Link of the Day: I Can Kill You With My Brain

[High Praise! to The Truth About Guns]

Accurate Pistol Shooting – “The Theory” [Contest Entry]

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Link of the Day: I Realized There Were Several Periods in My Life When I Didn’t Listen to Radio at All

[High Praise! to Neatorama via Polygraph]

Every top 5 song, from 1958 – 2016

A captivating and dynamic animation that traces the top 5 songs as they rise & fall, while actually playing the #1 tune. It automatically starts you in 1997, but after it loads, you can scroll down and pick any year and month you want.

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Link of the Day: …Is to a Real Unicorn As Obamacare Is to Health Insurance

[High Praise! to Mental Floss]

The Curious Case of Ringling’s Living Unicorn

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Link of the Day: Mostly I Just Really Agree With Panel 5

[High Praise! to Dinosaur Comics]

Let’s Talk About Planes

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Link of the Day: The Playmobil Security Checkpoint

[High Praise! to American Digest]

It’s a Small Sad World Coming Kids. Get Used to It

Looks like it’s back in stock on Amazon (although prohibitively expensive). Be sure to check the reviews for amusing commentary.

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Link of the Day: Apparently I Watch a Lot of Shows That End Badly

[High Praise! to Neatorama]

A Statistical Analysis of the Ratings of the First and Last Episodes of TV Shows

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Link of the Day: In Praise of Good, Honest Work

[High Praise! to Fox Nation via Mike Rowe’s Facebook]

How to Make The Skills Gap Wider, with WalletHub and Channel 10 News

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Link of the Day: Let’s Run Some Numbers on That Green Energy Hogwash

[High Praise! to Moonbattery]

Why the Free Market Cannot Provide Renewable Energy Without the Government

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Link of the Day: Satire – Obama Signs “Anti Cultural Appropriation Act”

[High Praise! to The People’s Cube]

Obama signs ‘Anti Cultural Appropriation Act’

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Link of the Day: Satire – Poll: Support for Another Crusade at Highest Level Since 14th Century

[High Praise! to DuffelBlog]

Poll: Support for another Crusade at highest level since 14th century

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