Link round-up for 13 November 2016
Meth? Not even once.
Read this short SF story in which aliens make a terrible mistake because of watching TV (found via Sleestak).
If you have to be outside at all, this is the way to do it.
Check out the world's ten weirdest museums.
Fundies hate fun.
Mendip remembers Jack Chick.
Facebook has a serious sexism problem.
"Cultural appropriation" is a toxic concept.
Clarissa has observations on Houston, Texas.
Some black Americans comment on police violence.
The Iraqi army has recaptured the ancient city of Nimrud from Dâ'ish, but the fanatics had already destroyed most of it.
Experimental stem-cell therapy gives a paralyzed man back the use of his arms and hands.
Repealing Obamacare may not be so easy.
Here are some things we won.
TPM's Josh Marshall has some observations on the election. Politics Plus has a round-up of world headlines and cartoons.
Obama will be much more outspoken out of office.
Here's an open letter to America. If the election result has you feeling suicidal, read this. And beware of these assholes (found via Progressive Eruptions). Some on our side are ready to fight on. And some have a little local comfort to offer.
Don't confuse protest with vandalism.
Muslim women (more identifiable than the men due to distinctive clothing) are being attacked by emboldened freaks. Guys like this are being emboldened too. In fact, it's springtime for violent bigots.
This distraction costs Democrats votes.
Here are blogger reactions to the election from Booman Tribune, Crazy Eddie, Bruce Gerencser, Field Negro, Hackwhackers, Comrade Misfit, Squatlo, Mark Evanier, Zandar, and Driftglass.
[Image at top: an exhibit at the Sex Museum in Amsterdam]