I said a link, love, linketty love

What if colleges ran attack ads?  Dean Dad asks. — #2 thinks this is HILARIOUS

Stupid Protestant work ethic, complains Geeky Mom.

A retirement comic.

Empirical evidence for something Cloud and I were arguing on another blog whose owner was against the changes to residencies.  Doctor sleep is important for patient outcomes!  So reports the blog that ate Manhattan.

Mama in translation with the joy of books.  Also apparently repeated by #2 below.

Future economist kid.  And the unintended consequences of government intervention.

Colbert tried to help pay for the SC Republican primary, but that 400K must be footed by the cash-strapped counties instead.  “If nothing else good comes from this, we have at least narrowed down the exact value of sanctity — somewhere between $200,000 and $400,000.”

If you like Diane Duane, she could use some fast cash that you could give her by purchasing an ebook.  Via Scalzi.

This is ALL OVER the internets this week but if you haven’t seen it, it is charming:

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


7 Responses to “I said a link, love, linketty love”

  1. Brynne Says:

    Love the links! First and last are my faves. <3 Congrats on being featured in the carnival!

  2. Comradde PhysioProffe Says:

    That comic about the ad-skipping is totally f*cken hilarious! Although the drawing is crappe.

  3. pvcccourses Says:

    OMG. How do you find this stuff!

    Love the Michigan Retirement Center. Lordie, someone’s getting tenure for that.

  4. MutantSupermodel Says:

    Attack ads on colleges would be the awesome. I’ve seen that book video. It’s gorgeous.

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