Monday, October 19, 2020


The consensus is that "cheese" would have been a better name. (via reddit)



This campaign ad from Furball Fables tries its best to be strictly non-partisan, which is good, because we're all in this together. If it gets out the vote, I am all for it! Besides, cats. (via Neatorama

Miss Cellania's Links

The Nikon Small World Microphotography Winners 2020. (via Kottke)

Somebody Else's Sin? The Mystery of Nell Cropsey's Murder.

How Venus Flytraps Store Short-term ‘Memories’ of Prey. (via Boing Boing)

Would You Live in an Air Traffic Control Tower? One is Wellington is for sale. (via Metafilter)

Machu Picchu Reopens for a Single Stranded Tourist. He waited seven months, so was it worth it?

Why are These Graves in Niagara-on-the-Lake on Sovereign Polish Land? (via Nag on the Lake)

America Has Lost Its Taste for Iceberg Lettuce. Read about the rise and fall of all kinds of green leafy vegetables.

Artificial Intelligence Tries Street Art. (via Boing Boing)

Could an Ancient Megashark Still Lurk in the Deep Seas?  (via Digg)

A blast from the past (2016): 11 Recipes For Creatively Creepy Halloween Cocktails.

Work From Home

(via Fark)

She's Got You

The Patsy Cline classic "I've Got Your Picture," with a strange presentation. Despite what the video length says, this routine is only two minutes long. And funny! (Thanks, Joe!)

Tweet of the Day

(via Everlasting Blort)

Sunday, October 18, 2020


Beautiful Shining Star of Superstition

Bill McClintock mashed up "Beautiful Girl" by Van Halen with "Shining Star" by the Temptations and Stevie Wonder's "Superstition." The music is sublime, but watching the video might give you whiplash as Van Halen ages twenty years forward and then back again.

The '90s

(via reddit)

Building a Bridge in the 14th Century

The historic Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic, was built over the Vltava River. Construction began in 1357 and continued for around 50 years. How did they build such a large and sturdy bridge back then? This video from Engineering and architecture gives us a ridiculously quick idea of what was involved in the bridge construction. We can only hope the engineers and laborers alike were adequately compensated. (via TYWKIWDBI)

I Am Grasping Your Limb

I had to laugh, because producing heat by staying under the covers is sometimes my maximum accomplishment of the day. This comic is from Nathan Pyle's Strange Planet.


(Thanks, WTM!)

Dueling Town Halls

You know Saturday Night Live had to go there.


(via Fark)


In this cute animation, a dog has a scheme to remedy a fairly common problem. You'll laugh because you've seen your pets in this situation -my cats and my dog have all been there!  (via The Daily What)

Tweet of the Day

(via Tastefully Offensive)

Saturday, October 17, 2020


Step Into The Twilight Zone

A mysterious stranger gives Dennis Hopper advice on becoming a political star. This is an excerpt from The Twilight Zone episode "He's Alive," originally aired in 1963. A longer clip that includes the big reveal can be seen here. Season four of The Twilight Zone gave us hour-long episodes, while the other seasons were a half-hour, and that's why this particular story isn't available on Netflix, but Hulu and CBS All Access has it. (via reddit)


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