Sunday Links

Fish Tail Guy captures photos of colourful research specimens caught around the world. (Thanks Bruce!)

If you have $28,900,000US burning a hole in your pocket you can live like Jim Carrey.

Someone had AI draw every president but they're all cool and they all sport a mullet.

Finding Audrey Amiss was an outsider artist who documented her everyday life in a visual diary. The collection was left to the Wellcome Collection in London, one of my favourite niche museums. (Via Web Curios)

One man's crusade to digitize millions of newspaper pages Currently there are over 51 million pages from American and Canadian papers in the collection.

What name would you give to a  topless cannabis dispensary? (via Miss Cellania)

Elon Musk demonstrating that he is indeed, at his rotten core, an asshole.

I found myself mesmerized by these RotatingSandwiches (via PerfectforRoquefortCheese)

Where there's a will The wills of women from the 13th to the 16th centuries. (via Strange Company)

The smell, as Yoshida Taichi admitted to me, was hard at the start: Dealing with the Dead in Japan

What they searched for wouldn't look like a body, not anymore. They looked for a small thing to place in a grave, a way for his family to say goodbye. (via TMN)

Origami Beer The bottle transforms into a paper flower.

Ridiculopathy A gallery of highly strange projects (via Memo Of The Air)

"Still Life", an animation by Conner Griffith, features 1400 engravings from the 19th century.

Serial aperitif thief A special cell at the local prison was set aside for him.

The medieval thieves who turned animals to lives of crime


  1. Anonymous3:45 pm

    So the cabbie shelters are now hot dog stands, I wonder if they are still owned by The Cabmens Shelter Fund? The people operating them might be renting from, or even employees of, the owner.
    Interesting bunch of links today, I surprise how many people don’t know Musk is an asshole. Anyone with empathy will never be super rich.

  2. Anonymous3:30 pm

    Thanky for the linky! - Bunk

    1. Thank you for providing fodder for the blog!


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