Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Miss Cellania's Links

A Library Assistant Shares 28 Things She's Learned About the General Public. (via Bored Panda)

Celebrities Whose Fictional Crimes Turned Real.

When San Francisco’s Chinatown Was Quarantined for Plague. (via Nag on the Lake)

Muslims of Early America. Muslims came to America more than a century before Protestants, and in great numbers.

The Curious Cons of the Man Who Wouldn’t Die. Mark Olmsted he wanted to spend what time he had left enjoying himself, but the more crimes he committed, the more HIV research was advancing.  (via Digg)

Is the World Really Overpopulated?

I Lost 25 Pounds in 4 Months Eating Prison Food. “I couldn’t wait to go home, restart my life—and eat a diet that didn’t kill me.”

That One Time Coca-Cola Made a Dystopian Soda. OK Soda was remarkably short-lived, but exceedingly strange.

How Dodge City Became The Ultimate Wild West. Mostly, it was the victim of fake news. (via Damn Interesting)

A blast from the past (2013): 8 Underground Rivers.

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