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Nostalgia moment: Michael Shannon reads the insane Delta Gamma sorority letter. Why did she like Sigma Nu so much??



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Too many pics to all post here: David Hockney's A Rake's Progress. Very good, even though it's nothing like the work he's famous for.



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This looks ugly, but it is a very useful rock identification guide for an amateur, and set up like a Choose Your Own Adventure.



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BBC archival footage of J.R.R. Tolkien. Very groovy. He talks about trees.



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Where does the world 'Milquetoast' come from, you ask? From Caspar Milquetoast, of course.



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For the first time in my life, I want to learn German: Toast Hawaii. The most perfect paragraph every written on Wikipedia? The chef also invented putting one half an almond in a strawberry.



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Even more classic Josh Reads? Why not. Archive diving a funny site and providing a best-of is about as good a way of dealing with COVID-19 stress as any, at this point.



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Ten celebrities you never knew were abducted and murdered by Andie McDowell



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David Wong once ran a website called 'Pointless Waste of Time', which was filled with a unbelievable amount of good content, including dozens of funny/interesting articles that he mostly wrote himself, in his spare time. It is almost impossible to imagine something that good on the Internet now that social media and SEO punish people for content that is not either marketing or emotions porn.

Then he was editor for Cracked for years, occasionally contributing a good article. Now he's quit the article business to be a serious novelist, but he poked his head out of his hidey-hole to point out how COVID-19 in movies is going to be awful.