Category Archives: Links

Pedaling into the new year.

Dog & sweet potatoes. Dogs in elk. Dog and dpns. Yeah, but my immediate thought was How do they do the finger snaps without fingers? Safety inspection. Okay, maybe I will drink the bitters. via vicki knitorious Let’s all light our … Continue reading

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Links to infinity and beyond.

Tool of the day. Crickets. If you don’t have a Twitter account, you may be able to read the story here on the Washington Post. An expanded story of the Thai cave rescue. Autocorrect, personified. “Poland, tell us your secret.” Baths. … Continue reading

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Links count down to the new year.

Always. Red berries only. The secret of true happiness, in flowchart form. Living the white life. Crows are fascinating. Strangely fascinating.

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Post and link.

Vanilla soy latte = three-bean salad.  Venn diagram. Anyone for a heart attack? How about another one? For fans of Leverage. How to up your burglary game. Thoughts on the Great British Baking Show.

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Linked in links.

The 100 best Christmas songs ranked. And crown thy good with humanhood | So we can all be free. Foxes, explained. Dancing goddesses. Organic technology win. Technology fail. …she was the only person they’d ever known who could work alone in … Continue reading

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Strong links.

How to remember a daily task. Hanging plant knowledge.

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Shiny links.

Mmm. Sometimes, people amaze me with their goodness. Mashups.* Fabulous photos. Sasha the Christmas tiger. I recently had this same idea. Now I have instructions. I have questions!     * I have to thank my friend gayle, who regularly … Continue reading

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Multi-colored links.

Chickens do not like to walk in the snow. Alex Trebek (my personal friend). Are you ready for Christmas commercials? Link from gayle. “…red mixed with a little scarlet, crimson, cardinal, ruby, magenta, brick, carmine, rose, vermilion, cerise, coral, and … Continue reading

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Breaking the chain (links).

This is a much better use of torches than that in Charlottesville. One way to get rid of gerrymandering. Warning: rabbit hole ahead. Chickens do not like to walk in the snow.

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Links

How to respect your waitress. “…civilization de-skills us to make us dependent…” Discuss amongst yourselves.

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