Link round-up for 22 May 2016
Republicans' incompetence at verb-subject agreement turns Texas gay.
Libertarians could even foul up an SF/fantasy convention -- in fact, they have. At least Detroit had better luck.
Visit witch-cursed, legend-haunted Arkham -- by train (found via Mendip).
Zombie apocalypse? No problem, with the right equipment.
While the wingnuts fume about lesbian cartoon characters, it turns out there are lesbian gorillas.
Wonkette looks at the funny side of the MGTOW (from Mendip).
A Los Angeles TV station kowtows to assholes.
Pharmacists are not supposed to do this shit.
From Chicago comes another story of police abuse of black people.
Do you dream of an earlier, simpler time?
Einstein had a passion you don't hear about.
Michelle Wolf thinks it's time for a new tea party.
Larry Wilmore pwns Bill O'Reilly.
Love is not propaganda. And movies still have a long way to go.
Obama's words here are tough but true.
Rules in some states make life that much tougher for rape victims.
Global warming is getting worse, fast.
A dead whale in Australia helps illustrate why "intelligent design" is nonsense.
Why don't we see signs of alien civilizations? Maybe they have reason to hide.
Never forget the reality inside.
WTF Honolulu? You're not Saudi Arabia.
Sadiq Khan may be the most gay-friendly mayor London has ever had.
Cool wedding photos -- I guess the photographer isn't much of a Christian.
You've probably seen pictures of Uluru (Ayers Rock) -- but not in the rain.
Finland and Sweden have a friendly border.
A year after Mexico's Supreme Court declared a right to gay marriage, the country's President moves to make that right a reality.
"Mr. Gay Syria" stands for defiance against the viciousness of Dâ'ish (ISIL).
A model which has correctly predicted every Presidential election since 1980 says Hillary beats Trump.
Progressive Eruptions has a round-up of Trump memes.
It's increasingly clear who should be Hillary's running mate.
Sorry, Bernie, it's over.
Trump makes Dan Quayle look studious and qualified by comparison. Of course, the real issue is far more serious, as this history teacher observes.
Lady Atheist is concerned about the cultish qualities of some Bernie supporters -- see also part two and part three. Bernie himself is still a team player, but is it too late?
No, Trump is not bringing new voters to the Republicans.