Link round-up for 6 March 2016
Here's how to make meat substitutes taste like the real thing.
Try this life-extension technique -- what have you got to lose?
Chris Christie gazes into the abyss of horror.
Here are some crows trolling everybody.
Hey, I thought this was just a person with a unique style.
Take this helpful pharmacist's advice.
Why vote for the lesser evil? Here's more (both found via Mendip).
Palin gets it wrong as can be.
It's Springtime for Trump!
Hmm, this looks kind of familiar. Then there's this.
CPAC was loopier than ever this year.
Alabama gives up on the Wallace-in-the-schoolhouse-door thing.
Maybe Trump is trying to launch a new poetic form.
Point taken, though these are not mutually exclusive.
Tengrain analyzes Palin's reply to Romney's Trump speech.
A new law to protect women from domestic violence arouses the ire of religious leaders.
Reformists score a resounding electoral win in Iran.
Turkey's Islamist regime seizes the country's biggest newspaper and violently disperses protesters -- an alarming development in the Middle East's oldest secular democracy.
Stalin's death gets an interesting commemoration.
Super Tuesday led to an interesting wave of Google searches.
Jobsanger looks at the Texas Democratic primary and the phony e-mail "scandal".
The wingnut masses are revolting, in both senses of the term. But here's what genuine popular anger looks like.
To squelch Trump, Republicans must offer the supreme sacrifice (found via Republic of Gilead). But really, they just can't win.
Steal these moderates!
Could Trump actually win the Presidency? Only if this happens. Read this too.
Don't forget Rubio.
Squatlo has a message for sensible Republicans.
Remember that stupid dress that had nettards arguing about what color it was? The Romans had something cooler.
There's snow on Pluto, but not as we know it.