Dena Pawling's legal and book review blog is such fun for absolutely splendid arcane info sometimes. On owning the moon. *Speaking* of the old "I've got a bridge to sell ya" joke ...
The link between mental illness and violence is promoted by the entertainment and news media.
Is spectacular violence always perpetrated by the mentally ill? (Hint: no.)
And, for our next link ... ironically, the answer is "Yes we can." The Springsteen stuff is meaningless to me, but the coda here is devastating.
(Though, in view of the Khan family saga of this week, I'm beginning to give greater credence to the theory that Donald Trump has never intended to become president at all.)
Colin Smith's blog has a really nice discussion of audiobooks (I am no good at them!) - with recommendations, if you're interested. I have to say, anything read by Tim Curry does sound good ...
... and at Donna Everhart's blog, we talked about supper. Because dinner happens at noon, y'all.
Finally, you didn't think I'd manage a Collection post without linking to The History Blog, did you? Of course not, I can't stay mad at 'em. Today, I had to choose. There was a bit about super stinky cheese ... but I thought the article about the canals under Pakal's tomb at Palenque was the obvious choice this time.