Terrible Tuesday: The Return

I’m back in my hometown for another week. This summer is making me dizzy.

Woozy links!

Lately, every time I hear of another middle eastern country going up in flames, I think “Didn’t they do this already?” In the case of Egypt, yes, they did.  I’ll be honest, I have a hard time following the revolutions and counterrevolutions. This scenario of “Egypt as America” helped me get a better understanding of the point of view forces that overthrew Morsi. (If it offends you to see Obama’s name in this post, substitute Bush or Truman or Fillmohttps://www.oddlysaid.com/fine-arts-friday-room-to-breathe/re. You’ll still get the idea.)

Twitter wants to start tracking you on the web, here’s how to opt out. And how to opt out of AT&T tracking your cellphone. They need an “opt-out of all” site.

22 maps that define America


Pretty dang awesome: How adult stem cells may have just cured HIV.

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This new cast is pretty awesome, but it still doesn’t solve the problem of hairy legs. I guess you could always tweeze.


Diagon Alley on Google Streetview.

The grilling wars: propane vs. charcoal.

6 Awesome stories of bystanders becoming heroes. (Cracked link, standard language and decency warnings apply.)

I think this is a fair representation of the current political climate:

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