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Boing Boing 08/13/2020 09:00
Physics may have been that class you sleepwalked your way through in high school. But while it might have just slipped under your radar throughout your academic career, you probably shouldn’t have given it such shallow attention. Sure, we could focus on the immediate pluses of a career as a physicist, like the. . Or the utility of a degree in physics for segueing into a variety of related fields, like statistics, math, health care, engineering, finance and the always hot computer science. But more importantly, physics is the study of how the universe really works. It answers all the big cosmic questions that inquisitive youngsters ask every day. Shouldn’t that be knowledge every human would want? Now, you can get back to the search for unive.
Boing Boing 08/13/2020 08:25
Herman Cain "tweeted" banal pro-Trump propaganda until hours before , a ghastly month-long spectacle seemingly pumped out by political handlers willing to speak with Cain's voice even as that voice ceased to exist. I spectulated that this would continue after his death, a melding of Trumpian incompetence, obscenity and indifference. I was asked to stop posting on grounds of Christ Rob He's Just Died , but sadly that exortation was not made to whoever is wearing Cain's corpse today on Twitter.
Boing Boing 08/13/2020 08:24
My home of nearly 20 years, the quirky California island city of Alameda, never ceases to surprise me (in good ways!). Today I learned that one of my favorite casual dining spots in town, on Park Street, is offering a . On Saturday, August 22, , a group of local drag performers, will bring you a prix fixe menu for two (salad, pasta dish, dessert, bottle of wine) and a one-minute socially distanced performance for $70 plus required 20% tip (addtl. tips encouraged). Email before August 20 to order. Keep it quirky, Alameda! images via.
Boing Boing 08/13/2020 07:25
Jeanine Pirro's own Fox News colleagues Wednesday after the former judge suggested that "something's going to happen" to presidential candidate Joe Biden. "For some reason, I just have this feeling that Joe Biden isn't going to be on the ticket," Pirro said during a Fox News segment. "I have a sense that something's going to happen before the election and he's not even going to be on the ticket, so don't even ask me if he's going to make the four years," she added. As Pirro continued with her analysis on Biden's newly announced running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, the Fox News commentator Jesse Watters could be heard in the background expressing caution.
Boing Boing 08/13/2020 07:18
, a new socially distanced outdoor concert venue in the English city of Newcastle upon Tyne, held its first show Tuesday night. Musician Sam Fender played while concertgoers watched from their own personal "pens" (the ones further back were elevated on a platform). Five hundred of these two-meter-wide spaces held the 2,500 attendees, . are planned. Here's a look:. Sam Fender live in Newcastle tonight - the first socially distanced large scale concert. Very civilised. Seems to work. 600 pens with 5 family/friends per pen. Sensible loo/bar/food arrangements. It’s the future! And least for the foreseeable...... — Brian Ham (@_BrianHam). The UK’s first socially distanced gig is happening now in Newcastle with headlining, and where attendees have
Boing Boing 08/13/2020 06:49
This Saturday, August 15, is the day to go find mushroom art out in the wild. Yep, it's time for Attaboy's second annual . Artists all over the world will hide mushroom-themed art and offer clues on Instagram on where they placed their pieces to be found. (Word has it that Sid Krofft has made something and will be playing!) If you want to play, follow these hashtags and and get out there on Saturday. Sneak peek of what you might find! A post shared by (@stevecasino) on Jul 22, 2020 at 11:01am PDT. A post shared by (@rat136) on Aug 5, 2020 at 12:18pm PDT. A post shared by (@kmndz_) on Aug 11, 2020 at 8:52am PDT.
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 22:00
If you’re out of work...well, first, you have our sympathies. Right now,. are drawing some form of unemployment benefits, which makes competition for virtually any job savagely fierce. But since nobody wants to wallow in the miseries of unemployment, the only legitimate course left open is to scrap like crazy to make sure you’re the one who gets the next job you really want. With so many vying for precious few job openings right now, that means your resume needs to be absolutely perfect. No bad formatting. No spelling errors. No grammar slip-ups. Nothing. In fact, your entire presentation, including your cover letter and even a portfolio of your work, needs to be spotless. The. understands that. As a Resoume member, users have access to an en.
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 18:11
President Brain Worms is on his bullshit again. During a weird press conference today, he -- again! -- went on for a while talking about mail-in ballots being sent to dogs and cats. "Many were sent to dead people...I guess 2,3,4 were sent to dogs. One was sent to a cat. They are sent all over the place," Trump says of voting ballot applications sent by mail. He is, of course, lying his damn fool ass off. Again, talking about mail-in ballots being sent to dogs and cats. — Steve Herman (@W7VOA). . now talking about ballots being sent to dogs (I have no problem with this) and a cat (this is not good). — Andrew Feinberg (@AndrewFeinberg)
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 17:56
This seal played with its meal while waddling in the Maribyrnong River in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on August 10. "This isn’t the first time a seal has made an appearance in Melbourne’s rivers, but it’s certainly the first time I’ve seen a seal in this river, which I have been frequenting daily for the past two years," local woman Alicia Pavlis who filmed footage of the event, said in a blog post. "The cute critter splashed around and smacked it’s catch against the water’s surface over and over again," she said. VIDEO:
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 17:49
A baby boy born on an airplane that was taking mom to a hospital in Anchorage was named 'Sky' by mom. Chrystal Hicks was 35 weeks pregnant when she gave birth to Sky Airon Hicks on August 5 around 1 AM after mom boarded a plane to take her from the small community of Glennallen, Alaska to an Anchorage hospital, . "It was shocking, it was really weird at first, I didn’t know what to think," Hicks told a reporter.
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 17:01
It's going to be amazing, having normal adult human beings in charge again. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris did their first joint speaking appearance on Wednesday, and both walked out wearing face masks. President Donald Trump and Mike Pence have mostly refused to wear masks, even as the number of Americans who have died from coronavirus surpasses 160,000. ... biden and harris begin their first joint event coming out to speak wearing face masks. — fake nick ramsey @ 🏡 (@nick_ramsey)
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 14:04
It's been six years since comic legend Robin Williams died. Robin's Wish is a new documentary that looks at his final days and the (Lewy Body Dementia) that is attributed to him ending his own life on August 11, 2014. An intimate portrait of Robin Williams and his invulnerable spirit, Robin's Wish is the story of what really happened to one of the greatest entertainers of all time - and what his mind was fighting. screengrab via /YouTube. ( )
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 14:03
The is holding an auction of real Hollywood memorabilia at the end of the month:. An incredible 870 lots of rare props, costumes and production material from over 350 titles will be going up for auction, with bidding available online, by phone or in absentee. If you have lots and lots of disposable income and would like to spend, say, $30,000 on an OG bust of Admiral Ackbar, this could be your chance!
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 13:59
This 1967 clip from American Bandstand starts with Dick Clark asking the kids if they think The Beatles will outlast The Monkees. Almost everyone voted for The Beatles. And, of course, they were wrong! The Beatles broke up in 1970 and The Monkees are still around, and in 2016. Then the kids are treated to 1967 promotional films for "" and "" and Clark asks them what they think. The reactions were mixed. One kid said it was "great." A young woman complained about their facial hair. Another said, "they look older and it ruins their image.". (Via )
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 13:57
"" is one of the most significant documented viral songs among English-speaking children. Because it was spread as an oral tradition for its first quarter-century, many variants emerged. Tim Scott quizzed 64,000 people on their recollected version of the song, with some surprising results. His thesis is that The Simpsons had a strong role in creating the current canonical version. However, it's clear why "Robin laid an egg" is a much better line than the competitors. First, it literalizes Robin as a bird. Second, is misgenders Robin (already a gender neutral name) by saying he laid an egg. Third, it's a thinly veiled poop joke to many little kids, who are always going to like a poop joke. Thus endeth my dissertation on why "Robin laid an eg.
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 13:57
"" is a that was largely popularized by the Bith band Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes, who famously performed it during a bar fight at Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina in that Tatooinian town of Mos Eisley. I share this, because it's important to remember that the so-called " Star Wars Cantina Song" is, canonically, jizz. So anyway here's an acoustic guitar player who goes by doing a finger-pickin' cover of the classic tune, accompanied by his dog Maple on the kickdrum. Image via.
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 13:20
One of my favorite websites is John Sisson's , which is singularly focused on vintage non-fiction children's books and ephemera about space travel. Most of the stuff he posts is from the 1950s through the 1970s, a heyday for pie in the sky visions of humans breaking free of earth's wicked gravity. This month, John is posting about books that speculated on space stations of the future. One of the books is simply called Space Stations , and was written in 1962 by Erik Bergaust. In his introduction, he writes, "This book is a roundup of all current plans for space stations. It is based on official information provided by the Space Agency and by industry. The illustrations do not depict science fiction ideas; all artwork in the book was submitt.
Boing Boing 08/12/2020 12:36
The Lockpicking Lawyer recently received a package from one of his viewers. The package contained a Kryptonite Lock that had been opened with an angle grinder. The person who sent him the lock explain that he had lost the key to his Kryptonite Lock and had taken it to a locksmith and ask them to pick it. The locksmith told him that he could not pick it and that recreational lock picking videos on YouTube were fake. The locksmith used an angle grinder to open the lock, and he said he would pay $75 if someone could pick the lock faster than he could grind it (2:14). The Lockpicking Lawyer accepted his challenge. If you are familiar with his videos, you can guess what happened.

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