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Archive for the ‘Hot Linkoids’ Category

Super Blood Wolf Full Moon Hot Links

Sunday, 20 January 2019

Yep, there’s a Super Blood Wolf Full Moon on tap for tonight, and that’s its launch pad. The fun starts about 10:30PM EST / 7:30PM PST. [Image found in here.]

If I find the time, I’ll swing a wood at it and post the .gif.


Flintstone Alley.

Dog Loves The Vet.

500-pounder flounder.

Instant Karma [Film at 11, via here].

Victim of “Toxic Masculinity” speaks out.

Who is Dan Getkin & Who Are The Twelve Six?

I arbitrarily Googled “rock nose green” and found this. Here’s a sample.

Want a pet that can give you nausea, fever and intense pain with just one bite? Here you go.

Man distracts hungry polar bear from its prey, wastes its time and energy, just to make a video of his faux bravery. Meh.

On 14 January 2019, CNN’s racist legal analyst Areva Martin claimed radio host David Webb benefits from “White Privilege.” There’s just one little problem.

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A Roundhouse Kick Right To The Hot Links

Sunday, 13 January 2019

Cats hate toddlers.

This kid is prescient.

No racism here. Nope.

All about matpakke [via].

Extreme closeup of coral.

Don’t mess with trash pandas.

Dogs love the Ice Cream Man.

I hate the Ice Cream Man because of this.

I dare you to watch this video all the way through.

In 1976, Dick Van Dyke hosted a Fonzie Lookalike Contest, and here are the two finalists. Their resemblance is amazing.

[Top image: Every Chuck Norris image is in .tiff format because .jpg is for wooses.]

Hot Links Goes Boing!

Sunday, 6 January 2019

Dance hard.

Dirty Things.

Firebubble [via].

Please explain this.

Jumping off a mountain.

Darwin Beer Can Regatta.

Pat Sajak got a phone call.

Super Blood Wolf Moon is gonna happen.

Mike Wallace(?) interviewed an autistic man in 1961 (possibly on Wallace’ late night show “PM East“) and badgered the hell out of him for no good reason.

Not sure if you’re left-handed, right-handed or a mix of both? Take this survey. (I’m in the 2d left decile whatever that means.)

We’ll find out what Ultima Thule looks like in about 2 years. (That’s how long the signal will take to reach Earth.)

[Top image: Spiderman bounces off The Wall.]

Ringing In The New Hotlinks

Sunday, 30 December 2018

Raccoon bubble bath.

This kinda creeped me out.

If truth bothers you, don’t watch this.

Mouse trap design from pre-1590AD works.

Rediscovered this cool video of a Murmeration.

Nice collection of sailing songs links and inks.

To alpacas, hedgehogs seem like mysterious beings full of mystery and wonder.

Parking para perros [via]. It’s a clever idea for people who ride their dogs around town, but who knows if the dogs like it.

Breaking news / bombshell / tipping point / the walls are closing in / the beginning of the end. They’re called Talking Heads for a reason.

This attractive young woman took a DNA test and found that she has mostly European ancestry, and she’s upset about it. Perhaps it’s a hoax advert?


Recent E-Mail convo went kinda like this:

“Give me a precise number.”
“I can’t do that for liability reasons.”
“All I want is a general range.”
Here you go.”
“Ha ha. No, I mean a ballpark figure.”
Here you go.”
“I meant average.”

Here you go.”
“Bite me.”


Bunkessa signed up her uncle for “Dip Of The Month Club” as a Christmas present.
I guess that means that on the first of every month some new goober is going to show up at his door. “Hiya! Here I am! Where’s your refrigerator? Can I use your phone? I need to borrow your car for a few days. Can we watch ‘The Brady Bunch?’ Oops! I hope that don’t stain your carpet.” etc.

On the other hand, maybe it has to do with Skoal…


BTW – According to this informal poll, “The Little Drummer Boy” is tied with “Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer” for the No.1 Christmas song you could live without.

[Top image from here via here.]

I’m Dreaming Of A White Hot Links

Sunday, 23 December 2018

Okay, let’s have a poll. Answers are randomized, multiple choices are allowed, all anonymous. Pick your top three, add nominations as you wish.

Holiday Fun: Cat Poop Cookies.

From the ICYMI Department:
Porch Package Theft Payback is brilliant.

The Best Christmas Song Collection ever IMO.

If that’s not The Best Christmas Song Collection ever, THIS IS.

It’s not officially Christmas until I hear this version of Leroy Anderson’s 1946 classic.

From the Fun Facts To Know And Tell Department:
The song “Christmas Is My Time Of Year” was originally recorded in 1968 by the one-off supergroup “The Christmas Spirit” which included members of The Turtles (including Flo & Eddie), The Byrds and Linda Ronstadt. In 1976, an even sappier version was recorded and released by We Three Monkees.

[Top Image: I want to believe that’s a gourd. I really do, but it creeps me right out. These Christmas Tchotckes are very nicely done, but they would have given me nightmares when I was little [via].]

 

National Gross Domestic Hot Links

Sunday, 16 December 2018

DJ Marshmallow is awesome [via].

Dontcha just know it. Cuba cuba cuba cuba

They named the student, but won’t name the badgering teacher.

Savannah College of Art and Design students opine on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas when they’ve never heard of him.

Can’t score off the referee. Nope. (Was that one of the Hanson Brothers?)

Top 10 GDP By Country 1960-2017 is an interesting graph animation. Russia fell off the map in 1993 and didn’t make the Top 10 for 20 years. China made the list in 1993, and look what they’ve accomplished since then. [Found via here].

Baby It’s Cold Outside” is a pretty and innocent classic song about flirting, nothing more (despite what the SJWs would have you believe).

Fun Facts To Know And Tell: The USS California, christened in 1908, was sunk in 1918 by a German U-Boat.  The USS San Diego, christened in 1914, was sunk in 1918 by the same U-Boat… yet the United States lost only one ship during WWI. Amazing that only six lives were lost. The latest story (with photos and sonar imaging) is here.

“The difference between a good officer and a poor one is about ten seconds.” —US Admiral Arleigh Burke (1901-1996) More here.

A 3,000 year-old penguin “super colony” was recently discovered in Antarctica, and the UK Daily Mail has to explain what guano is.

Penguins migrate.

[Top image: One-Eyed Charley Parkhurst had a fascinating life story. More here.]

Dripping The Light Fantastic Hot Links

Sunday, 9 December 2018

The future’s so bright.

Things are getting better.

Two idiots and a lotta birds.

Mama needs a new hip bone.

Carnival scams are winnable, but…

The Smothers Brothers still kick it.

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Man [via].

Why you shouldn’t put Christmas lights on Palm Trees.

[Portrait of Bill Murray from here.]

 

“Hold Still – This Won’t Hurt A Bit” Hot Links

Sunday, 2 December 2018


Police Blotter: Clawson Police Chief Harry Anderson says a woman dialed 911 when she heard what sounded like a violent altercation between her neighbors at a Maple Road apartment complex.

“One of the neighbors had heard somebody yelling – a female yelling … she was possibly being hit – yelling, ‘Stop! No!’” The concerned party also said that, in between shouts, she heard a repeated loud noise. And now, the rest of the story…


This interview is over.

This  town is too dark.

This database is too white.

Wipeout: The ending is awesome.

Stax Records had an amazing line up of talent.

“Lavender Blue” was recorded in 1959 by Sammy Turner, and includes the phrase”Dilly Dilly.” The poem/song dates to 17th century England.

The Evolution of The Na Na. They missed a few, but it’s still a good collection [via].

1944 vs. 2014 interactive photo collection is awesome. Click (or drag to fade) any WWII image to see what it looks like a century later. [h/t Nancy H.]

It’s only “…a group of migrants moving up from Central America towards the border with the US.” Yeah, right. You know they’re bad news when even los Mexicanos quieren que se vayan.: “We want the caravan to go; they are invading us. They should have come into Mexico correctly, legally, but they came in like animals.”

Top image from Bad Stockphotos [via].

Leftover Turkey with Hot Links

Sunday, 25 November 2018

Janet Nguyen’s story is amazing.

How to unload a truck with no dock.

#Antifa thug earns a nap on the asphalt.

Conan O’Brian interviews Joey Ramone 1999.

A Foley Artist is a sound effects technician who emulates the work of Jack Foley.

Terrence Aloysius Gorcey was one of my favorite 1940s Hollywood stars when I was a kid.

Gene Cernan.was 11th and last astronaut to set foot on the moon. The documentary “The Last Man On The Moon” could have included more technical information and less of his private life, but it’s still interesting.

From the “Who The Hell Is That?” Department:
Name the rock icon pictured above. Answer is below the break. Take a guess before you click, leave your initial suss in the comments.

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Hot Links of the POGO

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Linda never listens.

Riding a Paternoster.

Thermostat Repair 101.

How to brush your teeth.

Best team mascot trick ever.

Here’s a map of pubs in the UK.

I watched this, and I’ve got nothing. Honest.

This Seattle trucker had balls of steel. Had.

Two hundred and seventy white garbage bags.

Little Red Riding Hood makes another observation.

Walt Kelly sings “I Go Pogo.” More musicalness here. Related post here.

This guy is good, but he can’t do it without the black felt. Watch full screen.

Dating advice for males only: The Universal Hot vs. Crazy Matrix. [h/t Octopus]

Miles Davis was amazing, at least until 25:37 when he suddenly becomes Smiles Davis.

[Top image from here.]


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