Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Miss Cellania's Links

My 72 Hours in a Viral Tweet Vortex: A Diary. So many people assumed that this school essay was real.

17th-century London Death Roulette. A random game that assigns you a cause of death based on actual records from 1665 London. (via Boing Boing)

A short course on how the American worker is losing ground. Plenty of links make it a much longer and in-depth course.

2020 Underwater Photographer of the Year Winners. (via Digg)

The London Burkers: Body Snatchers of the 1830s. (via Strange Company)

The Origin of "Baby Shark." You may be surprised by how it started.

The Best and Worst Rats of the Week. Through them you will learn the quirks of different rats and get a taste the shenanigans that go on at a rat retirement home.

There is a car, in the hospital parking lot. It tells a story just by being there. (via Metafilter)

Surprisingly “Modern” Fashion Trends of the Victorian Period. Women wore men's clothing, tattoos, and pierced nipples.

A blast from the past (2007): 5 Cars That Became Metaphors (deserved or not).

1 comment:

Artful Dodger said...

I recently visited the hospital four nine days before my wife died there. There was such a car in the parking lot of that hospital It left the same day I left for good.