December 21, 2008
Weekend link dump for December 21

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...

Spot the math errors! Here's a hint: Dividing by zero is a bad idea. Oh, and "square root" is not singular. That about covers it. Link via Chad.

Twas the night before Inaguration.

Discover the Star of Bethlehem.

It's been too long since I've included a link to The Bloggess in these roundups, hasn't it?

I don't know who designs Rep. Loretta Sanchez's Christmas cards, but I do like them.

Foreign automakers won billions of dollars in subsidies from various Southern states. Whose Senators then voted against the bridge loan to the Big Three in Detroit. Because giving taxpayer dollars to prop up businesses would violate their free-market principles, or something.

Speaking of automakers, Honda is pulling out of Formula One, blaming the world economic crisis for plans to sell its team.

I'm a big fan of Harry Carson, the great Giants linebacker from the 70s and 80s. But he should be ashamed of himself for this.

If there had been color commentary for Casey at the Bat.

My nine-year-old brother and I were on a trip to Orlando to visit Disney World with my grandparents when Adam Walsh was found. I never thought there would be closure to that case. I sincerely hope it helps bring peace to his family.


Where The Wild Things Are Jewish.

A guide to understanding flow charts, in flow chart form.

Who cares where the Southerners are?

Posted by Charles Kuffner on December 21, 2008 to Blog stuff
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