Thursday, August 31, 2017

Miss Cellania's Links

Jerry Lewis's Early Years. The story of the comedian's life before he met Dean Martin.

Joel Osteen’s Hurricane Fumbling Reveals The Absurdity Of His Preachings. But sticking to the Gospels is not as profitable.

How to Detect a Bad Restaurant.

Yes, That's a Huge Floating Mass of Live Fire Ants in Texas. Flooding makes them aggressive and more venomous than usual.

When the U.S. Put the Mormon Church on Trial. It was a test of how the separation of church and state would actually work.

Behold Burning Man’s Awesome and Totally Bizarre Architecture. See 15 pictures that show why it's called an art festival.

In the Cold War, Makeup Was a Weapon. Beautiful suburban housewives were offered as proof that the capitalist way was better than communism.

These Women Entrepreneurs Created a Fake Male Co-Founder To Dodge Startup Sexism. And it worked like a charm.

Coffee Lowers Your Risk of Death. Oh, you'll die eventually, but people who drink four cups a day live longer than those who don't. 

At Starbucks, your maternity leave depends on whether you're a barista or a boss. Part of the Guardian's series Inequality and Opportunity in America. (via Metafilter)

1 comment:

gwdMaine said...

Hi Miss C. This is making the rounds in my world and I just had
to share:

This Is a Generic Millennial Ad