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Weekend link dump for June 13

You haven’t lived till you’ve heard your three-year-old sing Money, Money, Money.

The truth behind spelling bees. Also, why do we have spelling bees, anyway?

The dark side of smartphone apps.

Just go read Roger Ebert.

What if political scientists covered the news? You could use the same basic story over and over again. That might explain this.

And of course, now the sociologists want to get in on the act.

“”The major difference between a thing that might go wrong and a thing that cannot possibly go wrong is that when a thing that cannot possibly go wrong goes wrong it usually turns out to be impossible to get at or repair.”

Tribulation baggers.

Rand Paul: Lazy, or liar? You decide. And “both” is an acceptable answer.

Save time, analyze elections before they happen.

Innumeracy is nothing to be proud of.

Who knew the VCR was so versatile?

Teabaggers are less popular than before.

The American people want clean energy.

As if commercial radio didn’t suck enough.

The “Sent from my iPhone” excuse.

Just a reminder that Dubya was on Facebook earlier than we thought.

For those who believe that corsets are evil, but maybe not “evil” in the bad way.

When a fanboy wants to love a fangirl. Hey, at least it’s more honest than a Facebook ad.

Bicycle-powered phone charger. Just don’t text while biking.

See who’s getting monetized at the Licensing International Expo.

Meet South Carolina’s version of Gene Kelly.

Is the oil spill bad news for teabaggers?

A game of Monopoly in 21 seconds.

The Rubik’s Cube is 30 years old, and still going strong.

USC = SMU, but they won’t be treated that way.

How to tell who’s a deficit hawk and who’s full of hot air.

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