link love

Radish reviews notes that how to suppress women’s writing hasn’t changed.

A CNN reporter walks the path of the OK tornado.

Patrick Rothfuss gives an in-depth book review on one of our favorite classics.

Student debt survivor with a cute story involving a mattress.

Evolving PF doesn’t want to retire early.

Anything goes, 1 hr long, abbreviated version available on hulu.  You can also watch the earlier version on youtube… Ethel Merman was so young!

Wonder if you’re banned from Mr. Money Moustache for even polite disagreement?  You probably are.  Here’s an example.

Doctor Sardonicus gives us ass clowns on parade, caution rape triggers.  Discusses recent events in sci fi and comedy and explains why they’re not cool and words can hurt.

Oops, we totally forgot to link to this excellent post from Rachel Swirsky on the SFWA thingy.  It will make you laugh and think.

An update from a previous ask the grumpies post… what did tenured rock star end up deciding to do?  Check out the comments!

We were an editor’s pick in this weeks carnival of personal finance!  Squee!

12 Responses to “link love”

  1. Doctor Sardonicus Says:

    Thanks for the link love! And thanks for the trigger warning as well. I hadn’t thought to put one at the head of my post, and I really should have done so. Will amend it presently.

    –Doc S.

  2. Your Daily Finance Says:

    Thanks for the links and congrats on being the Editors Pick this week!

  3. Jacq Says:

    Absolutely of no relevance to your post… Here’s a book being published this fall – so excited to read this one:

  4. Cloud Says:

    Loved that Dr. Sardonicus link. Thanks for sharing it!

    Did you see this XKCD comic from a couple of weeks ago, on the power of words?

  5. Comradde PhysioProffe Says:

    The mattress story is f*cken hilarious!

  6. Comradde PhysioProffe Says:

    The early retirement post is kind of interesting. I guess retiring early like that would be appealing if you don’t enjoy your work. Both PhysioWife and I love our jobbes, and even if we had a bajillion dollars in the bank, we’d keep doing them.

  7. studentdebtsurvivor Says:

    Many thanks for including me, err my grandparents and their mattress (that just sounds wrong) in this week’s link love.

  8. Jacq Says:

    Here’s a question for you:
    Do you think it’s possible for someone to be a “financial anorexic”? eg. from Wikipedia on anorexia nervosa:
    “…the most common theme seen across the board is the element of self-control. Therefore, when looking at the underlying cause behind the disorder, one would see that it is rarely about the food (ie. money) itself; it is about the individual attempting to gain complete control over an aspect of their lives, in order to prove themselves, and distract them from another aspect of their lives they wish they could control; they pride themselves on the ability to resist the temptation of food (ie. money), even in the case of extreme hunger (ie. “normal or average” expenditures.)
    Hmm. Maybe I should post on this… :-)

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