Link-O-Rama is a list of links that have caught my eye. Happy Reading!
Dive into life in the 70s and 80s with Internet K-Hole. Always fascinating, sometimes NSFW, and often deja vu. If you’ve got a good eye, you may recognize some people; famous people, that is, and not me.
This recipe for a lighter version of Buttermilk Cheese Soup from Toby at Plate Fodder. Because he said “hook up a nozzle and hose me down with it.” Hahahahaha!
What your grandmother experienced just might change your personality. Or what your great-great-great-great-great grand father experienced.
A checklist: how to know if you’re a writer. Checked, no doubt.
Just go read Dinner Is Served 1972. Emily (aka Yinzerella) has been cooking her way through a collection of dinner cards that were available at gas stations in the 1970s.
Same is true with Lisa Gawlas, though for a different reason. Her observations about energy, Shambhala, aliens, and life on this changing planet Earth are down-to-earth, out of this world, and often hilarious. And if you’re looking for a reading from a psychic/medium kinda person, she’s awesome!
The hidden brilliance of late risers, night owls, and those of us who perk up after the sun goes down.
If you’re female, you probably know your body type: apple, pear (which I miss-typed/Freudian-slipped as bear.) Here’s someone who doesn’t believe in them.
The Old Food offers old recipes for having walnuts for breakfast.
Food for thoughts about consciousness – free documentaries galore. Some will depress you, and perhaps make you down-right mad. Others will enlighten you. I’m partial to promoting enlightenment, so watch What The Bleep Do We Know – if you haven’t already.