Screw melanoma; linksies go out for a tan.

  Tanning links
photo credit: EraPhernalia Vintage . . . (playin’ hook-y ;o) via photopin cc*

Remember this, about woman’s campaign to get Turkish men to stop streading their legs in public? Try this.

Wisconsin family opens 50-year-old fallout shelter in their yard.

No weirdos.

Never let your friends label your moving boxes.

Bill Murray is one crazy guy. Click on the little arrows at side of image.

Want to know why Wisconsin has so many DUIs?

Speaking of drinking coffee… (When he was an undergrad at NYU, Elder Son told me about a game students would play, which I think they called “Bucking”. They would go to a Starbucks, buy something, then walk out the door and go to the next Starbucks in view. The game could go on for hours.)

Auditory illusions.

The Harvard M.B.A. indicator.

The truth about insect repellent.

The most adorable thing you will see this weekend.

Best use of a Kit Kat evah.

Best e-mail exchange EVAH.

Da Bears have a positive effect on the crime rate. lower crime rate during the game.

“The dependence on men…is ridiculous. When they are at hand, make them useful…”

A link from Elder Son.


* This is one of the photos that came up when I searched for “tanning links”. Before that I had searched for “melanoma links” and all the photos were of plants and flowers and green fruit. What is this world coming to?

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0 Responses to Screw melanoma; linksies go out for a tan.

  1. Elizabeth says:

    The goat and the donkey!!!
    I love David Thorne. He is always hilarious.
    Good linkie day!

  2. k says:

    Price County (where I used to live) had the highest rate of beer cans in the ditches (as picked up by those highway cleanup volunteers).
    And thank you for the information on DEET. I can use it without apologies from now on. (Cutter’s used to have this great bug repellant in a little bottle. I still mourn it. It probably is still made; it just doesn’t appear in the land of high-end Walmart.

  3. gayle says:

    Love the 1889 advice!
    And the KitKat cracked me up.
    Now, where’s my DEET?

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