Link round-up for 3 April 2016
What's this, the Brony continent?
Sing along with Ted and Amanda!
Old paperback covers get the snark treatment (found via Mendip).
This chameleon is just showing off.
Elsa vs Fred Phelps? Easy call.
The Mormon Church escalates its war on wanking.
Fictional characters need to be kept consistent, or they become empty husks.
Squatlo frets over infestations of raccoons and Republicans, while Murr Brewster contemplates less visible critters. And Trump has his own little birdie.
Freedom of expression must be respected in practice, not just theory.
A new Mississippi law has interesting implications (from Mendip) -- might this even legalize ISIL terrorist attacks? But the backlash against North Carolina's bigoted new law is growing massive.
Go ahead, try to deny that this guy is racist.
73% of Americans now favor non-fossil-fuel energy sources.
Religio-wingnuts never stop trying to turn back the clock (found via Fair and Unbalanced).
Overpopulation? The world now has more obese people than underweight people.
A chat with a taxi driver suggests that homophobia is often superficial.
Dâ'ish left Palmyra riddled with mines, but the Russians are saving the day again. Nearby is a grisly find.
Al-Qasr al-Farîd is a huge, enigmatic relic of the ancient Nabatean culture that built Petra (found via Cool Thing of the Day).
What a croc!
If there's a God, he gave humans the worst sinuses of any primate.
One one of the most important issues for future human happiness, Hillary's on the right side.
You Might Notice a Trend predicts Garland will be confirmed.
Wow, Trumpolines sure know how to win over women voters.
Stay away from Cleveland and let Republicans own the mess.
Real haters prefer Cruz (found via Republic of Gilead).
Dan Savage responds to Susan Sarandon's nonsense. Read this too.
On abortion, Trump merely exposed the wingnuts' hypocrisy.
Republican women, these are your choices.
Here's a discussion forum for Hillary supporters (found via Daily PUMA).
How badly can Trump lose?