Posts Tagged ‘hot links’

Hot Links Del Mar

Sunday, 10 July 2016

Gastropod Eggs

Electric eel leaping out of a tank to shock a fake alligator head [via].

Woman from San Diego has been banned from visiting over 21% of America.

Riding the Strandbeest bike [via].

Link Wray.

Classic P.J. O’Rourke heresy. (Don’t get any ideas, kids.)

PNBHS Haka for Mr. Tamatea’s Funeral Service is still an excellent tribute.

100 Years” is a movie scheduled for release in 2115. The idea is to purchase metal tickets and pass them on to your descendants.

“…We can be rich in cotton and mining metals, and silk worms, and we can make things, things cars, the machine can make it for us; and we can have the community, and city, in San Francisco; and we can make things and put them in the store. On the East Coast they have slaves and believe in slavery and made in China…” She has it all figured out.

JUST RELAX.

[Top image: Giant gastropod egg capsules of the species Adelomelon brasiliana washed up near Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires and were herded into concentric circles by locals. Found here.]

Positive Negative Hot Links

Sunday, 26 June 2016

Kilroy as a parallel LC circuit or band-stop filter

Ultra-High Speed photography .gifs are ultra-slow to load, but they’re worth the wait.

Johnny Ramone’s tee shirt.

Interesting essay on the existence and non-existence of the FBI Files on cartoonist Walk Kelly. [Related post here.]

Michael row de boat ashore, Hallelujah!” Earliest known published lyrics of that song date to 1867 and were written in dialect. It was sung by former slaves whose owners had abandoned St. Helena Island prior to the arrival of the Union navy. [Wiki]

Gullah is still spoken on St. Helena Island. It’s a creole language.

B̕͝ro̸̡ḱe̴͞n̢ ̶͟c̡u͢͞b̨e̵̸̢.

Squirrel painlessly removes girl’s tooth. TRUE.

The Queen’s Green Screen.

[Top image: A parallel LC circuit or band-stop filter. Image found here, via here.]

Hinky Dinky Parley-Voo Hot Links

Sunday, 19 June 2016

Irene Noblette Ryan

I wanna be the Sumpy.

I don’t wanna be the Bobo.

Interview with Ian Herring. The guy is a “colourist,” enhances comic books by coloring the graphics. His website is kinda cool, too.

Hey, Dad. Can I have your jeans?” Denim jeans or jackets manufactured before 1980 are a hot ticket for collectors. Wow.

Milo Yiannopoulos, Christina Hoff Sommers and Steven Crowder: Intolerant jerks disrupt an otherwise civil forum. Long clip, starts out kinda jumpy. [NSFW, NSFK, foul language with subtitles.]

Want to learn tattooing but your girlfriend won’t let you practice on her? Make your ink mistakes on a Pound Of Flesh instead.

World’s 1st prosthetic arm designed for a tattoo artist is pure steampunk.

Hinky Dinky Parley-Voo” was a popular song post-WWI.

[Top image: She worked in vaudeville, radio, film and on Broadway. She played Daisy Moses in a popular TV show. Guess before you click.]

 

Let’s Kiss & Make Up Hot Links

Sunday, 22 May 2016

Sophie Tweed Simmons

Unmelting a lollipop [via].

Fun with math, stats & logic.

Here’s one of the images you get if you arbitrarily Google “DOG FACE HEAD.”

15 year-old discovers lost Mayan city in Canada. (Okay, yeah, there’s a grammar thang going on there, but so what.)

I didn’t know what “stimming” was until I read this.

ICYMI Dept.: Curtis James Jackson III (aka rapper 50 Cent aka  BigazzPantload) records himself harassing a white autistic guy working at CVG Airport, then claims it was an accident. [More here.]

Cool looping animation is cool and looping and animated.

Samantha Fish gonna put a spell on you, and they ain’t nothin’ you can do ’bout it.

This is pure awesome.

[Top image screen capped from KISS Makeup Tutorial – How to apply makeup to look like Gene Simmons by Gene Simmons featuring daughter Sophia Tweed Simmons [via].

Totally Biased Hot Links

Sunday, 8 May 2016

Tippi

This video needs no soundtrack.

Finally, some hand-crafted Javascript.

Lego Train GoPro video [via].

A Proportional-Integral-Derivative controlled (PID), 6 degree of freedom (6-DOF) Stewart platform is very cool.

Fake Hate Crimes in the U.S. Database [via].

Batman vs. Superman [via].

Although my kids drew it on their notebooks, I still don’t know what it means.

Hippos eating watermelons.

[Top image coopted and edited from here. She once lived here. Related post here.]

Testudinoidealistic Hot Links

Sunday, 3 April 2016

Tortoise above the Venetian Lagoon 1555 Melchior Lorck

Occasionally I google three random words just to see what turns up. “John headlight insect” produced this, and I’m going to try it tomorrow.

How to change a lightbulb.

A Fallen TearThe El Dorados [1956 Vee-Jay Records].

A Fallen TearThe Marcels [1961 Colpix Records].

Goetta.

Beep … beep …  beep … THIS equipment is evil.

The Chalk Police have been summoned.

Look out, Cannes. Look out Oscars. There’s an old kid in town.

[Top image from hereMelchoir Lorck‘s “Tortoise above the Venetian Lagoon” 1555].

 

 

Scantily-Clad Hot Links

Sunday, 28 February 2016

kathakali-artist-makeup-kerala

“You cannot take any people, of any color, and exempt them from the requirements of civilization — including work, behavioral standards, personal responsibility and all the other basic things that the clever intelligentsia disdain — without ruinous consequences to them and to society at large.”Dr. Thomas Sowell

Everyone who saw the Superb Owl L Half-Time Show with the abhorrent tribute to The Black Panthers must read this.

This is how you sing You Belong To Me.

How to excavate a buried VW Microbus Single Cab with some really annoying music.

R.I.P. Lenny Baker 1946-2016. Dennis Green passed on last September. The guys were talented.

U.S lice infestation map mirrors Hillary’s popularity. Go figger.

[At top is the cropped image of an Indian Kathakali artist by photographer Joshi Daniel.]

The How & Why Wonder Book of Hot Links

Sunday, 20 December 2015

Wonder Book

Levitating Superconductor on a Möbius strip [via].

Oikophobia and Xenophilia are related.

Chocolate or vanilla? The debate began around 1520 when Cortés y los Conquistadores brought both to Europe.

Irreverent satire/snark posted in 2004 comes true.

Repost: The Entire Bible in 30 minutes or less.

The Cliff’s Notes’ version of The New Testament takes more than 30 minutes, but the intro is interesting.

Top image from The How And Why Wonder Book of Atomic Energy. This illustrated series was awesome.

3D Hot Links

Sunday, 13 December 2015

FRANK3D

Moulay Hassan, Crown Prince of Morocco, hates it when you try to kiss his hand. PROOF.

THE CLASSIC LIST of things purportedly caused by Global Warming Climate Change as of Spring of 2012. The Owner of this blog deserves payment to keep it up to date, IMO.

I really don’t remember why I have this page bookmarked. Honest.

I do know why I have this page bookmarked, but I’m not sayin’. Honest.

A molting grasshopper with a nice soundtrack.

Fun Facts To Know And Tell: Joey Ramone sang “Duke Of Earl” backed up by The Mystics. Read that then listen to this.

[Top image from here. Frank is awesome.]

Hot Links To Die For

Sunday, 22 November 2015

Not Me

Young Horse + Bubble Wrap [via].

Ferrets in a ball-pit of chocolate Easter eggs [via].

World’s largest cat painting has been sold.

“There are three things my brother Chico is always on- a phone, a horse or a broad.” –Groucho Marx

The London Stone is an historical landmark that’s supposed to be really important, but it’s so old that nobody remembers why.

Kids’ unfartunate spelling errors.

Awesome 5-shot rubber band gun (with animations).

Alfred E. Neuman first appeared in 1894?

[Top image from here.]

 

 


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