Link round-up for 24 April 2016
Fold that shirt carefully.
Green Eagle has his own idea for the $20 bill.
These were real album covers.
Release the Quacken! (found via Mendip)
Click here for bouncing boobies, great tits, and a huge pecker.
Satanic giants built Stonehenge, and apparently the Dome of the Rock too (found via The Big Empty).
SNL mocks the fundie persecution complex, but Pat Boone thinks they're in trouble.
The story of Jackie Mitchell was an egregious case of sexism.
Here's what wingnuts really mean by "defining deviancy down".
Stop treating waitresses like crap (found via Fair and Unbalanced).
Treason is on the agenda for Texas Republicans. Others are unimpressed.
Blogger Field Negro (recently added to my links list) explains why he uses that name.
Spot the parasite.
Check out what the wingnuts have been up to lately.
The Washington Post misses the obvious.
Beware of car warranty scams.
Everything about poverty is just awful. Here's where the poor die youngest.
The Utah legislature's latest pronouncement is in the tradition of declaring pi equal to 3.
Culture matters. That's why wingnuts are suspicious of it.
Here's another reason to be proud of Michelle Obama.
Those Persian rugs are a lot of work.
Each country has its own way of dealing with problems.
London's mayor has kinda stepped in it with comments about Obama.
Young Arabs, even those who dislike the US, are rejecting Dâ'ish (ISIL).
Catherine the Great had some.....interesting furniture (NSFW).
This is an actual view from Cairo.
The Arctic is changing beyond recognition.
Crazy Eddie looks at the Paris climate agreement. It better work, because the problem is getting worse, fast.
Here are the ten most interesting exoplanets.
Holy $#!T, is this the Republicans' idea of a campaign ad? Seriously, watch the damn thing.
The Immoral Minority enthuses over Warren as VP, while Booman considers the pros and cons of the idea.
That "more Presidential" version of Trump didn't last long.
Why does Hillary do so much fundraising? She knows she's going to need allies.
Neither trickery not money can get cool musicians to perform for the Republican convention. Even some Republican politicians plan to avoid it.
You Might Notice a Trend looks at Vice-Presidential options.
A Cruz nomination would debunk a cherished wingnut myth.
Here's where the popular vote stands on our side.
Republican leaders and delegates are barraged with death threats from Trumpanzees.
The "Tea Party" never was anything new.
[Image at top: I wish they'd have the guts to design the new $20 bill like this -- but they won't.]