Sunday, August 20, 2017

Our House

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Dog with an Advertising Job

Here's a dog with a unique job. He walks around the tourist district of Huangpu village in China, showing everyone a sign advertising his owner's hamburger shop! Take his word for it, the burgers are good. Want to take a picture? He'll pose, but only with his sign facing front so you can see it. That's a good dog. (via Tastefully Offensive)

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Keeping Up with the News

The Onion is trying its best. (via reddit)

Wildcat Scream

Have you ever wondered what a caracal cub sounds like? No? Well, you know now anyway. Give him a year, and that scream will be frightening.

Tweet of the Day

Click on the image of the text to read all the lyrics (so far). Someone needs to make a music video right away. (via Metafilter)


IKEA released instructions on how to make one of their rugs into a cape, as they do on Game of Thrones. (via Geeks Are Sexy)

Trump's Chaotic Month

Whatever else you say, you can't say our president is a do-nothing. Brooke Baldwin of CNN went down the list of what our current administration has done in the past month. It's a pretty long list, but it goes fast. While most of it is a mess, the failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act is a relief. (via Uproxx)  

Teacher's Pet

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1,069 Dancing Robots Set a World Record

WL Intelligent Technology Co, Ltd, in Guangzhou set up 1,069 Dobi robots and had them all dance in unison. This set a new world record. Well, they actually set up more robots than that, but the few that fell over while dancing were deducted from the total count. They still looked good. The Dobi robots broke the previous record that was set only a couple of weeks ago by another Chinese company. This may be the beginning of a back-and-forth that could eventually bring the robot apocalypse upon us. (via Boing Boing)

Friday, August 18, 2017

Casual But Chic

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Simon's Cat's Guide to Ultimate Cat Yoga

Cats are experts at yoga. They can bend themselves into any position, because they are liquid, of course. Simon's Cat wordlessly demonstrates his abilities in this video. But do cats get the same benefits out of yoga that humans do? For them, it's just everyday posing, and they are already as limber as a stream of water.

Park Ranger

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Carpet Ride

Nick Bertke, also known as Pogo, is back with a new musical remix of the 1992 Disney movie Aladdin. Since you know the story already, you'll enjoy this musical collage as a four-minute movie viewing with a beat. And since Bertke works directly with Disney, the visuals are a high-res kaleidoscope. And there's a surprise at the end. (via Tastefully Offensive


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Hair in the Streets

In a segment from The Late Late Show with James Corden, Corden's Crosswalk ensemble got a little help from Lin-Manuel Miranda in performing selections from the musical Hair -at a crosswalk on Beverly Boulevard.
Both CBS and the state of California have told us we can't be nude in a crosswalk. Then again, people told me that Alexander Hamilton wasn't a Puerto Rican rapper with beautiful brown eyes.
So guess what happened. Of course, this was TV, so my guess is that there were flesh-tone Speedos underneath all that pixelation. Otherwise, there would be people bragging on Facebook about seeing Lin-Manuel Miranda in the altogether during their evening commute. (via Mashable)

Miss Cellania's Links

Keep It Cool. A brief history of trying to beat the heat.

Why we put sugar in bags.

Socialism: As American As Apple Pie.

Deep in the Heart of Our Galaxy, Einstein is Proved Right Again. His theory of general relativity holds true even at the black hole near the center of our galaxy.

"Total Eclipse of the Heart" Was Almost a Meat Loaf Song. It was written for him, but then detoured to Bonnie Tyler.

The Atomic Bomb That Was Too Big To Use. The largest nuclear bomb ever made, Tsar Bomba, was actually a scaled-down version of the original design.

6 Weirdly Specific Ideas Movies Have About Normal Bathrooms. You'll be surprised by the many times the same weird thing happens in a bathroom across different fictional worlds.

What It’s Like to Apartment Hunt With a Boyfriend Who Has No Credit Score. He's a responsible guy, but couldn't prove it on paper.

The 33 Most Romantic Moments In TV History. Get your hankies out.

27 Hilariously Nasty Sounding Mushroom Species Names. They would be hurt by them if they had feelings.

Know Your Cats

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Dog Cries with Baby

Dog takes baby's cracker. Baby realizes cracker is gone. Baby cries. Dog cries in sympathy. The world makes no sense. But you have to admit, it's cute and funny. (via Digg)

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Marriage Omen

Dinner with a White Suporemacist

Eddie Huang took his show Huang's World to Washington, DC. He spoke with white supremacist Jared Taylor over dinner. Taylor says the Europeans built America, but let's remember how they did it: they seized the land from the Natives, brought in Africans to build structures and till the soil, and got the Chinese to lay the railroads. Yeah, white people did that stuff, too. America was multicultural from its foundation; it was the Europeans who reaped the benefits.

But why is Taylor so terrified of being a minority? Could it be because he doesn't want to be treated the way he treats minorities now? You can see the whole episode of Huang's World here. (via Digg)