It's quite possible that some of you who like to stop by and sit on the couch for a while have had your brains broken.
Not by me. Not yet, anyway.
No, by the marathon of political, economic, and warfare news that citizens have endured for months on end.
What? You need a change of scenery? A change of pace? Something light-hearted, quirky, inane, or baffling?
Well, then, you've come to the right couch. Follow Alice and the White Rabbit down these links:
"The Magician's Book: A Skeptic's Adventures in Narnia"
Illinois Ball Bearing Company Stuns Plant Workers with Five Figure Bonuses
Vatican Exhibit Only on Display at Houston Funeral Museum
Bystander Beat Knife-Wielding Attacker with Two-Foot Candy Cane
Preserving the City: Church and State
Geeky Toys that Will Make You a Christmas Hero
"The Hungry Scientist Handbook: Electric Birthday Cakes, Edible Origami, and Other DIY Projects for Techies, Tinkerers and Foodies"
The Onion: Department Store Santa Told to Push Chinaware
Uke, Washboard and Kazoo Music from 1928, or, Why I Love You Tube
Things That Should Never Exist: a Dwight Schrute Tattoo
Nerf Factory Riot in China
The Jesus Way
"The Pirate's Dilemma: How Youth Culture Is Reinventing Capitalism"
Best quote from one of these stories?
"Only a certain segment of people are interested in caskets and mourning clothes," said museum president Robert Boetticher. "We feel the papal exhibit will be quite a draw for other people, and that then when they come in they'll see everything else."