Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Miss Cellania's Links

Bananas: An A-Peel-ing History.

The Tax Foundation crunched the numbers and made a map, comparing how far $100 will go in purchasing power in each state compared with the national average. Another map shows metropolitan areas compared to their surrounding areas. (via mental_floss)

An in-depth profile of erstwhile Saturday Night Live writer Michael O'Donoghue.

New Orleans Nine Years After Katrina. (via Metafilter)

Exploding Toads: The Storied Remains.

A post at Wide Lawns and Narrow Minds contrasts the process of sending kids to school in the 1970s when the author was a kid with the process today. (via Boing Boing)

What Lies Beneath Stonehenge? (via reddit)

Adam Savage has an ingenious way to explain the dangers of porn on the internet to his sons. (via Metafilter

Arby’s made a poster to show all the different kinds of meats they puts on a sandwich. The poster inspired customers to ask if they could have “that” sandwich.

Ice Cream or Not Ice Cream? How to define the real thing.

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