Tuesday, April 09, 2019

Miss Cellania's Links

Fans of the TV show The Office know that the British version and the American version are both funny, but have differences that reflect their cultures. What you might not know is that there have been multiple versions of the show in many countries. (via Digg)

Utah Jazz player Kyle Korver talks about privilege. (via Boing Boing)

Who knew that Big Cat Rescue also has a domestic cat shelter? Recently, two mother cats came into their care, with ten kittens between them. (via Fark)

Amazing LEGO Creations Inspired By Classical Art Pieces.

They Had It Coming. A former prep school counselor on the culture behind the college admissions scandal.

A hunter after the nuclear apocalypse deals with mutant wildlife

Benjamin Lay was one of the earliest and most radical abolitionists in America. He angered the established Quaker culture of Philadelphia so much that he is barely acknowledged in history books, but he made quite a splash in his day- literally. (via Metafilter)

The Expanding Apocalyptic Universe of The Walking Dead. A third series set in the zombie apocalypse will debut in 2020, seemingly aimed at a younger audience. (via Uproxx)

Michigan conservatives want to ban the terms "democratic" and "democracy" from social studies curricula. The language they are trying to legislate has everything to do with the names of the major political parties.

She Never Knew All Her Organs Were in the Wrong Place. Rose Marie Bentley lived a fairly healthy life for 99 years.

A blast from the past (2012): 20 TV Shows Recreated With Peeps.


xoxoxoBruce said...

The reason Benjamin Lay didn't make the history books is despite his admirable
zeal the only thing he accomplished was to alienate himself (and his beliefs) to everyone with the power to effect change.

Mikey said...

Well I suppose those picked on NBA players can always
go home and cry their eyes out on a great big
pile O money.