Sunday, September 20, 2020

Walk It Out

I was once a real Teletubbies fan. They could get my kids to sit down and be quiet for a half-hour at a time, which was an admirable achievement.

Tweet of the Day

Cleese's influence even extends to the animal kingdom!

Saturday, September 19, 2020


Creative Vandalism

(via reddit)

Rebooting a Squirrel

A squirrel, most likely in Russia, happily eats pine nuts out of a guys hand until suddenly he realizes that he's eating out of a guy's hand! Remembering what his mother always told him about humans, he freezes in place and appears almost catatonic. The guy keeps trying to feed him, until the squirrel comes to his senses. (via Geekologie)

Gaxian Children's Literature

In a short comic, David Malki manages to address cultural appropriation, assumptions, whitewashing, and literary criticism, and bring a wry laugh as well. This comic is from Wondermark.

Mike Wazowski


Don't insult a banana with a mustache. You may regret it.

A Pile of Cat

(via Fark)

Bollywood Superman

With subtitles! (via Boing Boing)

Tweet of the Day

(via Infidel753)

Friday, September 18, 2020

Mr. Mikes

(via Bad Menu)

Go Down Gamblin'

Blood, Sweat, & Tears at the at the North Sea Jazz Festival in 1993.

Back to School

(via reddit)

Vegetable Surgery

Twelve-year-old Emma Pickles carefully performs surgery on fruits and vegetables. Watch her do a cesarian on a squash, transplant a heart into a pepper, and remove tumors from all kind of produce. She also does a living-donor transplant, and separates conjoined twins. The operations are not always successful, but they are done with the utmost care. (via Laughing Squid)

Evidence of Alien Life

We see all these reactions, except for the bottom row, but that's a possibility for the future. Let's be cautious, but not so cautious that we close ourselves off from possibilities. This comic is from Randall Munroe at xkcd. Go to the link to read the hover text coda.


Avengers: Endgame Cast Sings "We Didn't Start the Fire"

The Billy Joel song "We Didn't Start the Fire" can be rewritten to reflect any world with a lot of moving parts, and Marvel comics sure has those. I missed this when it was on TV, because I don't have cable anymore. I would have been watching Colbert anyway. (via Metafilter)

Miss Cellania's Links

Disney’s Many Failed Attempts to Bring Don Quixote to the Screen. (via Digg

The perfect banana is now a get-out-the-vote billboard.

Scientific American
Endorses Joe Biden. It's the first time in its 175-year history that the magazine has endorsed any
presidential candidate.

Jenny Jinya is back with a heartbreaking comic about a parakeet.

The Acorn Woodpeckers Wars. The birds battle each other for days until one wins the right to breed.

Chewbacca Sneakers are as Hairy as You'd Expect.

Why Birds Survived and Dinosaurs Went Extinct. Maybe it was the beaks. 

George Carlin explains Fury Road. Even though he died seven years before it premiered.

When Plants Go To War. (via Damn Interesting)

A blast from the past (2016): 6 Spectacular Praying Mantises. 


As a side note, they took away the legacy version of the Blogger interface today. I hate the new version, which requires twice as many steps to do anything. Pulling up old posts out the 30,000 or so I have is a real pain. You can no longer plop your code in anywhere and have it work. And it's very slow. On the bright side, the search function works for the first time in years. It will take me some time to get used to this.


(via Fark)