Friday, August 28, 2020

Miss Cellania's Links

The International Garden Photographer of the Year Macro Awards. (via Kottke)

Interracial Couple’s Home Receives Higher Appraisal After Removing All Signs of Blackness From the House—Including the Wife.

Sean Kelly says: One of the big problems with "dark and gritty" Batman movies is that the people writing them can't craft a mystery that's so complex only Batman can solve it, so Batman's "superpower" ends up being "the ability to violate people's Constitutional rights." Then he crafts a Batman plot that will work in the 21st century. (via Metafilter)

18 Animal Misconceptions We Learned From Movies & TV. 

The Facts and Fiction of Chicago's Prohibition-Era Bootlegging Tunnels.

The Mountains Where Manna Flows From Trees. Giulio Gelardi has spent 40 years growing, perfecting, and promoting manna for a new generation.    

LSD microdose trial for acute pain relief reports “remarkable” results. (via Damn Interesting)

The Fascinating Story of Kool-Aid.

Amazon has a serious problem with counterfeit products, and it's all because of something called "commingled inventory." (via TYWKIWDBI)

A blast from the past (2016): The 1909 Cherry Mine Disaster.


gwdMaine said...

Holy miscellanea Miss Cellania! Let that be a lesson
to you. In the future everyone's got to be more careful
with whose Kool-Aid they're drinking.

Happy Friday!

Miss Cellania said...

Happy Friday, gwdMaine!