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Family values. (Compare to other leading brand.)


“Why can’t somebody give us a list of things that everybody thinks and nobody says, and another list of things that everybody says and nobody thinks?” –Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.

Here is the recording of last night’s (2014-04-11) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click.

And here are some links to other things to enjoy that I found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right:

Four talented young women competing and cooperating at the same time.

Slowest elk nonetheless figures it out.

Whimsical incompetent taxidermy perpetrated.

Replacement parts.

Artistic bacteria.

Every on-screen death (so far) in Game of Thrones. The music really makes this.

Game of goats.

Seoul Olympics peace-dove release preceded the torch lighting. Oops.

Airplanes taking off and landing, or merely trying to and giving up, in crosswinds.

Juanita sent me the link to this animated papercraft project.

Scatter, adapt and remember.

Nan’s ecstatic first time.

Apparently you just have to bump it in exactly the right place.

The history of the Senate’s torture report.

Yes! Yes! Now put it on the top of a building, set it going, and hire a kid to keep it full of recycled office paper at all times.

How the fearsome Heartbleed bug works.

Stephen Fry on linguistic pedantry.

Math! Cartoons!

Ze Frank: True facts about the octopus.

Cornuto contento.

Another family values Republican teaching by example.

You can get the inverted 3D effect by crossing your eyes and giving yourself a headache or, better, resize the images so their centers are a tad closer together than your eyes are and stare straight ahead.

Soviet cities on the moon.

The McGurk effect.

Part 1 of narrated slideshow documentary about Last Gasp Press, a comic book company. There’s some swearing but it’s not gratuitous swearing; it’s a case of the right tool for the right job.

I don’t normally stick around for much of this kind of music, but I like it way more when they present it this way.

And this way.

Ant math.

And another poignant Thai Life Insurance ad.



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