Why do they always get messed up and try to twist the wrong direction?  Is it supposed to be a metaphor for life or something?

There are sticky-note slinkies that you can use at work and they are quiet to play with while you’re on the phone.

Here’s sum link lovin’ … not as much as we should have but this week was crazy busy.  Oh for Spring break!

These wrong cards highlighted by inktopia are SO TRUE.

Ever wonder about how penis size varies by geography?  Here’s a map.  Yes, I totally used this in my stats class.

An example of language being dangerous by Historiann.

We were in this week’s carnival of personal finance.

Love Lindy Mint’s discussion of her  game plan for debt repayment.

First Gen American says it is never too late to save.  Look at her mom!

Excellent post today by tenured radical discussing “a big bad pwofessor going aftah the eeny-weenie iddle politicians,” and some good warnings about what not to write using your campus email address.  Basically the Republican party in Wisconsin is demanding all email from a professor’s account in order to harass him for criticizing their politics.  I also wonder what happens when the open records act and FERPA come into conflict.

This is a somber, moving, and well-written piece of history: Ash Wednesday

New acronyms for gifted kids.

Check out this video to find out more about a very important book.  It’s free, and it’ll change your life.

4 Responses to “Slinkies”

  1. First Gen American Says:

    The penis map is fascinating. I guess there is some truth to the stereotypes of latin lovers, etc.

    Thanks for the link.

  2. Lindy Mint Says:

    I’m going to have to work really hard to wipe that map from my mind in the event I meet someone foreign in the near future.
    (Thanks for the slinky!)

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