Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Miss Cellania's Links

The Creepiest Objects in Museums. You can follow the #CreepiestObject hashtag. (via Mashable)

How the Game-Changing George Foreman Grill Made History. (via Damn Interesting)

The Ways People Make Their Homes Feel Safe. From traditional talismans to exorcisms to more modern questions such as keeping a gun handy. (via Digg)

Teachers in 2026. (via Everlasting Blort)

Woman Saves Cracked Egg, Hatches Duck. She put the egg in her bra to keep it warm. For 35 days. With plenty of pictures. 

A Doctor Described The Extreme Lengths He Took To Get PPE After Being Outbid By The Federal Government. Sad that states and hospitals have to smuggle equipment to keeps the feds from taking it.

A Woman's Breast Implants Saved Her Life From a Gunshot, Doctors Say.

A Slinky Treadmill.

Prolonged Isolation Can Lead to the Creation of New Accents.

A blast from the past (2012): 12 Heroic U.S. Military Chaplains.


Bicycle Bill said...

RE: creepy things in museums —
I remember seeing male and female bodies that had been cut into 1/2-inch wide slices longitudinally, encased in glass and displayed like oversized microscope slides.

xoxoxoBruce said...

Katy Kelleher is clearly irrational.

Bicycle Bill said...

added --- at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.