Monday, November 22, 2021

Miss Cellania's Links

Meet Sally the Mermaid Cat. Paralyzed on the back end, she is a social media ambassador for disabled cats. 

Money Can Make or Break Your Mental Health. The proof is in the data on suicide rates during the pandemic.

Gunther the German Shepherd is Selling his Eight-Bedroom House. (via Digg)

The Crucifixion of the Cable Guy. More work, less money, late stage capitalism.

Microscopic Robots in the Works to Deliver Anti-Cancer Drugs. (via Damn Interesting)

An Archaeological Dig Reignites the Debate Over the Old Testament’s Historical Accuracy.   

The History Of The Morton Salt Girl. (via Metafilter)

Passive-Aggressive Christmas Gifts for People You Don't Like. (via Everlasting Blort)

The Story of the Leaning Tower of San Francisco. Plans to repair the Millennium Tower are on hold again. (via Nag on the Lake)

A blast from the past (2018): 13 Twists on Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes.

1 comment:

xoxoxoBruce said...

Gunther III inherited $80 million when countess Karlotta Liebenstein kicked in 1992, and since it would be unbecoming for a dog with $80 million to live feral I’d assume Karlotta named a human or two to be Gunther’s staff. (Stacey, peel me a cat.)
That was 30 years ago, and German Shepherds, even rich ones, don’t live that long. So now we’re up to Gunther VI. Hmm I wonder if VI, V, IV, and III are actually related or just fortunate dogs the people who actually control the money picked up. If they are descendants was the first born male in each liter subject to the rules of peerage?
The humans who actually control Gunther Inc are the lucky dogs.