Sunday, May 15, 2011


Robert Avrech at Seraphic Secret ran a challenge last week that I somehow managed to miss. He posted pictures of three movie stars in their youth, and readers were asked to identify them. Here’s the original contest, and here are the answers. The second one completely floored me (let this be a lesson to you young fellows in elementary school; be nice to the goofy-looking girl in glasses, ‘cause you just never know…)

The Indiana Supreme Court tries to improve on the Magna Carta (this is a dangerous and, indeed, an idiotic ruling).

Meanwhile, a statue looks as if it’s about to practice some self-defense (H/T: Gavin Atkins; be sure to check out his excellent roundup).

Bob Belvedere – the master of vintage cheesecake - provides another historically-valuable photo essay.

Over at Coalition of the Swilling, Tree Hugging sister has actual video footage of Bin Laden channel surfing.

The all-seeing Eye of Polyphemus posts the results from an unusual poll.

No Sheeples Here offers what, for me, is a very easy choice.

At last! The quadrate pebblesnail has found its literary champion.

1 comment:

JeffS said...

It's a good thing I don't live in Indiana.