Link round-up for 23 October 2016
Never stop learning.
I'm guessing they've come to steal Earth's supply of genitalia.
It looks like a magic cookie, but.....
The neighbors think we need cheering up.
This Japanese beach glows with beautiful blue radiance.
Yeah, right, like that would ever happen.
Religion leads to dumb letter-writing.
To any foreign readers -- I endorse this sentiment.
Republican forum Race42016 is having a contest to predict the Electoral College. Here's my entry.
No Jesus, no peace?
Pussy grabs back. Take him down.
A new film celebrates a special category of atheists.
Benjamin Franklin has a wise message for us.
Trump can't read this, but.....
An atheist convention is shut down by violent religious thugs.
Most people who eat chicken have no idea what's behind it.
Trump is poetic justice for Republicans. His name has become so toxic that even his hotels are dumping it.
Here's a Halloween-style explanation of being a Christian.
Some good news -- the public puts a lot of trust in scientists.
HB2 is not doing much for the North Carolina Governor's social life.
Fifty North American tribes unite against tar-sands pipelines.
Trump speaks of bringing back torture -- remember what that means.
Commentary and FiveThirtyEight have lengthy but interesting posts on what went wrong with the Republican party. Jonah Goldberg simply laments the disaster.
Are Apple stores really this bad?
Never put your trust in a Christian ministry -- they will always betray you in the end.
After Mosul is liberated, there will be another challenge.
"Er, maybe we should give Garland a chance?"
Bush I and John McCain could give Trump lessons in losing gracefully.
After Obama leaves the Presidency, he'll be working on another vital project.
Trump's appeal for poll watchers isn't getting much response, but here's what to do if you run into them.
Jan Brewer offers a challenge.
Green Eagle has a guide to California propositions.
David French is still being viciously harassed for having considered running against Trump.
Many a family harbors an unspoken gender gap.
Prospects for the Senate look promising.
Republicans still have no clue how to stave off post-Trump collapse.
[Image at top: My idea of a fine day]