Thursday, March 26, 2015

Miss Cellania's Links

10 Far Out Kid's TV Shows From The 1970s. It was the decade of psychedelia and Sid & Marty Krofft.

A 250-year-old “treaty oak” in Jacksonville, Florida, was saved from destruction in the 1930s because of its history. Never mind that that history was just made up.

A 1917 newspaper headline called her “The Richest Negro Girl in the World.” Sarah Rector’s land allotment was small and rocky, no good for agriculture, so her father leased it to an oil company.

Sailed: A Dating App For Thirty-Somethings. Because if you haven’t found the perfect match by age 30, you’re a weirdo loser who will never find anyone to love you.

What you need to know about Angelina Jolie’s latest surgery. Preventing cancer can be a complex and deeply personal decision, no matter who you are.

What the English of Shakespeare, Beowulf, and King Arthur actually sounded like. You might not recognize it as English at all.

Sex and Suffering: The Tragic Life of the Courtesan in Japan's Floating World.

The real lesson of the Rolling Stone rape article fiasco.

The Berkeley Spampocalypse.

Debunking the Myth of the Job-Stealing Immigrant.

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