Medusa at the Ball Game


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Every gorgon occasionally wants a day off to go the ballfield and see a game. But the jumbotron isn't for you. And don't even try to get featured on the kiss cam.


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Hearty Corned Beef Salad for St. Patricks Day

Mid Century Menu is a blog where RetroRuth reproduces recipes of the 1950s and thereabouts. You know, the recipes that use Jell-o, Miracle Whip, and Campbell’s soup that we laugh at today. For St. Patricks Day last year, she tried Hearty Corned Beef Salad. Now, corned beef is not a thing in Ireland, although it was adopted by early Irish-American immigrants. And of course, the recipe is molded with Jell-o -lemon flavor this time. Other ingredients are corned beef, mayonnaise, celery, onions, peppers, and hard-boiled eggs. If that sounds totally disgusting, check out the reaction from RetroRuth’s husband, Tom:

“How horrible is it?”

“I love it.”

“Shut up! Seriously?”

“Yes.”

“You know, maybe you have been eating too many gelatins.”

“Or drinking too many drinks. There might be lots of reasons.”

The most remarkable thing about the recipe is the sound it made. Read all about the experience at Mid Century Menu. -via Metafilter

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The Quest to Save the First Taco Bell


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Glenn Bell founded 7 different businesses before he finally hit upon the idea that would become a multibillion dollar company. In 1962, he built Taco Bell, a taco shop in Downey, California, a suburb of Los Angeles. It was a simple building. Joe Satran of the Huffington Post describes it:

The wood, stucco and brick Mission-style building measured just 20 feet by 20 feet. There was no indoor seating -- just a small kitchen, an ordering window and a few tables and chairs on the patio. A clay-tile roof, arch-shaped entryways and a large metal bell set in a cavity above the entrance lent it an air of festivity -- but no embellishment could conceal its essentially modest nature.

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Comedian Adds Fake Self-Help Books to Bookstore

Your child is transitioning from human to centaur. There's no point arguing that species is biologically determined. The child feels centaur and thus is. Accept and validate the child's identity. Dr. Pinder Chipps, a therapist and happy father of two centaurs, can show you how with his book endorsed by Star Trek's George Takei.

The mysterious blogger Obvious Plant creates highly realistic signs and leaves them in stores. As a result, he offers you funny but fake product reviews and extremely specific but helpful bookstore sections. In his most recent prank, he created book jackets for self-help books on basic adult life skills, human sacrifice, and the experience of parenting a new centaur.

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My Name is Bond. James Bond.

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Lottie the African grey parrot has been watching a few James Bond movies! She’s got the voice down, the phrase, and even the theme song. But does she understand the implications of channeling the world’s greatest spy? Maybe not. She has to ask: “What’s that all about?” -via Tastefully Offensive

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Terminion - I'll Be Back...Banana!


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Arnie the minion says he traveled back in time to save the future, or something like that. Truth is, that little guy with the big yellow muscles and gap in his teeth has been watching way too many Terminator movies, and all that dark sci-fi is starting to go to his head! He started calling himself the Terminion and began searching the compound for a minion in a wig named Sarah, and the longer he spent playing Terminion the more despicable he became...

Share your love of a minion's imagination with this Terminion t-shirt by Dooomcat, and watch people positively light up when they see you wearing this hilarious shirt!

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Round Ping Pong Table

Singaporean artist Lee Wen made Ping-Pong Go Round, an interactive art installation. It's a modular ping pong table that allows several people to play at the same time. The set is portable, so he's taken it across southeast Asia and Australia, inviting people to play this loopy variant of the game. Most recently, he exhibited it at Art Basel Hong Kong.

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Whodunit: Myra's Three Sons

The following is a Whodunit by Hy ConradThese mysteries are from The Little Giant® Book of Whodunits by Hy Conrad and Matt LaFleur. Can you solve the mystery before you read the solution?

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Inspector Matthews glanced around the kitchen of the weekend cottage. There was cold coffee in the coffeemaker, an ice cube tray half filled with melting cubes, and just a trace of ash in an ashtray. "All right, Mrs. Thurl. Tell me again."

The next-door neighbor looked uncomfortable. "I had just come home. It was about 8 P.M. I heard a car pull into the driveway next door. I mean here, at this house. When I looked out, two people had arrived and were walking toward the kitchen door. I recognized the woman. Myra Lovesy is rather fat—was. The man I couldn't see. They were fighting. The man grabbed Myra by the throat. She collapsed in a heap. Then the man just unlocked the door and walked inside. It took you long enough to get here—fifteen minutes from the time I called."

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Spread Some Love For Your Favorite Shows With These 30 TV Inspired T-Shirts (& Win A Tee!)

Television programming is still going strong, and even though people aren't watching it all on TVs anymore due to streaming media the format is still called television and it's still beloved by billions to this day.

We look forward to the newest episode of our favorite TV shows, talk about the recent episodes with friends and colleagues, and relive our favorite classic series thanks to syndication. Our favorite TV shows are a part of our lives, so check out this collection of TV inspired t-shirts available in the geek paradise known as the NeatoShop! And be sure to scroll all the way through the bottom to see how you can win a free tee shirt!

TV shows are nothing without a likable cast of characters:

Women of 70s TV- POWER! by Captain RibMan

They're the whole reason we tune in to our favorite shows, to see what they'll do next

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TV storylines often revolve around the main character's occupation

Call Saul by Daniel Sotomayor

No matter which side of the law they're operating from

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A Message to the Cosmos

Buzz Aldrin was at Stonehenge on Sunday and “decided to send a message to the cosmos,” as he put it in his Tweet. If you can’t read the full slogan on his t-shirt, see the enlarged version here. The comments at reddit are mostly derails, but this one stood out:

Imagine, in full view of the world, you take a step onto a new frontier. Your foot presses down upon a celestial canvas that has been a source of folklore, myth and religious speculation for millennia. You are progress incarnate and after your time in the limelight you are eager to see your progress become the stepping stone for even greater accomplishments.

You wait a while and you see progress here and there. More discoveries are made about the nature of our universe. Machinery is sent to distant masses to search for signs of life. But there isn't any progress like what you imagined the first moment that your foot imprinted upon that fine lunar soil.

You're aging now. You're getting older and that progress still hasn't been made. You wonder what landing on the moon really accomplished if it wasn't a stepping stone for even greater things, but then you hear whisperings of plans to colonize Mars. This is what you've been waiting for. This is the next step. This is the fulfillment of your expectations and you yearn to see it.

A sentence rises from the depths of your desire and escapes your lips, "Get your ass to Mars."

If only they would do it in time.

Aldrin is actively pushing for NASA to send astronauts to Mars, and even wrote a book about it.

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Ten Historic Architectural Marvels That Proved to be Nearly Uninhabitable

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In 1945, wealthy nephrologist Dr. Edith Farnsworth of Chicago commissioned celebrated modern architect Mies van der Rohe to design a weekend home at which she could enjoy her hobbies of playing the violin, translating poetry and enjoying nature.

Van der Rohe came up with plans for the Farnsworth House which, after construction in a then rural expanse 55 miles south of Chicago, instantly became regarded as a model of modern architecture. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004 and became a National Historic Landmark in 2006. The house is now a museum, run by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The architecture even exists as a LEGO kit. Yet Dr. Farnsworth was incensed to find the structure practically uninhabitable once she began spending time there. 

Van der Rohe refused to install blinds or curtains to cover the floor-to-ceiling windows that were the walls of the house. Thus, the heating bills were tremendous, and Farnsworth had no privacy. Due to the fame of its architect, sightseers were constantly trying to get a glimpse of the building. The doctor complained that people with cameras were snapping pictures of her in her underwear at night.

Also at night, the light from within and rural location attracted moths in droves. Insects and mosquitoes infested the open plan areas. Despite Dr. Farnworth suing Van der Rohe — her rumored former romantic liason —  over these drawbacks, she was left with no recourse when she lost her suit.

Read about other revered architectural masterpieces that were living nightmares, including the Palace of Versailles and the homes of Frank Lloyd Wright, here.  


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Uptown Funk Treadmill Dance

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Carson Dean has quite the skill -he can dance even when the floor is moving underneath him! Watch him get down to “Uptown Funk” without losing his balance even the slightest bit. Don’t believe me? Just watch! If that were me, I'd have my frontward and backward confused in no time at all. That would look more like this. -via Viral Viral Videos

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12 Very Creepy Lamps Found on Etsy

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Is that a ribcage? Yes, it is. It may or may not be a real one. But this is Etsy. If you want a human ribcage lamp . . . well, there are artists who do custom work.

It’s one of 12 very weird and often disturbing lamps on sale on Etsy, rounded up by Anna Fitzpatrick of The Hairpin. You can view the rest here. They include an eyeless baby who stares into your empty soul and a headless dog.


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Free with Purchase: The Age of Trading Stamps

The following is an article from Uncle John's Unstoppable Bathroom Reader.

These days almost every retailer has some kind of loyalty program- frequent flyer miles, grocery store club cards, even low-tech cardboard punchcards at the local sandwich shop. But 100 years ago it all started …with trading stamps.

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REDEEMING IDEA

Back in 1896, a silverware salesman named Thomas Sperry was making his regular rounds of the stores in Milwaukee when he noticed that one store was having success with a unique program. They were rewarding purchases with coupons redeemable for store goods. That gave Sperry an idea: why not give out coupons that weren’t tied to merchandise from a particular store, but were redeemable anywhere in the country?

With backing from local businessman Shelly Hutchinson, he started the Sperry and Hutchinson Company, and began selling trading stamps. Here’s how it worked:

* S&H sold stamps (they looked like small postage stamps, each with a red S&H insignia on a green background) to retailers.

* Retailers gave them to customers as a bonus for purchases, ten stamps for each dollar spent.

* Customers collected the stamps in special S&H books until they had enough to trade back to Sperry and Hutchinson in exchange for merchandise like tea sets or cookware.

* Retailers who participated in the program hoped that customers would feel like they were getting something for free, which would entice them to continue to shop loyally at their stores.

* At first only a few stores across the country offered the stamps, but over the next 50 years, through economic recessions, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, and two world wars, S&H’s popularity grew steadily.

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This Iceboat Is Propelled by a Buzzsaw


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Fisherman Clayton Will isn’t going to allow chilly weather to keep him from enjoying a day out on the water. He’s built an iceboat by attaching skids to a jon boat. The engine is a saw motor with the buzzsaw blade still attached! The teeth on the blade do a great job of grabbing the ice and giving Will the traction he needs to maneuver.

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Ed Roberts' Wheelchair

Twenty years ago, the Smithsonian Institution received a donation of a wheelchair. It had belonged to Ed Roberts, who had recently died after an extraordinary life. The article is nominally about the wheelchair, but it’s really a tribute to Ed Roberts, an early leader in the disability rights movement who was called “the father of independent living.”   

A post-polio quadriplegic, paralyzed from the neck down and dependent on a respirator, Roberts was the first severely disabled student to attend the University of California at Berkeley, studying political science, earning a BA in 1964 and an MA in 1966, and nurturing there a nascent revolution. At UC Berkeley, Roberts and a cohort of friends pioneered a student-led disability services organization, the Physically Disabled Students Program, which was the first of its kind on a university campus and the model for Berkeley’s Center for Independent Living (CIL), where Roberts served as executive director from 1972 to 1975. Over time, from that first CIL, sprang hundreds of independent living centers across the country.

Roberts himself was a model—a joyful, positive model—of independence: He married, fathered a son, and divorced; he once swam with dolphins, rafted down the Stanislaus River in California, and studied karate.

None of these accomplishments were easy. For instance, the state didn’t want to confer his high school diploma because he didn’t pass P.E. or driver’s education. But Roberts learned to persevere against those who told him what he could or could not do. And he went on to fight battles on behalf of others, as a disabilities rights activist on campus, in the community, and in the legislatures that decided what accommodations people with disabilities would receive. Read the story of Ed Roberts at Smithsonian.

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X-Banana - The Future Of Fruit Censorship


X-Banana by Theduc

There is nothing obscene, X-rated or wrong with this banana, but due to a recent increase in online censorship regulations by Big Brother, especially in regard to shapes that could be misconstrued as phallic, we must pixelate the image of what lies beneath the peel. Do not be alarmed by this development, it's simply the next step in cleansing the world of imagery that may have the potential to be construed as obscene, sexual or in any way wrong. With pixelation all things are possible, and by 1984 the world will be obscenity free...

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Letters Made to Resemble Twisting, Living Tentacles

Ari Weinkle, a digital artist in Boston, created Feelers, an animated typeface. His letters quiver and writhe like living creatures. This would be ideal for composing an online horror novel or a résumé.

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Fifteen Lucky Facts About Leprechauns

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They're an iconic symbol of St. Patrick's Day, they wear short pants, a buckled top hat and guard their pot o’gold with their lives, but how much do we really know about those wily little leprechauns?

They began their wee lives as the stuff of Celtic legend, faerie folk kin who called Ireland home well before any human beings made their way to the Emerald Isle.

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Leprechauns are the bankers and cobblers of the faerie world, ready to giveth and taketh away according to their mood. Even though they’ve been tied in with the color green folktales describe them as likely to wear red as well, and they often sport three cornered hats when they're not wearing one of their signature Derby hat.

Want to learn more about those shillelagh shakin’ rascals, including where they live and how you can trap one for your personal mythical creature collection?

Read 15 Lucky Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Leprechauns


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At This Restaurant, Press a Button When You Want Champagne

Food critic Mr. Sykes refers to the experience of the Bob Bob Ricard restaurant as "dining inside a faberge egg." The Bob Bob Richard is a luxury restaurant in the Soho neighborhood of London that serves Russian and English cuisine.

The exclusive club room has a button at every table. Press it and a waiter will bring you champagne. It's a lot like the pizza button gadget that you can put on your refrigerator. We all need buttons like these in our lives.

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Twenty Iconic Images From Alternate Perspectives

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Perspective is everything, and in the case of these famous photographs, seeing the scene from even a slightly alternate view can be an eye opener. This fascinating collection of iconic tableaux shot from different angles than we're accustomed to seeing may just — from a spatial or relational context — set everything viewers previously knew to "wrong."

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9 Modern Curses


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People living today will not be impressed if you curse them with withering flesh, perpetually bleeding eyeballs, or nightmares every night. Gemma Correll shows you how to really destroy lives in the 21st Century. Here are a few more suggestions:

  • May you always discover a typo in a blog comment immediately after you've submitted it.
  • May your black sweater attract every piece of cat hair in a room.
  • May the WiFi signal always be just high enough to get you to use it but low enough to cause webpages to load very slowly. 

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What Do You Get When You Cross a Cow and an Octopus?

Biology grad students, make a note to yourself not to cross an octopus with a cow. As if that would ever be remotely possible. This is from a Buzzfeed list called 15 Jokes That Only Biologists Will Fully Understand. That’s not quite true; you don’t have to be a biologist to understand them, really, you just have to know some biology terms. Most are puns, but this one made me laugh out loud. Check them out and let me know if you have any better ones.  

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Stunningly Beautiful Blown Glass Animals

When he was 17, Scott Bisson bent a glass tube over a Bunsen burner in his high school chemistry class. This began his fascination with shaping and folding glass as an art form. Now, from his studio in Philomath, Oregon, Bisson creates incredibly colorful sculptures of animals that look completely alive.

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Fifteen Fun Facts About Rocko's Modern Life

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The 90s were a heyday for Nickelodeon Studios, who introduced the world to a batch of shows they called Nicktoons that would quickly become our favorite animated fare.

In my opinion Rocko's Modern Life is the best show Nickelodeon ever released, a show about a wallaby just trying to make his way through the insane world of adulthood that is both charming and relatable.

Rocko’s Modern Life aged like a fine scotch, and just like scotch I didn’t fully appreciate the taste until I was all grown up, which is the true beauty of the Rocko show.

With a theme song by the B-52s, a talented staff that included Steve Hillenberg (creator of SpongeBob), actor Carlos Alazraqui (of Reno 911 fame) as the voice of Rocko, and Tom Kenny (voice of SpongeBob) as Rocko's pal Heffer, it's no wonder Rocko's Modern Life still feels fresh when so many other 90s cartoons have begun to feel dated.

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An Illustrated History of Americanized Chinese Food

Chinese cuisine, like that of any country, consists of a wide variety of available foods turned into dinner with a wide variety of recipe the family cook -or restaurant cook- knows. America has a tendency to adapt and change world cuisines to suit our own tastes. That’s not always a bad thing. As we saw in a recent video, just because a recipe isn’t “authentic” doesn’t mean it isn’t good. So there’s Chinese food and there’s Americanized Chinese food. How did they come to be so different? It was a series of steps over a long period of time.   

The first Chinese restaurants in America served authentic Chinese dishes with modifications borne from necessity. They were known as “chow chow” restaurants, marked by triangular yellow flags and known for their cheap prix-fixe specials and all-you-can-eat dollar menus. The eateries were created by the Chinese for the Chinese, using local ingredients that were available to them. These substitutions occurred mostly in the vegetable department: broccoli for kailan; carrots, peas, and white button mushrooms in place of mustard greens or shiitakes.

The restaurants became a target of ridicule by Westerners who cringed at the thought of eating whole animals, poultry feet, and bird’s nest. Rumors spread that the Chinese were consuming rats and dogs. The restaurants were quickly dismissed as barbaric. The tide eventually shifted. Around the 1880s in New York City, a growing community of bohemian writers and intellectuals began to embrace the exoticism of the food (and readily welcomed chop suey’s 63-cent price tag).

But that’s just part of the story in An Illustrated History of Americanized Chinese Food. Even the fairly short article at First We Feast doesn’t tell the whole story, although it’s a good overview of a long process.

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Sinking Titanic Cat Condo

Wait, isn't the rule that women, children, and cats get first call on the lifeboats? Someone forgot to tell Captain Whiskers, who is going down with his ship using this cat condo from the Hollywood Kitty Company. It's 6 feet long, 4 feet tall, and has 3 interior levels. It's accessible through 6 port holes, 1 deck hole, and a gaping gash along the underside left by an iceberg.


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THE LEGEND OF DEADPOOL - A Link To Another Universe


THE LEGEND OF DEADPOOL by Oliver Banks

Wade was getting mighty used to switching bodies and tripping between dimensions, but when he ended up in a land called Hyrule he finally felt at home. He'd spent the better part of his childhood playing games about legendary heroes and princesses with names like Zelda and Peach, so when he physically became his favorite video game hero he could barely contain his excitement! He set about tossing cuccos and slashing bushes, on the lookout for spare rupees but then he made the mistake of removing his mask around the town guards. They attacked him on sight, sure he was a servant of Ganon come to capture the princess once again, and Wade began to wonder whether he was ever going to see his beloved Chimichanga Barn again...

Fill the heart containers wherever you go with this THE LEGEND OF DEADPOOL t-shirt by Oliver Banks, it's twice the geeky fun!

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MINI BLACK PANTHER JOHNNY BRAVO THOR LEGO SAMUS BABY ROCKET AND GROOT

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Chips and Giggles

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YouTube user Timothy W. captured this video of his four-month-old baby watching his wife eat tortilla chips. For some reason, mommy crunching makes baby laugh. If that was my baby, I'd be eating chips too, just to see that adorable smile. Someone get that baby an agent!  -Via Tastefully Offensive

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Bringing Lynx Back to Britain

Canada Lynx were almost wiped out in the Western U.S., until a program to re-introduce them to Colorado was initiated in the 1990s. After a few false starts, the lynx learned to hunt squirrels and other prey instead of relying on the snowshoe hare. Can a similar program bring lynx back to Britain?

The Eurasian lynx was a part of the British forest ecosystem until about a thousand years ago. Conservationists at Lynx UK Trust plan to ship lynx from Eastern Europe to preserves in England and Scotland. The program is expected to benefit the forests themselves, by restoring the balance of nature with an apex predator. That is, if the environment is found to be suitable for them. The territory must be big enough, natural prey must be abundant enough, and the neighbors have to be okay with it. Read about the “rewilding” plan for lynx in Britain at Wired. -via Digg

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