Wednesday, August 04, 2021


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Bella and George

Bella Burton was born with Morquio syndrome, which affects bone development. Bella also has a service dog named George, her beloved great Dane who not only offers physical support by keeping Bella upright and protected, but also emotional support that gave her the confidence to try things beyond what was considered possible for her. You can follow Bella and George at Facebook. (via Laughing Squid)


No, I never water the lawn, and I mow as little as I can get away with... that means the front yard when it really needs it, and the back yard about half as much. Meanwhile, I'm expanding the vegetable garden and the flower gardens as much as possible so I can mow even less in the future. This comic is from Jimmy Craig at They Can Talk.

Cold Weather

Major League Cat

The most entertaining thing that happened at the Yankees-Orioles game Monday was that a cat wandered onto the field and found himself the center of attention. The grounds crew made a lame attempt to remove him, but the crowd was cheering for the cat. (via Digg)

Miss Cellania's Links

Mike Judge's 2006 film Idiocracy is now on YouTube. If you've never seen it, here's your chance to catch up on why people say it has become a documentary.

10 People Who Died After Eating Something Weird.

Moving a Courthouse by Rail. Alas, one has to wonder how much stress the move put on the building, since they built a new Box Butte County courthouse in 1913.

The Rise and Spectacular Flameout of the Segway. It was a fun toy for engineers, but the project's secrecy raised expectations too high. (via Digg)

11 Moments From The Tokyo Olympics That Show What Good Sportsmanship Looks Like.

5 Wild Old-Timey Versions Of Common Household Items.

Ghost Stories from a Galaxy Far, Far Away.

A Piercing Investigation into Prince Albert’s Penis.

A blast from the past (2016): 10 Gloriously Geeky Quilts.


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Never Had One

This Coke ad from about 15 years ago is still pretty good. (via Phil’s Phun)

Tweet of the Day

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Tuesday, August 03, 2021


The Old Sow Song

This clip of actor and comedian Rufe Davis singing "The Old Sow Song" is undated, but considering what he says, we can assume it was recorded during World War II. You've surely heard the song somewhere before, because songs with fart noises will always be remembered. You can read a background on the song and the singer at Dangerous Minds.

Uber Eats

The order number is making a statement. (via reddit)

Maintaining Proximity

Whatever works for your relationship! This comic is from Nathan Pyle's Strange Planet.

Too Much Information

The Diving Gondola: A Strange Elevator to the Ocean Floor

If you've ever wanted to go to the bottom of the ocean in a diving bell, then you should head to the coast of Germany, where they actually have a few, and tourists are welcome. But if you can't go right now, Tom Scott will show you what it's like. Personally, I'd recommend waiting until they build these in spots with a better view. (via reddit)

Gettin' Fit

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The Magic Beard

See this beard? Ain't it weird? Don't be feared -it's just Ben Garvin and his magical beard in a supremely silly stop-motion video. (via Daily Picks and Flicks)

Tweet of the Day

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Monday, August 02, 2021

Poor Guy


Why must it be organic? Are we trying to keep our vampires healthy? That's at least five times what garlic should cost. (via reddit)