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Ten companies contol almost everything you buy, six companies control 90% of the media (that’s the one that is most scary to me), and four financial institutions control 54% of our total financial assets.

Warning: sarcasm ahead.

I always thought it would be cool to attach a tracking device/tiny light on a cat’s collar and track them around the neighborhood. This is sort of the same.

Made from cool, where cool = wool.

How a tick does its dirty work.

“Cars are so yesterday. Bikes are the future.”

America is made up of 11 nations.

Vet clinic with a sense of humor.

One of these is not like the other. (You may need to click on photo to embiggen.)

Got alpacas? Here‘s where to send your fleece.

I have never heard 4, 6, 9, 10, or 11, but the rest? Yew betcha!

A car we will NOT be buying.

How NOT to use TwitterMore.

I would do that.

Meet Allie Brosh, author of Hyperbole and a Half.

I’d watch the heck out of this safety video.

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0 Responses to Linky-link.

  1. k says:

    YES DUCK DUCK GREY DUCK! Heathens, with their damn goose.
    Thank you.
    And one of the benefits of being poor; I don’t buy many of the things on that chart.

  2. I LOVE Allie from Hyperbole! I have to get her new book soon.

  3. =Tamar says:

    3, 5, and 7 are not limited to the Midwest.

  4. gayle says:

    In the Kansas of my youth, ‘tough tomatoes’ was ‘tough toenails’.
    I’m feeling very smug about not feeding the megacorps. Buy local, cook from scratch, grow your own, etc, mean that I haven’t bought much of anything on that chart in many many years. (They got me on toilet paper and toothpaste. Haven’t figured out how to make Crest yet…)

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