepy As Heck Murders That Remain Unsolved To This Day. These cases are complicated, mysterious, and told in NSFW language.

Why Wonder Woman is the new Indiana Jones. Honor and idealism give us a refreshing break from other recent superhero shenanigans.

5 comments:

Bruce M said...

Mornin' Miss C.. Happy hump day.

gwdMaine said...

Good morning Miss. C. Here's a thought for the day:

When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory
becomes a treasure.

Have a good day.

xoxoxoBruce said...

Miss C’s a hero,
Bruce M’s a hero,
gwdMaine’s a hero,
Wouldn’t you like to be a hero too?

Miss Cellania said...

Thanks for the comments, all you heroes!

David Meyer said...

I'm a day late, but being a super-hero sounds like too much work.