Link Love

A woman affected by prenatal rubella in vitro has this message for anti-vaxxers

Sustained and ongoing disinformation assault targets Dem presidential candidates

How the government abused eminent domain the last time it built a border fence in Texas

I am reminded what a great book this is

What are twitter reply guys?

Cristiane Serruya is a serial plagiarist

Time spent learning isn’t wasted

Don’t feel bad if you can’t retire early.

2018 books of the year megapost (I already bought one and it was fun!)

Taking an afternoon break and saw this on a blog: and first I was like, I should never make that because I will eat NOTHING BUT THAT FOREVER. And then I realized that I have just a *little* bit of leftover pretzels at home already… I have all the ingredients at home already… dot dot dot. (IM from later tonight: FOOD COMA SEND HELP)

night shift

I don’t know how to feel about this.

In case you’re wondering how I’m doing on the February challenge:  I’m on rung 4.  Oddly, I’m having more trouble with the pushups than the sit-ups.  In the past it has always been the other way around.  The other week I did get a terrible leg cramp after running, so I’m a bit concerned that there’s not enough stretching or something in this workout.

5 Responses to “Link Love”

  1. delagar Says:

    I love that Pixar cartoon! The cat’s motions and her eyes are just perfect.

    I thought it was going to be too sad, there in the middle — but no! Happy ending! (Whew.)

  2. rose Says:

    The Bumblebee Flies Anyway by Kate Bradbury a nonfiction book in the long list in link is sadly not available from library or extended Linked Libraries in my state. But I loved all the links! THANK YOU.

  3. teresa Says:

    i totally thought the xkcd comic was about working at night til i got to the very end…but it kinda works either way

    i had not heard of the first book you linked and as much as i *hate* the title word i definitely need to read it eventually (also to be fair the word is almost certainly contextually appropriate and what i really hate is how the anti-choice movement has co-opted it). but for now the books megapost led me to some t kingfisher novels and now i have a pretty awesome (virtual) stack of books for the next couple weeks, a number of which are thanks to you guys, so…thanks!

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