Trailer is safe for work. Whole film assuredly not.
What desperate Chinese teachers are resorting to nowadays. The hats would also make a great fashion statement outside school. [via
And here's what seems to be an American version of these hats (though the picture looks a little photoshopped):
Entire small pamphlet here.
Learn what you've been doing wrong.
When you need power and can't get it -- remember this hack.
Some other cool stuff at the website:
There are even instructions (in two parts) on how to build your own AC stick-welder from an old microwave.
Let's Weld!! (Horseshoe puzzle at the end)
I love what you can learn on the internet!!
"Interstate poultry husbandry?" That could get you ten to twenty years in prison nowadays!
Original ad here.
I'm very proud this incident is part of my home state's history.
The New York Times
for January 12, 1923.
If the clothes and talk and scenes in this film do not send you on a magical mystery tour, your next hit of acid is free!
PS: that guy in the first few minutes with the WASP fro and beard-no-stache and glasses--I have pictures of myself looking exactly like that!
The Bible as a series of Lego dioramas.
Thanks to pal Denny Lien.
Once upon a time, there was a kindly old lady who specialized in creating gruesome murder dioramas. Her name was
Frances Glessner Lee
, and her little scenes went on to educate criminologists for decades.
Follow the link for a whole book about her.
Wooden bridge inspection. Arrow dipping. All pinnacles of monotony and boredom. Does the student-led cranberry tour measure up to these high standrards?