Reblog to save a thigh. This could be fun. Automation. Oh, those microwaves. How to deal with an infestation of kittens. Norway FTW!
Bats make good bookkeepers. Who knew? Our dogs when Smokey opens the treat can. Pure gold. Updated candy slogans. Dictator chic. via martinimade.com Humans are adorable. Emperor Trumpatine. So true.
Quoth the Raven… Dog in the wood. Lion in camp. Hair removal. via martinimade.com Robin Hood restaurant in Madrid. How did I not know about sashiko mending? Christmas Day, 1912, in northern MN. Problem solved. “A giant sack of assholes.”
A visit to the zoo. The man who stopped thousands of people from becoming HIV-positive. Opinions on climate change. Homemade vegetable stock powder. Shopping in Ikea: an existential experience.
A nifty way to slice vegies. Gotta try it. Oh, dear. Another from them. Glacial calving: 2001. 2012. The deepwater channel that fuels the calving. It‘s a big sucker. And it flexes. Altogether, the glacier has the potential to raise global sea levels … Continue reading
Happily, cabin fever in Wisconsin and Minnesota, while it certainly exists, is not quite this bad. via martinimade.com * * * * * “Law enforcement agencies in the United States consider anti-government violent extremists, not radicalized Muslims, to be the … Continue reading
Imperfections. Need some white noise to help you fall asleep? I want to try this. * * * * * I guess this political stuff will continue. “Any White House has a very large megaphone, and officials must be careful … Continue reading
“…we must now distinguish resolutely between the sickening and the terrifying.” via martinimade.com Germany talks to Trump. Wendy’s gets savage. They even marched in Antarctica. I find this terrifying.
Caption really should be, “Here, hold my beer.” This bears re-sharing. via stumblingoverchaos.com Klzyn. Atheist morality. Vaccinate your damn kids. Hot chocolate float. Just in case you want to call your representative…
GPS trail doodles. 8-yo superhero RBG. How wind turbine blades get to their destinations, no matter where. It’s a gift.