Friday night. Clear and cool, 41 degrees.
Woke up with a migraine that left me puny for almost the whole day . . . Le sigh . . .
This week’s headline:
“You’re maudlin and full of self-pity. You’re magnificent!” ~ Joseph L. Mankiewicz, from All About Eve
The philosophy of Calvin and Hobbes:
Calvin: They say the world is a stage. But obviously the play is unrehearsed and everybody is ad-libbing his lines.
Hobbes: Maybe that’s why it’s hard to tell if we’re living in a tragedy or a farce.
Calvin: We need more special effects and dance numbers.
Finally, I have found the perfect graphic to illustrate my complicated relationship with math beyond algebra:
So Ellen does Matthew McConaughey’s Lincoln Commercial, and it’s soooo much better:
And speaking of women making it better, you must read the Amazon comments for this product:
And continuing with the education themes . . . this teacher does it for the win:
I can’t believe I ate the whole thing . . .
A possum broke into an Australian bakery and ate so many pastries it couldn’t move. This is how they found him.
Things that make you go hmm . . . Yes, these were real ads (click here to see more):
Speaking of the past . . . things Olivia’s generation will never know:
incredibly long download times for one song . . .
Saving homework on one of these and then losing it . . .
Twitter turns Time magazine’s proposed ban on word feminist into Princess Bride tirade: