By the start of the first chorus to Take You Home by Scars on 45, I can feel the tears well up for some reason. Not sure why I have such a quick, emotional response, but I guess sometimes art does that to you.
At some point, while submariner Mikhail Averin waited at the bottom of the Bering Sea to be rescued, he wrote this short letter to his wife. No one has forever... But I wanted more. I wanted to give you more...more babies. Love our son and the baby for both of us....
Guillermo Del Toro offers his perspective on the nature of success and failure... Failure and success live next door to each other and they have no numbers at the door. You just knock. ~ Guillermo Del Toro
Justice for package thieves is achieved with this "over-engineered" bait package that took 6 months for a serious, young engineer to design and build (with help from his talented nerd friends). The reaction of the package thieves to the dispersal of...
I bumped into this image of an octopus recently and had to share. Such a striking, symmetrical geometry to this octopus' pose. Totally mesmerizing.
I'd watched a documentary some years ago about a Russian scientist who, in 1959 or so, started trying to domesticate foxes in hopes of discovering how wolves were domesticated into dogs. Surprisingly, the answer to that question still remains a mystery. This video...
Too cute! A beautiful portrait of a trash bandit (raccoon) framed by purple flowers.
I liked this...and it had a good message at the end about Veteran's Day...Thank you for your service, really...And we'll "Never Forget." I suppose I should know what happened to prompt this, but I haven't bothered yet. In any case, good on them for doing this.
Found this thread of old insults while browsing reddit post What old insults need to make a comeback? My favorite contribution was a long list of insults from famous politicians, authors and the like curated by redditor Jesse_James.