This Week at Neatorama

Several original posts this past week at Neatorama had to do with the Disney company in one way or another. Stacy Conradt stepped back in from her maternity leave and wrote Toy Story Movie Trivia. Jill Harness went to Disneyland and then gave us Neatorama Facts: Haunted Mansion. Then Alex posted some vintage photographs from The Early Days of Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

The Museum of Possibilities has a couple of new exhibits with If I Were an Architect and Possibilities for Mutation in Necktie Design.

5 Confusing Biblical Rules (and What They May Mean) from mental_floss magazine sparked a lively round of opinions in the comments.

Uncle John's Bathroom Reader explored the real origins of America's pastime in The Baseball Myth.

At NeatoGeek we learned about 5 Sci-Fi Actors Who Were War Heroes in Real Life, by John Farrier.

The most popular post of the week was 10 Things You Didn't Know About Ghostbusters by yours truly. That was one popular movie -and still popular 26 years later!

You'll want to check out three new artists at the Art Blog: printmaker Julia Wolfson, sillkscreen printer Byung Kim, and illustrator Laura Barnard.

T-shirts from the NeatoShop are up for grabs in the What is it? game. As soon as I get the winners' names, I'll add them here. Congratulations to cynric, who won a t-shirt in NeatoGeek's weekly Caption Contest -his caption is now in the post. Also, stay tuned for a special announcement in the GTFO competition!

Don't forget, there's more fun and nonsense happening every day on our Facebook page, and you'll certainly want to follow your favorite site on Twitter.

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