Friday, January 31, 2020

Miss Cellania's Links

Start your day right with the 40 Most Wholesome Rescue Pet Photos Of The Month.

What Happened After the Liberation of Auschwitz.

The Art and Science of Kashmir’s Pink Tea.

Rock, paper, scissors. More fun than you imagined.

Are You Good Enough at Paperwork to Be a Poor American? Take this quiz to see whether you make the kinds of mistakes that can cost poor families food or health insurance.

Watch Out, America: John Oliver Is Officially a U.S. Citizen Now. (via reddit)

New Valentines by PJ McQuade for 2020 include Larry David, Keanu Reeves, Pennywise, and Ellen Ripley. That's in addition to all his previous pop culture cards that send a message.

Facebook Won’t Remove This Woman’s Butthole As A Business Page. They did, after the article was published.

This Could Be America’s Most Expensive Home Ever- If It Can Find a Buyer. (via Digg)

Unicode has approved a set of new emoji icons you can use to dress up your text messages and social media posts. (via Kottke)

A blast from the past (2007): 9 Really Cool Aquariums.


gwdMaine said...

I understand that Scissors can beat Paper, and I get
how Rock can beat Scissors, but there's no way Paper
can beat Rock. Paper is supposed to magically wrap
around Rock leaving it immobile? Why can’t paper do
this to scissors? Screw scissors, why can’t paper do
this to people? Why isn’t notebook paper constantly
suffocating students while they take notes in class?
I’ll tell you why: because paper can’t beat anybody;
a rock would tear it up in 2 seconds. When I play rock
paper scissors, I always choose rock. Then when
somebody claims to beat me with their paper I can punch
them in the face with my already clenched fist and say,
“Oh shoot, I’m sorry. I thought paper would protect you!”

Happy Friday Miss C.

Bruce said...


Miss Cellania said...

Happy Friday, gwdMaine!

xoxoxoBruce said...

"Screw scissors, why can’t paper do this to people?"
I guess you've never been buried in paperwork. LoL