On Monday, Jill Harness gave us 15 Romantic Records Perfect For Valentine’s Day.
Eddie Deezen told us about Head: The Monkees’ Strange Movie. I hope this clears up any confusion.
The Value of Love, Using the Dylan Model was reprinted for Valentines Day from the Annals of Improbable Research.
Uncle John's Bathroom Readers brought us The First Black American Sea Captain.
And The Treasure of the Sierra Madre was from mental_floss magazine.
In the What is It? game this week, the scary-looking tool is a slater’s axe. It’s also called a sax, saxe, slate cleaver, slate cutters’ trimmer, slate trimmer, and zax. It was used to trim and punch holes in roofing slate. Anker was the first with the right answer, and so wins a t-shirt from the NeatoShop! The prize for the funniest answer goes to marcintosh, who said, “It’s a Panel Trowel. It’s used for spreading white grout in the gaps between comic book panels. That’s why it’s shaped like a word balloon.” That one deserves t-shirt, too! Thanks to everyone who played along. See the answers to all this week’s mystery items now at the What Is It? blog.
The most-commented-on post of the week was Dad Shot Laptop Over Daughter's Facebook Post. Coming in second was Lunch Bags Inspected for Nutrition. These stories lit up the internet this week, and there are updates: Tommy Jordan was visited by authorities who found no evidence of wrongdoing and his daughter has a job offer, and the teacher in the lunch fiasco should have just given the child a carton of milk.
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Have a Happy President's Day!