Wednesday, January 29, 2020

A funny fortune quote from (DSL/Broadband)

"'I was drunk last night, crawled home across the lawn. By accident I put the car key in the door lock. The house started up. So I figured what the hell, and drove it around the block a few times. I thought I should go park it in the middle of the freeway and yell at everyone to get off my driveway.' -- Steven Wright"

From (DSL/Broadband)

Super Bowl LIV/54's 2020 T(elevision)/V (commercial/ad(vertisement)/spot)s and a poll!

Resurrected Adland (Rich Site Summary (RSS) feed) now has many expensive videos showing them days early before Super Bowl Sunday. So far, nothing good, funny, etc. They are getting worse every year. :(

Here are a couple related polls:

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Your longest record of not cleaning your body fully?

A week for this ant! Last record was six days years ago. Both were during the both very cold, lonely "nest vacation". Eww. :D

Monday, January 20, 2020

Sorry, You Might Get the Flu Twice This Year — Here’s Why

JAB's newsgroup post shared EcoWatch's article -- "Sorry, You Might Get the Flu Twice This Year — Here’s Why ... To say this flu season has been abnormal is an understatement. For one, the flu season got its earliest start in 16 years..."

Great. Ant's colony got hit hard the end of August 2019 from his king's European trip. Maybe another one soon again even with September/October 2019 flu shot? :(

Sunday, January 19, 2020

"This Is Not Porn" -- Collection of old celebrity photo(graph)s and videos.

This Is Not Porn came back last month to show off many old photo(graph)s and a few videos -- "This site is a collection of rare, candid, funny, beautiful, weird & awesome celebrity photos. Photos showing celebrities in a way that you are maybe not used to see them..."

Sunday, January 12, 2020

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

The 100 Best Science Photo(graph)s of 2019

Me's newsgroup post shared LiveScience's article showing "The 100 Best Science Photos of 2019 -- Science can be beautiful, and gross, and surprising, and awe-inspiring. From stoic primates and graceful sea creatures, to cosmic cannibals and black hole jets, to bloody waterfalls and sparkling glaciers, this year was full of visual treasures in the science realm. Here are 100 of our favorite science photos of 2019..."

:) N Y! Bye 2019, & hi 2020! Also, a poll!