Monday, November 30, 2015

Miss Cellania's Links

Revolver: the Beatles' Greatest Album? Eddie Deezen tells the story.

It’s a simple quiz: just recognize all the U.S. states by their names. But there’s a lot of wrong answers, and you only have one minute.

Science has shown us that people who are generous and altruistic are happier and healthier than people who aren’t. But it’s not as easy to be kind to strangers as you’d think. (via Digg)

Hattie Brazier Stands Up. Her husband died at the hands of police in 1958, because he dared to be a successful black man.

A Conversation Between Chris Had field and Randall Munroe. (via Fark)

Star Wars: 10 Unsung Heroes Behind A New Hope. A lot of very talented people helped George Lucas bring his space opera to the world.

17 Hilarious Tumblr Posts About Language. They all have their quirks, but English is the wurst.

11 humiliatingly lame ways 2016 candidates are trying to appeal to young voters. Proving once again, that trying too hard is the opposite of cool.

Holocaust Hero Chiune Sugihara. The Japanese diplomat defied his superiors to help Jews escape Europe.

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