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Canada Goose Coat robberies.

A study in character development.

Time-lapse of blooming fungi and slime molds [via].

“The sawmouth bridoon may be attached to a snaffle…”

Pamphlet from 1928 touted an elixir: Radioactive water. Here’s a double-sided .pdf of the same if you want to recreate the pamphlet as a color pamphlet and leave it on your boss’ desk as a purchase request. [h/t Carl L.]


“Das Walliser Schwarznasenschaf” mentions that sheep with horns were common in the region of Valais 5000 years BC. [Source, via here.]

There are some drawbacks:

2.2. Art der Zucht: Leistungszucht
Hauptleistungsmerkmal:
Fruchtbarkeit
2.3. Erbfehler:
Fisch- und Saumaul
2.4. Zuchtmängel:
Spreizklaue

Crosley Field was a wood-framed ballpark stadium, smelled like popcorn, beer and cigars, and I believe it lasted so long due to decades of layers of enamel. It was replaced by Riverfront Stadium in 1970.


Paper Airplanes [via]. In High School I came up with a slow glider similar to the “Water Plane.” I launched one from the balcony of Riverfront Stadium. It dived, then stalled and dumped its payload of confetti (IBM punchcard chads) over the pricey seats below, righted itself and glided slowly into the end-zone for the win. Eventually an usher came by, told me to cut it out because the people below were complaining – those IBM chads were oily…


Controlled demolition of Riverfront Stadium 2002.



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