Friday, October 25, 2019

Miss Cellania's Links

The 30 Most Haunted Places in America. And the stories behind them. (via Bits and Pieces)

Shoji Ushiyama recently posted a long list of observations on his Canadian experience. The more you read, the more it feels like a classic episode of The Twilight Zone. (via Metafilter)

Have you ever seen a black serval?

Public health professor Abdul El-Sayed explains the controversy on Medicare For All on Chris Hayes' podcast. It's long but every minute is worth it.  

Did Elvis have a Secret Fetish for Vampires? Two of the women he had relationships with point to yes.

The 30 Best Horror TV Shows of All Time.

AOC tries to determine the line that Mark Zuckerberg has drawn for honesty in political ads. He appears to have no idea.

How Steak Became Manly and Salads Became Feminine. The divide accelerated when advertisers got involved. (via Damn Interesting)

A blast from the past (2012): Tituba, the Early American Witch.


gwdMaine said...

Tis the season for political ads and per usual I can't
wait for them to all end. The only thing transparent is
the corruption. Then we can get back to the normal stuff
about erectile dysfunction, feminine napkins, beer, and
toilet paper. Toilet paper. Why is there so much advertising
around it to begin with? Who's not already buying it?

Happy Friday Miss C.

Miss Cellania said...

Happy Friday, gwdMaine!

MarkOfIowa said...

Could be worse... You could live in Iowa, like me! It seems like non-stop political ads around here. You just tune them out after a while.

gwdMaine said...

MarkOfIowa I give you both sympathy AND empathy.