Sunday, November 27, 2022

Best Friends



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Running the Gammatar



Joe Kramer’s short film Running the Gammatar is a lovely story about a young couple trying to negotiate a relationship while their city is being terrorized by a giant fire-breathing monster. It’s like rom-com meets Japanese monster movie, except this monster is uglier than any version of Godzilla, and his name is Gammatar. (via the Presurfer)


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Saturday, November 26, 2022

Inflatable Underpants



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The Mask



In 1994, the movie The Mask proved that you can make live-action cartoons. It showcased the creative use of CGI, but it was Jim Carrey's physical humor that made it work better than others that tried the same technique later (like Cat in the Hat). The Mask cost $23 million to make and grossed $351 million. It made Cameron Diaz a star and made Jim Carrey a legend.

Caught Red-handed

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The World's Oldest Cat



Flossie has already outlived two owners, but she keeps on keepin' on. Flossie was born into a colony of feral cats in 1995 and was adopted by a worker at a nearby hospital. Decades years later, the man that inherited her could no longer care for an elderly cat, and she was surrendered to the Cats Protection shelter in Kent, UK. Vicki Green of London took on the challenge of caring for Flossie, who is now deaf and has failing eyesight.

But now Flossie is a celebrity. At the age of 26 years and 316 days, she achieved the Guinness World Record for the oldest living cat! Green said the world record is nice, but it won't change anything for her or Flossie, who despite her age is affectionate, playful, and has a good appetite. (via Strange Company)


Can They?



Infinite LEGO Domino Machine



We know how much fun it is to topple a row of dominoes. What's not so fun is picking them up again, or even worse, aligning them upright again. Could someone design a machine that does that? That would be pretty complicated, because dominoes may fall in exact lines, but they end of on the floor in a jumbled mess. Grant Davis not only made a machine that can reset dominoes even when they misalign, he made it entirely out of LEGO parts! More than 4,000 LEGO pieces, which took him between 300 and 400 hours to conceive, design, and build. It picks up dominoes, stacks them in alignment, and topples them, too. (via Gizmodo)

Prophesy



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Cow in the House



This is what happens when you take your eyes off a five-year-old for five minutes. Billie Jo Decker found that her daughter Breanna had let her pet calf into the house. The calf seems to enjoy the adventure. Decker didn’t lose her cool, and in fact was pretty amused by the situation. She just grabbed a camera and recorded Breanna’s attempts at explanation. And it eventually leads to an adorable moment of affection between Breanna and her beloved calf. (via Daily Picks and Flicks)

Tweet of the Day

You know the song, I know the song, even little schoolchildren know the song. But pretend for a moment that you've never heard it before, but you can read musical notation. How would you sing this song? If you don't read music, there are plenty of people who do. The Twitter thread has at least a dozen singers trying to follow the notation, which makes the song a pain to hear. (via Metafilter)

Friday, November 25, 2022

Turkey Carcass

Santa Claus' New Sleigh


Hey, have you ever wondered how Santa Claus travels all over the world in one night? Maybe it's his ridiculously powered triple valveless pulsejet engine throwing off heat as it zips across a field of snow. You could even say it glows! Crazy Rocketman Robert Maddox outfitted his souped-up go-kart with ski runners and twinkling Christmas lights, and himself with a Santa Claus suit (the beard is natural) to open up the Christmas season in style! He says it about 12 degrees where he is, so it's a good thing that engine is hot enough to warm his hand after his ride. (via reddit)

Close



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Delivery Man Begs Chicken to Stay Inside



This delivery driver was told to leave a package in the garage. But there was a chicken named Fancy in the garage, recovering from an injury. Fancy wanted to go outside, and the driver needed to take a picture of his delivery. That leads to an amusing scene in which the driver puts the chicken back in, and she follows him straight back out before he can snap his picture and get the garage door shut. The whole thing was caught on Cyndi and Robert's Ring camera. (via Boing Boing)

Knock Knock



What If a Supernova Hits Earth?



A supernova is when a star explodes. If our sun were to go supernova, we wouldn't know what hit us. That's not going to happen in your lifetime. But what about a star outside our solar system? It's been happening since the early days of the universe, but supernova explosions are usually too far away to affect earth much, although they can leave evidence we find millions of years later. Kurzgesagt gives us various scenarios for supernovas at difference distances from Earth, and what might happen. If they were closer, the process of a star dying is pretty complicated for relatively nearby planets. There is a distance that's a "sweet spot" that will rain destruction on Earth over the course of centuries, leading to a future dystopia. Closer than that, well, that's it. The last two minutes of this video is an ad.

Miss Cellania's Links

50 Times Cats Hilariously Fell For The “Traps” Their Owners Used To Catch Them. 

How physics can improve the urinal. (via Damn Interesting)

This House is Eight Feet Wide, but Feels Much Bigger.

The 15 Most Extreme Celebrity Pets.

Giant Goldfish Weighing 67 Lbs. Caught by Fisherman. (Thanks WTM!)

From balancing a checkbook to finding dates in person, should Gen Z and millennials learn these vintage skills and preserve boomer wisdom? My Gen Z kids know all these things. (via Fark

The story of the purple tomato — and why its success is a win for GM foods. (via Real Clear Science

Charles Domery, The Glutton. His story might make you feel better about overdoing it on Thanksgiving.

The 100 Greatest TV Theme Songs of All Time. You can skip directly to the top ten here. (via reddit)

Leftovers

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Black Friday: The Movie



If they made a movie about Black Friday shopping, of course it would be a horror film. By this point, I’m starting to believe that Black Friday sales are a tradition people only participate in to create news stories and viral videos. Why would anyone want to do this? My Christmas shopping philosophy has evolved over the years -I never buy any Christmas gift because it’s on sale anymore. I’d personally rather buy something that the receiver needs or wants. That’s completely opposite my philosophy for buying groceries. This movie parody trailer is from Nacho Punch. (via Tastefully Offensive)


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Thursday, November 24, 2022

Personal Ad



Rifftrax Improves the Star Wars Holiday Special



How to make The Star Wars Holiday Special watchable? Cut it down to ten minutes of highlights and add snarky commentary. Rifftrax, the direct descendant of MST3K, gives us a gift for the holiday season. In case you want to suffer through the entire two hours of The Star Wars Holiday Special, you can watch Rifftrax's full version.

What We Are Thankful For



This is from a class of 6-year-olds. (via reddit)

Ready for a Nap?



Are you ready for a nap with some fluffy friends? All God's creatures need to rest sooner or later, and when you put them together in a compilation, that need becomes contagious. First, it's a sloth, then a bear, then kitty cats and birds and gorillas and hippos and snakes. Before you know it, you'll be yawning, too. (via Fark)

Thanksgiving



(Thanks, Bicycle Bill!)

Oh, the Humanity!



It’s a Thanksgiving tradition. The funniest episode of WKRP in Cincinnati ever.

Miss Cellania's Links

How To Cook a Frozen Turkey

CHEAT SHEETS for any spontaneous, politically-charged talk this Thanksgiving. Click right for 16 tips. (via Metafilter)

Make Your Holiday Weird with Thanksgiving: The Movie. 

Celebrating the United States of Stuffing. The article contains links to many different stuffing recipes.

The WKRP Great Turkey Drop.

You Do Not Need to Make a Pumpkin Pie From Scratch. Ever. But if you do, save me a piece, because we are having pumpkin cake this year.

The 9 best Thanksgiving songs I definitely didn’t just make up. Soundcloud link. (via Metafilter)  

North Americans feared and misunderstood pizza in the 1950s.

"Going Undercover." The latest from Tom the Dancing Bug.

The case for buying less — and how to actually do it.


Turkey?

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President Bartlet on the Butterball Hotline



A classic Thanksgiving scene from The West Wing.

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Wednesday, November 23, 2022

No Loss



How to Eat Pumpkin Pie

(via Eddie Deezen)

Honest Trailer: Pocahontas



Screen Junkies has been going back in time and picking up some movies that everyone knows, and were released before they started doing their Honest Trailer series. Today they are giving us the lowdown on Disney's 1995 animated feature Pocahontas. Yeah, that was ten years before YouTube! In this movie, Disney reached back into history to find an American princess, and had to alter the real story beyond recognition to make it happen. Somehow I didn't pay enough attention the first time around to notice it was a retread of The Little Mermaid. The real treat here is the song parody of "Colors of the Wind."

Heaven

A German shepherd, Doberman, and a cat have died. All three are face-to-face with God, Who wants to know what they believe in.

The German shepherd says, “I believe in discipline training, and loyalty to my master.”

“Good,” says God. “Then sit down on My right side. Doberman, what do you believe in?”

The Doberman answers, “I believe in the love, care, and protection of my master.”

“Ah, yes,” said God. “You may sit to My left.”

Then He looks at the cat and asks, “And what do you believe in?”

The cat answers, “I believe you are sitting in my seat.”

(Thanks, WTM!)

Mom on Thanksgiving



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Why Build a Diving Board Twice the Olympic Height?



Why would anyone need a 65-foot tall diving platform? The Montreal Olympic Sports Centre has a 20-meter diving board, to go along with their many other specialized swimming and diving facilities. It was cliff diver Lysanne Richard who talked them into adding the super-high platform. After all, they had room for it, and it's indoors where she can practice out of the cold. Tom Scott climbs up to the platform, but it's Richard who takes the plunge -after she sends her shoes down by zipline.

Kids Table

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LEGO Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens



Snooperking saw the teaser trailer for the Star Wars film The Force Awakens and set to work making a LEGO version. It took about twelve hours of work, but he got it uploaded less than a day after the teaser trailer was released in 2014, just in time to join the family for a holiday weekend visit. (via Tastefully Offensive)

Tweet of the Day

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Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Gas Card

(I Know) I'm Losing You

The Temptations were the first to record the song "(I Know) I'm Losing You" in 1967. The song was also a hit for Rare Earth in 1970 and Rod Stewart in 1971. I'm fairly sure this clip is from The Ed Sullivan Show.


Bart Does It Again

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Jaguars Do Not Make Good Pets



Don't even think about keeping a jaguar as a pet. It's a bad idea for everyone involved. In this story, someone bought a jaguar cub to keep as a pet. But then Khali grew, and the owner couldn't handle her anymore. A female jaguar can grow to six feet long and more than 200 pounds. She was then kept in a warehouse, where she was confused and terrified. That's when ONCA, a wildlife rehabilitation and advocacy organization, was called in. They took Khali to their facilities in the Bolivian Amazon.

The problem Khali presented was that she was no longer young enough to be adopted by a foster jaguar mother, but she wasn't at all familiar with the rain forest, so she couldn't be released -yet. ONCA volunteers took care of her in stages, from helping her to calm down to giving her gentle jungle experiences to taking her out in the forest to live in her own enclosure. That enclosure was enlarged to get her used to her new habitat. We hope that she'll eventually be able to strike out on her own in the rain forest where she belongs.

The Monk

A new monk arrives at the monastery. He is assigned the task of helping the other monks in copying the old texts by hand. He notices, however, that they are copying copies, and not the original books.

So, the new monk goes to the head monk to ask him about this. He points out that if there was an error in the first copy, that error would be continued in all of the other copies. The head monk says, “We have been copying from the copies for centuries, but you make a good point, my son.”

So, he goes down into the cellar with one of the copies to check it against the original. Hours later, nobody has seen him. So, one of the monks goes downstairs to look for him. He hears sobbing coming from the back of the cellar and finds the old monk leaning over one of the original books crying. He asks what’s wrong.

“You idiots,” he says, with anger and sadness in his eyes, “the word was celebrate!”

(Thanks, WTM!)

This Car Has a Personality



Andor 1975 TV Intro



Disney's newest Star Wars series is Andor, the story of Cassian Andor who we met in the movie Rogue One. But what if it were an action series from the 1970s, in the vein of Hawaii 5-O or Space 1999? Auralnauts makes it happen, as they place the TV show in the time period where the prequel really fits- 1975, a couple of years before the first Star Wars movie. After all, Andor is a prequel to a prequel. (via Geeks Are Sexy

Miss Cellania's Links

De-Aging, Nazis, and the Space Race: Details on Indiana Jones 5.

Forgotten Ring Turns Out to Be a Valuable Piece of History. (via Strange Company)

Police Dog Finds Lost Hunter Who had Fallen in River. (via Fark)

Carrying out executions took a secret toll on workers — then changed their politics. (via Nag on the Lake)

The Top 25 Most Wanted Lost Species.

This is why your taxes are going up.

The myth of the evil stepmother. (via Digg)

Inside Trevor Noah’s Bombshell Decision to Leave The Daily Show.

Saving a dog in a terrifying position. (via Infidel753)


Sweetie



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This is My Product



Will we ever be able to let go of Breaking Bad? Maybe not, when fans keep giving us treats like this supercut from Matthijs Vlot. Vlot made a rap song out of clips from the TV show that rhymes, holds a proper beat, and does not rely on autotune or other tricks outside of old-fashioned editing. It’s just Walter, Jesse, and the other characters saying the things they said. The result is catnip for fans of the show! (via Warming Glow)

Monday, November 21, 2022

No Flies!



Mel Blanc and Jack Benny on Johnny Carson



The YouTube account for Johnny Carson has just made available a clip of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson from 1974, in which the guests were Jack Benny and Mel Blanc. Blanc, "the man of a thousand voices," tells how he got his first job in voice work in 1927. That puts this recording halfway between Blanc's breakthrough and today. Listen to Blanc do his cartoon characters, plus a car, a horse, and more. He and Benny go over some of their old routines and laugh at themselves so much that we can't help but laugh along with them.

A Review to Remember



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The Munching of the Flowers



Sunflower Farm Creamery sells goat cheese, Nigerian dwarf goat kids, and other products. But since "sunflower" is in the name, they are obligated to grow sunflowers. Not that this is a burden, but with all these goats around, the sunflowers have to be fenced off to flourish. In autumn, when the plants decline and the flowers hang heavy with seed, the day comes when the fence is opened up and the goats scurry to eat the delicious sunflowers, stem, seeds, leaves, and all. The annual Feast of the Sunflowers is a happy occasion, because after all, sometimes you just gotta stop and eat the flowers.  

Animal Testing



Something tells me they didn't think their plan all the way through. There's a big difference between testing a product for safety and testing a product for quality. And now some hungry dogs are out of a job. This comic is from Alzward's Corner. (via Geeks Are Sexy)

Crisis



The Best of Robot Chicken Darth Vader


 

Vader the way you wish he had been.

Miss Cellania's Links

Did you see all the zombies in the ad breaks of The Walking Dead finale last night? Ryan Reynolds was behind "The Walking Deadvertising."

The Wholesome Lost World of Competitive Barrel Jumping.

New Year's Eve Will be a Little More Sober at CNN.

Three years ago, Trump tweeted an image from a spy satellite, declassified document shows. (via Fark)

Salvation: a Harrowing Escape from Vietnam. 

Oklahoma town celebrates its A Christmas Story ties with new 50-foot leg lamp statue.

How To Fit Solar Panels Into Your Home Design.

Stepping Into Your Grandparents’ East Van Living Room. Jeffery Chong’s ‘Home Edition’ is a rare glimpse of 1960s Chinese-Canadian domestic life. (via Nag on the Lake)

Alan MacMasters: How the great online toaster hoax was exposed. (via Metafilter)

Thinking



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23 Facts About Thanksgiving Foods



If you learn these fascinating facts about Thanksgiving food, you’ll have something more to say besides “Thank you,” when your dinner guests compliment your cooking. John Green shares some trivia about turkeys, dressing/stuffing/filling, potatoes, corn, cranberries, and other traditional Thanksgiving dishes. (via mental_floss)

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Sunday, November 20, 2022

Duck Season



But You Didn't


 

Get your hankies ready. This short is based on an anonymous poem from the Vietnam War era. (via reddit)


Men's Fashion




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This Bird Hadn’t Been Documented by Scientists Since 1882



The black-naped pheasant-pigeon is a rarely seen bird. Scientists documented a sighting in 1882, but since then, only locals on Fergusson Island in Papua New Guinea have seen the bird they call "auwo," and those sightings were decades ago. The pheasant-pigeon was thought to be extinct. But a team of scientists from the Papua New Guinea National Museum, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and the American Bird Conservancy spent a month setting up camera traps in the mountains of Fergusson. It was two days before their scheduled exit when the bird was discovered to have been recorded on a camera trap, 3200 feet up a ridge. Jordan Boersma recorded the moment he recognized the bird in the camera trap's footage and showed it to his colleague Doka Nason. This is the moment that ornithologists (and all wildlife biologists) live for. Contains NSFW language.  


Medical Terminology

Benign: What you be after you be eight. 

Artery: The study of paintings. 

Bacteria: Back door to cafeteria. 

Barium: What doctors do when patients die. 

Cesarean Section: A neighborhood in Rome. 

Cat scan: Searching for kitty. 

Cauterize: Made eye contact with her. 

Coma: A punctuation mark. 

D & C: Where Washington is. 

Dilate: To live long. 

Enema: Not a friend. 

Fester: Quicker than someone else. 

Fibula: A small lie. 

G. I. Series: World Series of military baseball. 

Hangnail: What you hang your coat on. 

Impotent: Distinguished, well known. 

Labor Pain: Getting hurt at work. 

Medical Staff: A Doctor's cane. 

Morbid: A higher offer than I bid. 

Nitrates: Cheaper than day. 

Node: Was aware of. 

Outpatient: A person who has fainted. 

Pap Smear: A fatherhood test. 

Pelvis: Second cousin to Elvis. 

Post Operative: A letter carrier. 

Recovery Room: Place to do upholstery. 

Rectum: Darn near killed him. 

Secretion: Hiding something. 

Seizure: Roman emperor. 

Tablet: A small table. 

Terminal Illness: Getting sick at the airport. 

Tumor: More than one. 

Urine: Opposite of you're out. 

Varicose: Nearby, close by.  

Vein: Conceited

Crowbar



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The Earthquake That Changed History



In 1755, an earthquake struck Lisbon, Portugal, which was followed by a tsunami, then by a fire that engulfed the city. Thousands died, and the city was ruined. Lisbon is the nation's capital, and Portugal was an empire busy colonizing other parts of the world at the time, so the catastrophe was big news globally. It also came at a moment in history that science was on the rise, and the struggle between studying natural phenomena and ascribing all events to God's will was in full force. There were political effects of the earthquake as well, that led to revolutions far from Portugal. BBC reel gives us a quick overview of the effects of the Lisbon earthquake.

Bird Feeder



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What Happens When You Eat Too Much?



As we prepare for a particularly American holiday centered around the custom of eating ourselves into a coma, we might want to learn more about what’s going on in our bodies. Why do we feel so full after Thanksgiving dinner? Because we ate too much. But that’s just the beginning. Watch this video from the American Chemical Society now, so you’ll have time to forget the unpleasantness of the situation before the turkey hits the table. And remember, when you can’t eat any more, there’s always leftovers for tomorrow! (Thanks, Elaine Seward!)

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Saturday, November 19, 2022

Inclusive



WarGames



The 1983 film WarGames is a teen film, but it showed us what can happen when you combine the widespread availability of computer technology with the dangers of the Cold War. A young hacker finds his way into the US military's system for simulating, detecting, and executing nuclear attacks. What could possibly go wrong? WarGames was the first time I had ever seen Matthew Broderick, and I thought "This kid is going places." He was 21 at the time, but looked much younger.

Later we heard a story about the production. The filmmakers couldn't get any access to the Pentagon's facilities, so they used their imaginations to build the set that housed the program. Later, military officials said that the state-of-the-art computers portrayed in the movie were just a dream to them, as the real thing was quite obsolete.   


Dance Off



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Working from Home with Pets

Beginning in March of 2020, an awful lot of people found out what it was like working from home. The toilet paper is better, the lunch breaks are longer, and you only have to dress from the waist up for meetings. But for the many who have pets, the challenge was even greater. Our cats and dogs know that the time we spend at home is family time, and they want all the love they can get from us while we are home. This doesn't always mesh with productivity. What can you do? We know who's the real boss. (via Fark)

At the Pharmacy

A woman takes her miniature Schnauzer puppy to the vet, because she's concerned about its hearing. The vet checks it out and tells her that the puppy's hearing is fine, it just has an excess amount of fur in its ears. He tells her to stop at the pharmacy and get some hair remover and once a month, put a small amount of remover on a cotton swab, dab it on its ear and wipe the excess hair away.

On the way home, she stops at the pharmacy and finds some hair remover. She takes it to the pharmacy counter to check out and the pharmacist tells her, "If you use this on your legs, don't wear stockings for a week."

She tells him "It's not for my legs."

The pharmacist replies, "Then if you use it on your underarms, wear sleeveless blouses for a week."

She says "It's not for my underarms, it's for my Schnauzer."

"Oh, okay," he replies, "In that case, I recommend you don't ride your bike for a week."

(Thanks, Bruce!)

Wait Your Turn



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Homemade Chili Done Right



YouTube chef Adam Ragusea breaks down the basics of making homemade chili. It's really quite simple. About 50 years ago, a friend made some really good chili and I got her recipe. Over time, I have changed and refined it to my own liking. The point is, homemade chili is a wonderful food that you can improve upon throughout your life. Don't be put off by this video's apparent length. Only 4:40 is devoted to chili; the rest is an ad. (via Digg)

Counter



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Red Pandas Climb on Zookeeper



These little red pandas really loves their zookeeper. Either that, or they consider the guy to be just another tree to climb and explore! Or maybe they always like to cause trouble, like when one of them knocks the guy’s hat off. These pandas live at the the Maruyama Zoo in Sapporo, Japan. (via Daily Picks and Flicks)

Tweet of the Day

Obviously a springer spaniel. (Thanks, WTM!)

Friday, November 18, 2022

Quartet



Two Sousaphone Players Have a Lightsaber Battle



You will always recognize a lightsaber duel by its sound effects. These Sousaphone players make their own, and they are perfect! (via Pop Culturista)

Get It On

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The First Teaser Trailer for Elemental



We've been hearing about the Disney/Pixar movie Elemental for several years, and now we finally get our first look. In this short trailer, we get a look at Element City, where the residents are made of, well, elements: earth, air, fire, or water. The characters made of earth are quite varied, from trees to potted plants to a pile of compost. We barely get a glimpse of our lead characters, Ember, who is fire, and Wade, who is water, but we can see that they have a spark for each other at their first meeting. The movie was directed by Peter Sohn, and was inspired by the story of his parents meeting and falling in love. Elemental opens on June 16, 2023. (via Digg)

The Crabs

So a female crab is scuttling down the beach when she sees a male crab, and notices that he's walking straight forward instead of side-to-side.

So impressed is she by his novel approach to life, she marries him on the spot and spends that night with him.

The next morning, as they venture out for food, she notices that he's walking side-to-side, like any other crab would do.

"Hey, what gives, I thought you walked forwards, but you're going sideways now, just like any old crab!"

"What? You think I can get that drunk every day?!"

Internet



Neandertals And Humans Met Way Earlier Than We Thought



We already know that when the big migration of homo sapiens came out of Africa into Europe 80,000 years ago, they interbred with Neanderthals. That's why most people on earth now had some vestiges of Neanderthal DNA. But more recent research shows the gene pool flowed the other way as well, and much earlier than we thought. Sequencing the genes of Neanderthals that died very long ago isn't easy, but it has yielded evidence that homo sapiens and Neanderthals interbred long, long before the big migration that saw homo sapiens take over the world. The key to this discovery is the Y chromosome, which had been very hard to find in Neanderthal remains. But when scientists finally found it, the results are astonishing. PBS Eons explains what we found.

Miss Cellania's Links

A Faithful Recounting of the Planes, Trains & Automobiles Infidelity Storyline That Was Left on the Cutting Room Floor.

14 Fun Facts About Black Panthers. The big cats, that is.

What I Learned Taking Cold Showers for an Entire Year. (via Damn Interesting)

50 Times People Asked To Cover Up Their Scars, And This Tattoo Artist Nailed It. 

The landlord & the tenant: One kind of justice for those who own and another for those who rent. (via Digg)

Superman loves you.

Distract Your Cat With These Video Game Apps.

Fifty psychological and psychiatric terms to avoid: a list of inaccurate, misleading, misused, ambiguous, and logically confused words and phrases. (via Boing Boing)

Cows Fed Hemp Silage Produced THC-laden Milk. Imagine how expensive that milk will be.



Knitting



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Dancing Firemen



The Achao, Chile, volunteer fire department is always ready to respond to an emergency. But they also dance! In full gear! If you’re in a hurry, you can skip ahead. The dancing starts at about 1:45. The song is "Soy Tu Nene Malo" by Nene Malo. (via Daily Picks and Flicks)

Tweet of the Day

In 1947, the US military discovered how to make a cat extremely angry. However, this footage is more likely from the mid-1960s. It still made the cats angry. (via Fark)

Thursday, November 17, 2022

Nearly Naked Man



I can't read the small print, but I am guessing drugs. (via Bad Newspaper)

I'm Gonna Make You Love Me

The Temptations perform "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1969. Eddie Kendrick's falsetto is unforgettable.

Self-Adjusting



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