Cake Wrecks turned NINE?!

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Hi!

So. One of my other favorite blogs, a blog devoted to professional cakes that don’t go as planned, just turned 9. It’s well worth checking out (if you haven’t already done so.) And they’ll (apparently) be posting favorites all year. So, that’ll be fun!

Enjoy the post about the things, and happy Monday!

Drone-Spearing now has a Runestone

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Hi!

So, for those of you who don’t remember: A while ago, there was an instance where somebody at a historical reenactment group thingy threw a spear at a drone with a camera on it… and hit the drone.

I recently saw an update to the post. It’s worth a read.

Enjoy!

https://magic-and-moonlit-wings.tumblr.com/post/160880774099/brunhiddensmusings-kineticpenguin

Totally Adorable Comic for your Saturday

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Hi!

Somebody on Facebook shared a link to an absolutely adorable comic. It’s about the life of a budgie. (Budgies are a type of parrot/parakeet/something.)

And it’s a totally worthwhile Saturday activity to read it through from the beginning. (There are only about 30 so far.).

So, yep! Have a lovely Day!

Glowing Ink may be my new favorite medium to watch.

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So, somebody shared a video on Facebook. And the video is so mesmerizing. It’s of someone drawing in glowing ink..

Now personally, I’d recommend ignoring the video’s natural background music and listening to the following instead. It’ll make it more epic. But up to you.

So yeah. Music:

And video:

Doodling with glowing ink By @peterdraws: goo.gl/w0eqBY

Posted by Bored Panda Art on Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Isn’t that GORGEOUS?

Have a lovely day!

A favorite blogger got mentioned by a MAJOR Star Wars Site!

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So, remember how I mentioned that a favorite blogger had made a costume that went over really well?

Well, it apparently really went over REALLY well. StarWars.com ran an article on them yesterday! With, like an interview and stuff. Go read it.

And have a lovely Thursday!

New Procrastinate: Reviews of North Korea

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Hi!

So, I encountered this idea the other day. And I followed the advice. And found it amusing.

Go to Google Maps. Find Pyongyang, North Korea. Zoom in. Turn to Satellite mode. Pick a location (I recommend ones with green text) and read the reviews. (With the caveat that some of them are NOT safe for work or family friendly.)

Enjoy!

Apparently, there is bullet-resistant glass and scientists just figured out why.

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Greetings, readers!

Apparently, there is a type of glass structure that is extremely strong in one part, to the point of stopping bullets, but is extremely fragile in another point. For a while, it appears, nobody was able to figure out why.

And then yesterday, an article from the Smithsonian came out, with an explanation.

It is quite interesting, and well worth a read. Enjoy.

Apparently “Texas” means “Crazy” in Norway.

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Hi!

So, I learned something new yesterday.

Congratulations.

Thank you, Fluffy.

Apparently, in Norway, the word “Texas” is used to mean “Crazy”. There’s a BBC article about it and everything!

So, yeah. I thought that was amusing.

How about you?

Grading System for Cellphone Batteries

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Hi!

So, I’ve realized something recently. School culture has majorly rubbed off on me.

I’m especially thinking about this in the context of cellphone batteries. More to the point, I tend to think of “how good I am with where my battery is” based on grade percents. If I’m in the high 90 percent left area, I’m great. 80s, good, but not great. 70s? Questionable. Anything below that is distressing.

What about you?