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10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 9 – 15 April 2016

10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 9 – 15 April 2016

Let us love you! via Imgur

Let us love you! via Imgur

 
  1. Inky the genius octopus is my hero. Happy freedom, Inky!
  2. Facebook wants to create the reality of our future for us, literally.
  3. This list of editorial rates is almost a year old, but it looks fairly legit.
  4. Although abortion is legal across Canada, New Brunswick has made access unnecessarily difficult and expensive.
  5. Sex isn't chromosomes, and science has known that sex actually exists on a spectrum for years already.
  6. Visualize the major impact vaccines have had on 20th century diseases.
  7. It turns out that fossil fuels may not be worth what we invest in them.
  8. There are people who have no episodic memory, which means they can't remember their pasts or imagine their futures, but they are otherwise not disabled. This presents quite a challenge to what we've assumed creates and supports identity.
  9. Very few images from the winning side of the Vietnam War still exist, but the ones that survive are incredible.
  10. If you haven't listened to Liz Phair's "Exile In Guyville" (YouTube) lately, pull it out again. It is still damn great 23 years later.
106/365: Terrible Words About Love

106/365: Terrible Words About Love

105/365: It's a Cat with a Pickle

105/365: It's a Cat with a Pickle