Link round-up for 27 March 2016
A cop meets three physicists.
Two cats find a container.
The Smithsonian responds to a startling anthropological discovery. Update: Comrade Misfit notes that this isn't real -- but it's still funny.
This Bernie supporter is a real American.
The Batman vs. Superman fiasco is just one example of how superhero crossovers don't work.
How do these ridiculous prigs ever hope to survive in the real world?
This SF writer sounds worth checking out.
Here's some advice on dealing with autoplay videos.
Some people keep pretty busy.
Trumpolines don't mix well with others.
Georgia's new anti-gay law continues to provoke a growing backlash. Attempted redboard commentary quickly devolves into the usual blather about Jews, Odin, etc. North Carolina has passed an even more mean-spirited bill.
Faye Kane speaks truth to capitalism.
Is ambulance service really this bad?
A week ago it was Nowrûz (Persian new year), and Obama once again took stock of our relations with Iran.
A fellow victim should not have to apologize.
A German extremist gets some unexpected help (found via Fair and Unbalanced).
When the ultra-religious are allowed to live by their own rules, innocent people suffer.
Never forget the reality of Cuba. Did you hear about this?
The Republican convention could get even more exciting.
Hillary's no warmonger.
A National Review writer laments impending doom, while Douthat reports the Republican leadership paralyzed with fear and denial in the face of Trump. Here's how US politics might evolve after the Republican party is gone. Don't mourn the party, they're all disgusting.
Forget Cruzin4chicks, here are the real scandals.
No, Trump won't change his act for the general election, and no, he can't win by sweeping the Midwest.
Republican third-candidate hopes are empty fantasy. Maybe they don't understand how the Electoral College works.