Some of these links will elicit louder WTFs than others.
Month: November 2011
Rotate Your Owl For Science!!
Ro-ro-rotate your owl!
Am I the punchline?
I admit to finding this blog parody, Seriously So Blessed quite funny but also rather mean-spirited, because poking fun at mummy blogs? Well, it’s a pretty soft target.
Economists with crying babies on aeroplanes
Using persuasion on crying children is something that non-parents are convinced will work — until the moment they become parents themselves and realize their own utter stupidity.
Burzynski Clinic, meet Streisand Effect – you’re going to be spending some time together
When skeptics start questioning the scientific basis for the Burzynski Clinic’s highly expensive “antineoplaston” cancer therapy, that’s the time that you are supposed to offer proof of therapeutic benefit. Issuing threats instead tends to make it look like the Burzynski Clinic just doesn’t have any proofs to offer.
G’day, Bingo Viewers!
There’s been an uptick over the last few weeks in site visitors clicking on links to Anti-Feminist Bingo and Anti-Feminist Bingo #2 – since comments on those posts have been long closed, I invite you to comment here instead, should you feel so inclined.
Intermittent Emma: morale building messages
The Keep Calm trope has regularly upped my chuff levels, and I had a sudden bout of WWED, realising that Mrs Peel would definitely do her bit, so here you go:
The Barbie Distortion
[t]he media images and fashion icons that we aspire to emulate are constructions. Like billboard signs and magazine editorials, the pictures are manipulations that distort our sense of normal bodies.
New Zealand goes to the polls
New Zealand has been going to the polls today. I’m less than an expert on NZ politics, so here are a few links for you.
Liveblogging should start Real Soon Now at The Hand Mirror. Check out their recent series of posts on the leadup to the election.