Friday, January 29, 2021

Miss Cellania's Links

Don't understand stocks but are curious what's going on with Reddit, hedge fund managers and Gamestop stock? This thread breaks it down in a most hilarious manner. (via Fark)  

How the ‘Millennial Divorce’ Became the Defining Break-Up of a Generation. They never married, but  bought a house together, which is a pain to split. (via Digg)

The 50 Best Cult Movies. (via Boing Boing)

I Thought I Knew Everything About Miscarriages Until I Had One Myself. (via Metafilter)

Why You Should Be Kind Instead of Nice.

A Curious Journey Through the Story of the Passport.

A demonstration of cat reflexes.

Scammer ‘Sells’ This Disabled Woman A PS5 For $450 And Never Sends It, So She Decides To Mess Up His Life. She did a thorough job of it, too.

Candy Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. It's sweet and pink for Valentines Day. 

A blast from the past (2010): 5 Stories of People Delivered as Cargo.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

I've seen 14 of those cult movies, so I still have a ways to go!

jono said...

The Scammer is a good story!

gwdMaine said...

Escape from New York was released in the United
States on July 10, 1981. The film received
positive reviews from critics and was a
commercial success, grossing more than $25
million at the box office. The film was nominated
for four Saturn Awards, including Best Science
Fiction Film and Best Direction. The film also
sucks, but that's just my opinion.

Now, that's not enough to invalidate the list,
but this is: Where the hell is Night of the
Living Dead?

This kind of thinking is why Gamestop is now
a Fortune 500 Company.

Happy Friday Miss C!

Miss Cellania said...

Happy Friday, gwdMaine!

xoxoxoBruce said...

Aha, the light bulb goes on.
I habitually go out of my way to be kind but often wondered about the lack of acknowledgement. I'd assumed it was embarrassment on the part of the recipient.
But maybe it's because I'm not particularly nice.